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Head shot of consultant Dr Royce Vincent

Dr Royce Vincent

MBBS, MSc, FRCPath, EuSpLM, MD (Res)

Consultant Chemical Pathologist

Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Dr Royce Vincent is a Consultant Chemical Pathologist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of London’s largest teaching hospitals and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London. He is the Clinical Lead for the Parenteral Nutrition services and the Laboratory Director for the Biochemistry services at King’s.

    Dr Vincent read medicine at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Bangalore, India graduating in 2002. He completed his post-graduate training in the UK, including specialist Chemical Pathology/Metabolic Medicine training and clinical research at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust respectively. He was awarded a Master’s degree at University College London in 2008 and Doctorate at Imperial College London in 2012. He was appointed a Consultant in 2012 and Head of Department in 2016.

    Dr Vincent’s private practice mirrors his NHS work. He is a specialist in the management of patients with high cholesterol, thyroid disorders and those requiring parenteral (intravenous) nutrition in hospital. He is SCOPE certified by the World Obesity Federation, an internationally recognised standard of obesity management expertise, which promotes and acknowledges excellence in obesity prevention and treatment, and works as a physician alongside bariatric surgeons managing patients with morbid obesity.

    Dr Vincent’s main research interests are in obesity, clinical nutrition and endocrinology. His recent academic work focuses on appetite regulation and altered glucose and bile acid metabolism after bariatric/metabolic surgery. He is involved in many clinical studies including randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and his work has been published in many international medical and scientific journals. He lectures widely at National and International conferences, regularly reviews journal submissions for international publications and is serving as an editorial board member for Translational Metabolic Syndrome Research.

    Dr Vincent is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists and member of Association for the Study of Obesity, the British Thyroid Association, the Society for Endocrinology, the Association for Clinical Biochemistry and the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumours.

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    • Obesity
    • Lipidology
    • Thyroid
    • Parenteral Nutrition
    • Biochemistry (laboratory assessment)
  • Awards and recognitions icon plus

    Strategic Centre for Obesity Professional Education (SCOPE) certified: World Obesity Federation

    EuSpLM: European Communities Confederation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine

    Clinical Excellence Awards - King's, Research grants and awards

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    GMC, RCPath, MDU, SfE, ASO, ACB, BTA, ENS@T

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    BUPA, AXA-PPP

Practice locations

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King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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