Dr Sujoy Khan graduated from the prestigious institution CMC Vellore and then was a resident in Pulmonary Medicine. He subsequently completed his postgraduate training in the United Kingdom and received the MRCP(UK) in 2004. He was selected for the 5-year training in the specialty of Immunology & Allergy at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London with rotation in Midlands deanery and completed CCST Immunology and received FRCPath degree in 2010. The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh conferred the FRCP qualification in 2012.
Dr Sujoy Khan is interested in many aspects of immunoglobulin therapy, such as why some patients get side effects during IVIG therapy, how IgG glycosylation may contribute to efficacy of IVIG therapy, and whether the effective dose of IVIG is dependent on body weight. He is keen to explore the various roles of autoantibodies in autoimmune diseases from identification using routinely available laboratory and research techniques and to translate this into therapeutic options. He is interested in the genetic insights of primary immunodeficiency diseases (particularly common variable immunodeficiency) and into why some patients develop antibody deficiency secondary to immunosuppressive therapy.