Professor Vincent Marks
Martin Gilmour of the Diabetic Hypoglycemia Editorial Team
Diabetic Hypoglycemia June 2008, Volume 1, Issue 1: page 13-14
For the first in this series of interviews with influential figures in the field of hypoglycemia, we spoke with one of the world's leading authorities on hypoglycemia, Vincent Marks. Professor Marks studied medicine at Oxford just after the Second World War, and quickly went on to establish himself as a leading expert in the field of hypoglycemia. He spent much of his career at the University of Surrey and is also a former President of the Association for Clinical Biochemistry and former Vice-President of The Royal College of Pathologists. Famously involved in the Von Bulow case, Vincent Marks is often called as an expert in suspected crimes involving insulin or hypoglycemia and is the acclaimed author of books such as Panic Nation and Insulin Murder - True Life Crimes.