Dr Neil Jackson MB.BS. FRCP

Curriculum Vitae

Dr Neil Jackson was born in Manchester. He was educated at the Manchester
Grammar School.  He  graduated  as a doctor from the Royal Free Hospital
School of Medicine, London, in 1990.

He worked at hospitals in London and Manchester prior to entering higher
specialist training in gastroenterology. He trained at various London
teaching hospitals including Hammersmith Hospital, the Royal Free Hospital
and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

As a clinical research registrar on the Liver Unit at Kings College Hospital
he  gained specialist training in the management of patients with acute and
chronic liver disorders. Whilst  a Clinical Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine at University College Hospitals he continued to develop his interest in the gastroenterology  management of severely ill patients.

In 2003 Neil was appointed as a Consultant Physician at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals.

He is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at BSUH. He works at both Princess Royal Hospital and the Royal Sussex County Hospital where he continues his  NHS practice of gastroenterology, endoscopy, nutritional support and general medicine. He has a particular interest in both Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Irritable Bowel Syndrome(IBS).