Roman Hovorka, PhD, FMedSci
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Roman Hovorka is Professor of Metabolic Technology Research at the Institute of Metabolic Science and Department of Paediatrics at University of Cambridge. He made seminal contributions to diabetes technology including the “Artificial Pancreas”, a device that delivers insulin in glucose responsive fashion. He is Chief Investigator on several trials evaluating the Artificial Pancreas in populations such as young children and newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes. His wider interests include mathematical modelling of glucose control and turnover.