Prof Richard Prince is a consultant endocrinologist and an academic teacher and researcher who has been practising for over 30 years in his special area of expertise. He is currently based at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Hollywood Hospital.
His qualifications include a undergraduate degrees in medicine and physiology ( MB. ChB., B.Sc) from Birmingham Univ, an MD from Melbourne Univ. on the subject of vitamin D metabolism and membership of both the UK and Australian College of Physicians (FRACP, MRCP(UK)).
His areas of expertise include general endocrinology with an emphasis on bone and mineral (calcium and phosphorus) disorders, thyroid disease and diabetes.
As a teacher and researcher he has supervised over 15 Ph D students, and many medical and science students. Dr Richard Prince has published over 200 research papers in top Journals including the New England Journal of Medicine and Nature Genetics.
As a clinician he aims to integrate his knowledge of disease processes into a management plan for the patient and their GP and advise on how this can be achieved successfully.
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