Doctor Kevin Mortimer
Co-opted member (PATS MECOR)
Reader in Respiratory Medicine, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Kevin Mortimer went to medical school at the University of Cambridge and then trained in General Internal Medicine and Respiratory Medicine in Nottingham. He did a PhD at the University of Nottingham where he subsequently took up a Clinical Lecturer post, developing his interest in clinical trials and airways diseases. He moved to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in 2011 as Senior Clinical Lecturer.
He is now Reader in Respiratory Medicine at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and an Honorary Consultant in Respiratory Medicine at Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is acting Director of the Collaboration for Applied Health Research and Delivery (CAHRD), co-lead of the LSTM-Lancaster University Doctoral Training Partnership in Global Health, co-Deputy Director of the NIHR Unit on Lung Health and Tuberculosis Research in Africa and Pan African Thoracic Society (PATS) Methods in Epidemiologic, Clinical and Operations Research (MECOR) Programme Director.