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Date: 31 July 2014

Time: 10:24

Consultant directory

With so many consultants, all with special interests, we appreciate it can be difficult for GPs to make the right referral choice, and it can be confusing for patients.

This consultant directory is offered as an easy reference guide to the specific clinical services and interests of all the consultants working at or for University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

Browse by category results: liver surgery

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4657
    • Extension: 14657
    • Fax: 0121 414 1833
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    Mr John Isaac

    Mr John Isaac, Consultant Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon

    Specialising in complex liver and pancreas surgery as well as transplantation, his other work interests include laparoscopic surgery and the education of undergraduate and postgraduate trainees. He also has an interest in developing teaching methods.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4654
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    Mr Ravi Marudanayagam

    Mr Ravi Marudanayagam, Consultant Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery and Multi-Organ Retrieval Surgeon

    Graduated from Pondicherry University, India, 1995. Obtained Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons, 2001. Specialist Surgical training at West Midlands. HPB and Transplant Fellowship at Royal Free Hospital, London. Specialises in HPB Surgery.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 6144
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    Dr Hynek Mergental

    Dr Hynek Mergental, Consultant Liver Transplant and Multi-Organ Retrieval Surgeon

    Graduated from Charles University, Prague in 2000. Specialist training in multi-organ transplantation and HPB surgery. Awarded PhD in experimental surgery. Clinical interests: adult liver transplantation and management of hepatocellular carcinoma.

    • Secretary: 0121 697 8391
    • Extension: 14644
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    Mr Darius F Mirza

    Mr Darius F Mirza, Consultant Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon

    Clinical interest in the surgical management of liver, pancreatic and biliary disease, primary and secondary liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, and adult liver transplantation.

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    Mr Paolo Muiesan

    Mr Paolo Muiesan, Consultant Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon

    Graduated in Italy in 1985; research focuses on liver transplantation, adult and paediatric, living donor, split and auxiliary liver transplantation. He developed one of the largest programmes of liver transplantation from donors after cardiac death.

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    Mr Thamara Perera

    Mr Thamara Perera, Consultant Liver Transplant and Multi-Organ Retrieval Surgeon

    Graduated in Sri Lanka in 1999, obtained the Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons in England. Research interests include marginal liver grafts, metabolomics and the study of biomarkers predictive of graft function following liver transplantation.

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    Mr Keith Roberts

    Mr Keith Roberts, Consultant Hepatobiliary and Pancreas Surgeon

    Completed training in liver and pancreas surgery at Birmingham and Leeds. Interests in pancreas and liver diseases. PhD in the role of iron in carcinogenesis. At QEHB I have developed a method to predict risk of pancreatic fistula following surgery.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4657
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    • Fax: 0121 414 1833
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    Mr Robert Sutcliffe

    Mr Robert Sutcliffe, Consultant in Hepatobiliary Surgery and Multi- Organ Retrieval

    Graduated from Cambridge University, 1995. Specialist surgical training at King's & Royal London Hospital. Awarded MD for research in hepatocellular carcinoma. Clinical/academic interests are surgical oncology, perioperative care, minimal access HPB.