Karl Marlowe, Medical Director
Dr Karl Marlowe joined the Trust in April 2018. Karl trained at Liverpool Medical School, Barts and The Royal London, Maudsley Hospital and Guys and St Thomas Hospitals, with postgraduate qualifications from UCL and the Institute of Psychiatry, as well as the Said Business School at Oxford University.
Dr Marlowe was Clinical Director of Adult Mental Health at East London NHS Foundation Trust. He is also Group Chair of the Social Interest Group (a not-for-profit organisation set up to enrich and extend opportunities for people facing social and health challenges). Karl recently worked as liaison psychiatrist for renal medicine at Royal London Hospital, providing mental health input to patients undergoing dialysis or awaiting a kidney transplant.
Karl lectures at Queen Mary, University of London (medical school) and City and University of London (nursing school).
Dr Marlowe was born and raised in the Caribbean, and has worked in Bermuda and New Zealand as well as the UK.