Dr Manu Nayar is Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Freeman Hospital where he specialises in hepatobiliary and pancreatic medicine. His areas of expertise include endoscopic management, ie. therapeutic ERCP and endoscopic ultrasound as well as management of benign (non cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) pancreaticobiliary diseases.
Dr Nayar is well published in peer reviewed journals in this clinical field and he has held the role of Director of endoscopy and the training centre lead at Newcastle Hospitals.
Currently the President of the UK & Ireland Endoscopic Ultrasound society, Dr Manu is also a committee member of the Pancreatic Society of GB & Ireland – the BSG endoscopy section – and the European Endoscopic Ultrasound organisation.
He organises an annual national course for ERCP and EUS for nurses and is the course director the JAG EUS basic skills course.
Dr Manu is also a course director of various national meetings and is a faculty on multiple national live endoscopy events. He is involved in national trials relating to pancreaticobiliary (PB) endoscopy and is well published in this field.Back to the Gastroenterology Service page