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Adam Fox

Adam Fox
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, London

MA(Hons)Cantab., MSc, MB, BS, DCH, FRCPCH, FHEA, Dip. Allergy

Dr Adam Fox MA (Hons) Cantab., MSc, MB, BS, DCH, FRCPCH, FHEA, Dip. Allergy is a Consultant Paediatric Allergist who is actively involved in cutting edge research and has extensive expertise in the use of new treatments, such as desensitisation, not available outside of specialist departments. Dr Fox has extensive experience in the management of Food allergy, eczema, asthma, rhinitis (hayfever) and conjunctivitis as well as drug and insect sting allergy in children.


He was awarded 'Paediatric Allergist of the Year' in 2007 by Allergy UK. Adam is widely published on allergic disease in both the medical and lay press and has been quoted in numerous newspapers including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal as well as The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The Daily Mail and Daily Express. He has also been interviewed on BBC News, Sky News and regularly lectures around the world.

    Clinical interests

  • As one of the UK's few accredited specialist paediatric allergists, Dr Fox does not look to treat a condition in isolation but looks beyond the presenting problems to consider their underlying cause. He aims to treat the child as a whole, considering how the symptoms and the treatment of one condition will impact those of the others. Dr Fox work in the UK's largest NHS children's allergy service, Guy's and St Thomas and ongoing involvement in academic medicine allows him to bring the most up to date specialist treatments to his patients before they are available outside of the specialist arena.

    Research interests

  • Principle Investigator for Guy's & St Thomas' Hopsital for 2 international multicentre trials: - GAP study - using desensitisation to prevent the development of asthma in high risk allergic children - PAICE study investigating role of pre/probiotics in accelerating tolerance in milk allergic children

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