Austin Acheson is a colorectal surgeon in Nottingham. He is presently ACPGBI Trent Chapter Lead, Member of the Research and Audit committee and a member of Council.
Eva Angenete is an associate professor in surgery and consultant surgeon with focus on rectal and anal cancer at the colorectal unit at Sahlgrenska University Hospital.
Professor Robert Arnott of Green Templeton College, Oxford, is Deputy Chairman of the ACPGBI Patient Liaison Group and a Trustee and Secretary of the Bowel Disease Research Foundation.
Phil is Associate Medical Director, Responsible Officer (Revalidation) and Consultant in Public Health at Leeds Teaching Hospitals and has been in similar roles since 1998.
Rob Bethune is a colorectal surgeon at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital and a clinical advisor to the South West Patient Safety Collaborative.
Mattias Block is a senior consultant surgeon and head of the Colorectal Unit in Östra/Sahlgrenska, Gothenburg, Sweden. His main interests are advanced reconstructive IBD-surgery and laparaoscopic surgery.
Gina Brown is a Radiologist at The Royal Marsden and Imperial College. She developed and validated imaging prognostic factors in colorectal cancer, and post radiotherapy MRI criteria to identify complete responders now being tested in the prospective randomised clinical trial, TRIGGER.
Consultant colorectal surgeon and Professor of Surgery at University of Sheffield. Interests in IBD and pelvic floor surgery. Chair of IBD CAG.
Dermot Burke is a consultant colorectal surgeon and Associate Professor in Clinical Surgery at St James’s Hospital, Leeds. He has an interest in intestinal failure and parenteral nutrition.
Jo Church is chair of ACPGBI’s Patient Liaison Group. She was patient representative on ACPGBI Council, and a member/vice-chair of the Patient Liaison Group, Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Tina Gaarder, PhD, consultant general/upper GI and trauma surgeon, and head of the Department of Traumatology at Oslo University Hospital, one of Europe’s busiest trauma centers.
Pasquale Giordano is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London.
The major area of research is surgical pathophysiology in the patient with colorectal cancer with a focus on perioperative modifiable factors that can affect risk of recurrence.
Najib Haboubi was born in Iraq and has lived in the UK since 1976. He has been an ACPGBI Council member for 21 years, then President of ACPGBI. He has authored and co-authored 3 books, 2 supplements, 140 papers, 25 editorials, 20 chapters.
James Hill is Clinical Professor of colorectal surgery at Manchester Royal Infirmary and Manchester Academic Health Science Centre. He is President elect of ACPGBI.
Charles Knowles is Professor of Surgery at Queen Mary University of London and consultant colorectal surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust. His main interests are the surgical management of benign coloproctological and pelvic floor disorders.
Peter-Martin Krarup is a consultant colorectal surgeon at Zealand University Hospital, Roskilde, Denmark. He is an active member of the database stearing committee of the Danish Colorectal Cancer
Gerald Langman trained as a Histopathologist in Cape Town South Africa before joining the Heart of England Foundation Trust in Birmingham. He is the pathology representative for the ACPGBI.
John MacFie is a colorectal surgeon with a longstanding interest in medicolegal matters. He is current President of the FSSA.
Brendan Moran is a consultant surgeon. He qualified in University College Cork in 1980. He established the peritoneal malignancy programme in Basingstoke, now the largest in the world, and is the lead clinician for the English Significant Polyp Early Colorectal Cancer program.
Pär Myrelid is consultant colorectal surgeon at Linköping University Hospital. He has a focus on IBD and been IBD fellow in Oxford. At present he is president of the Swedish Society for Colorectal Surgeons as well as the Swedish National IBD Registry – SWIBREG.
John Nicholls is emeritus Consultant Surgeon to St Mark’s Hospital and Professor of Colorectal Surgery in Imperial College, London. He is Past President of the ACPGBI and EACP.
Per J. Nilsson
Per J. Nilsson is currently head of Division of Coloproctology at Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden. He has previously been President of the Swedish Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons and is presently President in waiting in ESCP.
Tom Øresland trained at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm. PhD and colorectal training in Gothenburg, left for Oslo in 2007. Presently head of the university campus at Akershus University Hospital. Main research interest in IBD, pouch surgery, pelvic floor problems and diverticular disease
Robin Phillips is a consultant surgeon and Clinical Director at St Mark’s Hospital, and Professor of Colorectal Surgery in Imperial College, London.
Jenny Pipe is a member of the Patient Liaison Group and an elected representative on the Executive Committee of IA, the Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group. She is an IA trained visitor supporting patients pre and post op.
Alison Proudfoot is a Schwartz Community Consultant at The Point of Care Foundation. She been working for over 32 years in the NHS. Alison now supports organisations to create open and compassionate cultures leading to improved staff and patient experience.
Mr Pete Sagar
Pete Sagar trained in Leeds, Liverpool and the Mayo Clinic before joining the staff at St James’s University Hospital, Leeds where he has developed laparoscopic surgery as well as a tertiary practice in advanced/recurrent colorectal cancer.
Asha Senapati is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. Her special interests are cancer, diverticular disease, rectal prolapse, fistula and pilonidal sinus.
Mr Baljit Singh
Consultant colorectal surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer at University Hospitals Leicester. He is active in several UK surgical societies in developing educational and research programmes.
Miss Azmina Verjee
A patient representative with over a decade of experience partnering in clinical research, audit and quality improvement initiatives in both colorectal surgery and gastroenterology.