Mr Imber is currently a consultant and member of the liver transplantation team at the Royal Free Hospital. He completed his medical degree at Cambridge University and received an honours degree in oncology and immunology.
He has special interests in complex abdominal wall hernia surgery, hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, liver transplantation, laparoscopic surgery, and emergency surgery. His practice covers benign and malignant diseases in this area.
Mr Imber has been awarded a healthcare assistant travelling fellowship, a presentation travel award from the International Liver Transplant Society, the Medawar prize session from the British Transplant Society, and Hanson research fellow and scholarship from Oxford University. He has over 50 peer-reviewed publications in journals and three book chapters.
His private practice attracts patients worldwide. He performed the first robotic liver resection and first robotic pancreatic resections in the UK with successful outcomes and is a pioneer in minimally invasive complex abdominal surgery.
Research interests include novel technologies for liver preservation for subsequent transplantation, colorectal liver metastases and pancreatic cancer.