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Dr Dupont qualified from the Royal College of
Surgeons Medical School, Dublin in 1993. He trained in Nephrology on the North Thames specialty training scheme and completed a PhD in transplantation immunology at Imperial College London, Hammersmith Hospital in 2005. He was appointed Consultant
Nephrologist/Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital, London in 2006 and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland in 2008. He has a subspecialty interest in renal transplantation
including pre-transplant assessment, infectious
complications of transplantation and management of chronic allograft dysfunction. He is principal investigator for a number of clinical trials in renal transplantation.
Dr Dupont is member of the Renal Association, British Transplantation Society and the London Transplant Research Network.
Areas of interest
Chronic kidney disease; Hypertension; Dialysis; Renal Transplantation
- Private practice unit, Royal Free Hospital: http://www.royalfreeprivatepatients.com/privatepatients.aspx?tab_id=103
- NHS practice website, Royal Free Hospital: https://www.royalfree.nhs.uk/services/staff-a-z/dr-peter-dupont/
Current NHS consultant posts held
Royal Free Hospital
London NW3 2QG
Hertfordshire EN5 3DJ
PhD in transplantation Immunology at Imperial College London, Hammersmith Hospital in 2005.
Subspecialty interest in renal transplantation
including pre-transplant assessment, infectious
complications of transplantation and management of chronic allograft dysfunction. Principal investigator for a number of clinical trials in renal transplantation.
Member of the London Transplant Research Network.
Tennis, rugby, swimming, reading. And running after my children!
Level 5 Clinical Excellence award
Honorary Senior Lecturer University College London
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland 2008
Associate Professor University of Grenada 2010
Power A, Dupont P. Assessment of the potential transplant recipient. In: Practical Nephrology edited by M Harber. Springer Press 2015.
Stephens H, Dupont P. ABO incompatible transplantation. In: Practical Nephrology edited by M Harber. Springer Press 2015.
Rahman H, Dupont P, Cohen M, Vancheeswaran R. A case of profound hypercalcaemia and acute kidney injury. BMJ 2013;347:f6744
Arulkumaran N, Reitbock P, Halliday K, Onwubalili J, Jayasena D, Dupont PJ. Adult-onset Still's disease associated with collapsing glomerulopathy. NDT Plus 2010;3(1):54-6.
Dupont PJ, Manuel O, Pascual M. Infection and chronic allograft dysfunction. Kidney Int 2010;78:S47-S53.
Dupont PJ, Psimenou E, Lord R, Buscombe JR, Hilson AJ, Sweny P. Late recurrent urinary tract infections may produce renal allograft scarring even in the absence of symptoms or vesicoureteric reflux. Transplantation 2007;84(3):351-5.
Dupont P, Warrens AN. Fas ligand exerts its pro-inflammatory effects via neutrophil recruitment but not activation. Immunology 2007; 120:133-9.
Little MA, Dupont P, Campbell E, Dorman A, Walshe JJ. Severity of primary MPGN, rather than MPGN type determines renal survival and post-transplantation recurrence risk. Kidney International 2006; 69:504-11.
Dupont P, Warrens AN. The evolving role of sirolimus in renal transplantation. QJM 2003; 96:401-409.
Dupont P, Dooldeniya M, Cook T, Warrens AN. Role of duplex Doppler sonography in diagnosis of acute allograft dysfunction - time to stop measuring the resistive index? Transplant International 2003; 16:648-52.
Dupont P, Hunt I, Goldberg L, Warrens AN. Colchicine myoneuropathy in a renal transplant recipient. Transplant International 2002 15:374-6.
Dupont P, Jackson J, Warrens A, Lightstone L. Life threatening thrombosis eighteen years after first presentation of primary antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation 2001; 16:843-845.
Dupont P, Thornton J. Near-fatal gammabutyrolactone intoxication – first report in the UK. Human & Experimental Toxicology 2001; 20:19-22.
Dupont P, Lightstone L, Gaskin G, Clutterbuck E, Pusey CD, Cook T, Warrens AN. Cholesterol emboli syndrome. BMJ 2000; 321:1065-67.
Dupont P, Herbert PE, Warrens AN. Mechanisms of allorecognition. In: Actualite Nephrologiques edited by P Lesavre, T Drueke, C Legendre, P Niaudet. Flammarion Medecine-Sciences, 2003, pp285-297.
Courses offered to GPs
Chronic kidney disease
Update in management of hypertension
- MB BCh BAO (Hons) National University of Ireland 1993
- LRCSI LRCPI Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland 1993
- MRCPI Royal College of Physicians of Ireland 1996
- PhD Imperial College London 2006
- FRCPI Royal College of Physicians of Ireland 2008
Reference number 4489568
Details of entry to specialist register
- Renal Medicine and General Internal Medicine, 2005
Affiliations / memberships
British Transplantation Society
The Transplantation Society
International Society for Nephrology
London Transplant Research Network
- Royal Free Hospital Pond Street LONDON NW3 2QG
- 14:00 - 18:00
- 020 7830 2431
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.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
In an emergency call 020 7794 0500 and ask for the RMO covering the private practive unit.