Dr Alexander Hamilton
Academic Clinical Fellow
RILD Building 2.22
Alex is a clinician specialising in Nephrology and General Medicine. He is an Academic Clinical Fellow (ST5), supervised by Andrew Hattersley and Coralie Bingham. His academic clinical fellowship has led to the award of the Tony Wing Paediatric and Young Adult Nephrology fellowship examining the outcomes of adults with a childhood onset of renal failure which will be undertaken from August 2014, based at the UK Renal Registry and the University of Bristol.
BSc (Hons) 2005, Imperial College London
MBBS (Distinction in Clinical Sciences) 2007, Imperial College London
MRCP (UK) 2010, Royal College of Physicians
MRCP (Nephrology) 2013, Royal College of Physicians
2007 - 2009: Foundation Training, Torbay Hospital
2009 - 2011: Core Medical Training, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
2011 - 2020: Specialist Training in Nephrology and General (internal) Medicine, Peninsula/Severn Deanery
2014 - 2018: PhD (Tony Wing fellowship), UKRR and University of Bristol
Atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome
Exploring the phenotype of the HNF4A R76W mutation and demonstrating this is a mutation specific effect.
Examining the prevalence of the Complement Factor H mutation c.3643C>G; p.Arg1215Gly in healthy Devon subjects as well as dialysis patients.
Contribution to Nicholas Evans' patient journey article on Mushroom poisoning causing irreversible renal failure.
Co-author of a review article on HNF1B.
Alex is involved in teaching the medical undergraduates during their acute kidney injury week.