Adam D Barlow, United Kingdom

Consultant Surgeon
Transplant and HPB Surgery
Leeds Teaching Hospitals
I qualified in medicine with honours from the University of Leicester in 2002. Following basic surgical training in the East Midlands I undertook my doctoral research in the Dept of Transplant Surgery at the University of Leicester under the aegis of Professor Michael Nicholson. My thesis, which I was awarded with distinction, investigated the mechanisms of rapamycin toxicity in pancreatic beta cells. During this time I was also involved in work developing ex-vivo normothermic perfusion as a preservation technique for kidneys prior to transplantation. I undertook specialist surgical training in general, HPB and transplant surgery in the East Midlands deanery and subsequently at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge as a Clinical Lecturer in the Dept of Surgery at the University of Cambridge. I took up my current post as a Consultant Transplant and Sarcoma Surgeon at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals in September 2016. Prior to this I worked for a year at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne as a Consultant in HPB & Transplant Surgery. My main research interest is ex-vivo normothermic perfusion for the assessment and preservation of organs prior to transplantation. My clinical interests include all aspects of renal transplant surgery, retroperitoneal sarcoma and general surgery.

Lectures by Adam D Barlow


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