Professor Raj Mookerjee
BSc (Hons) MBBS PhD FRCP
Professor Mookerjee’s clinical and academic interests focus on the complications of chronic liver disease and liver failure.
Professor Mookerjee’s clinical and academic interests focus on the complications of chronic liver disease and liver failure. This includes application of innovative remote monitoring of cirrhosis to provide early intervention, and novel biomarkers and therapeutic applications for liver disease progression, based on many years of research experience and running multi-centre clinical trials. He also provides endoscopic intervention for varices management.
He is part of a committee that has written the European Guidelines for managing advanced cirrhosis, as well as a UK Special Interest Group for managing portal hypertension. He has also served for many years on a National training committee for Hepatology specialism.
Prof Mookerjee’s main interests include cirrhosis management, expertise in portal hypertension, and management of alcohol and fatty liver disease, including novel diagnostics.
NHS and Academic Posts
Professor of Translational Hepatology, University College London
Consultant Hepatologist, Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust, London
Honorary Jens Skou Professor of Hepatology, Aarhus University, Denmark