Dr Charles Murray is a Gastroenterologist and Consultant Physician at the Royal Free Hospital. He also works in a few other clinics: Wellington Hospital, The London Clinic, The London Digestive Centre and London Digestive Health and the Princess Grace Hospital. He is also the Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Clinical Director at the Royal Free Hospital. Dr Murray sees patients with a variety of problems, across all aspects of his speciality, however, his main interests are endoscopy, IBS, IBD, and functional gut disorders.
In his earlier career, Dr Murray was a researcher at St Mark's Hospital which led to a PhD from Imperial College London. He gained his medical qualifications after studying at Cambridge and the University of London. He became a consultant in 2003.
Moreover, Dr Charles Murray was a part of the British Society of Gastroenterology from 2009 to 2013 and a senior secretary. He is currently involved in academia as he is the Chair of the United European Gastroenterology e-learning Taskforce.
His work was appreciated and awarded many times. The American Association of Gastroenterologists awarded him with the Moti L. and Kamla Rustgi International Fellowship in 2005. Two years later, he received the award of the Young Investigator of the Year in the Functional Brain-Gut Research Group.