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London Bridge Hospital

27 Tooley Street




Princess Grace Hospital

London Digestive Centre

Welbeck Street



The Sloane Hospital

125 Albermarle Road






t: +44 20 7234 2240



Professor William Alazawi MA(Cantab) MB BChir PhD FRCP

Professor William Alazawi is a Consultant Hepatologist at the Royal London Hospital and Professor of Hepatology at Queen Mary, University of London.  He qualified from Cambridge University and trained at Addenbrooke’s, Hammersmith, Royal London and King’s College Hospitals.  He holds accreditation in Gastroenterology and Hepatology.


William looks after patients with a broad range of liver diseases and abdominal conditions and consults privately at London Bridge Hospital, London Digestive Centre (part of the Princess Grace Hospital) and The Sloane Hospital, either in person or virtually.


His particular areas of interest include abnormal liver tests, non-alcoholic and alcohol-related fatty liver disease, autoimmune liver diseases, iron-related and other metabolic liver abnormalities, viral hepatitis and cirrhosis. He uses state-of-the-art non-invasive techniques to assess the liver and he is a skilled diagnostic upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopist.

Professor Alazawi is an internationally recognised academic and leads a thriving research group which studies the science that underlies liver disease as well as the best ways to assess and treat disorders of the liver. His research is funded by major charities and the Medical Research Council and is published in leading medical journals. He consults and lectures on liver disease internationally. He leads the British Association for the Study of the Liver Special Interest Group in fatty liver disease and is a Clinical Advisor to the British Liver Trust

William is passionate about communicating with the public about his science and about the liver in health and disease.  He is an accomplished public speaker and is often invited to speak around the world to medical and lay audiences alike.  He is often invited to contribute in the lay press with recent articles in newspapers and lifestyle magazines.

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