Qualifications: MBBS, MD, PhD, CCT (Diab&Endo), FRCP, PGDip (Clinical Education)

Current roles:
Honorary Senior Lecturer & Endocrine lead - Edge Hill University Medical School
Honorary Lecturer - Manchester University
Member of the Diabetes Board - Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network.
Clinical Champion: Diabetes UK
Associate Editor: British Journal of Diabetes.
Joint lead for Professional development and Committee member: Association of British Clinical Diabetologists.

Conversant in: English, Bengali, Hindi, and Urdu.

Dr. Banerjee qualified in 1992 and completed his MD degree in 1996. He did his basic medical training in the North-West of England and higher training in Diabetes and Endocrinology in Wales and North-West of England. During his higher training, he completed his Ph.D. from Manchester University following a very prestigious grant from the British Heart Foundation.
After completing his training in 2009, he has worked as a Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust, and Wirral University Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust before joining The Bolton Foundation NHS Trust in 2015, where he is currently the Clinical Lead for Diabetes & Endocrinology and Specialist Weight management. In 2020, he was selected as a Clinical Champion of the Diabetes-UK. He serves as a member of the Diabetes board of the Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network.
He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Edge Hill University Medical School, where he leads the teaching in Endocrinology. He is deeply involved in teaching and currently supervises and teaches Undergraduate students (from Manchester University and Edge hill University) as well as basic and higher medical trainees placed at the Diabetes & Endocrine unit at the Royal Bolton Hospital. Over the years, he has taught medical trainees, Primary Care physicians, and nurses on topics related to Diabetes and Endocrinology. He is the joint Education Lead of the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists.
He has designed and run UK's first course to help prepare the Specialist Registrars in Diabetes and Endocrinology for their exit examination since 2009. This has been running for the last 13 years and now attracts international attendees.
He has led research projects, quality improvement projects, and published peer-reviewed articles in various journals of Diabetes and Endocrinology. He has also been invited to speak at conferences both within the UK and internationally, including in India and Bahrain. He is an Associate Editor of the British Journal of Diabetes.
His hobbies include reading, cricket, traveling, and landscape photography.
He has been in private practice since 2018 and on the panel of all major insurers – being fee assured and available for face-to-face as well as remote consultations.
Dr. Moulinath Banerjee