Phil Masson is a consultant nephrologist at the Royal Free Hospital in London, United Kingdom and honorary senior lecturer at University College London. He qualified from the University of Edinburgh Medical School, having undertaken pre-clinical studies at the University of Oxford. He then trained in nephrology and general internal medicine at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and other hospitals throughout south east Scotland.
Phil is well known to many in the kidney community in Australia and New Zealand, having worked in renal units in Wellington and Sydney. He also spent 3.5 years undertaking research at the Centre for Kidney Research at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead under the supervision of Prof Jonathan Craig and Prof Angela Webster. In 2015, he was awarded a PhD from Sydney School of Public Health for his thesis “Improving outcomes for people with chronic kidney disease.”
He now works as a transplant nephrologist in north central London where he is the clinical lead for the living kidney donation programme and the postgraduate education lead for renal training.