Dr Malcolm Brodlie is a clinical senior lecturer and honorary consultant paediatric respiratory physician at the Great North Children’s Hospital.
Dr Brodlie trained in Edinburgh and the Northern Deanery. This included being a Cystic Fibrosis Trust/MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow at Newcastle University completing a PhD.
Clinically he works as an honorary consultant paediatric respiratory physician with special interests in cystic fibrosis and cardio-pulmonary transplantation.
Dr Brodlie is a clinical academic at Newcastle University in the Translational and Clinical Research Institute where he leads a research group. In 2015 he was awarded an MRC Clinician Scientist Fellowship.
His research is focused on investigating the pathogenesis of cystic fibrosis lung disease (inflammation and infection) to inform the development of new treatment strategies but also encompasses other aspects of paediatric respiratory research including epidemiology and airway physiology.
Dr Brodlie is a member of the Clinical Academic Office team at Newcastle University, as Director of the North East NIHR Integrated Academic Training Programme for Doctors and Dentists.
He is also Chair of the Joint Research Executive Scientific Committee in Newcastle, an Associate Editor for BMJ Paediatrics Open and member of the UK Cystic Fibrosis Registry Steering Committee.Children's respiratory service