Head of Department / Cure Kids Chair of Paediatric Research at UOCMB ChB MD FRACP AGAF
Andrew Day trained in paediatrics in Christchurch and undertook further subspeciality training in Toronto, Canada.
After completing clinical and research training in Canada, Professor Day took up a clinical academic position at University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
He returned to the department in 2009 and was appointed to Head of Department in 2010.
Professor Day is a paediatric gastroenterologist.
- Host-pathogen interactions in the gut (and how these relate to chronic gut diseases)
- Intestinal inflammatory biomarkers
- Nutritional aspects of gut diseases
Wong, P. Y., Yip, C., Lemberg, D. A., Day, A. S., & Leach, S. T. (2023). Evolution of a pathogenic microbiome. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 12, 7184. doi: 10.3390/jcm12227184
Vernon-Roberts, A., Premaratne, M., Wright, R., Keenan, J. I., & Day, A. S. (2023). Profile of Helicobacter pylori infections among children in the South Island of New Zealand (2010-2021). Helicobacter, e13037. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1111/hel.13037
Pipicella, J. L., Vernon-Roberts, A., Dutt, S., Giles, E., Day, A. S., Connor, S. J., & Andrews, J. M. (2023). Co-design and consultation ensure consumer needs are net: Building an eHealth platform for children with inflammatory bowel disease. Digestive Diseases & Sciences, 68, 4368-4380. doi: 10.1007/s10620-023-08146-2
Robson, N., & Day, A. S. (2023). Looking for coeliac disease hiding in the family. Medical Journal of Australia. Advance online publication. doi: 10.5694/mja2.52116
Liu, G. X. H., & Day, A. S. (2023). Plant-based diets for inflammatory bowel disease: What is the evidence? Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, izad213. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1093/ibd/izad213