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.
- 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.
Secretary: Irene Miles and Jenny Owen
Secretary tel 020 7188 5667
Area of expertise: kidney
- glomerular disease
- renal transplantation.
Last updated: April 2022