Create New Science

Contribute to building a solution that helps people with diabetes who take insulin make the best possible decisions.

We need you

Help us understand how every day factors such as eating, activity, stress, travel, illness and menstruation affect your insulin management.

By using our app everyday and sharing your feedback monthly, you can co-create new science and help us automate decision-making for self-care situations faced by people living with insulin-treated diabetes.

Is the current scope of our research right for you?

Requirements

Do you use an iPhone? Do you take insulin? Do you have a CGM? If your answer to all of these is “yes”, our programme could be right for you.

Our current research programme focuses on adults who own an iPhone, use MDI therapy (Multiple Daily Injections) and regularly self-adjust their insulin injections. If this is you, and you take only Humalog, NovoRapid, Apidra, Lantus, Levemir, Tresiba or Fiasp and you use a CGM (Continuous Glucose Monitor) that shares data with Apple Health (DexcomG5 or G6), we need your help. Apply to join our research programme and help us create new science.

If you’re a pump user, especially if you’re a sugar surfer, get in touch to get involved.

Quin Research Programme

Join in 5 easy steps:

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Fill out our questionnaire

We will ask you questions about your mobile device and current treatment. All the information you share with us is safe.

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Sign our NDA

You can sign our non-disclosure agreement digitally. Two taps and it’s sorted.

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Verify your email

We need to make sure you send us the right email address and you really want to be contacted. It takes less than two seconds.

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Download the app

First you will need to download an app called TestFlight. That makes you an official tester. Second you will need to download the Quin app.

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You’re in!

Start using the app. The more you use it, the more it learns about you, the more useful it becomes.

Want to know more about our research?