Dr Elisa Astorri is an Academic Physician Rheumatologist working at Barts Hospital, Queen Mary University, London since 2007.
Dr Astorri is the founder of Rheumatology Harley Street , a private practice specialising in the cure of inflammatory joint disorders and autoimmune rheumatic conditions. She is also Senior Investigator in several Clinical Trials that involve the use of new Biologic treatments in connective tissue autoimmune diseases.
She completed her Specialty training in Rheumatology with Queen Mary University, Barts and The London School of Medicine, London, UK as well as at La Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, magna cum laude. Dr Astorri previously completed a PhD in Rheumatology on Sjögren’s Syndrome at the Experimental Medicine & Rheumatology Department, John Vane Science Centre, William Harvey Research Institute. During her medical career she also trained in French Universities such as the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Bretonneau, Tours and Le Service d’Urgence de la Fondation Vallée, Paris.
Dr Astorri has published several scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals with high impact factor and she is a Member of the IDF.
Primary Medical Qualification
Degree in Medicine from Universita Campus Biomedico di Roma, Italy 2006
Specialist Register entry date
Rheumatology From 08 Feb 2017
PhD in Rheumatology
At the Experimental Medicine & Rheumatology Department, John Vane Science Centre, William Harvey Research Institute in 2011.
Awarded the London “Circolo” Charity Fellowship for 3 years in a row for work on Sjögren’s
Awarded the A.N.N.A. Fellowship for work on Sjögren’s Syndrome (2010).
Awarded the Albert Renold Fellowship - European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (2008).
Independent Doctors Federation (IDF)
Patron of the Prince's Teaching Institute (PTI)