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Prof Till completed 5 years of specialist training in Allergy at the internationally renowned Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust after his medical degree and general medical training. He is one of the few consultants practising allergy to be listed on the GMC specialist register as an Allergist.
Stephen held a scholarship at Oxford University before completing a PhD in Allergy at Imperial College and qualifying as a doctor from University College London. He was appointed in 2011 as Senior Lecturer (becoming Professor in 2018) and Consultant at King's College London and it's associated teaching hospital Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. He combines NHS practice - where he is lead for adult food allergy - with running a research group and teaching. He has received research funding from the Medical Research Council, the National Institute for Heath Research, the US National Institutes for Health and numerous industry collaborators. He is a regular speaker at national and international conferences and an elected member of the Council of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
Areas of interest
Food allergy; Anaphylaxis; Allergy Rhinitis and Hayfever; Asthma; Urticaria; Angio-oedema; Drug allergy; Wasp allergy; Bee allergy; Eczema; Immunotherapy and desensitisation; Molecular allergy tests
- Personal website
- Daily Mail - patient of Dr Till featured
- BBC - Dr Till's research work
- NHS choices online food allergy clinic
Current NHS consultant posts held
Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Allergy (Adult), King's College London/Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
Immunotherapy/desensitisation for allergic diseases (e.e. www.pollenlite.co.uk). Severe food allergy in adults.
World Allergy Organisation Henning Lowenstein Award for Research in Allergy (2009)
Winner, ‘Joint working between Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare scientists’ category, 2009 UK awards for Allied Health Professionals and Healthcare Scientists (for setting up and running Adult Food Allergy Clinic at Royal Brompton Hospital).
Ernest Foulkes Prize for Medical Research (2004)
Distinction, final MB BS examination (2002)
Slovick A, Douiri A, Kelly J, Guerra A, Muir R, Tsioulos K, Murphy C, Shamji M, Ying S, Durham SR, Till SJ. Protocol for a double-blind randomised controlled trial of low dose intradermal grass pollen immunotherapy versus a histamine control on symptoms and medication use in adults with seasonal allergic rhinitis (PollenLITE). Clinical and Translational Allergy 2013 3:27.
Shamji MH, Francis JN, Wurtzen PA, Lund K, Durham SR, Till SJ. Cell-free detection of allergen-IgE cross linking with immobilized phase CD23: inhibition by blocking antibody responses following immunotherapy. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2013) In press.
James LK, Shamji M, Walker SM, Wilson DR, Wachholz PA, Francis JN, Till SJ, Durham SR,. Long-Term Tolerance Following Grass Pollen Immunotherapy: Selective Persistence of Functional IgG Blocking Antibodies. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2011) 127: 509-16.
Rotiroti G, Shamji M, Durham SR, Till SJ. Repeated low dose intradermal allergen injection suppresses allergen-induced cutaneous late responses. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2012) 130:918-24.
Courses offered to GPs
Available for GP seminars by appointment (Mon-Wed)
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Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.