Dr Samuel Kemp completed his undergradute studies in 2001 from University of London. Following that, he completed his speciality training in Respiratory Medicine and also an MD on bronchoscopic lung volume reduction in severe emphysema, before taking up a Consultant post in the East Midlands, where he set up an interventional bronchoscopy service. He is a Consultant Respiratory Physician currently working at the Royal Brompton Hospital since 2015.
Samuel holds a specialist interest in lung cancer, interventional bronchoscopy, COPD, severe emphysema, cancer and lung nodules, pleural disease and interventional pulmonology. His research is focused on developing new advanced bronchoscopic techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer, and interventions for severe emphysema (including lung volume reduction therapies) and airways disease. He also has an interest in respiratory physiology, including diving medicine.
MB BS (2001) - University of London