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Introducing our new BSG Officers

Updated on: 17 May 2022   First published on 06 May 2022

We are delighted to welcome our new officers taking up various roles within the BSG. We will be posting about new officers on this page as they are announced, read more about each of them below.

Latest BSG officer appointments:

  • Deputy Vice President of Hepatology – Dr Coral Hollywood
  • Guidelines Lead – Dr Perminder Phull

Deputy Vice President of Hepatology – Dr Coral Hollywood

Coral HollywoodMy first experience of university was at the age of 30 as a mature student studying medicine at Southampton. I trained in Wessex and then took a consultant post in Gloucestershire to develop their hepatology department in 2012. I joined the Liver section committee in 2014 and have been privileged to continue through different roles since then within the BSG. I have represented my section on the Education committee, putting together RCP education days and the programme committee inviting international speakers. Most lately, I have been the Liver section secretary, working on guidelines, pathways, and seminars. In my own trust, I am clinical lead and represent my region, the West of England, for hepatology research at the national meetings.

 

 


Guidelines Lead – Dr Perminder Phull

Dr Perminder PhullDr Perminder Phull MB BS, MD, FRCP (Lond.), FRCP (Edin.) is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, and honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen Medical School. He is the Clinical Lead for Endoscopy and also for the Bowel Screening Programme in NHS Grampian. His interests include luminal gastroenterology and interventional endoscopy.


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