Imperial College, London, UK

Dr Duncan qualified from St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, University of London 1995 with distinctions in Pharmacology and Therapeutics and Merit in Medicine and Pathology. During medical school he exercised his interest in Anthropology with an Intercalated BSc at University College London 1992. He gained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians London 1998 with Fellowship awarded 2009.

He became an Associate Fellow Higher Education Academy in 2015 teaching as Royal College Tutor training junior doctors, and was Educational Supervisor of the Year in the Division of Medicine at Imperial College 2019. He co-founded the International Society of Nephrology Sisterhood with a hospital in Colombo, Sri Lanka 2019, with the objective of universal health care. He achieved a Diploma Certificate in Medical Leadership from Birkbeck University 2022.

As a specialist registrar at St Mary’s Hospital, London his research interests were diverse investigating chronic kidney disease in the Indo Asian community, dialysis access and treatment of nephrotic syndrome. He was appointed Renal Consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 2005 and works at Hammersmith Hospital with extensive clinical experience in Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation. He is Clinical Lead and Research Lead for Dialysis. He has Honorary Consultancy at Northwick Park Hospital and the Royal Brompton Hospital.

His current research interests are in stroke and heart disease in patients with renal disease, vascular access for haemodialysis, home haemodialysis, and renal transplant recipients with declining renal function enabling patient choice with 67 published papers