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Dr Annice Mukherjee is a Consultant Endocrinologist and Author. She has clinical interests in reproductive endocrinology and menopause, thyroid disease, pituitary disease, calcium and bone disorders, late effects of cancer treatment and medical weight management.


Hamid is a British/Iranian and immigrated to UK in 2004, started as the first cohort of Foundation trainees in 2005 and then first cohort of Academic Foundation Trainees in 2006  in Liverpool. Continued as NIHR Academic clinical fellow, PhD and his training as

Specialist trainee and NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Leicester, before starting as consultant in Kettering General Hospital in 2018. Hamid has gradually developed his clinics to meet the needs of a Diabetes and Endocrinology Service in a DGH as well his research and academic interest.


Dr Jolyon Dales, Specialist Registrar Diabetes and Endocrinology, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.

Jolyon is a final year (ST7) specialist registrar in Diabetes and Endocrinology in Leicester. He completed Core Medical Training in Leicester, before working as a Clinical Fellow at the Leicester Diabetes Centre, and then started Specialty Training in 2017.  Jolyon has an interest in medical management, and in addition to being part of the Society for Endocrinology Early Career Committee is also on the Peer Review Working Group.  In Leicester he is vice-chair of the Doctors in Training Committee.  During his registrar training he has had time out for shared parental leave in addition to working less that full time.


Dr Kerrie Thackray first became an SpR in Diabetes and Endocrinology in 2007 and completed research in severe insulin resistance at the University of Cambridge. In 2011 she relinquished her training number to work part time as a Senior Clinical Fellow in Diabetes and Endocrinology in Hinchingbrooke and Addenbrooke's Hospitals. Kerrie then left medicine completely in 2014 and, until covid hit, was a stay at home mother to her now five children. She returned to medicine when the pandemic hit to help out and has just been appointed (for the second time) to a registrar post to complete her training. She was named as a winner of the 2022 Timewise Power List, celebrating inspirational part-timers in senior roles.


  • Dr Shivani Misra, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Imperial College London