Dr Darius Armstrong-JamesBM MSc PhD MRCP
Dr Darius Armstrong-James is a consultant physician at Royal Brompton Hospital where he treats private and NHS patients.
Dr Darius Armstrong-James studied medicine at the University of Southampton, graduating in 1996.
He completed specialist training in infectious diseases and general medicine in London, during which he completed his PhD at Imperial College London on fungal virulence. He then took up a MRC Clinician Scientist fellowship at Imperial, and during that time, he established medical mycology services at Imperial College Healthcare.
Dr Darius Armstrong-James has been a clinician at Royal Brompton Hospital since 2014. He provides all clinical advice for infectious diseases at the Trust, and runs the fungal diseases service at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
Dr Darius Armstrong-James is a general medicine and infectious diseases physician with a specialist interest in fungal diseases.
He is interested in general and respiratory infectious diseases. He has an international reputation in fungal diseases recognised by positions on a number of key European and global groupings as well as regular organisation of international meetings.
He also leads the diagnostic medical mycology service at Royal Brompton Hospital alongside Dr Silke Schelenz.