Iatrogenic Hypoadrenalism: A Major Emerging Health Issue
Dean and Professor of Medicine
University of Leeds
Paul Stewart is the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine & Health and Dean of the Medical School at the University of Leeds. He is a Non-Executive Director and an Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
He received his medical degree from Edinburgh Medical School in 1982 and was awarded an MD from Edinburgh University with Honours and a Gold Medal in 1988.
Professor Stewarts clinical expertise includes the management of pituitary and adrenal disorders. endocrine hypertension and reproductive medicine. He is a primary investigator within the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit in Leeds. an NIHR Senior Clinical Investigator and his research has been funded by MRC. Wellcome Trust and ERC.
Professor Stewart has served as General Secretary to the Society for Endocrinology and is Secretary- Treasurer to the International Society of Endocrinology. He chairs the Chairs & Programme Grants Committee of the British Heart Foundation. and Vice-President of the Academy of Medical Sciences. Professor Stewart is formerly a Member of the MRC Strategy Board and Chair of the MRC Careers and Training Committee.
He has authored over 300 original peer-reviewed publications and has delivered numerous prize lectures to specialist societies. including the Royal College of Physicians Linacre. Goulstonian and Simms Lectures. the Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture. the Clinical Endocrinology Trust Medal Lecture. the Dale medal lecture. the European Journal of Endocrinology Prize Lecture. Sir George Pickering Medal. and the Clinical Investigator Award from The Endocrine Society.
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