Dr Devinder Bansi is one of the UK's leading and most experienced gastroenterologists, based in London. Practising at numerous reputable institutions in the capital, he specialises in endoscopy, abdominal pain, bowel problems, cancer screening, liver disease and heartburn.
Dr Bansi earned a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine from Southampton University in 1988 and went on to undertake various junior medical posts. He was awarded a prestigious fellowship in gastroenterology in 1993 from John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Upon completion of his MD thesis in 1997, he undertook further advanced training in London.
Following his training, Dr Bansi was appointed as a consultant gastroenterologist and honorary senior lecturer in Medicine at Hammersmith Hospital and the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, now part of Imperial College. Dr Bansi has over 30 years of experience and performs over 1000 gastroscopies, 700 colonoscopies and over 100 endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatographies (ERCPs) yearly.
Dr Bansi has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and is actively involved in many national and international studies that focus on weight loss using endoscopy rather than surgery. He forms an integral part of many research committees and societies, such as the Hammersmith Hospitals Research Committee, the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG), the British Association for the Study of Liver Disease (BASL) and the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA).