Learn more about time in range in kids with Dr. Jennifer McVean, Medtronic’s Medical Affairs Director and pediatric endocrinologist. 

She shares about the new trial getting kids on pumps within a month of diagnosis. Their hypothesis? That getting on pump/CGM early can save beta cells.

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Meet Dr. Jennifer McVean

Learn more about time in range in kids with Dr. Jennifer McVean, Medtronic's Medical Affairs Director and pediatric endocrinologist.

Jen is a pediatric endocrinologist.

After engaging in clinical practice in Wisconsin and Minnesota for 8 years, she joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 2016.

Jennifer is actively involved with JDRF as a JDRF MN board member, volunteer, and national speaker review committee member in addition to volunteering as a staff physician one week each summer at the American Diabetes Association Camp Needlepoint.

Dr. McVean joined Medtronic as their Medical Affairs Director in January 2021.

Learn more about time in range in kids with Dr. Jennifer McVean, Medtronic's Medical Affairs Director and pediatric endocrinologist.

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