For the last 15 years Dr Paul Warwicker has worked as a Consultant Nephrologist to the Lister Renal Unit in Stevenage. We are a large renal department, providing renal services to a population of 1.3 million people in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and part of Essex. We are proud of our reputation as a true multi-disciplinary, patient centred and innovative unit. For five years Dr Warwicker was Clinical Director, and has recently stepped down to concentrate on clinical work.
Dr Paul Warwicker basic medical degree was at St Bartholomew’s medical school (Barts) in the City of London, where he was awarded the Wix and Bentley medical prizes. Dr Warwicker renal (kidney) training was undertaken in London, Brighton, Middlesbrough and Newcastle upon Tyne. He undertook research into atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome (aHUS) in the 1990s with Professor Tim Goodship, gaining an MD. Our work was the first to uncover the cause of this serious condition.