Dr Martin James
Martin James has been a Consultant Hepatologist & Gastroenterologist at Nottingham University Hospitals’ (NUH) NHS Trust since September 2008. After 2 postgraduate years training in South Africa, he completed UK clinical training, including an MRC Clinical Research Fellowship and PhD in 2006. He then undertook 18 months sub-specialty training in transplant hepatology & ERCP at Australian National Liver Transplantation Unit, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney, during the time of the humbling 5-0 Ashes whitewash.
Since appointment at NUH in September 2008, he has focused on the management of liver and biliary diseases with a range of expertise including hepatology, biliary endoscopy (EUS & ERCP) and emergency gastroenterology including acute GI bleeding.
From 2009-15, he was StR training lead for gastroenterology and endoscopy, and continues to develop innovative endoscopy training workshops in the UK, Europe and Myanmar with support from the BSG International Awards programme. From November 2010-16 he was chair of the Mid Trent hepato-pancreatobiliary cancer multidisciplinary (HPB MDT) service and is currently Clinical Lead for Gastroenterology & Hepatology at Nottingham University Hopsitals’ NHS Trust.
Dr James is an active clinical researcher and is one of the principal investigators in the National Institute of Health Biomedical Research Centre at Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre (NIHR BRC), Nottingham. His research interests include management and consequences of decompensated chronic liver disease, HPB endoscopy and upper GI bleeding.