Dr Robert Baker


Dr Baker, Robert

Dr Robert Baker lectures at Peninsula Medical School in Devon and was previously Specialist Registrar in microbiology at King’s College Hospital and he trained as a Consultant in infectious diseases at the Royal Free Hospital.  He has been a columnist and contributor to The Independent, The Spectator, Sunday Express, Evening Standard, The Guardian, Daily Mail and Radio 4’s Broadcasting House and the World Service.  He is the author of the medical textbook Atlas of Differential Diagnosis in HIV and popular science titles Epidemic: The Past, Present and Future of the Diseases that Made Us and Quiet Killers: The Fall and Rise of Deadly Diseases.