Professor Margaret Johnson is a leading Consultant in Respiratory Medicine and has over 20 years experience working in the field. Professor Johnson practices at the Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust and the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth where she provides a fully comprehensive service in the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory problems. Presently, she is the Clinical and Medical director of the Respiratory Unit at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in addition to being a Trustee Board Member.
After graduating from the University of London, Professor Johnson undertook specialist training in General Medicine, Respiratory Medicine and HIV Medicine. She has a distinguished research career and received a Personal Chair in Medicine at University College London, she is currently the Senior Chest NHS Physician at the Royal Free Hospital and is the Clinical and Medical Director of the Respiratory Unit of St John and St Elizabeth. In addition, she is the elected Academic Vice President at the Royal College of Physicians and is the current academic vice president at the Royal College of Physcians.
Please note that Professor Johnson also has a distinguished background in HIV medicine. She was a founder member of the British HIV Association and a previous President. She has also undertaken pioneering research into respiratory problems within the HIV population.