Dr. Alnoor Ramji is an adjunct clinician scientist at BCCDC. He is also a clinical associate professor at UBC and practices at St. Paul's Hospital.
Dr. Ramji's area of clinical and research interest includes viral hepatitis and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). His center is involved in investigator-initiated studies, and clinical studies in phase IIa to phase IV in hepatitis B, C and NASH. Other research interests include identification and linkage to care of persons with liver disease, and implementation science of models of care to assist with this process.
Dr. Ramji also coordinates multiple provincial education programs including the Liver Forum and GP Liver Forum. He coordinates the BC HCV Network, is on the governing board for the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver (CASL), is on the steering committee for the national CanHepC clinical group, Canadian HBV network and a co-founder of the Canadian Nash Network (CanNASH). He is a co-author for the Canadian Guidelines in HCV and HBV, and is a reviewer for multiple scientific journals.
Dr. Ramji completed
his internal medicine and gastroenterology fellowship training at the
University of British Columbia, and thereafter undertook a hepatology
fellowship at the University of Toronto.
- For a list of Dr. Ramji's publications, please see PubMed.