Dr Girish Gupte is a Consultant Paediatric Hepatologist at Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital NHS Foundation trust since 2004 and is the Clinical Lead for the Intestinal Transplantation service and Metabolic liver disease service. He did his undergraduate and postgraduate training in Paediatrics in Mumbai, India and came to the UK for further training in 1995. He did his initial training in various parts of the country and did his specialist training in Paediatric Hepatology at Birmingham Children's Hospital from 2001-2004.
His main areas of interest are non-invasive markers of rejection in liver and/or intestinal transplantation, quality of life following transplantation, antibody mediated rejection in liver and /or intestinal transplantation, nutrition in liver and/or intestinal transplantation.
He has delivered lectures nationally and internationally on various topics related to liver diseases and intestinal transplantation. He has organised postgraduate courses at national and international level, study days to further knowledge about management of paediatric liver disease and intestinal transplantation
He is currently on the ESPGHAN Hepatology Committee (2016-) and has been in Executive committee (Treasurer BSPGHAN 2014-2017) and also served on the council of IRTA (Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Association 2009-2013), past chair of NITE (Network for Intestinal failure and Transplantation in Europe). He is deputy chair of the MCTAG advisory group for NHSBT and is keen to promote organ donation within various communities.
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and having a good laugh with his friends over a glass of...