BiCARB Study - Does oral sodium bicarbonate therapy improve function and quality of life in older patients with chronic kidney disease and low-grade acidosis?

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

 
 
 
 

 

 

           

Dr Neill Duncan , Consultant Nephrologist, Biography

 

Dr Neill Duncan trained at Barts, London with intercalated BSc in human anthropology at University College, London. He is a fellow of Royal College Physicians and tutor on RCP Educators Course. He is pursuing an MSc in leadership RCP.

Expertise

Haemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, general nephrology, adult polycystic kidney disease, renal stones, renal transplantation, low renal clearance care

Research in patients with established renal failure with specialist interest in cardiovascular complications including recent work in coronary artery disease, stroke and vascular access and the effect of geometry and flow on fistula function.

Dr Neill Duncan Principal Investigator: Contact 020 3313 5171

Ms Audrey Hau, Research Nurse:  Audrey.Hau@imperial.nhs.uk  Contact: 020 331 31928

Address:  Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Renal Medicine and Transplantation, Hammersmith Hospital, Hammersmith House, 2nd Floor, Room 229, Du Cane Road, London, W12 0HS