All of our consultants also work for the University of East Anglia medical school and have regular teaching commitments to medical and nursing students and junior doctors. All of the consultants have active research interests, which are indicated in the section on research.
Professor Ketan Dhatariya leads the diabetes foot service, working closely with colleagues in podiatry, orthopaedic and vascular surgery. He also has a special interest in andrology (male hormones) and androgen replacement therapy for men and women, as well as benign thyroid disease.
Dr Swe Myint leads the diabetes transition service for teenagers and young adults moving from paediatric to adult services. She also has particular interests in the medical management of obesity, and is also qualified in clinical pharmacology with a particular interest in resistant hypertension and adrenal disorders.
Professor Mike Sampson is the honorary Professor of Diabetes at the University of East Anglia. He is the chairman of the Norfolk integrated diabetes management group (NIDM), and member of the Norfolk Diabetes Trust. He has a special interest in fertility and thyroid disorders, and runs a specialist lipid clinic.
Professor Jeremy Turner leads the service for calcium disorders, osteoporosis and multiple endocrine neoplasia. He also works closely with Dr Temple in the antenatal diabetes service.
Dr Tara Wallace leads on insulin pump therapy (CSII) for patients with type 1 diabetes, and runs the preconception diabetes clinic. She also has a special interest in polycystic ovarian syndrome and reproductive or gynaecological endocrinology and thyroid dysfunction.
Dr Peter Barrie is an associate specialist in diabetes based in the Elsie Bertram Diabetes Centre. He also works as a general practitioner in Ludham.
Professor Bill Fraser is a Professor of Metabolism at the University of East Anglia who contributes to the metabolic bone clinic.
Dr Javier Gomez is a consultant in clinical biochemistry for the trust, and also runs clinics in the Elsie Bertram Diabetes centre.