Dr Richard Hull is a Consultant Nephrologist at King’s College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and gained his membership of the Royal College of Physicians during his early postgraduate training at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust. He went on to complete his specialist training in Renal Medicine in the South Thames Renal Programme. During this time he completed his PhD as a Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD fellow at the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College.
In his current role at King’s Renal Unit, he looks after a satellite unit cohort of haemodialysis patients, manages renal ward inpatients and provides a weekly consult service for patients with acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease at the Trust’s Princess Royal University Hospital campus. His outpatient work focuses on his specialist interest of autoimmune renal disease as well as general nephrology outpatients including chronic kidney disease, diabetic nephropathy and hypertension. He was appointed as a member of the King’s College Hospital Renal Research Governance Board in 2015 and his research interests are currently focused on patients with autoimmune renal disease.
Summary of specialist interests: All adult nephrology including: acute kidney injury, chronic kidney disease and hypertension, proteinuria, diabetic kidney disease, inherited renal diseases such as polycystic kidney disease, glomerulonephritis, lupus nephritis and ANCA vasculitis
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