Graham Foster

Graham Foster
PhD FRCP
Professor of Hepatology, Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Queen Mary University London (QMUL). Consultant Hepatologist, Royal London Hospital in East London.
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Dr. Foster is a Professor of Hepatology at the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science in Queen Mary University London (QMUL). He is also a member of the Department of Health’s Hepatitis Advisory Group and of UK-based clinical practice committees. Dr. Foster’s interest lies on the immunomodulatory effects of interferon-α subtypes and the effects that HCV has on this. He is also studying the management of chronic viral hepatitis C infection and runs a clinical research program studying the natural history of viral hepatitis, its impact upon patients and their communities and novel therapies for this disease.
He is involved with work strand 7: Clinical Implementation of the STOP-HCV consortium. The work strand 7 develops predictive models that will be used to identify those HCV infected patients who will develop complications of liver cirrhosis so that they can be prioritised for therapy and lead to effective treatment in the clinic. Professor Foster is the sub-editor of the Journal of Viral Hepatitis and has published widely in the field of viral liver disease.
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