Roles and subjects
Professor Christopher Winearls is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford and Emeritus Fellow and former Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Medicine at Jesus College.
MBChB (Cape Town), D.Phil. (Oxon), FRCP
I qualified in Medicine in 1973 from University of Cape Town, before becoming a Rhodes Scholar at Keble College from 1975-8. I obtained my D.Phil. in Transplant Immunology in the Nuffield Department of Surgery, supervised by Professor Sir Peter Morris, FRS. I undertook specialist training in nephrology at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School London 1982-1988. I am now Associate Professor of Medicine, Oxford University and a retired Consultant Nephrologist at the Oxford Kidney Unit Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (1988-2019). Elected FRCP 1992.
Formerly: Clinical Medicine – nephrology; Examiner Final BM.
Myeloma kidney; CKD; Anaemia of renal disease; Formerly Examiner Graduate Entry; Royal College of Physicians.
Polycystic Kidney Disease, Myeloma, Erythropoietin Iron metabolism in haemodialysis, Chronic Kidney Disease epidemiology.
Family and hobbies
Married to Beryl, a science school mistress and four sons – two medics, a vet and a chemistry school master. Gardner – Roses, dinghy sailor, very amateur historian, walking my spaniel.
Clinical Director Oxford University Covid-19 Early Alert Service (2021)
Member of Council of Medical Defence Union
Expert Witness in nephrology
Trustee Oxford Kidney Unit Trust Fund
Subject notes for courses taught at Jesus College:
See also Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine website.