Dr Catherine Stroud is a Consultant Immunologist and Clinical Lead at Newcastle’s Royal Victoria Infirmary specialising in allergic disease and urticaria, hereditary angioedema and C1 inhibitor deficiency, primary immunodeficiency and transition from paediatric to adult services.
Having attended Medical School at the University of Sheffield, Dr Stroud completed pre-registration training in Sheffield. Her post-graduate medical SHO training was in Newcastle before taking a registrar post in Immunology based in the Royal Victoria Infirmary. During this post she completed a Certificate in Clinical Education and she continues to teach undergraduates in the Medical and Dental School.
Dr Stroud was appointed as Consultant Immunologist in October 2009 and carries outpatient clinics specifically advising on the management of allergy, urticaria and angioedema, primary and secondary immunodeficiency and investigation of vasculitis. A particular clinical interest is hereditary angioedema.
Dr Stroud is also involved in managing the UKAS accredited Immunology Laboratory at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, as well as supporting Immunology laboratory services for County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust.Clinical Immunology and Allergy Service