Guy Scadding is a clinical research fellow undertaking a PhD at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London.
Guy studied medicine at Somerville College, Oxford and Imperial College London. He undertook training in general medicine at St Mary's Hospital and Northwick Park Hospital before becoming a specialist registrar in Allergy at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
His clinical interests include food and drug allergy, rhinitis and rhinosinusitis. He has given talks and lectures in the UK and Europe, including on MSc Immunology and Allergy courses. He helps organise and chair meetings of the London Allergy Club - a forum for allergy case presentations and discussion (all welcome!).
He is currently an Imperial Wellcome Trust clinical research fellow undertaking research into the mechanisms of grass-pollen induced allergic inflammation and the effects of specific allergen desensitization.
et al., 2023, Nasal and blood transcriptomic pathways underpinning the clinical response to grass pollen immunotherapy, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Vol:152, ISSN:0091-6749, Pages:1247-1260
et al., 2022, Neutrophil Extracellular Traps in Asthma: Friends or Foes?, Cells, Vol:11
et al., 2022, Allergen provocation tests in respiratory research: building on 50 years of experience, European Respiratory Journal, Vol:60, ISSN:0903-1936
et al., 2022, Optimal tests for predicting the outcome of oral food challenges to hazelnut, walnut and cashew in clinical practice, WILEY, Pages:1006-1006, ISSN:0954-7894
Stoenchev K, Scadding G, Durham S, 2022, Case report: Immediate hypersensitivity to chloroxylenol and chlorocresol, WILEY, Pages:1011-1012, ISSN:0954-7894