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John Richard Bradley

John Richard Bradley, British hospital administrator, researcher. Recipient Milne Muerhke award, Kidney Foundation, 1996; grantee, Medical Research Council, since 2002; scholar, Yale University School Medicine, 1991-1992; National Kidney Research Fund fellow, Cambridge University, 1993-1998. Member of Royal Society Medicine (council member section nephrology since 2002), Royal College Physicians (joint committee renal disease).

Background

Bradley, John Richard was born on March 28, 1958 in Nottingham, England. Son of Frank Leonard and Joan Mary Bradley.

Education

Bachelor of Med Science, Nottingham University, 1979. Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Science, Nottingham University, 1981. Doctor of Medicine, Nottingham University, 1990.

Master of Arts, Cambridge University, 2000.

Career

Director of renal medicine Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, England, since 1996, director research & development, since 1999. Director studies medicine Trinity Hall, since 2001. Senior medical advisor National Kidney Research Fund, England, 2000—2001, trustee, since 2001.

Visiting research associate Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1990—1991.

Membership

Member of Royal Society Medicine (council member section nephrology since 2002), Royal College Physicians (joint committee renal disease).

Connections

Married Jane Alyson Fletcher, July 27, 1985. Children: Emily Charlotte, Dominic Edward.