Chris is Professor of Renal Medicine at Oxford University, and is also an Honorary Consultant Physician at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, and a Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford.
He divides his time between outpatient clinics in nephrology, research in hypoxia biology, a project on the application of real-time physiological monitoring to the care of patients on dialysis, overseeing Oxford’s Graduate-Entry Medical Course, running OUCAGS, and being an Associate Dean in HETV.
A cross-sectional study exploring levels of physical activity and motivators and barriers towards physical activity in haemodialysis patients to inform intervention development
DOHERTY A. and PUGH C., (2019), Disability and Rehabilitation
Pugh CW., (2019), JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY, 249, S6 - S6
What lies downstream: Cellular oxygen delivery during hemodialysis.
MacEwen C. et al, (2019), Semin Dial, 32, 232 - 236
Patient-Specific Physiological Monitoring and Prediction Using Structured Gaussian Processes
Zhu T. et al, (2019), IEEE ACCESS, 7, 58094 - 58103
PHD2 inactivation in Type I cells drives HIF‐2α dependent multi‐lineage hyperplasia and the formation of paraganglioma‐like carotid bodies
Bishop T., (2018), The Journal of Physiology