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Dr Janice Main graduated from Dundee University in 1980 and completed the regional training programme in general internal medicine and infectious diseases. She moved to St George's Hospital in Tooting, London until 1987 before moving to St Mary's Hospital in 1998. At St Mary's she was initially a senior registrar, before becoming a consultant in 1989. Dr Main chairs the Trust antimicrobial review group and has helped to develop an app to improve antimicrobial prescribing. She has been responsible for the Imperial College Year 6 finals for the last 20 years. She is currently helping to set up educational programmes for doctors in Senegal, in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians. Her laboratory based research in Dundee led to the discovery of anti-saccharomyces antibodies (ASCA) in patients with Crohn's disease which has been further developed as a diagnostic test and research tool.


Infectious diseases including, HIV, viral hepatitis

Research & publications

Anti-saccharomyces antibodies (ASCA) in patients with Crohn's disease, new antiviral agents for viral hepatitis.