Dr David Game is a leading consultant nephrologist based in London who specialises in transplantation, dialysis and chronic disease of the kidney. He is additionally expert in hypertension as well as acute kidney injuries and kidney stones.
Dr Game studied for a bachelor’s degree in pharmacology at the University of Cambridge before qualifying in medicine at the University of Oxford in 1996. He was later awarded the prestigious Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) fellowship and additionally completed a PhD in transplant immunology at Imperial College London. Following further specialist training on the esteemed North Thames rotation, he was appointed as a consultant at Guy's Hospital in 2009, where he continues to see private patients. He additionally sees private patients at HCA at the Shard and the Lister Hospital in central London.
Dr Game is a leading name in medical education and has been an honorary senior lecturer at King’s College London since 2015. Prior to this, he was a clinical lecturer at Imperial College London, based at the Hammersmith Hospital for several years and was also voted Guy's Teacher of the Year by the establishment’s junior doctor trainees. Additional to his teaching roles, Dr Game continues to be an active researcher in transplant immunology. He was the principal investigator in a highly anticipated €14 million clinical trial of cell therapy for transplant tolerance which was funded by the EU.