Dr Richard Hull
MA (Cantab), MRCP, PhD
- Autoimmune renal disease
- Chronic kidney disease
Dr Richard Hull was appointed as a Consultant Nephrologist in March 2014. He studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and gained his membership of the Royal College of Physicians during his early postgraduate training at Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust. He went on to complete his specialist training in Renal Medicine in the South Thames Renal Programme which included his appointment as a Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD fellow at the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College London. His research thesis on the mechanisms underlying the regulation of macrophage activation and glomerular inflammation by JunD led to the award of a Doctor of Philosophy in June 2012 and triggered his ongoing interest in autoimmune renal disease.
Dr Hull is responsible for the Dulwich Mobile Satellite Dialysis Unit and the ongoing development of the renal satellite service infrastructure for the renal care group. He is a member of the haemodialysis quality improvement group and leads on improving vascular access for dialysis. He manages the autoimmune disease-focused Thursday general nephrology clinic and jointly supervises our acute kidney injury (AKI) specialist nursing team who deliver ward consults and clinic follow-ups to AKI patients within the Trust. He is at the Princess Royal University Hospital every Friday providing a ward consult service for renal patients and jointly managing the weekly general nephrology clinic.
He was appointed as a member of the Renal Research Governance Board in 2015 and his research interests are currently focused on patients with autoimmune renal disease.
- British Medical Association
- European Renal Association
- Member of Royal College of Physicians
- Renal Association