About

Dr Gerry Robins is experienced in all aspects of Gastroenterology. He originally trained in the North East, moving to Yorkshire in 1998. From 2001 to 2008 he was a Lecturer at the University of Leeds and has undertaken research and published in the electrogenic causes of diarrhoea, the links between obesity and bowel cancer, and coeliac disease. As part of his training he spent 6 months working at the Liver Transplant Unit in Leeds. He retains a clinical interest in coeliac disease, and work closely with Coeliac UK, being a member of their Health Associates Network. He has all necessary accreditation, and extensive experience in, gastroscopy, enteroscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy (including therapeutics). He has been a Consultant Gastroenterologist at The York Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2008.

He has had a long interest in teaching and holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and holds Honorary Senior Lecturer Status with the Hull and York Medical School.

Currently Dr Gerry Robins is Clinical Lead for Upper Gastrointestinal Cancer and Chair of the Nutrition Steering Group at York.



 Qualifications

MBBS                    University of Newcastle upon Tyne                     1995

MRCP(UK)            Royal College of Physicians                                   1998

MD                         University of Newcastle upon Tyne                     2004

PGCLTHE             University of Leeds                                                2007