Colin’s research spans from the molecular basis of potassium channel activity to human disease. His work on KATP channel activity led to the discovery of the mechanism of human neonatal diabetes and a revolution in therapy – affected children can now take once a day pills – even dissolved in milk – rather than traumatic, three times a day insulin injections.
- BSc: Leeds University, England, 1982, Biochemistry & Physiology
- PhD: Leeds University, England, 1985, Physiology
Graduate & Fellowship Program Affiliations
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