Group Leader: Professor Amar Paul Dhillon
My interests have included neuroendocrine pathophysiology, melanoma, inflammatory bowel disease and liver pathology.
Currently I am concerned with liver diseases mainly (pathophysiologyof liver transplant rejection, hepatocellular carcinoma, liver fibrosis and viral hepatitis).
Liver pathology (undergraduate and Thames SHO/ST1 School).
Postgraduate hepatopathology teaching courses (eg regional clinical trainees & RCP/RCPath/BASL/BSG/international conferences).
Dhillon A P, Rode J, Dhillon D P, Moss E, Thompson R J, Spiro S G and Corrin B.
Neural markers in carcinoma of the lung. British Journal of Cancer 51, 645-652 (1985)
Dhillon A P, Colombari R, Savage K and Scheuer P J.
An immunohistochemical study of the blood vessels within primary hepatocellular tumours. Liver 12, 311-318 (1992)
Dhillon A P, Sankey E A, Wang J-H, Wightman A K, Mathur S, Burroughs A K and Scheuer P J.
Immunohistochemical studies on the innervation of human transplanted liver. Journal of Pathology 167, 211-216 (1992)
El-Batanony M, Savage K, Jacobs R, El-Refaie A, Brown D, Saleh S M, Raouf A A, Amer K, Dusheiko G, Scheuer P J and Dhillon A P.
HCV-PCR of routinely processed liver biopsies. Journal of Medical Virology 43, 380-385 (1994)
Dhillon A P, Burroughs A K, Hudson M, Shah N, Rolles K and Scheuer P J.
Hepatic venular stenosis after orthotopic liver transplantation. Hepatology 19, 106-111 (1994)