Secretary: Jenny Owen/Irene Miles
Secretary tel: 020 7188 5667
Area of expertise: kidney
David Game trained at Cambridge and Oxford Universities with renal training at:
- the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
- the Freeman Hospital Newcastle, Hillingdon,
- the Middlesex
- Royal Free
- the West London Renal and Transplant Centre (Hammersmith Hospital).
From 2000-2004 he was a MRC clinical training fellow with Professor Robert Lechler and from 2006 - 2009 a clinical lecturer at Imperial College (Hammersmith Hospital).
He started as a consultant at Guy's and St Thomas' in November 2009.
- MA (Cantab) 1997
- PhD (Imperial College London) 2004
- RSM Young Investigator Award 2003.
- David's PhD examined ways the human immune system recognises transplants as foreign and explored ways this can be regulated. Of particular interest was the role of a population of white blood cells, called regulatory T cells, which can suppress specific immune responses. David was also involved with work to expand these cells, with the aim of using them to prevent rejection in human transplantation.
- In collaboration with Professor Tony Dorling, David examined the way clotting factors could influence the behaviour of immune cells and stem cells.