Dr Balasubramanian T Srinivasan


Obesity - Why Wa(e)i(gh)t?


The Inspirational Bytes are here for you to support the sharing of evidence-based interventions. The aim of these 'Byte Size' meetings is to help reduce the negative effects diabetes can potentially cause to your patients and their families.

Interested? Get in touch with your Sanofi contact person for more details on the session. The meetings are 30 minutes with an optional 30 minute Q&A.

These promotional meetings are organised and funded by Sanofi.

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About Dr Balasubramanian Srinivasan 

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Dr Srinivasan qualified from Chennai in India with an Endowment medal in the fields of Biochemistry and Forensic Medicine. He has subsequently gained his Medical training in Wales and Yorkshire before moving to Specialty Training in Leicester. He worked for Prof. Melanie Davies and Prof. Kamlesh Khunti running a multinational Diabetes Screening and intervention study and thereby gaining his MD in 2011. He has research grants for £250,000 through his Research and has obtained the Young Diabetologist Travel Award, Diabetes UK 2010 (Co author), Diabetes UK Type 2 Research Award 2011 and 2009, Young Diabetologist Travel Award 2009, Diabetes UK Primary Care Award 2013 and Young Diabetologist and Endocrinologists Travel Award 2013 and the First Prize in British Endocrine Society Clinical cases Meeting 2012 through regional, national and International Presentations. He has over 25 peer reviewed publications as first and Co-authors and over 50 published abstracts and authoring chapters in three textbooks. His research and service development interests are in bone metabolism and establishing a Education Model for weight management.

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