Concurrent Speaker - Int:
David R. Mole, FRCP

Professor of Renal Medicine
Nuffield Department of Medicine
University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom

David Mole is currently an NIHR Research Professor and Honorary Consultant Nephrologist in the Nuffield Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford. He undertook his medical training as a graduate student at King’s College, London and at Southampton University having previously studied Natural Sciences (Physics and Theoretical Physics) at Cambridge University. He completed his SHO training in General Medicine in Stoke-on-Trent before moving to Reading and Oxford for his higher specialist training in Nephrology and General Medicine. During this time he was awarded a Wellcome Trust Clinical Training Fellowship, leading to a DPhil on the “Analysis of the HIF-pVHL interaction,” which helped to define the nature of cellular oxygen sensing and to illuminate the molecular mechanisms of kidney cancer. Since then he has continued his interest in this field, holding the positions of Clinical Lecturer, Wellcome Trust Intermediate Fellow, and HEFCE Clinical Senior Lecturer alongside his NHS role as a Consultant Nephrologist. He has recently been awarded a highly prestigious NIHR Research Professorship to continue his work on hypoxia pathways in kidney cancer and their application to clinical medicine.


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