Emergency gastrointestinal surgery
Prof. Dr. Raimundas Lunevicius qualified from Vilnius University (Lithuania), worked in University Emergency Care Hospital between 1991 and 2010, completed three Fellowship Programmes: Monbushou at Nagoya University and Aichi Cancer Centre (Japan, 1998–2000), Fulbright–Humphrey at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health with clinical affiliation with R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Centre (USA, 2008–2009), and King’s College Hospital London (2010–2012). In 2012, he accepted the offer to work as Consultant General Surgeon for the Aintree University Hospital and Major Trauma Collaborative, Liverpool. His research and audit interests are focused on difficult gallbladder management, acute care surgery, liver injury, trauma, and global health. A bibliography of his publications includes 234 refereed articles, 71 abstracts, three monographs, two doctoral dissertations, two book chapters, one edited book, multiple presentations, and lectures (by 15 August 2023). His h-index is 67. He is the collaborator for the Global Burden of Disease Study, IHME, University of Washington (2012–to date), and Global Surgery, University of Birmingham, UK (2020–to date). He has been a UK Trauma Audit and Research Network (TARN) Board member since 2020. Clinician, surgeon, supervisor, researcher, auditor, reviewer, editor, organiser, and lecturer.