Professor Dominick Shaw

Professor Of Respiratory Medicine

University of Nottingham

Dominick Shaw is a Professor of Respiratory Medicine specialising in high quality campus to clinic research. His main research interest is in severe asthma, and he has published some of the most highly cited papers in this field over the past 8 years with 2 papers in the top 30 most highly cited asthma publications since 2006. His asthma projects are designed to improve the clinical knowledge and understanding of severe asthma by translating Nottingham’s strengths in respiratory cell biology and MRI imaging into innovative clinical research asking important questions about disease monitoring and management.

Since his appointment as an Associate Professor in 2009 he has obtained £1.2M in grant income as a PI and £20M as a Co-I including funding from NIHR, EU IMI, charities and industry. He is the Nottingham lead in the largest asthma research consortium to date, the international £20M UBIOPRED EU IMI severe asthma project which is defining a phenotypic handprint in chronic severe asthma.

Dominick is an expert in severe and difficult asthma. He lead’s Nottingham’s nationally commissioned difficult asthma service. His research expertise includes clinical trial design, performance, monitoring and data interpretation. In addition he co-leads the medical Informatics work stream at the East Midlands Academic Health Sciences network, and is the medicine divisional co-lead for the Research and Innovation department in Nottingham University Hospitals Trust.