Queen's researchers recognised as most influential researchers who study diabetes complications
Congratulations to Queen’s University research experts who were named in the UK’s top 25 most influential researchers who study diabetes complications.
The ‘Leaders in Diabetes Complications’ list is based on the impact of the research published by the authors and is part of a new Diabetes Times (DT) series.
The Diabetes Times has teamed up with Expertscape, the world’s leading index of academic achievement and expertise in healthcare, to highlight the UK’s leading diabetes experts. To arrive at its rankings, Expertscape bases the results on scientific publications.
The four Queen’s University researchers are all based within the Centre for Public Health;
- Professor Alan Stitt
- Professor Tunde Peto
- Professor Usha Chakravarthy
- Dr Amy Jayne McKnight