Dr Laith Al-Rubaiy is an award-winning consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist who is part of the GI Doctors group in London. He specialises in alcoholic liver disease, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, endoscopy, colonoscopy and diverticular bowel disease.
After finishing medical school with "distinction", Dr Al-Rubaiy won two highly-competitive scholarships to complete his postgraduate medical studies at the State University of New York and then at King’s College London. He was then awarded a prestigious fellowship to pursue his clinical academic training in Wales, which lead to his accreditation in hepatology, gastroenterology and general medicine. Part of his advanced hepatology training was at the Royal Free Hospital in London.
Dr Al-Rubaiy was awarded his PhD from Swansea University School of Medicine. He has received 12 grants and two highly-competitive scholarships throughout his medical career. He was awarded the " Young Gastroenterologist of the Year" by the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) in 2017.
He is a reviewer for a number of international journals and has authored several peer-reviewed publications. Dr Al-Rubaiy is an elected committee member for the British Society of Gastroenterology.