Professor Matt Rutter
Honorary Prof of Orthopaedic Oncology
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 01642 624557
- Address: University Hospital of North Tees
Matt Rutter is Professor of Gastroenterology at the University Hospital of North Tees. He specialises in advanced diagnostic colonoscopy, polypectomy and IBD. He sits on the BSG Endoscopy Research committee and the governing board of ESGE. He chairs the ESGE Quality Improvement in Endoscopy committee and the BCSP Research Committee.
He has published and lectured worldwide on quality in endoscopy, screening and colonoscopic surveillance, receiving the BSG Hopkins Endoscopy Prize in 2006 and the RCP Goulstonian Lectureship in 2008. He co-authored BSG (2010), NICE (2011), European (ECCO, 2012) and SCENIC (USA, 2015) colitis surveillance guidelines, and was the lead author for the BSG/ACPGBI management of large non-pedunculated colorectal polyps guidelines (2015).
He is regional screening lead for QA in colonoscopy, GI research lead for North East & North Cumbria LCRN and is one of the core faculty for the Northern Region Endoscopy Training Centre.
Areas of expertise: gastroenterology, endoscopy, colorectal cancer, screening, inflammatory bowel disease, quality
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- Vleugels JLA, Rutter MD, Ragunath K, Rees CJ, Ponsioen CY, Lahiff C, Ket SN, Wanders LK, Samuel S, Butt F, Kuiper T, Travis SPL, D'Haens G, Wang LM, van Eeden S, East JE, Dekker E. Chromoendoscopy versus autofluorescence imaging for neoplasia detection in patients with longstanding ulcerative colitis (FIND-UC): an international, multicentre, randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2018, Epub ahead of print.
- Hartery K, Thomas-Gibson S, Rutter MD. Implementing endoscopy checklists - A step in the right direction?. Endoscopy 2018, 50(3), 191-193.
- Rees CJ, Rajasekhar PT, Wilson A, Close H, Rutter MD, Saunders BP, East JE, Maier R, Moorghen M, Muhammad U, Hancock H, Jayaprakash A, MacDonald C, Ramadas A, Dhar A, Mason JM. Narrow band imaging optical diagnosis of small colorectal polyps in routine clinical practice: The Detect Inspect Characterise Resect and Discard 2 (DISCARD 2) study. Gut 2016, 66(5), 887-895.
- Rajasekhar PT, Rees CJ, Bramble MG, Wilson DW, Rutter MD, Saunders BP, Hungin APS, East JE. A multicenter pragmatic study of an evidence-based intervention to improve adenoma detection: The Quality Improvement in Colonoscopy (QIC) study. Endoscopy 2015, 47(3), 217-224.
- Ross-Innes CS, Debiram-Beecham I, O'Donovan M, Walker E, Varghese S, Lao-Sirieix P, Lovat L, Griffin M, Ragunath K, Haidry R, Sami SS, Kaye P, Novelli M, Disep B, Ostler R, Aigret B, North BV, Bhandari P, Haycock A, Morris D, Attwood S, Dhar A, Rees C, Rutter MD, Sasieni PD, Fitzgerald RC. Evaluation of a Minimally Invasive Cell Sampling Device Coupled with Assessment of Trefoil Factor 3 Expression for Diagnosing Barrett's Esophagus: A Multi-Center Case-Control Study. PLoS medicine 2015, 12(1), e1001780.