Eleanor Scott is Professor of Diabetes and Maternal Health at the School of Medicine, University of Leeds, and an Honorary Consultant at Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust. She qualified in Medicine from the University of Nottingham in 1992. After completing training in Diabetes and Endocrinology in Yorkshire, she was appointed Senior Lecturer in Medicine at the University of Leeds in 2003 and promoted to a personal Chair in 2018.
She leads the diabetes in pregnancy service in Leeds and has been involved in shaping services nationally in diabetes in pregnancy care through roles that include: NHS England – developing & delivering the clinical pathways, procurement, training & governance required for rollout to all NHS Trusts of continuous glucose monitoring for women with diabetes in pregnancy as part of the NHS long term plan; Diabetes Technology Network-UK – the development & delivery of an educational toolkit to support healthcare professionals & patients across the UK to use continuous glucose monitoring effectively in pregnancy; She integrates delivering clinical care with performing clinical research using new technologies to understand and improve 24 hour glucose control in women with diabetes in pregnancy.
Twitter: Prof Eleanor Scott@TIME_research