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About the Clinical Registry

This registry, developed by the Melbourne eResearch Group based at the University of Melbourne, provides a means of connecting diabetes data from specialist centres across Australia and New Zealand within a single Virtual Research Environment (VRE). This site should be viewed by registered users only.

Technical contact

For any technical queries about the registry please contact William Hu or Prof Richard Sinnott.