Dr. Michael Chapman MBBS, PhD, MRCP
Dr Chapman is a Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist at University College London Hospitals NHs Foundation Trust and the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Foundation Trust.
As well as broad experience in general gastroenterology, Dr Chapman has specialist interests in hepatopancreaticobiliary medicine (disorders of the liver, bile ducts and pancreas). His NHS practice is based at leading endoscopy of liver centres (UCLH and the Royal Free Hospitals) where he performs high volumes of specialist endoscopy of the bile ducts and pancreas (ERCP) as well as general endoscopy including gastroscopy and colonoscopy. Dr Chapman has had extensive research experience in the fields of cancer, pancreatobiliary disease and endoscopy. Teaching interests include faculty membership of nationally accredited ERCP training courses, London Live Endoscopy and hands on training of doctors at the end of their training programme.
- Liver diseases
- Indigestion and abdominal pain (including sphincter of Oddi dysfunction)
- Cancer (liver, pancreas and bowel)
- Colonoscopy (with polypectomy / EMR)
- ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography)
- Sphincter of Oddi manometry
- Endoscopy with X-ray screening for insertion of stents (colon, oesophagus, duodenum, bile ducts)
Qualifications and Accreditations
Dr Chapman trained at UCL Medical School (1991-1997) and completed his Specialist Registrar training in London (Gastroenterology and General (Internal) Medicine, 2010). During this time he undertook a period of clinical and laboratory research towards a PhD investigating novel approaches towards diagnosis of liver and pancreatic cancer (UCL, 2011). He has also completed separate specialist liver training with additional accreditation in Hepatology.