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Last updated: 5 May 2020
Dr Higham undertook a physiology degree and DPhil at Merton College, Oxford, followed by completion of her medical training at Royal Free/University College London.
Her junior doctor training was in London followed by higher specialist training in Manchester, including a three-year clinical research fellowship at The Christie.
Dr Higham became an endocrine consultant at The Christie in 2012.
Dr Higham holds responsibility for the following: Clinics in general pituitary, thyroid eye, growth hormone, metabolic bone, late effects, transition and Turner syndrome; lead for the DXA bone mineral density scanning service; lead for the in-patient diabetes service; member of the Safe Medicines Practice Committee; member of the late effects steering group. Endocrine clinics at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust; Clinical Research Network regional lead for endocrine, lipids and metabolism; organisation of symposia for the Manchester Centre for Endocrinology and Diabetes
Areas of interest
Endocrinology, including pituitary disease, metabolic bone disease, late effects of cancer treatment and thyroid eye disease; diabetes
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