Dr Saira Hameed is a Consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. Dr Hameed completed her pre-clinical training at Oxford University, graduating with First Class Honours. She went on to clinical training at University College London (UCL) during which time she undertook a Studentship in Endocrinology at the Mayo Clinic in the United States. She qualified in 2002, with distinctions in Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacology and Pathology, winning prizes across subjects including in Medicine, Surgery and Pathology and as one of the highest ranked medical students in the University of London was named proxime accessit to the University of London Gold Medal.
Dr Hameed completed her postgraduate training in London during which time she was awarded a prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Research Training Fellowship and undertook a PhD at Imperial College London, researching the neuroendocrinology of obesity. On award of her PhD, she was appointed to an NIHR Clinical Lectureship during which time she designed and trialled the novel and highly effective Imperial-SatPro weight management programme. Dr Hameed continues to focus on obesity research and in addition teaches within the Imperial College School of Medicine.
Consultant Endocrinologist: Imperial Weight Centre, St Mary's Hospital and Imperial Centre for Endocrinology, Charing Cross Hospital
Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer: Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Imperial College London
Imperial Personal Tutor: Imperial College School of Medicine, Imperial College London
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