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Dr James Dodd
Dr Dodd is clinical lead for the complex airways disease service (Severe Asthma & COPD) at the North Bristol Lung Centre, Southmead Hospital. He completed a PhD at St George's University of London before taking up an NIHR clinical lecturer at the University of Bristol. He was appointed consultant & honorary senior lecturer in Respiratory Medicine Southmead Hospital & University of Bristol in 2015.
Respiratory research interests include: i) Genetic epidemiology of lung health and multi-morbidity ii) cognition and brain pathology in COPD iii) interdisciplinary research into breathlessness. Dr Dodd has been awarded an Medical Research Council CARP fellowship and research funding from the British Lung Foundation and Wellcome Trust. He is also principal investigator on a number of clinical trials for patients with COPD & Asthma.
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