Terry Cook FMedSci is Professor of Renal Pathology and Deputy Director of the Centre for Complement and Inflammation Research at Imperial College. He is also Consultant Renal Pathologist in the Imperial Academic Health Science Centre. He is Past-President of the Renal Pathology Society.
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