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Professor Andrew Boulton - personal details

Contact details

Role: Professor of Medicine

Tel: +44 (0)161 276 4406

Location:

Manchester Royal Infirmary
Division of Medicine                                                                             
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9WL

Websites

 

Biography

  • Professor Boulton has been Chairman of Postgraduate Education for the European Diabetes Association and Honorary Secretary/ Programme Chair for the EASD in the last 5 years. In addition he has strong links with American centres
  • He is currently Professor of Medicine (Diabetes) at the University of Manchester and Consultant Physician at the Manchester Royal Infirmary
  • He has published over 300 peer review papers and currently holds major grants as listed above
  • Andrew was the first Awardee of the International Award into Diabetic Foot Research (1995) and has also received the Castelli-Pedroli Prize from the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (2003) and the Roger Pecoraro Award from the American Diabetes Association (1996)
  • More recently he was awarded (2005) the Edward Olmos Award for Advocacy in the Prevention of Amputation in Diabetes
  • Andrew was formally Editor of Diabetic Medicine (1991- 1995) and is currently an Associate Editor for Diabetes Care as well as being on the Editorial Board of Current Diabetes reports and the International Diabetes Monitor. He currently is the advisor to the NIH for the EDIC Study (Epidemiology of Diabetes and its Complications), the follow up of the DCTT Study
  • From 2002 to 2004 Andrew Boulton was Professor of Medicine at the University of Miami and he still holds a visiting professorship to the Diabetes Research Institute of that University

Memberships of Committees and Professional Bodies

  • Andrew Boulton is member of the British, European and American Diabetes Associations, and the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.  From 1995 - 2002 he was Director of Postgraduate Education for the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), and from 2002 to 2004 he was Programme Chair/Honorary Secretary of the EASD.
  • He is currently President of the EASD and EFSD (European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes).
  • He sits as the expert on diabetic neuropathy and foot problems on the NIH/NIDDK/DCCT/EDIC Advisory Board
  • He is also Honorary President of the Diabetic Foot Society of South Africa
     

Qualifications

  • Andrew Boulton graduated with honours in medicine from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (MB, BS (Honours), 1976) and subsequently obtained the MRCP (UK) in 1979 and he was elected FRCP in 1992. He obtained his MD in complications of diabetes from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1985. After clinical training in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sheffield and later Miami, Andrew Boulton was appointed Senior Lecturer in Medicine/Consultant Physician at the University of Manchester in 1986. He was subsequently promoted to Reader and then in 1995 to Professor of Medicine.  DSc (Hon), University of Cluj (Romania), 2004.

Role

Andrew Boulton is Professor of Medicine with a special interest in diabetes and its complications at the University of Manchester and Consultant Physician at Manchester Royal Infirmary.  His clinical role includes inpatient supervision of patients with diabetic complications and outpatient clinics at the Manchester Diabetes Centre.  As director of the DIALEX (Diabetes Lower Extremity) Research Group I am responsible for:

  • Planning clinical research into diabetic complications
  • Developing collaborative research with colleagues in Europe and North America
  • Running undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in diabetes and its complications
  • In these roles I work closely with Professor Rayaz A Malik, Professor of Medicine

Teaching

Undergraduate

Andrew Boulton regularly teaches undergraduate medical students in their clinical years and has supervised many students in reseach projects.

Postgraduate

Andrew has successfully supervised around 15 PhD and MD Students. He is currently supervising 2 PhD and one MD students.