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Professor Graham Bothamley

FRCP BAHons BM BCh MA PhD

Honorary Professor

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

I gained degrees in Physiological Sciences and Medicine at Pembroke College, Oxford.  After general medical training, I did my PhD at the MRC Tuberculosis and Related Infections Unit at the Hammersmith Hospital in monoclonal antibodies, diagnostics and pathogenesis of TB.  I completed higher medical training at the London Chest Hospital and UCLH.  Having been a consultant physician at the Homerton University Hospital and senior lecturer at QMUL from 1995, I was appointed an honorary professor in 2010.  I have been attached to the Department of Immunology and Infection as an honororay professor since 2017.  

Affiliations

Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases
Department of Infection Biology

Centres

TB Centre

Teaching

I teach on the European Advanced Course in Clinical Tuberculosis and at the TBnet Academy, a course designed to encourage clinical interactions with basic scientists in TB research.  I teach courses on TB for the European Respiratory Society and at the British Thoracic Society conferences.  I am also involved in the London Advanced TB Course.

Research

My research areas include the management of MDR-TB, cough and transmission of TB, diagnostic tests for TB disaese and latent tuberculosis infection, and immune responses.  

Research Area
Diagnostics
Drug resistance
T-cell immunology
Discipline
Immunology
Medicine
Molecular biology
Disease and Health Conditions
Tuberculosis