Bionic Pancreas Donations Guide

Boston University

The $5K Bionic Challenge raised over $1,230,000 from over 500 donations between July 1st, 2014 and December 31st, 2014. We are deeply grateful to the T1D community for their incredible generosity and support. There is still more work to be done! In order to secure NIH funding for our final pivotal studies in 2017, we need to complete the production of the final premarket device. This is the actual Bionic Pancreas that we will submit to the FDA in 2018. To stay on schedule, we need to raise $900,000 per quarter for the next four quarters.

We need your help to make this a reality.

Boston University is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and all donations made through Boston University are fully tax deductible. Boston University assesses no overhead charges on donations, so all funds pass through in their entirety to a dedicated account established exclusively for Professor Damiano’s lab and will be used exclusively to support the development effort of the Bionic Pancreas. Follow the link below to make a donation through Boston University.

Massachusetts General Hospital

In addition to our funding needs for device development, charitable gifts to support the Bionic Pancreas study will help move the clinical trials along more swiftly by providing funds to cover costs that are not paid for by grants from private foundations and government, which have been the main sources of support for this effort until now. Follow the link below to a make a donation through the Massachusetts General Hospital.