Stephen Till
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Reader in Allergy, Consultant Physician (Adult Allergy), GSTT

Biographical details

I am a clinical academic with a 50:50 split between clinical practice as a Consultant Allergist (GSTT) and research/teaching in KCL. I completed a PhD in mechanisms of allergy at Imperial College London before undertaking a medical degree at UCL. I was and remain a Fellow of the Foulkes Foundation, which supports PhD scientists to study medicine, and subsequently held a Clinician Scientist Fellowship from the Academy of Medical Sciences/The Health Foundation to support research alongside specialist training in Allergy at the Royal Brompton Hospital. I joined KCL/GSTT at a HEFCE Clinical Senior Lecturer in 2011.

My longstanding research interests include the use of immunotherapy to treat allergic disease,  together with the immunological mechanisms of allergic inflammation. I have been Chief Investigator of two NIHR funded clinical trials of immunotherapy at KCL/GSTT (one current) and hold additional industry funding including for investigator led projects.

I teach clinical medicine to 10-14 phase 3 MB BS students weekly, am a personal tutor, supervisor of a SSC in Allergy and co-organiser of the Allergy Module for the KCL MSc in Medical Immunology. I have supervised 4 PhD students (one currently writing up) and have been both an internal and external examiner.

My clinical interests include immunotherapy, severe food allergy in adults, eosinophilic oesophagitis and atopic dermatitis. I run Adult Food Allergy clinics in GSTT, which include a major proportion of tertiary referrals. I am secretary of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI) and sit on the BSACI Standards of Care Committee that produces NICE-accredited clinical guidelines. 

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  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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