Nick Oliver

Nick Oliver received the B.Sc. degree in molecular endocrinology and the MBBS degree in medicine from Imperial College London, London, U.K., in 1996 and 1999, respectively. He then got the MRCP degree in medicine from the Royal College of Physicians, London, in 2003. He is currently a Consultant Diabetologist in Imperial College Healthcare and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London. His clinical interest is type 1 diabetes and diabetes technologies including insulin pumps, glucose sensing, closed-loop control, and telemedicine. He currently holds several peer reviewed grants for diabetes technology research, including funding from theWellcome Trust for the development of a bio-inspired artificial pancreas for type 1 diabetes. Other active research projects include validation of a novel microprobe array for continuous glucose monitoring and type 2 diabetes prevention using mobile phone technology. Mr. Oliver received a number of Special Awards including the Diabetes UK Innovator in diabetes.

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Advanced Insulin Bolus Advisor based on Run-To-Run Control and Case- Based Reasoning
Herrero, P. Pesl, M. Reddy, N. Oliver, P. Georgiou, and C. Toumazou Insulin bolus calculators are simple decision support software tools incorporated in most commercially available insulin pumps to help people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) calculate the insulin doses... Read more
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Predicting Quality of Overnight Glycaemic Control in Type 1 Diabetes using Binary Classifiers
ype 1 diabetes management, maintaining nocturnal blood glucose within target range can be challenging. Although semi-automatic systems to modulate insulin pump delivery, such as low-glucose insulin suspension and the artificial pancreas, are starting to become a reality, their elevated cost and performance below user expectations is hindering their adoption... Read more