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Amindeep Sandhu

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Contact Information

Room E6-316, Victoria Hospital
800 Commissioners Road East
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Tel: 519.685.8500, ext. 58315
Fax: 519.667.6820

Research Interests/Specializations

  • Clinical Focus is hepatobiliary disease, including viral, autoimmune and hereditary liver diseases, in addition to complications from cirrhosis. 
  • General Gastroenterology, including upper and lower endoscopic evaluation 
  • Academic Interest involves clinical education for the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and the Department of Medicine 

 

Dr. Amindeep Sandhu is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Western University.   He completed his undergraduate studies in Biology & Genetics and then obtained a Medical Doctorate, both at McMaster University.  He subsequently completed his Internal Medicine residency and Gastroenterology fellowship training at Western University.  Thereafter, he pursued a Hepatology clinical fellowship at the University of Toronto. 

His clinical focus encompasses both general gastroenterology alongside a large spectrum of hepatic diseases, in addition to facilitating medical education at Western University.

Selected Publications

Sandhu A, Mosli M, Yan B, Wu T, Gregor J, Chande N, Ponich P, Beaton M, Rahman A. Self-screening for Malnutrition in Outpatient Inflammatory Bowel Disease Using the Malnutrition Universial Screening Tool (MUST). Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 2015, Jan. pii: 0148607114566656.

Sandhu A, AlAmeel T, Dale CS, Levstik M, Chande N.  The Safety and Efficacy of Anti-Tumor Necrosis Factor-Alpha Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Patients Post-Liver Transplantation: A Case Series.  Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics.  2012. Jul;36(2):159-65.

Adam F, Zheng S, Joshi N, Kelton DS, Sandhu A, Suehiro Y, Jeimy SB, Santos AV, Massé JM, Kelton JG, Cramer EM, Hayward CP. Analysis of Cellular Multimerin 1 Receptors: in vitro evidence of binding mediated by aIIbb3 & avb3.  Journal of Thrombosis & Haemostasis2005. Nov;94(5):1004-11.