Dr Louise Fleming is a Honorary consultant in paediatric respiratory medicine.
Dr Louise Fleming completed her undergraduate degree in medicine at the University of Manchester in 1996 before moving to London for clinical training in paediatrics, this included included an 18-month fellowship placement in The Gambia.
Dr Fleming then went on to complete postgraduate research at NHLI and the Royal Brompton Hospital. Here she carried out a randomised controlled trial investigating the use of inflammatory markers to guide management in children with severe asthma leading to the award of an MD degree.
She is the clinical lead for asthma at the Royal Brompton where she has developed the difficult asthma protocol and the National Registry for children with difficult asthma.
Dr Fleming has been an invited speaker at national and international conferences including the European Respiratory Society congress.
She teaches on the Imperial College London allergy MSc course and is a personal tutor for Imperial College medical undergraduates.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB ChB 1996 University of Manchester
Specialist Register entry date
Paediatrics From 25 Nov 2008
British Thoracic Society
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
European Respiratory Society
British Paediatric Respiratory Society
International Child Health Group
Academic Paediatric Association
European Academy of Clinical Allergy and Immunology
Royal Society of Medicine (president-elect of the Paediatrics and Child Health Section)