Dr Paul Collini


Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine and Population Health

Senior Clinical Lecturer

Paul Collini
Paul Collini
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Dr Paul Collini
Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine and Population Health
L Floor
The Medical School
Beech Hill Road
S10 2RX

For enquiries please contact - ClinMed-Operational@sheffield.ac.uk

I joined the University of Sheffield in 2006 as a Lecturer and Honorary SpR in Infectious Diseases (based at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital).

I qualified from Edinburgh University Medical School in 1998 and my general medical training was at St George's Hospital London.

I was involved in the roll out programme for ARV in Africa, setting up and running a clinic in Ghana from 2003-2005 while a clinical lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

I am currently a Senior Clinical Lecturer.

Research interests

My research interest is in the innate immune response to pneumococcal infection in HIV, with a specific focus on the role of the macrophage. My MRC clinical training fellowship title is `The modulation of macrophage apoptosis during S. pneumoniae infection by HIV-1 or antiretroviral agents´.

I also have an ongoing interest in the roll out of antiretroviral treatment (ART) for HIV in resource-poor settings. Specifically, I continue to follow a closed cohort of Ghanaian HIV patients on ART in collaboration with researchers from the KNUST in Ghana and the James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough and Newcastle University in the UK.


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Journal articles

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Journal articles


  • Dockrell DH, Collini PJ & Marriott HM (2013) Alveolar Macrophages, Mucosal Immunology of Acute Bacterial Pneumonia (pp. 1-48). Springer New York RIS download Bibtex download

Conference proceedings papers


Teaching interests

I am a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and lecture on the MPH and MBChB courses at the University of Sheffield and the DTM&H at the Liverpool School for Tropical Medicine.