Course details

  • Duration: 2 days (plus online learning) 
  • Fees:
    - £395 per module
    - 10% discount for ICHNT staff
  • Venue: St Mary's Campus
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Dr Helen Cox
Dr. Helen Cox is a Consultant in Paediatric Allergy and Immunology at St. Mary's Hospital Paddington where she is on of the lead clinicians. Although her work encompasses all aspects of paediatric allergy, her major area of interest is in the young child with severe eczema. She was previously involved in research into the genetics of atopic eczema and is currently participating in the NICE guideline development for atopic eczema in children.

Dr Robert Boyle
Robert is a NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Paediatric Allergy at Imperial College, London. He trained in Paediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology under Mimi Tang's supervision at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, where he completed doctoral studies investigating the mechanisms through which probiotic bacteria may act to prevent eczema. Dr Boyle achieved the highest mark of all examination candidates at the inaugural sitting of the official European Allergy Examination, has over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals and receives research support from both charitable and industry sources.

Dr George Du Toit
George du Toit is a Consultant in Paediatric Allergy and Hon. Senior Lecturer at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, King's College London. Asides from running dedicated clinics in paediatric drug allergy and chronic urticaria at the Evelina Children's Hospital, he is Senior Co-Investigator on the NIH-funded research study entitled "LEAP" (Learning Early about Peanut Allergies). George trained as a Paediatrician and then further specialised in paediatric allergy and asthma at the Red Cross Children's Hospital and University of Cape Town Lung Institute. In 2003, George took up a post as Consultant Paediatric Allergist at Imperial College London, St Mary's Hospital. George joined the Children's Allergy Service at the Evelina Hospital in 2006. His earlier research projects focused on Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Chronic Urticaria. Current research projects concern the prevention of Peanut Allergy, Food-Dependent exercise-induced Anaphylaxis, Drug Allergy and Chronic Urticaria.

Dr John Henderson
John is Reader in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, University of Bristol and has been a consultant in Respiratory Medicine at Bristol Children's Hospital since 1995. He trained in Manchester, London, Aberdeen and spent a year as a Training Fellow in Perth, Western Australia. His interests are in asthma, sleep and long term ventilation of children.