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M. Thirumala Krishna

Training Programme Director and Chair

Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy

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Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy

Background Information

Employment History

Consultant Immunologist and Allergist

Heartlands Hospital


Position, Clinical Leads

IQAS


Lead Physician

England NHS Foundation Trust


Affiliations

The British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology

Standardsof Care Committee Member


University of Warwick

Honorary Fellow


University of Birmingham

Honorary Senior Lecturer


Education

Ph.D.


Web References(11 Total References)


Standards of Care Committee

Present members are: Andrew Clark (chair), Liz Angier, Nicola Brathwaite, Tina Dixon, Stephen Durham, Pamela Ewan, Sophie Farooque, Anthony Frew, Rubaiyat Haque, Thirumala Krishna, Susan Leech, David Luyt, Rita Mirakian, Shuaib Nasser, Richard Powell, Helen Smith, Steven Till.
Dr M. Thirumala Krishna Thirumala Krishna (TK) is lead physician for National Audits and has carried out major projects for Standards of Care Committee including audits on diagnosis and management of hymenoptera venom allergy, beta-lactam allergy and survey of practice and safety of allergen-specific immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis. He is lead author of BSACI guidelines for hymenoptera venom allergy and has co-authored guidelines on beta-lactam allergy and allergen specific immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis. His main clinical and research interests include characterisation and risk factors for anaphylaxis, hymenoptera venom allergy, safety aspects of allergen-specific immunotherapy, drug allergy and innovation of new cost-effective methods of provision of allergy services in UK. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals, contributed to book chapters and served as sole editor for a text book on Anaphylaxis. He has represented BSACI and RCP for Multiple Technology Appraisal for NICE on Venom Immunotherapy and is a co-opted member for NICE drug allergy guideline development group. He is member of national Clinical Reference Group for specialised services in Immunology and Allergy and will be taking over in 2014 as Chair of National Allergy Services Accreditation Programme. He is lead Physician for Allergy service in Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Training Programme Director and Chair of Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy in West Midlands Deanery. He is Honorary Senior Lecturer in University of Birmingham and Honorary Fellow in University of Warwick and is actively engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.


Standards of Care Committee

Present members are: Andrew Clark (chair), Liz Angier, Nicola Brathwaite, Tina Dixon, Stephen Durham, Pamela Ewan, Sophie Farooque, Anthony Frew, Rubaiyat Haque, Thirumala Krishna, Susan Leech, David Luyt, Rita Mirakian, Shuaib Nasser, Richard Powell, Helen Smith, Steven Till.
Dr M. Thirumala Krishna Thirumala Krishna (TK) is lead physician for National Audits and has carried out major projects for Standards of Care Committee including audits on diagnosis and management of hymenoptera venom allergy, beta-lactam allergy and survey of practice and safety of allergen-specific immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis. He is lead author of BSACI guidelines for hymenoptera venom allergy and has co-authored guidelines on beta-lactam allergy and allergen specific immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis. His main clinical and research interests include characterisation and risk factors for anaphylaxis, hymenoptera venom allergy, safety aspects of allergen-specific immunotherapy, drug allergy and innovation of new cost-effective methods of provision of allergy services in UK. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals, contributed to book chapters and served as sole editor for a text book on Anaphylaxis. He has represented BSACI and RCP for Multiple Technology Appraisal for NICE on Venom Immunotherapy and is a co-opted member for NICE drug allergy guideline development group. He is member of national Clinical Reference Group for specialised services in Immunology and Allergy and will be taking over in 2014 as Chair of National Allergy Services Accreditation Programme. He is lead Physician for Allergy service in Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Training Programme Director and Chair of Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy in West Midlands Deanery. He is Honorary Senior Lecturer in University of Birmingham and Honorary Fellow in University of Warwick and is actively engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.


SOCC members

Dr M. Thirumala Krishna
Thirumala Krishna (TK) is lead physician for National Audits and has carried out major projects for Standards of Care Committee including audits on diagnosis and management of hymenoptera venom allergy, beta-lactam allergy and survey of practice and safety of allergen-specific immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis. He is lead author of BSACI guidelines for hymenoptera venom allergy and has co-authored guidelines on beta-lactam allergy and allergen specific immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis. His main clinical and research interests include characterisation and risk factors for anaphylaxis, hymenoptera venom allergy, safety aspects of allergen-specific immunotherapy, drug allergy and innovation of new cost-effective methods of provision of allergy services in UK. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals, contributed to book chapters and served as sole editor for a text book on Anaphylaxis. He has represented BSACI and RCP for Multiple Technology Appraisal for NICE on Venom Immunotherapy and is a co-opted member for NICE drug allergy guideline development group. He is member of national Clinical Reference Group for specialised services in Immunology and Allergy and will be taking over in 2014 as Chair of National Allergy Services Accreditation Programme. He is lead Physician for Allergy service in Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Training Programme Director and Chair of Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy in West Midlands Deanery. He is Honorary Senior Lecturer in University of Birmingham and Honorary Fellow in University of Warwick and is actively engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.


SOCC members

Dr M. Thirumala Krishna
Thirumala Krishna (TK) is lead physician for National Audits and has carried out major projects for Standards of Care Committee including audits on diagnosis and management of hymenoptera venom allergy, beta-lactam allergy and survey of practice and safety of allergen-specific immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis. He is lead author of BSACI guidelines for hymenoptera venom allergy and has co-authored guidelines on beta-lactam allergy and allergen specific immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis. His main clinical and research interests include characterisation and risk factors for anaphylaxis, hymenoptera venom allergy, safety aspects of allergen-specific immunotherapy, drug allergy and innovation of new cost-effective methods of provision of allergy services in UK. He has published several papers in peer reviewed journals, contributed to book chapters and served as sole editor for a text book on Anaphylaxis. He has represented BSACI and RCP for Multiple Technology Appraisal for NICE on Venom Immunotherapy and is a co-opted member for NICE drug allergy guideline development group. He is member of national Clinical Reference Group for specialised services in Immunology and Allergy and will be taking over in 2014 as Chair of National Allergy Services Accreditation Programme. He is lead Physician for Allergy service in Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust and Training Programme Director and Chair of Specialist Training Committee for Immunology and Allergy in West Midlands Deanery. He is Honorary Senior Lecturer in University of Birmingham and Honorary Fellow in University of Warwick and is actively engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.


BSACI Beta-lactam/Penicillin Allergy

R. Mirakian, S. C. Leech, M. T. Krishna, A. G. Richter, P. A. J. Huber, S. Farooque, N. Khan, M. Pirmohamed, A. T. Clark and S. M. Nasser


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