Andrew Hattersley

Andrew Tym Hattersley CBE FRS (born 1958, London) is a Professor of Molecular Medicine at the University of Exeter and is known for his research in monogenic diabetes. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2010.

In 1981, he received his BA from Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He received his BM BCh in 1984 and his DM in 1997, both from Oxford University. He did further training in diabetes at Hammersmith Hospital.

He was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham from 1993-1994, and he has worked at Exeter since 1995. He identified glucokinase as the first gene causing diabetes and has published over 500 papers on the topic of diabetes. His subsequent work has developed the understanding of MODY and the treatments and supportive therapies available. Provided by Wikipedia

by Hattersley, Andrew
Published 2015
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