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Philip Home

Professor of Diabetes Medicine

(Emeritus Professor from February 2020)

Translational and Clinical Research Institute

Newcastle University, UK

 

Welcome to my webpage

This page contains just a few details about my activities

Links (within this page; for more details download CV below) :

1. Contact me

2. CV and photo downloads

3. Backgound details

4. Research interests

 


CONTACT DETAILS

Contact details

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Enquiries

:

Translational and Clinical Research Institute (Office +44 191 208 7182)

E-mail

:

philip.home@newcastle.ac.uk

Address

:

Translational and Clinical Research Institute - Diabetes

Faculty of Medical Sciences

Framlington Place

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE2 4HH     UK

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DOWNLOADS

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Career / CV downloads

10-line introduction

pdh_introduction .pdf

One page history

pdh_short .pdf

Full publication list

pdh_biblio .pdf

Full CV including publications

pdh_cv .pdf

Portrait photograph

pdhphoto.jpg (as above)

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TOP LINE DETAILS

Top line details

For more information see full CV, via download link above

P D Home  MA  DPhil  DM  FRCP
Philip David HOME
          born Birkenhead, UK 11 January 1948
          British citizen
          married (1971) Elizabeth Broad MA DPhil (zoologist), two children (1976 and 1979)
          Birkenhead School 1953-1966, Open Exhibition Corpus Christi College, Oxford (1966-1969)
Qualifications
          B.A. (Oxon) 1969 - 2nd Class Honours in Animal Physiology
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          D.Phil. (Oxon) 1974;  M.A. (Oxon) 1974
          B.M., B.Ch. (Oxon) 1976
          M.R.C.P.(U.K.) 1978;   F.R.C.P. (1989)
          D.M. (Oxon) 1991
Current Employment
          Newcastle University, UK
          Professor of Diabetes Medicine ( 1993-2020 )
          ( Senior Lecturer 1986-1990, Reader 1990-1993 )
          Emeritus Professor ( 2020- )
Self-employment
          Lecturing, Consultation, Clinical Trials

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Statement of interests (diabetes and metabolism)

For publications, download bibliography at link above

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Major research and health care development interests include :

The origin of metabolic abnormalities in diabetes, including :
          their relationship with insulin and insulin delivery
          abnormalities associated with decreased insulin sensitivity
          diabetic metabolic abnormalities in relation to arterial disease
          clinical trials of novel therapies to overcome these problems
Insulin therapy and insulin regimens including :
          novel insulins
          insulin pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
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          the design of insulin regimens to match physiological insulin delivery
          the optimal use of new insulins and insulin preparations
          novel routes of insulin administration
Methods to ensure the optimal delivery of diabetes care, including :
          development and use of guidelines, national and international
          information technology in quality development and care delivery
          the development of the health care team
          the role of national diabetes associations
          empowerment of people with diabetes

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