Hassan Z Malik MBChB; FRCS; MD is a Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon and Clinical lead for Digestive surgery at University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, U.K. Appointed in 2007, he has introduced complex hepatobiliary surgical techniques within the unit. These include vascular resections and the use of veno-veno bypass. He has a personal experience in excess of 300 liver resections. Areas of clinical interest include the management of Cholangiocarcinoma; colorectal liver metastases; Hepatocellular carcinoma; retroperitoneal sarcoma and gallbladder surgery. Mr Malik has also led development of an active research programme that has links to University of Liverpool; the Liverpool CRUK Trials Unit; MRC center for drug safety; Royal Liverpool University hospital; Clatterbridge and the Christie hospitals. He is currently supervising a number of PhD and MD students. Areas of research interest include analysis of biomarkers for chemotherapy associated hepato-toxicity; predictors of tumour response to chemotherapy in mCRC and development of iPS (induced pluripotent stem) cells from human hepatocytes. Mr Malik is a member of the NCRN Upper Gasterointestinal and Hepatobiliary subgroups as well as an active member of a number of professional associations.
Biography Updated on 21 May 2012