Simon Taylor- Robinson is a hepatologist at St Mary’s hospital in London. He became Professor of Translational Medicine in 2007 at Imperial College. From September 2010 to September 2013, he was appointed Clinical Consul (formerly known as Dean), with a view to academic and educational standards. He sat on various Faculty-level management committees.
He currently heads the Translational Research Facility at the St Mary’s Campus of Imperial College London.
Simon has strong connections with Africa and Asia, having conducted research and clinical work in many African countries and developed partnerships in Nigeria, Senegal, Gambia, Egypt, Ghana, Tanzania, Thailand and Bangladesh.
Among others, he was awarded the Sir Francis Avery Jones Gold Medal by the British Society of Gastroenterology in 1999 and Linacre Lectureship of the Royal College of Physicians in September 2000.
He published more than 260 publications.