Biography



Miriam Levy

Department Head
Liverpool Hospital

A/Professor Miriam Levy is a staff specialist and Department Head at the Gastroenterology and Liver Department, Liverpool Hospital. A/Prof Levy completed her medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 1990 (Hons Class 1). In 1996, she was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP), and received her gastroscopy and colonoscopy training recognition from the Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA) Conjoint Committee. Following this, she achieved a Doctor in Philosophy 2001 University of Sydney Dissertation: “Role of Fibroblast Activation Protein and other members of the oligopeptidase family in human cirrhosis”.

A/Prof Levy is actively involved in clinical research, including international and national sponsored and investigator led clinical trials. Her investigator led research has addressed clinical questions in viral hepatitis and liver disease and includes work presented in 45 peer reviewed publications, H index 15 and 1300 citations. Her focus in Hepatitis B and C and liver cancer reflects the significant morbidity and mortality from these conditions in her local community due to the extraordinarily high local prevalence. Her clinical expertise includes hepatitis B and C, multidisciplinary management of liver cancer, management of acute gastrointestinal emergencies and related hospitalisations, colon cancer surveillance, evaluation of gastrointestinal symptoms and management of chronic liver disease.


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