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Professor Douglas Stewart Robinson

Name
Professor Douglas Stewart Robinson
Job title
Professor of Respiratory Medicine
PROFESSIONAL DETAILS
Primary specialtyAllergy Medicine
Qualifications
MA
MB
BChir
MD
FRCP
Year qualified
1984
Pen Picture
Douglas Robinson graduated from Cambridge University with First Class Honours in Medical Sciences and completed his training at St Thomas', St Mary's, the Royal Free and Brompton Hospitals in London. His experience as director of the St Mary's Allergy Clinic combined with leading the specialist difficult asthma service at the Royal Brompton Hospital has confirmed his recognition as an international authority in allergy and asthma.
Clinical interests
Professor Robinson provides a comprehensive service for allergy and asthma diagnosis and management for adults (over 12s). He has 20 years of experience in Allergy and Respiratory Medicine from St Mary’s and the Royal Brompton Hospitals in London. Allergy consultations include rhinitis (hay fever), asthma, food allergy, anaphylaxis, venom allergy (bee or wasp), drug allergies and skin allergies (urticaria and eczema). Diagnostic skin prick tests and blood tests are performed. Where appropriate allergy desensitization (immunotherapy) is offered via sub-lingual or injected routes. Asthma consultations include allergy assessment, investigation of difficult to manage asthma, with access to full lung function testing, bronchial hyper-reactivity testing and full imaging services.
Research interests
Professor Robinson completed his MD research with Professors Barry Kay and Stephen Durham at the National Heart and Lung Institute and was awarded the Ralph Noble prize for his MD in allergic asthma from Cambridge University. He has combined basic and clinical research with clinical medicine, publishing over 70 research papers in journals such as the Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine and Journal of Experimental Medicine, including the most highly cited paper on asthma in the last 15 years. He was awarded a Wellcome Trust Fellowship in 2001. His experience as director of the St Mary's Allergy Clinic combined with leading the specialist difficult asthma service at the Royal Brompton Hospital has confirmed his recognition as an international authority in allergy and asthma.
Professional memberships
• FRCP
British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology
• British Thoracic Society
• American Thoracic Society
WHERE I WORK
Private hospital/Private clinic
Chase Lodge
Address
Page Street
Mill Hill
City/Town
London
County
Greater London
Postcode
NW7 2ED
Professor Douglas Stewart Robinson
Page Street Mill Hill
London
NW7 2ED
United Kingdom
Private practice tel:
07988 697318
Call for appointments:
07988 697318