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Dr James Hull completed an undergraduate degree in Exercise physiology and then graduated in Medicine from St George's Hospital Medical School in 2000.
He completed his specialist training in General and Respiratory Medicine in London and in 2010, completed his PhD in vascular physiology in chronic lung disease.
Between 2011-12 he was a National Institute for Health Research Clinical Lecturer and since October 2012 has worked as a Consultant Respiratory Physician at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
His areas of expertise include asthma, chronic debilitating cough, unexplained shortness of breath, reasons for exercise limitation and unexplained hypoxaemia (i.e. low oxygen levels).
He is the clinical lead for the unexplained breathlessness service and the cough / upper airway / vocal cord dysfunction service at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
He has also has specialist expertise in helping athletes with respiratory symptoms and is an expert appointee to American Thoracic Society guideline committee for Exercise Induced Asthma.
Areas of interest
Unexplained breathlessness; Chronic Cough; Wheeze; Asthma; Vocal cord dysfunction; Athletes with respiratory symptoms.
- Jo Parman
- Centre for Health and Human Performance 76 Harley Street LONDON W1G 7HH
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Physician with a specialist interest in severe asthma and exercise physiology
Shortness of breath on exertion.
Respiratory symptoms in athletes
Vocal cord dysfunction.
Invited member to the American Thoracic Society committee for Exercise Induced Bronchoconstriction.
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- Royal Brompton Hospital, SW3 6NP
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Post treatment communication
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