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Mr Somaiah Aroori:

I did my postgraduate studies in general surgery at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India in 1999 before coming to the UK. I did my basic training and MD at Belfast before joining the south west higher surgical training rotation in August 2011.  I also worked in the liver transplant unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and the transplant unit at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge before coming to Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust as a HPB and Transplant Consultant in 2011.
 
General areas of expertise:
 Complex hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeries
 General surgery
 Renal and liver transplants
 
Particular areas of expertise:
 Laparoscopic liver and pancreatic surgery
 Lapaoscopic bile duct exploration
 Inguinal hernias
 
Special interest in teaching and training
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Mr Chris Briggs:

I qualified from the University of Sheffield medical school at the turn of the millennium. I trained in general surgery in the South Yorkshire region and spent two years in Leicester studying for a research MD into the invasive properties of colorectal cancer cells which have implanted in the liver.
 
I then sub-specialised in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic surgery, working on the Sheffield liver and pancreatic unit for two and a half years and subsequently spent a year at the Leeds liver transplantation centre. I completed my training here in Plymouth as a Senior Fellow.
  
General areas of expertise: General abdominal surgery; Hernia surgery; Minimally invasive surgery

Particular areas of expertise: Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery including gallstones, liver, biliary and pancreatic cancer; Severe necrotising pancreatitis
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Mr David Stell:

I graduated from Glasgow University and completed my surgical training in Glasgow; I have also worked in the liver transplantation unit at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Birmingham.
  
Areas of Expertise: General abdominal surgery; Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery; Liver cancer surgery: for liver cancers and liver metastases

Specialist Interest: Liver cancer surgery; Liver transplantation
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Mr Matthew Bowles:

I graduated from St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London in 1986 and did my surgical training in London and South East England. In 1999 I was awarded a Master of Surgery degree for research into small bowel transplantation.
 
In 2001 I was appointed as consultant liver transplant surgeon at King’s College Hospital, London, where at various times I was Clinical Director for Surgery, Surgical Tutor and Foundation Training Programme Director.
  
I moved to Derriford in September 2009, shifting my focus from transplantation to cancer surgery. In addition to my surgical practice, I am currently Director of Medical Education at Derriford and an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
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