Dr Tim Kendall (BM, PhD, FRCPath)

Senior Clinical Fellow in Pathology; Honorary Consultant Pathologist

Background

Dr Kendall is a Senior Clinical Fellow in Pathology and Honorary Consultant Histopathologist. He obtained his Bachelor of Medicine and Ph.D from the University of Southampton before undertaking post-graduate training in pathology in Southampton and then Edinburgh. He was appointed as an honorary consultant within NHS Lothian in 2011, specialising in liver pathology.

Qualifications

B.Sc. (Hons) Biomedical Sciences, University of Southampton, 1999.

B.M., University of Southampton, 2000.

Ph.D., University of Southampton, 2008.

Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists, 2010.

Responsibilities & affiliations

Committee member and pathology representative, British Association for the Study of the Liver .

Research and Education subcommittees member, UK Liver Pathology Group.

Clinical Trials Workstream member, National Cancer Research Institute Cellular and Molecular Pathology Initiative (CM-Path).

Hepatobiliary subgroup member, National Cancer Research Initiative Upper GI Clinical Studies Group.

Research summary

Dr Kendall is interested in hepatic myofibroblast biology, particular their role in liver scarring and primary and metastatic malignancy. He also undertakes histopathological review and scoring to facilitate translational and clincal research with local, national and international collaborators. He has a particular interest in quantitative and digital pathology in both basic science and clinical research settings.

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