Tom Fardon

Systems in Practice Phase Convenor

School of Medicine

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Dr Tom Fardon is a consultant Physician in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine at NHS Tayside, Honorary Reader with the University of Dundee, and Associate Post Graduate Dean for the East of Scotland Region of the Scottish Deanery.  His national roles include chair of the National Advisory Group for Respiratory Medicine, Clinical Lead for the Respiratory Care Action Plan for Scotland, Respiratory Lead for the Scottish Access Collaborative’s Modernising Patient Pathways Program, and Secretary of the Scottish Thoracic Society. 

He graduated from Cambridge University in 1999, and was awarded his MD from Cambridge in 2008, winning the Ralph Nobel Prize for his thesis "Optimising Anti-inflammatory Therapy in Atopic Asthma".

Dr Fardon's clinical interests include difficult to control asthma, cystic fibrosis, non-CF bronchiectasis and chronic bronchial infection.