Dr Mark Fernandes is an established gastroenterologist in private practice with a special interest in liver disease. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh with honours and went on to complete his residency and Gastroenterology training at the National University Hospital in Singapore. He then went on to pursue an Advanced Fellowship in Interventional Hepatology at the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan and furthered his exposure to Liver Transplantation Medicine at the King's College Hospital, London. He was the first Gastroenterologist in Singapore to perform Radiofrequency Ablation for liver cancer. In 2009, he established the Liver Tumour Ablative Service at National University Hospital (NUH), in collaboration with the Departments of Diagnostic Imaging and was also actively involved in the liver transplantation programme at NUH. Dr Fernandes has also a strong interest in monitoring the progression of liver disease using Fibroscan®.

Dr Fernandes has presented research work at international conferences and published in international peer-reviewed journals. He was a Clinical Tutor at the National University Singapore and sits on the executive committee for the National Foundation of Digestive Diseases.

News clips

Dr Mark Fernandes discussed Hepatitis C with Daniel Martin on 938 LIVE.

Dr Mark Fernandes shared about liver care on Love 97.2.

Dr Mark Fernandes spoke to Channel NewsAsia about the latest advances in Viral Hepatitis on World Hepatitis Day.

Dr Mark Fernandes discussed Fatty Liver Disease with Daniel Martin on 938 LIVE.