A/Prof Gregor Brown
MBBS, PhD, FRACP
Head of Endoscopy at
The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
A/Prof Gregor Brown is a physician gastroenterologist and Head of Endoscopy at The Alfred Hospital Melbourne. He is chair-elect of the Conjoint Committee for the Certification of Training in GI Endoscopy, sits on the Clinical Advisory Group to the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, and led the review of the ‘Advances in Colonoscopy’ chapter of the current Australian Surveillance Colonoscopy Guidelines. He is a past chair of the Australian GI Endoscopy Association, and remains active in the National Endoscopy Training Initiative. After completing a PhD in Adelaide he spent a year at St Marks Hospital, London, as Endoscopy Fellow. His main clinical interests are luminal gastroenterology and endoscopy including therapeutic gastroscopy/colonoscopy, capsule endoscopy and balloon enteroscopy. He is committed to training and research in colonoscopy technique and advanced polypectomy techniques, as well as coeliac disease, bowel preparation, capsule endoscopy, and device-assisted enteroscopy.