Professor John Bradley CBE is Consultant Renal Physician and Director of Research and Development at Cambridge University Hospitals, where he is also Director of the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre. He completed undergraduate medical training at Nottingham University and trained in renal medicine in Cambridge, before completing research fellowships at Harvard, Yale and Cambridge Universities.
He is Regional Specialty Adviser in Renal Medicine, Programme Director for Renal Medicine in the Eastern Deanery, member of the Joint Committee on Renal Disease and the Department of Health’s Renal Advisory Group, Special Adviser to Kidney Research UK and President of the Nephrology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine. He leads the NIHR BioResource, and is co-Chair of the NIHR Rare Diseases Translational Research Collaboration, and co-Director of the Cambridge-Yale research collaboration. He is Director of Studies in Medicine at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, and has written five textbooks on pre-clinical and clinical medicine. As a NIHR Senior Investigator he leads a research programme in vascular biology, with a focus on TNF signaling in the microvasculature. He is Editor of the British Journal of Renal Medicine.