James Pattison


Consultant nephrologist


James Pattison qualified from Oxford University Medical School in 1987. He trained in kidney medicine at Guy's Hospital and Stanford University Medical Centre, California before being appointed as a consultant nephrologist in 1996 at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

He has been the principal investigator in many clinical trials studying new immunosuppressive agents in kidney transplantation.

Research interests

  • novel treatments for glomerular diseases
  • new immunosuppressive protocols in renal transplantation to optimise efficacy but minimise toxicity.


Pattison J, Sacks SH Long-term tacrolimus versus long-term ciclosporin in renal transplant recipients with poor graft function. Nature Clinical Practice Nephrology 2008; 11: 598-9.

Last updated: April 2022

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