Norris, Prof. Suzanne
Speciality: Gastroenterology, Hepatology
Practice: Suite 25, Blackrock Clinic
Clinic Times: To be confirmed
Telephone: 01 910 8901 / 087 172 1669
Fax: 01 213 5613
Viral hepatitis; Haemochromatosis; NAFLD; Cirrhosis
A graduate of UCD, Prof Norris trained in hepatology at the National Liver Transplant Centre at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, and the Institute of Liver Studies at King’s College Hospital. She was appointed consultant in viral hepatitis and liver transplantation in 2000 At Kings’ College.
In 2002, Prof Norris returned as Consultant Hepatologist and Senior Lecturer at St James’s Hospital/ Trinity College Dublin, and subsequently was appointed Professor in Gastroenterology & Hepatology in 2008 at Trinity College Dublin.
Prof Norris is a former member of the National Consultative Council for Hepatitis C, former member of the governing board of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (2007-2008), EASL Scientific Committee (2005-2008), AASLD Education Committee (2007-2009) and former committee member of the British Society of the Study of the Liver (2000-2004). She was National Specialty Director for gastroenterology/hepatology registrar training in Ireland from 2007-2012 at the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, and Vice-Dean of Postgraduate Specialist Training 2012-2015.
Prof Norris is the co-founder and former chair of the Irish Hepatitis C Outcomes Research Network. She was the Clinical Lead to the HSE National HCV Treatment Programme 2016-2017.
RCPI, EASL, AASLD, ISG
IRELAND’S FIRST “DIABETES LIVER SCREEN INITIATIVE” WAS HELD IN NOVEMBER 2017
Ireland has a silent epidemic – Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) which may be extremely prevalent in the Type 2 diabetes community.
A recent Irish liver screening initiative supports the International Clinical Guideline recommendations that all people with type 2 diabetes should be screened for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.
Please follow this link for details and results:
Please follow this link to watch Professor Norris in interview on TV3’s Sunday AM programme, 29th April 2018: