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Professor Alan Salama is a consultant in Nephrology. He specialises in immunological kidney diseases, with expertise in vasculitis, autoimmunity and kidney transplantation. He also has interests in polycystic kidney disease and acute renal failure.

Specialties and sub-specialties

General medicine
Nephrology
Transplantation

Professional profile

Professor Alan Salama is a consultant in Nephrology and director of the UCL Department of Renal Medicine, at the UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences, rated as top in London for Medicine and in the top 10 in the world as a Faculty of Medical Sciences. He specializes in immunological kidney diseases, with expertise in vasculitis, autoimmunity and transplantation.

Alan trained in Oxford and in London at The London Hospital, Guy’s Hospital and The Hammersmith Hospital, completing a PhD at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School and a post-doctoral period at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

In addition to his clinical work, he supervises a laboratory investigating autoimmune kidney disease and immune dysfunction, attempting to find better ways of diagnosing and treating immune mediated renal conditions, such as systemic vasculitis and SLE.

Clinical interests

  • Autoimmune disease- including systemic vasculitis and glomerulonephritis
  • Polycystic disease

Current posts

  • Professor Of Nephrology
    UCL Department of Renal Medicine and Royal Free Hospital

Current teaching posts

  • Professor Of Nephrology
    UCL

Medical training

Year qualified 1990
  • Oxford University 1984
  • The Royal London Hospital 1987

Languages spoken

French
Spanish

Personal interests

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