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Dr Robert Boyle
MB ChB; PhD
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About

Dr Robert Boyle is a specialist consultant Paediatric Allergist working in the NHS at St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. He also sees private patients at the New Malden Diagnostic Centre and The Harley Street Clinic Children's Hospital. 

As an experienced paediatric specialist, Dr Boyle sees a vast array of different medical issues related to allergies affecting children. He has particular interests in food allergy, eczema, anaphylaxis, asthma, drugs and insect stings. Using his experience working with children and families, Dr Boyle worked alongside the Anaphylaxis Campaign to set up a network of support groups for parents of food allergic children.

Dr Boyle attended Medical School in Bristol, graduating in 1995 and then completed specialist training at Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham; Great Ormond Street Hospital, London and The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.  

After completing his PhD in Melbourne investigating strategies for allergy prevention he continued his interest in research and has published a wide range of research in international journals as well as winning several awards. He is a Clinical Senior Lecturer, Director of Paediatric Research and Clinical Reader at Imperial College London.

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Medical Procedures

  • Allergen desensitisation
  • Skin patch testing
  • Skin prick testing
  • Allergy-related blood tests
  • Immunotherapy
  • Food provocation

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Special Interests

  • Food allergy
  • Eczema
  • Hayfever
  • Asthma
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Drug allergies
  • Insect sting allergies
  • Hayfever

Education

MB ChB University of Bristol 1995

MRCPCH Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health 1998

PhD University of Melbourne 2009

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