Prof Greg King
Prof Greg King is a clinician-researcher at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Sydney University and Department of Respiratory Medicine at the Royal North Shore Hospital. He is Conjoint Professor of Respiratory Medicine of the Northern Clinical School, Sydney University and Medical Director of the Respiratory Investigation Unit. His expertise includes complex measurements of airway and lung function, including the forced oscillation technique, multiple breath nitrogen washout and 3-dimensional ventilation imaging and CT imaging. He currently supervises 3 PhD students and has supervised 22 students to completion, and Postdoctoral Fellows from science and medical backgrounds. He has a clinical and research interest in asthma, COPD and bronchiolitis in haemopoietic stem cell transplant recipients.
Podcasts | Interviews
The Clinical Takeaway: Severe COPD – O2, surgery, devices
Prof Greg King | Created on 26 April 2022
Podcasts | Lectures
Management of Mild to Moderate Asthma – What’s Changed? What’s Stayed the Same? – Lecture
Prof Greg King | Created on 21 October 2020