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Professor Gail Matthews

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Clinical Sciences, Virology, Public Health and Health Services
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Professor Gail Matthews is an Infectious Diseases Physician and Program Head, Therapeutic Research and Vaccine Program at The Kirby Institute, She is also Head of Infectious Diseases at St Vin
Professor Robyn Ward

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Cancer Genetics, Oncology and Carcinogenesis, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Cancer Therapy (excl. Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy)
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Prof Robyn Ward is Director of the Translational Cancer Reserch Network, and a Conjoint Professor in the Prince of Wales Clinical School, UNSW.
Professor Emad El-Omar

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Microbiology, Immunology
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Professor Emad El-Omar is the Professor of Medicine at the St George and Sutherland Clinical School, UNSW Australia, and the Director of the Microbiome Research Centre at St George Hospital, K
Dr Daniel Avraham Lemberg

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Paediatrics, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Allergy, Nutrition and Dietetics not elsewhere classified, Clinical Microbiology
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Dr Daniel (Avi) Lemberg is Head of Paediatric Gastroenterology at Sydney Children’s Hospital and conjoint Associate Professor of the School of Women’s & Children’s Health, UNSW Medicine.
Laterally spreading tumours of the colorectum: an alternative pathway of colorectal cancer development in the Western world

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Colorectal cancer develops from precursors called adenomas. Mostly, these grow out from the wall of the bowel to form polyps, which are easily seen at colonoscopy, and well researched. However, some adenomas are flat, and spread sideways to form laterally spreading tumours (LSTs).