The Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, headed by Professor Sir Stephen Bloom, comprises of four academic sections focusing on research in Endocrinology, Metabolism, Cell Biology and Functional Genomics, and Epigenomics.

We have a world-leading reputation for delivering truly translational research in the field of metabolic diseases

Professor Sir Stephen Bloom

Head of Division

This unites our strengths in cell biology, molecular biology, physiology and pathology producing a genuinely translational medicine approach which is thoroughly integrated with the Imperial College Academic Health Sciences Centre.

The Division has an international reputation for excellence in both basic and clinical research. It collaborates extensively within College making use of expertise in the faculties of Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, and Life Sciences. In addition, the Division maintains both national and international collaborations, and actively participates in several international consortium-based research projects. Facilities used by the Division are World-leading and include the £10m Wellcome Trust/NIHR clinical research facility, and the Imanova Centre for Imaging Sciences. Several groups in the Division have also worked with the Imperial College Business School and Imperial Innovations to market their research and establish spin-off companies.

As the Division continues to expand on its international influence, employment opportunities for the most talented individuals are always available.

Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism

Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism

The division is split into five key sections, each with their own selection of principle-investigator-led research groups. Explore the sections listed below for further information.