Charles Pusey is Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Renal Section in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London. He is also Consultant Physician and Lead Clinician in the Renal Directorate at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Charles Pusey is a clinician scientist with a particular interest in autoimmune renal disease, including primary systemic vasculitis. He runs a large multidisciplinary vasculitis clinic, and has made a major contribution to clinical trials in this area. He directs an internationally competitive laboratory research programme studying mechanisms of autoimmunity, inflammation and scarring in glomerulonephritis. He leads the Renal Medicine and Transplantation Research Theme of the BRC and is an NIHR Senior Investigator. He also has an interest in postgraduate medical education, particularly clinical academic training, and was Director of Clinical Academic Training at the AHSC from 2006-2014.
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et al., 2014, Spleen tyrosine kinase inhibition attenuates autoantibody production and reverses experimental autoimmune GN, Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Vol:25, ISSN:1046-6673, Pages:2291-2302
et al., 2009, Experimental Autoimmune Vasculitis An Animal Model of Anti-neutrophil Cytoplasmic Autoantibody-Associated Systemic Vasculitis, American Journal of Pathology, Vol:174, ISSN:0002-9440, Pages:1212-1220