Warwick S. Selby
Warwick S. Selby is a graduate of The University of Sydney. He was trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, at the Royal Free Hospital in London, and at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He earned the M.D. degree from The University of Sydney in immunology of the small intestine, specifically intestinal lymphocytes and their microenvironment. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians. His current appointment is as a Senior Visiting Medical Officer at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia, where he serves also as the Director of Endoscopic Services. He works as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Central Clinical School, The University of Sydney. His clinical and research interests are in the management of inflammatory bowel disease and the investigation and treatment of small bowel disorders, particularly using capsule endoscopy and balloon-assisted enteroscopy.
Biography Updated on 16 May 2011