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Dr James Fullerton
G19
Rayne Institute
5 University Street
London
London
WC1E 6JF
Appointment
  • Clinical Training Fellow / NIHR Clinical Lecturer
  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Biography

Dr Fullerton is a Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellow and Specialist Registrar in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics at University College London Hospital (UCLH). Dr Fullerton gained his medical degree from the University of Birmingham in 2008, winning the Gold Medal and Chancellors Award, having previously studied Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford where he graduated with first-class honors. He has subsequently attained his Membership of the Royal College of Physicians. He acts as a lecturer, supervisor and mentor at UCL Medical School, and helps co-ordinate post-graduate medical education at UCLH. Outside interests include roles in the Resuscitation Council (UK), playing squash and golf (both relatively badly), modern art and literature. He comes from Leeds, Yorkshire.

Research Summary

Dr Fullerton's primary research interest is the aetiology and mechanistic drivers of critical illness-induced immune suppression. He is investigating the contribution of a dysregulated inflammatory response, in particular resolution pathways and eicosanoids, to observed innate immune effector cell functional impairments in the intensive care population. His work is aimed at better stratifying the critically ill at a biochemical, transcriptomic and functional level, identifying novel therapeutic opportunities that may be translated into clinical practice.

Academic Background
2011 MRCP Member of the Royal College of Physicians – Medicine Royal College of Physicians
2008 MB.ChB Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Medicine University of Birmingham
2003 MA Master of Arts – Psychology University of Oxford
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