Dr Bobby Huda is a renowned consultant endocrinologist in London with over 15 years of experience, and currently works as an NHS consultant at St Bartholomew's and the Royal London Hospitals, Barts Health NHS Trust. Having completed his medical training at the University of Liverpool, he went on to further hone his skills, taking on general and specialist training at the prestigious University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, King's College Hospital, and Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London.
At the forefront of his field, he takes a particular clinical interest in type 1 and antenatal diabetes and sits on several regional and national committees. He was a Clinical Lecturer at the world famous diabetes centre at King's College Hospital and gained valuable expertise in antenatal diabetes and insulin pump/glucose sensor therapy. Following successful completion of his PhD, he was awarded a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Academic Clinical Lecturer post in Diabetes & Endocrinology at King's College London from 2011 to 2012, further pursuing research interests in obstructive sleep apnoea and inpatient diabetes.
Passionate about teaching and research, he currently holds lecturing positions at a number of prestigious establishments including King's College London and Barts and the London Medical School. He has also published over thirty articles in peer-reviewed journals and several book chapters.
With much of his research centred around obesity, he has a clinical interest in the causes of weight gain and tiredness and performs detailed endocrine evaluation for these symptoms. He has considerable clinical expertise in type 1 diabetes, insulin pump/ glucose sensors and diabetes in pregnancy. He also consults on diabetes foot problems, genetic forms of diabetes, type 2 diabetes/ insulin resistance and abnormal thyroid function tests. He is currently not consulting on general endocrinology or thyroid nodules.