Asif Jah works at Cambridge University Hospital as a consultant surgeon in hepato-pancreatico-biliary (HPB) and transplant surgery.
After graduating and obtaining MS in general surgery from Lucknow, India he moved to UK in 1998. He has received surgical training at centres in Liverpool and London and gained specialist training in HPB and Transplant surgery at Cambridge before being appointed as consultant surgeon in 2008.
Mr Jah is the Clinical Lead of Department of HPB Surgery and Associate Lecturer at Cambridge University. Besides performing major cancer resections and transplants, he has made significant contributions to the specialist service development at Cambridge which includes advanced laparoscopic pancreatic and liver resections, highly specialised regional service for surgery of pancreatitis and day-case laparoscopic cholecystectomy service. He is the Royal College Surgical Tutor and Programme Director for surgical Academic Clinical Fellows at Cambridge. He directs and teaches on various professional courses and is leading several clinical audit and research projects.