Dr Shyam Menon

Consultant Gastroenterologist

Dr Shyam Menon is a leading Gastroenterologist with expertise in hepatobiliary and pancreatic medicine and interventional endoscopy. He works at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust where he is the lead for hepatobiliary endoscopy. 

He trained in the West Midlands and during his training, he undertook a body of research examining the influence of gender on the development of Barrett’s oesophagus and oesophageal cancer that culminated in an MD awarded by the University of Birmingham. During his training, he was awarded degrees in Epidemiology and Nutritional Medicine. He additionally underwent training in advanced hepatobiliary endoscopy at Liverpool as part of a fellowship. He has been the Clinical Lead for Gastroenterology at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and is involved in local and regional service developments as part of his role as a member of the West Midlands Clinical Senate Council.

In addition to expertise in general gastroenterology and hepatology, he has established a large clinical and academic clinical practice in hepatobiliary and pancreatic medicine and is active in clinical research, teaching and training. He was recently awarded Fellowships of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and the American Gastroenterological Association.

Dr Menon is experienced in the management of acid reflux, inflammatory bowel disease, liver disorders, irritable bowel syndrome and gastrointestinal cancer. His areas of specialist expertise include the management of pancreatic disease and disorders of the bile duct. In addition to diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, he is an expert in ERCP, cholangioscopy (endoscopic examination of the bile duct) and Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS).