A leading authority on the interplay between the neuroendocrine response and all aspects of human physiology and psychology, Professor Pierre-Marc Bouloux has educated generations of the UK’s top doctors. A fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, he brings an unrivalled breadth of expertise in internal medicine to HOOKE acquired through an incomparable wealth of experience.
Following up his training at St Bartholomew’s Medical College with postgraduate degrees from both the Hammersmith and Brompton Hospitals, Professor Bouloux studied Cardiology in Brussels before being awarded a Master of Clinical Research (MCR) Fellowship in Endocrinology at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
Qualified as a Doctor of Medicine (MD) in and honoured with a Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP), he was appointed the Royal Free Hospital’s Senior Lecturer in Endocrinology before being awarded a personal Chair.
Professor Bouloux’s pioneering research into neuroendocrinology and reproductive medicine has been published in over 200 peer-reviewed papers and 204 chapters, reviews and textbooks. He has overseen the tutelage of 14 PhD students and three MDs, has served on committees for the Royal College of Physicians and the Society for Endocrinology and garnered an international reputation as a visiting professor in the United States and the Pasteur Institute in Paris.