Dr Kevin Loudon
Dr Kevin Loudon obtained his MBBS in 2008 and completed his specialist medical training in renal and internal medicine in the East of England Deanery. He became a Consultant Nephrologist in 2021 with a sub-speciality interest in transplantation and immune-mediated kidney disease. He spent a year as a clinical research fellow funded by the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust / Isaac Newton Trust before commencing his PhD at the Molecular Immunity Unit, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology funded by a Kidney Research UK Clinical Training Fellowship with Professor Menna Clatworthy. His research has focused on bladder and kidney-resident innate immunity and its role in defence against infection and in tissue repair. He is currently a Tutor and Director of Studies in Medicine (pre-clinical) at St Edmunds College.