Mr Hassan Malik is a Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon at University Hospital Aintree. He obtained his medical degree from Glasgow University in 1992. He was awarded FRCS in 1996 and an M.D in 2000.
He has extensive operative experience having performed in excess of 500 liver resections. In addition he has an interest in retroperitoneal sarcoma surgery. Mr
Malik has introduced complex liver surgical techniques within the unit. These include vascular resections and the use of transplant techniques to facilitate liver resections.
Mr Malik has also led development of an active research programme that has links to University of Liverpool; the Liverpool CRUK Trials Unit; MRC centre for drug safety; Royal Liverpool University hospital; Clatterbridge and the Christie Oncology hospitals. He has supervised a number of PhD and MD students, is the PI of 6 clinical studies and has in excess of 100 publications within his field of interest.
Mr Malik is also chair of the NCRN Hepatobiliary subgroup as well as president elect to the British Association of Surgical Oncology and chair of the membership committee of the European Society of Surgical Oncology.