Associate Professor Ross MacNicholas
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St Vincent's Private Hospital
Gastroenterology / Hepatology
Dr Mac Nicholas worked as an intern, medical house officer and specialist registrar in Tallaght, St James's, Mater Misericordiae and St Vincent's University Hospitals. In 2011, Dr Mac Nicholas was awarded a certificate of specialist training in Gastroenterology & General Internal Medicine. On completion of his training he was appointed as a locum consultant gastroenterologist in St Vincent's.
In 2012, he commenced a one year fellowship in Advanced Hepatology and Liver Transplant in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham; one of the largest liver transplant and general hepatology units in Europe.
In 2013, Dr Mac Nicholas moved to Western Australia and was appointed as a Consultant Gastroenterologist (special interest liver disease) in the state liver transplant unit at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth. He also worked as a Senior Lecturer in University of Western Australia and has a particular interest in teaching. He was awarded a Masters in Medical Education by Queens University Belfast in 2010.
In 2015, Dr Mac Nicholas returned as a full time Consultant Gastroenterologist (special interest in liver disease) to St. Vincent's University Hospital.
In 2016, Dr Mac Nicholas was an Associate Professor in the UCD school of medicine. He is a member of the Irish Society of Gastroenterologist, the European Association for the study of the liver. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians Ireland and the European Board of Gastroenterologist and Hepatology.
Dr Mac Nicholas is a RCPI trainer for postgraduate basic and higher specialist training in gastroenterology. He is a member of both the gastroenterology and general internal medicine higher specialist training committees. He is also a regular contributor to several online training platforms.
Dr Ross Mac Nicholas graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2002 with an honours degree. He was awarded a Masters in Medical Education by Queens University Belfast in 2010.