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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr James Andrew Robinson at Spire include:
I qualified at Oxford University in 1989 and worked in Oxford before returning to North West. I was trained in the North West region and took time out to undertake a PhD funded by the Medical Research Council in 1999. I was appointed as a Consultant at Hope Hospital in the Gastroenterology department.
In 2001, I became an honorary clinical lecturer at Manchester University and I am also the lead tutor for undergraduate gastroenterology teaching at Hope Hospital.
Inflammatory bowel disease
Special Clinical Interests: Colitis, Crohn's disease, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Functional bowel disorder, Iron deficiency anaemia, Rectal bleeding
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Honorary clinical lecturer, Salford Royal Hospital, SalfordBack to top
I have five children aged between nine and twenty four. I am a keen walker particularly with my dog and I am generally an outdoor person. I also enjoys quizzes, mental challenges and gardening.Back to top
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