Daniel Geh

Daniel Geh

Role: Clinical Trainee Email: daniel.geh@newcastle.ac.uk


I am a NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. I graduated in medicine from the University of Birmingham in 2016 where I also obtained a first class honours intercalated BMedSc degree in liver immunology. Since qualifying I have combined clinical and academic training. I completed the Academic Foundation Programme in the West Midlands, where I researched neutrophil function in chronic kidney disease and conducted projects in clinical rheumatology.

I joined the Newcastle Fibrosis Research Group in April 2019 to investigate the role of neutrophils in the pathogenesis of hepatocellular carcinoma. I will be using the precision cut liver slice model to phenotype and image hepatocellular carcinoma associated neutrophils. My aim is to use this time to develop a clinical research fellowship application in order to undertake a PhD.


  • MRCP (UK), Royal College of Physicians of London (2019)
  • MBChB (Hons), University of Birmingham (2016)
  • BMedSc (Hons) Clinical Science, 1st class, University of Birmingham (2014)


Awards and Prizes

  • Best Oral Presentation at Midlands Rheumatology Society Autumn Meeting (2017)
  • Wellcome Trust INSPIRE Prize in Research (2016)
  • Distinction in Research (2016)
  • Intercalated BMedSc Clinical Sciences Prize (2014)
  • Wolfson Intercalated Prize (2013)





  • Geh D, Gordon C. Fibromyalgia in SLE audit presentation. Oral presentation presented at Midlands Rheumatology Society Autumn meeting 2017; Birmingham
  • Geh D, Jeffery H, Adams DH, Oo YH. Phenotype and localisation of liver infiltrating b cell subsets in autoimmune and inflammatory liver diseases. Poster presentation presented at British Society of Gastroenterology Annual General Meeting 2014; Manchester