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The Radcliffe Department of Medicine and OCDEM are pleased to announce the appointment of Jeremy Tomlinson as the new Professor of Diabetic Medicine.

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Jeremy was previously  based at the University of Birmingham. He graduated from the University of Oxford Medical School in 1995, having previously completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge. His research interests combine the action of steroid hormones alongside understanding the mechanism that contribute to obesity, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes running a truly translational research program.  Professor Steve Gough Chairman of OCDEM said that “Jeremy has an international reputation in steroid metabolism and with interests spanning diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism will strengthen and further develop existing research and clinical activities in OCDEM”

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