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Hypertension, kidney disease, rheumatological and neurological disease, endocrine disorders and thrombosis in pregnancy.
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Dr David Williams is a Consultant Physician at the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and runs the Maternal Medicine service with a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, obstetricians and midwives. He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at The Institute for Women’s Health, University College London (UCL). He trained in renal medicine and general internal medicine before specialising in obstetric medicine and obtained a PhD for research into pre-eclampsia from UCL and previously worked at The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and Imperial College as consultant in Obstetric Medicine.
Specific clinical interests are hypertension, kidney disease, rheumatological and neurological disease, endocrine disorders and thrombosis in pregnancy.
Dr Williams has published widely on pre-eclampsia, kidney disease and other medical disorders in pregnancy. His research team works on improving our understanding of pre-eclampsia and its management. Other research interests include the prediction of a woman’s future health from pregnancy outcome.
He is president of the UK Obstetric Medicine Society and guest editor of a theme issue of The British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology on women’s future health after pregnancy.
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