Dr David Game is a leading London nephrologist, specialising in transplantation, chronic kidney disease, and hypertension, among others. He has a wealth of experience and training, and is actively involved in research and teaching, keeping his skills and medical knowledge keen and up to date. Dr Game is a graduate of both Cambridge (where he studied Medical Sciences (Pharmacology)) and Oxford (where he studied Clinical Medicine), and later was awarded the prestigious MRC Clinical Training Fellowship, before earning a PhD in transplant immunology from Imperial College London.
Dr Game underwent medical training on the esteemed North Thames rotation, before spending three years as a clinical lecturer at Imperial College London, based at the Hammersmith Hospital. He was appointed as a Consultant at Guy's Hospital in 2009. He is still involved in teaching, holding several posts, and was voted Guy's teacher of the year " by the junior doctors. His research into transplant immunology is ongoing - he was Principal Investigator in a €14 million clinical trial of cell therapy for transplant tolerance, funded by the EU.