Associate Professor Paul Gow
Associate Professor Paul Gow has worked for more than 20 years as a Gastroenterologist and Liver Transplant Specialist at the Austin Hospital and now works in private practice at 18 Martin Street, Heidelberg. Paul investigates and treats all gastroenterological disorders and has particular interest in liver disease (viral hepatitis, fatty liver disease and auto-immune liver diseases).
Paul graduated from Monash University Medicine with honours and completed his Gastroenterology Training at the Austin Hospital in 1998. Following this he subsequently completed an MD in liver physiology through Melbourne University.
In 1999/2000 Paul undertook fellowships in liver disease initially at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford UK and subsequently at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham UK.
Paul has more than 170 peer reviewed published research articles in Gastroenterology and has been involved in the supervision in many PHD projects.
He is also the author of a book entitled "Liver Better Life". The book debunks common misconceptions and offers an in-depth insight into how your liver functions and the steps you can take to improve your liver health. It is published by Pan-MacMillan. Liver Better Life can be purchased on line in hard cover, soft cover or electronic version:
Paul has more than 20 years' experience as a specialist Gastroenterologist and is committed to excellence in patient centered care.