Dr Richard Hull

Renal medicine

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About me

I am a Consultant Nephrologist at King’s College Hospital, London. I studied medicine at the University of Cambridge. I completed my training as a specialist in Renal Medicine on the South Thames Renal Programme and during this time I completed a PhD as a Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD fellow at the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College.

In my current role at King’s Renal Unit I have a varied practice managing inpatients on our renal ward, looking after a satellite unit cohort of haemodialysis patients as well as providing a consult service for patients with acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease at our Princess Royal University Hospital campus.

My outpatient work combines clinics focused on my specialist interest of autoimmune renal disease alongside general nephrology and I manage patients with chronic kidney disease including diabetic nephropathy, hypertension, renovascular disease and polycystic kidney disease. I am active in clinical research and was appointed as a member of our Renal Research Governance Board in 2015. My research interests are currently focused on patients with autoimmune renal disease.

Areas of interest

All adult nephrology including acute and chronic kidney disease; proteinuria; hypertension; renovascular disease; diabetic kidney disease; polycystic kidney disease; electrolyte disorders; glomerulonephritis including nephrotic syndrome; lupus nephritis; ANCA vasculitis

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