Dr. Kate Nambiar is a specialty doctor in endocrinology at the London Gender Identity Clinic. She trained in medicine at the University of Oxford and Imperial College, London, and she qualified in 1999. She also gained a PhD in immunology and bioinformatics from Brighton & Sussex Medical School. Dr Nambiar began her training in sexual health & HIV medicine in 2003 and currently also works as a sexual health physician in Brighton. She founded a sexual and reproductive health service for trans and gender diverse people in Brighton in 2012 which she still runs today. She is currently the chair of the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) gender and sexual minorities special interest group, and she has co-authored national guidelines for the care of trans patients in sexual health services and guidelines on contraception provision for trans and non-binary people too. Dr Nambiar began working at the London GIC in 2019 and the main focus of her work is in the management of gender affirming hormone therapy and the care of trans and non-binary people with endocrine disorders.