Dr Andrew MorrisConsultant Paediatrician, Lead Clinician in Metabolic Medicine and Honorary Senior Lecturer at The University of Manchester
Qualifications: BM, BCh, MA, PhD, MRCP, FRCPCH
Registration: GMC 2955683
Professional bodies: Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (Fellow), Chairman of College Specialist Advisory Committee for Inherited Metabolic Medicine, Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Secretary, Education and Training Advisory Committee, British Inherited Metabolic Disease Group (Committee), Galactosaemia Support Group (Medical Panel), National Screening Committee (Fetal, Maternal & Child Health sub-committee).
Role: Consultant Paediatrician and Lead Clinician in Metabolic Medicine, Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester
Contact: Tel: +44 161 701 1987; Fax: +44 161 701 2303; Alder Hey: +44 151 252 5403
Dr Morris studied at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and the Oxford School of Clinical Medicine. After training in General Paediatrics he undertook research on defects of mitochondrial oxidation. His PhD was supervised by Prof Turnbull in Newcastle and he completed his metabolic training at the Institute of Child Health, London. Andrew has worked on inborn errors of metabolism for 20 years and was Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Newcastle (1996-2001), Great Ormond Street Hospital, London (2001-3) and at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital (since 2003). He is currently Lead Clinician for Paediatric Metabolic Medicine in the Willink Unit. In addition to providing a clinical service he is active in teaching and research, primarily on disorders of fatty acid oxidation and the mitochondrial respiratory chain.
Clinics: Paediatric Metabolic Medicine at Saint Mary’s Hospital, Manchester and Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool