Professor Salama qualified from Oxford University and The Royal London Medical School. His training in Medicine and Nephrology was at Guy’s and The Hammersmith Hospitals. He completed a PhD at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School and a post-doctoral fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.
He was an NIHR Clinician Scientist at Imperial College London before taking up his current post in the Centre for Nephrology at University College London.
He runs the vasculitis and glomerulonephritis clinic at the Royal Free Hospital and his research interests are in understanding immune regulation as it applies to systemic vasculitis, immune mediated kidney diseases and transplantation.
He has been involved in numerous clinical studies investigating pathogenesis and novel treatment strategies for patients with systemic vasculitidies. He has co-founded a national UK and Ireland Vasculitis registry and is running a NIH trial investigating immune tolerance in systemic autoimmune disease.