Dr Darius Armstrong-James is an Honorary Consultant Physician in infectious diseases and medical mycology who practices at Wimpole Street and the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS trust. He holds a specialist interest in fungal diseases.
Dr Armstrong-James graduated from the University of Southampton in 1996 and went on to complete his specialist training in London and also achieved a PhD in fungal virulence at Imperial College, London. Following this, he undertook an MRC Clinician Scientist fellowship at Imperial College and founded the medical mycology service at Imperial College NHS trust. He has been based at the Royal Brompton for 4 years, where he runs the fungal diseases services and leads the diagnostic mycology service.
Outside his practice, Dr Armstrong-James is extremely experienced and renowned in fungal diseases and holds numerous key positions in European and Global organisations and regularly organises international meetings. He has extensively published in peer-review journals and is involved in the development of new fungal diagnostics and immunotherapies for fungal diseases. Dr Armstrong-James is also a clinical senior lecturer in respiratory fungal diseases at the National Heart and Lung Institute.
BM University of Southampton - 1996
MSc Molecular Biology
PhD Imperial College, London