Dr Konstantinos Manolopoulos is an Honorary Endocrinology Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Dr Manolopoulos graduated from the University of Dusseldorf, Germany in 2004 with a degree in Medicine. He completed core medical training at the University Hospitals Dusseldorf and Bochum, Germany and also received an academic MD from the University of Bochum.
Dr Manolopoulos joined the University of Oxford as a Clinical Research Fellow in 2007, where he carried out in-vivo research in human fat tissue physiology. He obtained a DPhil in Clinical Medicine from the University of Oxford in 2011. After this, he completed his specialty training in Endocrinology, Diabetes and General Internal Medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. He was appointed an Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist there in 2015. He is a Clinician Scientist at the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research at the University of Birmingham, leading the Human Metabolic Physiology Research lab.
His clinical interest is Complex Endocrine Obesity, with a specific focus on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and other hormonal conditions associated with weight gain. He has extensive experience in the management of PCOS and other hormonal conditions associated with obesity and abnormal metabolism, and he leads the Complex Endocrine Obesity clinic at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He holds a Specialist Certification of Obesity Professional Education (SCOPE), the only internationally-recognised certification in obesity management. Furthermore, his clinical practice encompasses general endocrinology, adrenal disorders, and thyroid dysfunction.