Gasointestinal and Liver Disorders Theme Lead
Guru Aithal is Professor of Hepatology and the Head of the Division for the Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre and Deputy Director of Nottingham Molecular Pathology Node.
Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences in the University of Nottingham
Professor John Atherton's main research interests are in the virulence of the stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori, in the pathogenesis of peptic ulceration and gastric adenocarcinoma, and in the role of H. pylori in modulating other diseases. He supervises both laboratory and clinical research.
Professor of Gastroenterology, University of Nottingham
Professor Robin Spiller is a past editor of Gut (2003-2009) and member of the Board of the Rome Foundation (2000-2015), he twice edited the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) Guidelines for the management of IBS.
Professor of Metabolic Physiology at the University of Nottingham
Professor Ian MacDonald's current research concerns the metabolic aspects of diabetes and obesity, including the effects of diet composition and weight loss, and the impact of diet on carbohydrate and lipid metabolism and the influence of physical activity and inactivity (including immobilisation) in obesity and diabetes.
Director of the Nottingham's BBSRC/EPSRC Synthetic Biology Research Centre (SBRC)
Professor Nigel Minton has previously spent 25 years in the applied environment of the Department of Health Centre for Applied Microbiology and Research (CAMR), Porton.
Clinical Associate Professor in Hepatology at the University of Nottingham
Dr Neil Guha trained at Guy's and St Thomas's Hospital and began his postgraduate career in hepatology at St Mary's Hospital, London. His doctoral thesis, awarded by the University of Southampton, focused on non-invasive biomarkers of liver fibrosis.
Associate Professor in Gastroenterology at the University of Nottingham
Dr Gordon Moran is an academic gastroenterologist with a special interest in the clinical management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Professor in Gastrointestinal MRI in the Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre
Dr Luca Marciani graduated in Physics at the University of Genoa in Italy. He then worked in Milan and London before joining the University of Nottingham where he was awarded his PhD in Physics at the Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre.
Professor of Epidemiology and Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist at the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Joe's main research interest is in using linked electronic health datasets to carry out clinically relevant epidemiological studies.
Professor of Medicine and Honourary Consultant Physician & Gastroenterologist at the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Professor Yash Mahida's research and clinical interests are in acute and chronic inflammatory diseases of the intestine, with a specific focus on C. difficile infection and inflammatory bowel disease.
Professor Jonathan Ball co-ordinates an international translational hepatitis C virus (HCV) research program.
Karen's research group is mostly focused on the human bacterial pathogen Helicobacter pylori, which is the main cause of stomach ulcers and gastric cancer.
Associate Professor of Surgical Epidemiology and Honorary Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at the University of Nottingham
Dr David Humes is Associate Professor of Surgical Epidemiology and Honorary Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at the University of Nottingham.
Associate Professor of Gastroenterology at the University of Nottingham and clinical lead for the Functional Gastroenterology Unit at the Queen's Medical Centre
Dr Maura Corsetti graduated in Medicine and obtained her Specialization (2000) and PhD (2004) at the Universita degli Studi di Milano in Italy.
Dr Tim Card studied medicine in Bristol, and received his postgraduate medical training in Leicester and Oxford. He completed a PhD in Nottingham, and after completion of his clinical training returned as Clinical associate Professor.
Professor of Gastrointestinal Surgery at the University of Nottingham and Consultant Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgeon at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Professor Dileep Lobo qualified from Bangalore University, India and has trained as a surgeon in Chandigarh, Nottingham and Leicester.
Professor of GI Endoscopy, Head of Endoscopy Service and Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Nottingham University Hospitals
Professor Krish Ragunath is the BSG International Secretary, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and London. His clinical and research interests include advanced endoscopic imaging of the GI Tract, in particular Barrett's oesophagus and minimally invasive endoscopic therapy of early GI neoplasia.
Professor Penny Gowland develops Magnetic Resonance techniques to enable us to perform completely novel, non-invasive investigations into human biology for biomedical applications.
Professor Sue Francis' research has centered on developing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) methods for biomedical applications, over the last 15 years in this field. This has included the application and development of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) techniques in neuroscience, and the development of quantitative MRI methods.
Professor and Honorary Consultant in Virology at the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Professor Will Irving currently chairs the national Viral Hepatitis Strategy Group, having previously chaired the Department of Health Expert Advisory Group on Hepatitis and is also a member of the UK Government Advisory Committee on the Safety of Blood, Tissues and Organs (SaBTO).