Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine
Dr Milan Piya is a Senior Lecturer in Diabetes at the School of Medicine, Macarthur Clinical School at Western Sydney University. He is also working as an endocrinologist as part of the Macarthur Diabetes Service at Campbelltown Hospital (including obesity services) and the Diabetes Obesity Metabolism Transitional Research Unit (DOMTRU). He has just moved from the UK where he was working as a Consultant Physician at Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UK), where he worked as part of the multidisciplinary bariatric and diabetic foot services, as well as the Derby integrated diabetes service. He is originally from Nepal where he completed his MBBS, and he worked in the UK for 14 years. He completed his PhD in obesity and metabolism at the University of Warwick in 2013, and was appointed NIHR Clinical Lecturer there until the completion of his clinical training (CCT) in diabetes, endocrinology and internal medicine in April 2015. He was a Diabetes UK Clinical Champion from 2014-2016, and was Chair of the Young Diabetologists and Endocrinologists Forum (YDEF) from 2013-2014.
Milan is working on clinical research projects relating to inpatient diabetes care across South Western Sydney Local Health District, as well as the Wollondilly Diabetes Program focussing on integrated diabetes care between primary and secondary care. He will also be working to enhance the clinical service and research profile of obesity and bariatric medicine at Campbelltown Hospital.
- Obesity and metabolism
- Inpatient diabetes management
- Type 2 diabetes and long term complications
Qualifications and Recognition
- PhD University of Warwick (UK)
Research & Publications
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