Prof Andrew Boulton

Prof Andrew Boulton

Prof Andrew BoultonEndocrinology

UK

Professor Boulton is a graduate of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and subsequently trained in Sheffield, and Miami prior to accepting an appointment at Manchester University. He has authored more than 500 peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters, mainly on diabetic lower limb and renal complications.
Among his many awards, he has received the ADA’s Roger Pecoraro Lectureship, the EASD Camillo Golgi prize and was the first recipient of the international award on diabetic foot research. He was the 2008 winner of the ADA’s Harold Rifkin award for distinguished international service in diabetes. He received the 2012 Georgetown distinguished achievement award in diabetic limb salvage. In 2015 he visited Nagoya, Japan and gave a prize lecture on diabetic complications at the Japan Society of Diabetes, and in 2017 he was the Banting Memorial Lecturer at Diabetes UK and also received the International Diabetes Endocrinologist Award of the year from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.
He is a previous editor of Diabetic Medicine and is currently an associate editor of Diabetes Care.
He was the founding Chairman of the Diabetic Foot Study Group and was previously Chairman of Postgraduate Education and then Hon. Secretary/ programme chair for the EASD. Until recently he was President of the EASD. Currently, he is President of Worldwide Initiative for Diabetes Education and Chairman of EURADIA (European Alliance for Diabetes Research).