Christopher W. McIntyre
Christopher W. McIntyre, M.B.B.S., D.M., is an Associate Professor and Reader in Vascular Medicine School of Graduate Entry Medicine and Health, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, Uk. McIntyre graduated in medicine (1990) from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (London University, London, UK). Specialising in renal disease, McIntyre was initially a registrar at the University College Hospitals in London prior to becoming a Lecturer in nephrology at The Royal London Hospitals (1995–1999), where he completed an additional period of research into uraemic bone. This was followed by appointment as Consultant Renal Physician at Derby City General Hospital. In 2006, he was subsequently appointed Associate Professor and Reader in vascular medicine (University of Nottingham). McIntyre leads a team of multidisciplinary researchers focussed largely on the pathophysiology of the widespread abnormalities of cardiovascular function and body composition in chronic kidney disease patients. These studies include basic clinical science, natural history studies, and the development and application of novel therapeutic strategies. These studies have increasingly focused on the adverse consequences resulting from dialysis therapy itself. McIntyre has authored over 80 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and invited reviews in the last 5 years. He is coeditor, and contributing author, of the upcoming edition of the OUP’s Landmarks in Nephrology as well as being a contributing author to a variety of text books, including ‘Brenner and Rector- The Kidney’. He is an Advisor for the UK-based National Institute of Clinical Excellence, Deputy Director of the Centre of Integrated Systems Biology and Medicine (University of Nottingham) and current Honorary President of The Association of Renal Technologists.
Biography Updated on 14 March 2011