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Mayur Garg is a Melbourne gastroenterologist, with a wide range of clinical and research interests in all aspects of luminal gastroenterology, including:
· Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD),
· Endoscopy, including bowel cancer screening and removal of large polyps
· Functional gastrointestinal disorders (including irritable bowel syndrome),
· Iron deficiency, and
· Peptic ulcer disease
Mayur graduated with his MBBS from the University of Melbourne in 2003, and has since worked at several of Melbourne’s leading hospitals. He has been awarded a PhD from Monash University which investigated the role of the renin-angiotenin system and vitamin D in IBD, and has won several competitive scholarships in endoscopy and IBD – including the Gastroenterological Society of Australia Endoscopy Fellowship at the world’s leading colonoscopy centre, St Mark’s Hospital in London, and European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation Fellowship (awarded to only two applicants worldwide per year), from 2014-2015.
He is currently Acting Head of Inflammatory Bowel Disease at Royal Melbourne Hospital, Clinical Associate Professor at University of Melbourne, and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Monash University.
Mayur has a passion for excellence in patient care and service quality, and is a believer in patients participating and being empowered in their management. He has published numerous papers in esteemed scientific journals, and maintains an active research portfolio. He is frequently invited to present at local, national and international conferences.
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Clinical Associate Professor, University of Melbourne
18 Jun 2019 → …
Acting Head of IBD, Royal Melbourne Hospital
22 Apr 2019 → …
Consultant Gastroenterologist, Eastern Health
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Prevalence of sucrase-isomaltase genetic hypomorphic variants in patients with irritable bowel syndrome in Australia
1/01/20 → 31/12/20
1/01/19 → 31/12/19
1/03/13 → 31/03/16
1/02/11 → 1/02/14
Segal, J. P., Kayal, M., Ardalan, Z., Garg, M., Sparrow, M. & Barnes, E., 2022, In: Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology. 15, p. 1-3 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Editorial › Other › peer-reviewOpen Access
Lo, S. W., Segal, J. P., Lubel, J. S. & Garg, M., 2022, In: Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets. 26, 10, p. 897-909 13 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review Article › Research › peer-review
Faecal microbiota transplantation for recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection: an Australian experience − effective, safe, yet room for improvementChauhan, A., Apostolov, R., van Langenberg, D. & Garg, M., Jan 2021, In: Internal Medicine Journal. 51, 1, p. 106-110 5 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Lessons From COVID-19, ACE2, and Intestinal Inflammation: Could a Virus Trigger Chronic Intestinal Inflammation?Hanrahan, T. P., Lubel, J. S. & Garg, M., Jan 2021, In: Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 19, 1, p. 206 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Letter › Other › peer-reviewOpen Access
Garg, M., Christensen, B. & Lubel, J. S., Oct 2020, In: Gastroenterology. 159, 4, p. 1623-1624 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Letter › Other › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile