Professor Davide Calebiro, Professor of Molecular Endocrinology and Wellcome Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, gave an outstanding inaugural lecture on hormone receptors at the Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre, University of Birmingham, this month.
Experts led by the University of Birmingham have produced the first internationally collaborative guidelines aimed at improving the treatment and diagnosis of a rare condition which causes devastating high brain pressure.
Dr Cristina L Ronchi, Clinician Scientist in Endocrine Oncology in the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, talks about her research into how precision medicine could be used to treat endocrine cancer.
Professor David Hodson, Professor of Cellular Metabolism within the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, has been awarded the prestigious Fellowship by Meritorious Contributions to Knowledge from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).
A Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship funding has been awarded to Davide Calebiro, Professor of Molecular Endocrinology in the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research.
Professor Wiebke Arlt has been named as one of just 13 endocrinologists from around the world to win a prestigious 2019 Endocrine Society USA Laureate Award.
Dr Wolfgang Hogler and Dr Suma Uday write for Perspective on how the use of Vitamin D supplementation in the United Kingdom needs to be reviewed.
The deaths of thousands of women from bleeding after childbirth could be prevented by a new drug which does not need to be stored in a refrigerator, according to research conducted in collaboration with the University of Birmingham.
UK vitamin D supplementation policy needs to change to protect the health and lives of babies, pregnant women and dark skinned individuals, say University of Birmingham researchers as they today highlighted the death of a baby and serious ill health of two others due to a vitamin D deficiency.
Universal testing for thyroid function in pregnant women could reduce miscarriages and negative neurodevelopmental effects for the baby, a University of Birmingham academic will argue in a debate at the European Society of Endocrinology annual meeting today.