John Feehally is Consultant Nephrologist at Leicester General Hospital, and Professor of Renal Medicine at the University of Leicester. His particular clinical interests are in glomerulonephritis and renal transplantation. His major laboratory research programme is in immune renal disease, especially IgA nephropathy. He was President of the UK Renal Association [2004-2007], and is now President of the International Society of Nephrology [2011-2013].
Prof Chris McIntyre graduated in Medicine from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (London University). Specialising in renal disease, Dr McIntyre was initially a registrar at University College Hospitals in London prior to becoming a Lecturer in Nephrology at The Royal London Hospitals.
Prof 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 have increasingly focussed on the adverse consequences resulting from dialysis therapy itself.
J. Stewart Cameron is Emeritus Professor of Renal Medicine Department of Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation, King's College London (Guy's Hospital). He was President of the International Society of Nephrology from 1993 to 1995. His interests include the growth and formation of science-based studies of the kidney from the eighteenth century onwards.