Dr Paul Glynne

Dr Paul GlynneTel: 07892 147 725
Fax: 020 3447 0183
Email: paul.glynne@nhs.net

University College Hospital

General Medicine

Professional background

Paul Glynne is Consultant Physician at UCL Hospitals. Paul studied medicine at University College London, and trained in General Medicine, Nephrology and Critical Care at The Hammersmith and University College Hospitals. He was previously Wellcome Trust Research Fellow at Imperial College London, and awarded a PhD for his work on the pathogenesis of acute renal failure in sepsis. His key interests are in acute medicine, general internal medicine, difficult diagnostic problems, and medical care of the surgical patient. Paul has held a number of senior positions at UCLH including Divisional Clinical Director of Emergency Services (2006 - 2008) and Medical Director (2008 – 2012).

Research interests

  • General medicine
  • Difficult diagnostic problems
  • Hypertension
  • Acute care
  • Medical care of the surgical patient
  • Acute kidney injury

Dr Glynne runs 2 acute and general medical outpatient clinics on Tuesdays (clinic code PAG1B) and Friday (clinic code PAG1E) mornings.


Milkhu CS, Howell DC, Glynne PA, Raptis D, Booth HL, Langmead L, Datta VK. Mass casualty incidents: are NHS staff prepared? An audit of one NHS foundation trust. Emerg Med J. 2008 Sep;25(9):562-4.

Summers S, Glynne PA. Acute Poisoning on the Medical Admissions Unit. Clin Med 2007;7:277-9

Shulman R, Finney SJ, O'Sullivan C, Glynne PA, Greene R. Tight glycaemic control: a prospective observational study of a computerised decision-supported intensive insulin therapy protocol. Crit Care. 2007;11(4):R75.

Singer M, Glynne P. Treating Critical Illness: The Importance of First Doing No Harm. PLoS Med 2005;2:e167

Ng J, Finney SJ, Shulman R, Bellingan GJ, Singer M, Glynne PA. Treatment of pulmonary hypertension in the general adult intensive care unit: a role for oral sildenafil? Br J Anaesth 2005; 94:774-7

Glynne PA, Darling KEA, Picot J, Evans TJ. Epithelial inducible nitric oxide synthase is an apical EBP50-binding protein that directs vectorial nitric oxide output. J Biol Chem 2002; 277:33132-8

Glynne PA, Allen AR, Pusey CD. (eds). Acute Renal Failure in Practice. London: Imperial College Press, 2002

Glynne PA, Lightstone L. Acute Renal Failure. Acute Medicine 2002; 1(1):15-23

Glynne PA, Picot J, Evans TJ. Integrins Influence Renal Tubule 1bCoexpressed Nitric Oxide Synthase and Apical Cell Adhesion Following Cytokine-Induced Injury. J Am Soc Nephrol 2001; 12(11):2370-83

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