Dr Peter Eddowes is a clinical research fellow in the Centre for Liver Research. He is currently studying for an MD. His research focuses on the assessment and staging of chronic liver disease with various imaging modalities.
MRCP (UK), Royal College of Physicians, 2009
MBChB (with Honours), University of Birmingham, 2005
Peter Eddowes first came to Birmingham to study medicine in 2000. He graduated with honours in 2005. He undertook medical training jobs in the West Midlands before relocating to Nottingham in 2007. There, he continued his medical training focusing on hepatology. He returned to The University of Birmingham in 2013 to study for an MD.
His research interest is the non-invasive assessment of liver disease. His current work primarily focuses on the use of MRI in the diagnosis and staging of chronic liver disease.
Liver disease, non-invasive assessment, MRI
Investigator on studies assessing imaging modalities such as MRI and Fibroscan in the assessment of chronic liver disease.
Honorary Specialist Registrar to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Liver Unit