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 is still involved in teaching, holding several posts, and was voted "Guy's teacher of the year 2012" by the junior doctors. His research into transplant immunology is ongoing - he is Principal Investigator in a €14 million clinical trial of cell therapy for transplant tolerance, funded by the EU.