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The voice of British Gastroenterology and Hepatology since 1937

The British Society of Gastroenterology is focused on the promotion of gastroenterology and hepatology. It has over four thousand members drawn from the ranks of physicians, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, scientists, nurses and AHPs.
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Latest News and Updates

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June 11, 2024

BASL HEPATOLOGY SERVICES SURVEY 2024

BASL have produced this survey about liver disease service provision in the UK.

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June 03, 2024

Alcohol related LivER disease audit : ALERT - UK

Alcohol related liver disease (ArLD) is the most common cause of liver related morbidity and mortality in the UK, and deaths from ArLD have doubled in the last decade.

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June 03, 2024

Congratulations to the winners of the BSG Research Scholars Award 2024

We are thrilled to extend our congratulations to the winners of this year's BSG Research Scholars Award!

Being a BSG member

Hear from some of our members at our annual conference BSG LIVE’23 as they talk about their highlights of being a BSG member, including the networking and career development opportunities, state-of-the-art educational content offering, joining a community of over 4,000 members, being at the forefront of gastroenterology and hepatology research, and much more.

Meet our Members

Meet Christian Selinger

Meet Christian Selinger

Dr Christian Selinger is currently a Consultant Gastroenterologist and Lead for IBD at St. James’s University Hospital.

Meet Chris Lamb

Meet Chris Lamb

Chris is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals and a Principal Investigator in the Translational & Clinical Research Institute at Newcastle University. He has a speciali

Meet Neel Sharma

Meet Neel Sharma

Neel Sharma has just finished his training in GI Medicine and is now arranging lab placements for students over the Summer.

Meet Helen Griffiths

Meet Helen Griffiths

Dr Helen Griffiths is currently an Advanced Clinical Endoscopist, Decontamination and VCJD advisor to the BSG and incoming JAG Lead Nurse.

Meet Matthew Brookes

Meet Matthew Brookes

Matthew Brookes is a Professor of Gastroenterology at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, and Director of Clinical Research Network, West Midlands.

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