Professor Mark Hull

Professor of Molecular Gastroenterology and Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist

0113 343 8650

Summary: Professor of Molecular Gastroenterology and Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist

Location: Wellcome Trust Brenner, St James’ University

Teaching Commitments: Postgraduate research training. Clinical teaching

Overview

Mark Hull PhD FRCP is a Clinician Scientist and Consultant Gastroenterologist with a research interest in the molecular basis of colorectal carcinogenesis and colorectal cancer prevention. He trained in Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and Medicine at the University of Oxford. His PhD studies investigated the cell biology of gastric ulcer healing at the University of Nottingham. He has previously been awarded MRC Clinician Scientist and Senior Clinical Fellowships. He has been awarded the Linacre Medal by the Royal College of Physicians of London and the President’s Medal by the British Society of Gastroenterology.

His laboratory uses the full spectrum of translational cancer research methodologies from basic molecular and cell biology through to Phase II biomarker clinical studies and Phase III randomised controlled trials.