Mr Charles Imber is currently a leading London Teaching Hospital Hepatobiliary Pancreatic (HPB) Consultant as well as a liver transplant surgeon working at the Royal Free Hospital and Cleveland Clinic London. he completed his medical degree at Cambridge University, where he also received an honours degree in Oncology and Immunology. He was awarded his higher research thesis MD from Oxford University looking art aspects of liver preservation for transplantation. He has a special interest in all aspects of benign and malignant liver and pancreas related surgery, liver transplantation, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. He was awarded an HCA travelling fellowship in 2012, the presentation travel award from the International Liver Transplant Society (2003), and the Hanson Research fellow and scholarship from Oxford University (1990). He has over 90 peer reviewed publications in journals including the Lancet, as well as having written 5 book chapters. He has an extensive private practice attracting patients from both within the UK and also worldwide. He performed the first robotic liver and pancreas resections in the UK with successful outcomes and is a pioneer in all forms of minimally advanced surgery.