Dr Srikanth Bellary

Senior Lecturer

School of Life & Health Sciences
Aston University
Aston Triangle
B4 7ET

Room Number: MB710
Office Hours: Wed am/Thursdays
Tel: 0121 204 4145 

Email: s.bellary@aston.ac.uk 

Research Group

Cell and Tissue Biomedical Research

Research Centre 

Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing(ARCHA)

Dr Srikanth Bellary
Dr Srikanth Bellary is a Senior Lecturer in Metabolic medicine at Aston University and an Honorary Consultant Physician in Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Heart of England NHS Foundation trust, Birmingham.

Dr Bellary’s research interests include epidemiology of type 2 diabetes, diabetes and ethnicity and metabolic ageing. He was one of the main investigators of the UK Asian Diabetes Study (UKADS) and is the Chief investigator of Type 2 Diabetes in the Youth (T2DMY) study. He the Chief Investigator and UK lead for  two major EU funded studies on frailty-Frail Tools and Frail clinic. He is also the principal investigator for a number of studies investigating new treatments for type 2 diabetes such as the LEADER, SUSTAIN, EXSCEL and CREDENCE trials.

He is the clinical lead for Diabetes –renal service at the Heart of England NHS Foundation trust and has a specific interest in community weight management. He was instrumental in developing a new model of integrated diabetes care –Solihull Integrated Diabetes care (SOLID). He is the Chair of Pan Birmingham Diabetes clinical network. In 2014 he was selected as one of the 12 National Diabetes Clinical Champions by  the Diabetes UK and until recently was the Clinical Director  for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham.

Member of  Diabetes UK
Member of Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, UK
Member – South Asian Health Foundation, UK

Recent Publications

Dr Bellary has published in various reputed international journals including the Lancet, Science, Diabetes Care, Diabetologia, DiabeticMedicine, Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology and has over 50 peer reviewed publications and chapters.