Diabetes in Pregnancy
Part of the Oxford Diabetes Library, this book summarizes the key aspects of the medical management of diabetes during pregnancy, acting as a practical introduction particularly for obstetricians and endocrinologists in training.
Robert Lindsay is Reader in Diabetes & Endocrinology in the BHF Cardiovascular Research Centre (Western Infirmary, University of Glasgow). He trained in medicine at the University of Edinburgh and completed his PhD in fetal programming prior to postdoctoral work with the diabetes epidemiology group of the National Institutes of Health. His principal research interests are early life and genetic determinants of diabetes with particular interest in diabetes and pregnancy. Dr Lindsay is the diabetes and endocrine lead for the combined endocrine/obstetric antenatal clinic at Princess Royal Maternity Unit of Glasgow Royal Infirmary and also practices in diabetes and endocrinology at the Western Infirmary of Glasgow and Glasgow Royal Infirmary. He was the chair of the subgroup on diabetes and pregnancy for the selective update of the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines on Diabetes (2010), a member of the steering group of the Scottish Diabetes Research Network and chairs their epidemiology group.