Dr Till specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic disease in adults and adolescents including allergic rhinitis (hay fever), asthma, food allergy, anaphylaxis, urticaria (hives), angioedema, bee/wasp venom allergy and drug allergy.
At Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals Dr Till is clinical lead in Adult Food Allergy. He is also a recognised expert on immunotherapy (desensitisation with allergy vaccines), having published extensively in this area and spoken at many national and international meetings.
Dr Till is experienced in sublingual immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and together with a specialist allergy dietitian is able to provide advice for patients with intolerances and irritable bowel syndrome.
In 2009 he was winner of the World Allergy Organisation Henning Løwenstein Award for his research in allergy, particularly immunotherapy.
Dr Till graduated as a scholar from Oxford University before graduating with further degrees from Imperial College London and University College London. He is one of a handful of Allergy consultants to hold GMC specialist certification in Allergy, having completing 5 years of postgraduate training at the internationally renowned Allergy Department of the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. Whilst working at the Brompton he was co- recipient of a national award for service innovation after setting up a mutidisciplinary adult food allergy clinic.
Dr Till is also a Senior Lecturer in Allergy at King's College London Medical School where he teaches medical and postgraduate students and conducts Allergy research, particularly in the areas of immunotherapy and food allergy.