Dr Teng-Teng Chung is a highly experienced consultant in endocrinology based at London Medical. Her special interests include all aspects of thyroid disorders, adrenal disease, pituitary disorders, calcium disorders, and polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Dr Chung qualified in medicine from the University of Sydney. She underwent her clinical training at the prestigious endocrine unit at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. She secured a medical research council fellowship in 2007 and completed her PhD in adrenal molecular endocrinology at QMUL.
She was later awarded the NIHR Clinical Lectureship at Barts and the London in 2010 to further her research in adrenal disease. She continues to publish widely in peer-reviewed journals and books. She is actively involved in clinical research and clinical trials in adrenal diseases.
Dr Chung manages patients with all aspect of endocrine disease. In addition to the London Medical, she is the clinical lead for the adult thyroid services at University College of London Hospital (UCLH), providing multidisciplinary, patient-focused care. Her thyroid practice involves hyperthyroid, hypothyroid, antenatal thyroid service, thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer.
She also leads the adrenal service and MDT at UCLH. She has a special interest in endocrine-related hypertension including primary aldosteronism, phaeochromocytoma, and adrenal cancer. Her other general endocrine interests include pituitary tumours, parathyroid disease, and calcium disorders.