DR. MARINOS PERICLEOUS
Dr Pericleous is a consultant Gastroenterologist with additional accreditations in Hepatology (liver disease) and General Internal Medicine. He currently holds a substantive consultant post at Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust.
He read medicine at UCL and Royal Free Medical School in London. Through his training, he gained experience in the management of all aspects of general gastroenterology, nutrition, gastrointestinal cancers, inflammatory bowel disease and hepatology. He also worked as a senior clinical fellow at the ENETS Centre of Excellence of the Royal Free Hospital and has gained experience in the management of neuroendocrine tumours of the digestive tract. As a higher trainee, he worked at the renowned Sheila Sherlock hepatology and liver transplant centre of the Royal Free hospital, London. Through a national competitive process, he was selected for the national advanced training post in hepatology and trained further at the Institute of Liver Studies of Kings College Hospital, including the Liver Intensive Therapy Unit. He gained further experience in complex hepatology by working at the distinguished liver unit of St. Marys Hospital in Paddington, London and as a visiting fellow at Yale- New Haven Liver Centre, USA.
Dr Pericleous is passionate about research and professional development and studied for a PhD in liver diseases. He has presented his work in various locoregional, national and international meetings. He has authored more than 25 peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Nutrition and Cancer, and is widely published in high-impact journals, including Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology. He has also authored several book chapters in his field. He is currently the principal investigator on several landmark clinical trials.
Dr Pericleous is also a certified Endoscopist and runs weekly diagnostic and therapeutic lists. He is also an endoscopy trainer.