Facebook Pixel Code
Co-Creators
Co-Creators

PeLTQL Collaborators

Dr. AD Headshot

Dr. Anil Dhawan, MBBS, FRCPCH

  • Dr. Dhawan is the Director of Paediatric Liver Gastroenterology and Nutrition Center at King’s College Hospital and is a visiting Professor of Paediatric Hepatology at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. His primary interests are in hepatocyte transplantation for the treatment of acute liver failure and inborn errors of liver metabolism.

Dr. RT headshot

Dr. Rachel Taylor PhD

  • Dr. Taylor is Senior Research Fellow on the Cancer Clinical Trials Unit and Director of the CNMR at University College London Hospitals. Her primary interest is in adolescent quality of life.

Dr. NY Headshot

Dr. Nada Yazigi, MD

  • Dr. Yazigi is the Medical Director of Pediatric Liver Transplantation at the Georgetown University Medical Center Transplant Institute. Her primary interests include liver transplantation, acute liver failure, and immune liver disorders.

Dr. MS Headshot

Dr. Michael Stormon, MBBS, FRACP

  • Dr. Stormon is a physician at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane, Australia, and a lecturer at the University of Sydney. His interests are in pediatric gastroenterology.

Dr. Looi Ee, MBBS

  • Dr. Ee is a pediatric gastroenterologist at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in South Brisbane. Her primary interests lie in children who require long-term tube feeding, transplantation and hepatology.

Dr. David Nicholas, PhD

  • Dr. Nicholas is a social worker and Associate Professor with the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Alberta and a Research Affiliate at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Centre. His primary interests include psychological outcomes and intervention research related to children, youth, and families affected by illness and disability

Dr. Susan Gilmour, MD

  • Dr. Gilmour is the director for the pediatric liver transplant program at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Alberta and associate professor at the University of Alberta. Her primary interests include growth and development, and health-related quality of life in children following transplant.