World-leading diabetes expert awarded Honorary Clinical Professor title
Multi-award winning paediatrican Professor May Ng has received an Honorary Clinical Professor title from Edge Hill University.
Professor Ng OBE was awarded the title after receiving a nomination from Lucy Bray, Professor of Child Health Literacy at Edge Hill.
Lucy said: “I am so pleased that Dr May Ng is joining the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine as Honorary Clinical Professor; it was a pleasure to nominate her for this position.
“She brings a wealth of clinical and research expertise, and her passion and commitment to improve the health care experiences and outcomes of children and young people aligns well with our work within the Faculty.
“This appointment will help further develop the close relationship between Edge Hill University and our nearest NHS trust.”
Professor Ng, who has a remarkable five academic degrees, an MBBS with Honours, an MSc, an LLM, a PhD, an MBA with an outstanding record in the areas of teaching, service, and leadership, said: “I am very grateful for this opportunity, and I look forward to developing future research and teaching collaborations with Edge Hill University and the Faculty of Health of Health, Social Care and Medicine.”
Professor May Ng is Associate Professor at University of Liverpool, Consultant Paediatrician & Paediatric Endocrinologist and Associate Medical Director at Southport & Ormskirk NHS.
She is Chair of UK Association of Children’s Diabetes Clinicians and Chair of the UK Diabetes UK Research Steering Group for Children and Young People.
She was awarded an OBE in the 2022 Platinum Jubilee Queen Elizabeth II Birthday Honours for Services to People with Diabetes and People with Autism and Disabilities.