After medical school in Oxford and London, and speciality training in England and New Zealand, Dr. Lambie was appointed as a consultant nephrologist in the UK in 2011. Following completion of his PhD on the role of inflammation in PD, he is also a Reader in Renal Medicine at Keele University. His current roles include Training Programme Director for the Academic Foundation Programme in the West Midlands, and Co-chair of the Midlands Kidney Network and he teaches on a variety of national and international courses.

His research spans translational and epidemiological approaches to dialysis medicine, including the role of inflammation and peritoneal membrane in patient outcomes, and he is a co-investigator in Inter-CEPt and national CI for P-DOPPS in the UK. He is chair of the UK PD Clinical Studies Group, and has been on committees for Kidney Research UK, the UK Kidney Research Consortium and he co-chairs the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis International Study Committee.