Professor John Lambert is an Infectious Diseases Consultant at the MMUH and Professor at UCD School of Medicine with over 25 years’ experience working in HIV, Hepatitis C, STI, and other disease areas. Trained in the USA and UK, he worked for 6 years in Baltimore at the Johns Hopkins Institutes and the University of Maryland Institute of Human Virology, where he developed skills in vaccinology, HIV, and International Health. Professor Lambert holds consultant specialty certifications in adult and pediatric infectious diseases, general medicine and in sexual health. As lead of the National Isolation Unit of Ireland from 2010-2018, he has managed all emerging infections, including Ireland's Ebola effort, and has taken a clinical lead at the MMUH on the management of COVID-19. He has led HepCare Europe, a 1.8 million euro project aiming at improving the elimination of HCV in the European Union and co-funded by the European Third Health Programme. Most recently he has been in receipt of an HRB supported Long COVID grant and has published on his experience in managing patients from the LC clinic at the Mater.
Long COVID: Pathogenesis, and Treatment Options, Including Low Dose Naltrexone