Dr Edward Banham-Hall
Dr Banham-Hall is a consultant in acute and general medicine working at Addenbrookes Hospital. He holds a PhD in immunology from the University of Cambridge, having studied the role of cell signalling in sepsis and vaccine responses. He co-discovered a new cause of immunodeficiency called APDS and subsequently became Principal Investigator in a phase 2 clinical trial for patients with this condition. More recently he has become one of only six people to have ever passed the Diploma in Human Pharmacology and is now an MHRA-approved investigator for First Time in Human clinical trials of Investigational Medical Products. He now works in the design, conduct and analysis of experimental medicine studies and early phase clinical trials.