Dr Theresa Hydes MBBS BSc PhD
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Hepatology Cardiovascular & Metabolic Medicine
- Work email Theresa.Hydes@liverpool.ac.uk
Theresa Hydes is an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Hepatology working at the University of Liverpool and a Gastroenterology trainee at Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. She graduated from Imperial University in 2007, then moved to Wessex to undertake foundation year and core medical training, and started her speciality training in Gastroenterology. In 2013 Theresa undertook a PhD in liver immunology focusing on the innate immune system which was funded by an MRC clinical fellowship award. She then completed an advanced training number in hepatology at Southampton and Cambridge NHS Trusts.
Theresa's current research interests is metabolic associated liver disease including patient pathways, early disease detection and multimorbifity. She is undertaking a number of clinical and epidemiological projects in this field and has achieved over 30 peer-review publications in high impact journals.
Theresa is an associate editor for the journal Addiction and an abstract reviewer for EASL. She is also a member of the British Liver Trust Clinical Advisory Group. She sits of the Athena Swan SAT committee.
Prizes or Honours
- Frontline Gastroenterology Editor’s Prize ‘Best patient benefit in gastroenterology’ (British Society for Gastroenterology, 2017)