Professor Paul Cullinan is honorary consultant in respiratory medicine. He specialises in occupational and environmental lung diseases.
Cause and distribution of environmentally and occupationally induced asthma, COPD and other respiratory diseases
Effects of these diseases on work performance
Traffic pollution and cardiorespiratory disease
Impact of environmental and industrial disasters on respiratory health and how early life experience can influence asthma
Professor Cullinan trained at Guy's Hospital in London and has worked at Royal Brompton Hospital and Imperial College since the early 1990s.
Professor Cullinan carries out extensive postgraduate teaching both inside and outside the Trust. He also runs workshops on occupational lung diseases, spirometry in occupational health practice and introductory medical statistics twice a year.
He is a member of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council and the Group of Occupational Respiratory Physicians. He also sits on the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP).
The Occupational Lung Disease Service at Royal Brompton Hospital is among the busiest of its kind anywhere in the world. Full information on its clinical and specialist immunological service and its research and teaching activities is available on the department of occupational and environmental medicine website.