Pamela Dyson

Pamela Dyson

Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK


Pam Dyson has been involved with the nutritional management of diabetes and obesity for over 30 years. She began her career with the Medical Research Council at the Dunn Nutrition Unit in Cambridge and was then appointed to posts within the NHS as a community dietitian and as a diabetes specialist dietitian.  Since 2003, she has been employed by the University of Oxford as a diabetes research dietitian. The expansion of this role led to successful completion of her PhD at Oxford Brookes University.  In 2008, she was appointed CEO of the Oxford Health Alliance, a charity set up to combat the epiemic of non-communicable disease.

Her main interests are the delivery of diabetes dietary education, behavioural aspects of lifestyle change, eating disorders and weight management. She has a particular interest in establishing the evidence base for dietary strategies for diabetes management, and was part of the Diabetes UK Nutrition Working Group which was responisble for revising, up-dating and publishing the nutrition guidelines for the prevention and treatment of diabetes in 2011.


Research Interest

cessation, prevention, primary healthcare.

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