Academic Background

After medical training at University of Oxford (1989-92), Graham Ogg undertook junior medical posts in Oxford and London. He returned to Oxford for his DPhil (1996-1998) and was later appointed as a Junior Research Fellowship at Christ Church and MRC Senior Clinical Fellow. He is now an Associate Senior Research Fellow at Christ Church and an MRC Programme Leader. As well as running the Cutaneous Immunology laboratory at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, he has been a consultant dermatologist at the Churchill Hospital since 2001.

Undergraduate Teaching

Graham Ogg teaches the clinical medical students during their dermatology attachment as well as participating in Christ Church medical student teaching. He is also on the steering group for the University of Oxford MSc Integrated Immunology and is a module leader and lecturer on the course.

Research Interests

The aim of his research group is to understand the role of human cutaneous immune cells in mechanisms of disease, treatment and vaccination. He also sees patients with skin disease, in particular those with eczema, urticaria and allergies.

Publications include

Co-author on many journal articles and in addition has been recent Co-Editor of the Clinical and Experimental Dermatology journal, Dermatology and Immunology Section Editor of the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, and is the current Associate Editor of a new edition of Rook’s Textbook of Dermatology and is on the Editorial Board of Clinical and Development Immunology journal.


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