Dr Corne undertook pre-clinical training at Cambridge followed by clinical training at Kings College Hospital. Following this he undertook house officer and senior house officer posts at Kings College Hospital and Guys Hospital, London.
He was a respiratory specialist registrar at Southampton General Hospital where he also completed his respiratory research leading to the award of a PhD. Following a post-doctoral year at Yale University he was appointed as Consultant Physician at the Queen's Medical Centre in February 2000.
He is the lead physician for COPD for Nottingham University Hospitals and works closely with PCTs and their clusters in developing COPD community services and continues to undertake research in COPD. His other clinical interest is asthma, particularly occupational asthma for which he runs a specialist referral service working closely with occupational health.
He has a long-standing interest in postgraduate medical education and is currently Head of the East Midlands (North) Postgraduate Specialty School of Medicine.
Dr Corne sees and treats NHS patients at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre.
Current NHS or research position
Year of first medical qualification
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies
British Thoracic Society
Society of Occupational Medicine