Having been born and brought up in Portsmouth, I completed my undergraduate training at St. George’s Hospital Medical School in 2001, then my Specialist Training in the South West Thames region in 2013. This included a year at the Liver Unit at King’s College Hospital, as well as a period of research at St. George’s University of London, resulting in numerous publications. My overall training also included nearly two years of Intensive Care Medicine.
Research areas have included a three-year period of research into the potential use of probiotics in preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhoea and other complications in elective surgical operations. I was also involved in research into Clostridium difficile infection, liver disease and cirrhosis, as well as surgical outcomes in intensive care, along with prognostic factors following liver transplantation, resulting in a number of research publications.
I was appointed as a Consultant in Gastroenterology at St. Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, in October 2013.
- British Society of Gastroenterology
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
- General Medical Council (Registration Number 6027380
Having moved down from London, my interests include the local countryside and any form of sport, whilst much of my time is taken up with my young family.