Effect of potato form and consumption pattern on acute glycaemia and glucose kinetics in individuals with type 2 diabetes
Victoria Revell is a Senior Lecturer in Translational Sleep and Circadian Physiology, with over 20 years of experience in conducting human sleep and circadian research, both basic clinical research and clinical trials. She has published over 50 original research and review articles in this area.
I trained in medicine at King's College Hospital, qualifying in 1998. During my postgraduate medical training I undertook a PhD at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital (University of London) examining the metabolic effects of insulin in critical illness. I then competed my specialist training (CCT) in Diabetes & Endocrinology and General Medicine in 2010. Since 2012 I have combined my NHS Consultant work with that of a Clinical Senior Lecturer at The University of Surrey.