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Prof Peter Hindmarsh

Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist

Overview

Peter Hindmarsh is Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology at University College London and Consultant in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes at University College London Hospitals and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). He is currently Divisional Clinical Director for Paediatrics at University College London Hospitals. 

The main work of Professor Hindmarsh centres on delivering diabetes care and understanding the function of high performance teams. 

He specialises in Adrenal Disorders and Diabetes Mellitus using pump technology in both conditions to improve patient wellbeing. 

Credentials

• Children and young people's services 
• Children and young people's diabetes 
• Children and young people's endocrinology 

• BSc (Hons) University of London 
• MBBS University of London 
• MRCP 
• MD University of London 
• FRCP 
• FRCPCH 

• Adrenal disorders 
• Diabetes and intensive insulin therapies 
• Clinical, genetic and cell biology studies of hereditary movement disorders 
• Dystonia 
• Huntington’s disease 
• Hereditary spastic paraplegia 

News & Publications

Hindmarsh, P. C. & Peters, C. J. 2015. Growth hormone treatment and stroke: should we be concerned? A case for cohort studies. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 82(2) pp. 178-179. 

Krone, N., Webb, E. A., & Hindmarsh, P. C. 2015. Keeping the pressure on mineralocorticoid replacement in congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 82(4), pp. 478-480. 
 
Hindmarsh, P. C.,
 & Charmandari, E. 2015. Variation in absorption and half-life of hydrocortisone influence plasma cortisol concentrations. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 82(4) pp. 557-561. 
 
Browne, W. V., Hindmarsh, P. C., Pasterski, V., Hughes, I. A., Acerini, C. L., Spencer, D., . . . Hines, M. 2015. Working memory performance is reduced in children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Horm Behav. 67 pp. 83-88. 
 
Subbarayan, A., Dattani, M. T., Peters, C. J., & Hindmarsh, P. C. 2014. Cardiovascular risk factors in children and adolescents with congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 80(4) pp. 471-477. 
 
Hindmarsh, P. C. 2014. Glucocorticoid Replacement: Mimicking the circadian rhythm in glucocorticoid replacement. BMJ. 349. 
 
Pasterski, V., Zucker, K. J., Hindmarsh, P. C., Hughes, I. A., Acerini, C., Spencer, D., . . . Hines, M. 2014. Increased Cross-Gender Identification Independent of Gender Role Behavior in Girls with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Results from a Standardized Assessment of 4- to 11-Year-Old Children. Arch Sex Behav
 
Knowles, R. L., Khalid, J. M., Oerton, J. M., Hindmarsh, P. C., Kelnar, C. J., & Dezateux, C. 2014. Late clinical presentation of congenital adrenal hyperplasia in older children: findings from national paediatric surveillance. Archives of disease in childhood-fetal and neonatal edition. 99 (1) pp. 30-34. 
 
Knowles, R. L., Khalid, J. M., Oerton, J. M., Hindmarsh, P. C., Kelnar, C. J., & Dezateux, C. 2014. Late clinical presentation of congenital adrenal hyperplasia in older children: findings from national paediatric surveillance. Arch Dis Child. 99 (1), pp. 30-34. 
 
Hindmarsh, P. C
. 2014. Mimicking the circadian rhythm in glucocorticoid replacement. BMJ. 349. 

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