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ISSN 2476-1966

Journal of Immunobiology
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Thomas G Bird

Thomas G Bird
Thomas G Bird
Senior Clinical Research Fellow
Honorary Consultant in Hepatology
Wellcome Trust


Dr. Thomas G Bird qualified in Medicine from Oxford in 2002. He is now an Honorary Consultant Hepatologist in the Scottish Liver Transplant Unit in Edinburgh. He gained a PhD (2011) studying liver regeneration with Professors Forbes and Iredale investigating stem cell mediated liver regeneration and has published high impact papers on the role of liver progenitor cells in regeneration. He is currently a Wellcome Trust Clinical Intermediate Fellow based at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research. In addition to his research in liver regeneration he leads research to optimise the use of serum biomarkers in hepatocellular carcinoma surveillance.

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Dr. Thomas G Bird research interest includes Hepatocellular carcinoma biology, Hepatocellular carcinoma mouse models, Hepatocellular carcinoma screening, Liver transplantation, Liver regeneration, Liver stem cells, Liver stem cell niche biology, Cellular therapy for chronic liver disease and Cellular senescence.

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The Evolution of the Use of Serum Alpha-fetoprotein in Clinical Liver Cancer Surveillance

Sarah-Louise Kelly and Thomas G Bird
Short Communication: J immuno Biol 1: 116
DOI: 10.4172/2476-1966.1000116
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