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36 results found for 'Endocrinology' in East London, London, UK

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Alex Miras is a Consultant Endocrinologist and a Senior Clinical Lecturer based in London, UK.

After graduating from Medical School at Imperial College London, Dr Miras undertook training as a junior doctor and Specialist Registrar in Diabetes and Endocrinology on the London Deanery Rotation. He continued to investigate the effects of obesity surgery after being awarded a Medical Research Council Clinical Research Training PhD Fellowship.

At present he is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in Endocrinology at Imperial College London and his clinical and research interests lie in the mechanisms through which lifestyle, medications, obesity surgery and medical devices improve weight and diabetes related complications. 

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Professor Ashley Grossman initially graduated with a BA in Psychology and Social Anthropology from the University of London. He then entered University College Hospital Medical School in London and took the University Gold Medal in 1975, obtaining a BSc in Neuroscience.

Ashley completed his speciality training in cardiology and neurology and then joined the Department of Endocrinology at St Bartholomew's Hospital where he has remained to the present day, and is currently Professor of Neuroendocrinology and Consultant Physician. 

Ashley holds specialist interests in pituitary and hypothalamic tumours, endocrine oncology, and the molecular pathogenesis of neuroendocrine tumours. In 2000, he was appointed a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences. His vast experience culminated in the publication of over 500 research papers and reviews.

He is currently President of the European Neuroendocrine Association and Chairman-elect of the UKI Neuroendocrine Tumour Association. He is also a past editor of the journal Clinical Endocrinology, on the editorial board of the major textbook De Groot and Jameson's Endocrinology, and Vice-Chairman of the major on-line textbook Endotext.org, and serves on the editorial boards of many journals.

 

Please call 020 7034 6229 to book an appointment.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology


Professor Pierre-Marc Bouloux has been the Director of the Center for Neuroendocrinology, at the Royal Free Campus University College London (UCL), England, since 1991. He also practises at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery , ans has been the senior  consultant in endocrinology for the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust. He qualified as a doctor in 1977 and he is widely experienced as an endocrinologist, author of several books on endocrinology and general medicine, including 'Diagnostic Tests in Endocrinology and Diabetes', Endocrinology in Clinical Practice, as well as several textbooks  of undergraduate  medicine. He has published over 400 per reviewed papers and reviews.

As a Professor of Endocrinology at UCL, Pierre and his team have  conducted research into aspects of andrology, reproductive endocrinology and well as several areas in neuroendocrinology. He is currently engaged in the investigation of health and performance optimization and longevity.

Pierre is married with three children, two grandchildren  and enjoys music, sports and travel.

Please call  to book an appointment on 02036137733

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Stephanie Baldeweg is a Consultant Physician in Diabetes and Endocrinology at University College London Hospital and Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medicine at UCL. She completed her medical studies at Humboldt University in Berlin in 1990 and then undertook her speciality training in London. She was awarded an MD for her thesis and research on resistance to type 2 diabetes treatments.

Stephanie's specialist interests include all aspects of diabetes and endocrinology, pituitary disease, thyroid and reproductive as well as osteoporosis, weight management and cardiovascular risk reduction. She is also offers pregnancy preparation for women with diabetes and endocrine disease.

Stephanie is the Training Program Director for the North Thames Rotation in Diabetes and Endocrinology. She regularly lectures at national and international meetings as well as Patient days for Support groups such as Diabetes UK and the Pituitary Foundation. She was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in March 2009 (FRCPI) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) in June 2009 (FRCP).

 Please call 020 7034 6229 to book an appointment

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Diabetes & Endocrinology

In 1972, Dr John Stevenson qualified in medicine at King’s College Hospital Medical School (now part of King’s College London), then undertook training in general medicine in London and Southampton.

He undertook specialist training in endocrinology and metabolism at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School at Hammersmith Hospital (now part of Imperial College London). He went on to extend his research and expertise into the effects of sex hormone deficiency and replacement both on the skeleton and on the cardiovascular system.

In 1993, he jointly established the UK’s first female heart disease clinic at Royal Brompton Hospital.

Dr Stevenson is a consultant metabolic physician, based at Royal Brompton Hospital. He is also a Reader in Metabolic Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London.

He runs the heart risk clinics at Royal Brompton Hospital.

 
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Expert in: Endocrinology
22 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Andrew Bates is a Consultant Endocrinologist & Diabetologist with over 20 years of experience. He is based at the University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, and is clinical lead for endocrinology at the Heart of England foundation trust in Birmingham. He has a clinical interest in all of the main areas of main areas of Endocrinology and Diabetes.

Dr Bates qualified from Leeds University Medical School in 1987, with an additional degree in Chemical Pathology and a Distinction in Microbiology. His postgraduate experience and training was obtained in West Yorkshire and the Midlands. He obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1990 on his first attempt. Following this, he was awarded a Sheldon Research Fellowship, to fund three years of research, under the supervision of Professor RN Clayton. This research into the molecular genetics and epidemiology of pituitary tumours, culminated in the award of his MD thesis in 1997. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003 and is a member of the Society for Endocrinology, European Society of Endocrinology, Endocrine Society (USA) and Diabetes (UK).

Alongside his clinical work, Dr Bates continues to publish in peer reviewed journals and attends national and international conferences regularly in order to maintain up to date and high standards of clinical care.

Patient feedback is central in ensuring high quality care. Following his last 360 deg appraisal, 25/26 patients were 'very satisfied' with their consultation. Comments such as ‘The doctor was excellent and always has been’ ' A very competent doctor’ ‘Prepared to listen and give his time’ ‘Friendly and made me feel at ease, provide strong evidence of high quality care.

Feedback from colleagues is also very relevant. In the same 360 deg appraisal,15/15 colleagues rated him as good/outstanding for clinical assessment and 16/16 good/outstanding for patient management. Both scores were above the national/specialty average. Across the whole spectrum of clinical care, 80/80 responses were good/outstanding. 

Outside of work he enjoys playing sport, cycling, gardening, listening to music and reading.

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What is an Endocrinologist?

Hormonal and developmental disorders and related problems can be extremely vexing. Unlike many medical issues, it is not possible for patients to see their glands or the substances they produce, yet they play such a huge role in every aspect of our lives. Whether suffering from metabolic problems, diabetes, early or late-onset puberty, too little or too much growth, menopause, thyroid issues, menopause, infertility, or other disorders linked to hormones, the best practitioners to consult are endocrinologists. Finding a top endocrinologist near London is easy with Doctify.

When to see an Endocrinologist?

The top endocrinologists in London have extensive training in diagnosing and treating all the aforementioned disorders. In addition to general medical training and a residency, the best endocrinologists around London must then study for several more years to become masters of the glands and hormones/hormonal and metabolic disorders that they will treat in their practice. Diabetes and thyroid problems are the most regular reason for patient visits to top-rated endocrinologists in London, followed closely by puberty, menopause, and infertility issues (when hormones are the suspected cause).

Making sure your chosen expert endocrinologists in London are fully qualified and certified is important – the advice and diagnoses that they can provide are only as good as their skills and abilities. Top endocrinologists in London found with Doctify are generally members of the Society for Endocrinology and the European Thyroid Association, at a minimum. Although dealing with hormonal and developmental problems can be daunting, owing to the “hidden” nature of what glands and hormones do in the body, the best endocrinologists in London can help and often fix major problems with medication, supplements, or related treatments. Sometimes, health and happiness really are just a pill away!