Professor Suveer Singh is Consultant Physician who specialises in Respiratory and Sleep Medicine at the Royal Brompton and Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust Hospitals, London and is also Professor of Practice in Respiratory and Intensive Care Medicine at Imperial College London. He sees patients privately at a number of locations including The Cromwell, The Royal Brompton Hospital, London Bridge Hospital, Lister, One Welbeck Clinic and the Chelsea Outpatients Centre.
Professor Singh is experienced at treating general respiratory disorders and his clinical and research interests include Cough, Breathlessness, Pneumonia, Sleep Apnoea, Insomnia, Asthma, Lung Cancer, Nodules, Emphysema and COPD, Bronchoscopy (EBUS), Respiratory Infection and Post Intensive Care Disorders and Acute and Chronic Respiratory Failure.
He is the Lead Clinician for Sleep Medicine, and Non-invasive Ventilation and also the Lead for Perioperative Respiratory Assessment. He is a former Director of Clinical Studies for undergraduate medicine, a College Tutor in Respiratory and Intensive Care Medicine, a former Secretary of the British Thoracic Society Interventional Pulmonology Special Advisory Group, a NICE representative for Asthma guidelines, and a Director of the Bronchoscopy in Intensive Care-Acute Care (BriC-BrAC) and Faculty of the International Advanced Bronchoscopy Course (Royal Brompton Hospital).
He is an active Clinical Teacher (undergraduate and postgraduate) and an examiner for the Royal College of Physicians and Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and international Fellowship programmes.
Professor Singh is also an active clinical researcher, as a principal and co-investigator for multicentre trials of early diagnostic markers in pulmonary infection and sepsis, and bronchoscopic lung volume reduction in COPD and he supervises BSc, MSc, PhD and MD Fellows involved in academic research.
He is lead Editor for the Oxfird Textbook of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine.
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