Professor Nick Oliver, is the Wynn Professor of human metabolism at Imperial College London. Nick is a Clinical diabetologist with cross-faculty research background in engineering and medicine. Professor Oliver leads a group with active research in multidisciplinary diabetes technology areas, including glucose control using closed loop systems (artificial pancreas), non- or minimally-invasive glucose sensing, IT-driven diabetes care and diabetes prevention, and other areas where technology can be applied to diabetes.
Currently, he is involved in research projects involving artificial pancreas development and clinical assessment, microneedle glucose sensor development, artificial intelligence techniques applied to decision support for long-term condition self-management. Prof Oliver provides telemedicine and diabetes technology expertise to the GHRU on Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in South Asians.
Imperial College London, UK
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