Live Interview with Jonathan G. Ownby, MD, Trip Stoner, Rick Phillips and Scott Johnson


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Joins us Tuesday, March 22  for an in-depth look into Type 1 Day at the Georgia State Capital.

Our own member Trip Stoner will recount her story about getting this project up and running.

She couldn’t have done it without her fantastic endocrinologist Jonathan G. Ownby, MD.  Dr. Ownby joined Atlanta Diabetes Associates in 2012. He is a Tennessee native and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Lee University. He graduated medical school from the University of Tennessee and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Alabama Birmingham.

He then moved to Atlanta and completed his Endocrinology Fellowship at Emory University. Dr. Ownby practices general Endocrinology and is involved in diabetes research.

Join Dr. Ownby, Trip, Scott Johnson and Rick Phillips for an insider’s look into getting a project like this off the ground.

Live Interview with Scott Johnson and Sarah Kerruish of TrialReach


Sarah Kerruish

Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, TrialReach

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1:30 Pacific, 3:30 Central, 4:30 Eastern

Sarah is responsible for TrialReach’s communities, partnerships, funding, and media relations. She has more than twenty years’ experience building companies in Silicon Valley and the UK. She began her career at General Magic and went on to co-found Spellbound (CEO) and MePlease (CMO). She is an Emmy-nominated writer and filmmaker and an advisor to Silicon Valley Comes to the UK.

TrialReach is helping patients find and take part in clinical trials so that new drugs and life-saving treatments can reach the people who need them, faster. Learn more at

Live Interview with Scott Johnson and William “Lee” Dubois

Sulfonylureas: what are they?
Wil Dubois is a diabetes treatment specialist with the Pecos Valley Medical Center in New Mexico, a rural non-profit clinic. He has type 1 diabetes and is a health columnist and author who has published over 275 articles and four award-winning diabetes books.
Scott Johnson and Wil discuss Sulfonylureas and everything PWD’s should know.

Live Interview with Marina Tsaplina of The Betes



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Founded on Dec 5th, 2013 our mission is to pave a path to joyful health for all people who carry chronic health conditions through creative and unique theater-driven programming. Our therapeutic theater education programs, developed by professional artists in partnership with a leading clinical psychologist, address the mental and emotional health side of living with chronic condition(s). Currently focusing on the diabetes sector, our programs seek to connect all sides of the care-circle in order to holistically improve the lives of people with diabetes, bridge the gap between patients and providers, destigmatize depression and build cultural empathy for the experience of living with chronic illness.

1pm Pacific / 3pm Central / 4pm Eastern