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Dr Jayant’s work at Imperial College London is assessing the role of Radiofrequency (RF) technique in the management of Liver and Pancreatic Cancer. He is particularly interested in the development of newer techniques of pancreatic and liver cancer management. His recent study on liver cancer "Assessing the impact and benefits of RF-assisted parenchymal sparing liver resection on post-hepatectomy liver failure" reflects the development of the RF-assisted liver resection using the Habib-4X as a feasible and safe technique of liver resection with a low incidence of post-hepatectomy liver failure and related mortality.  He also works on the project "RF-assisted pancreaticodudenectomy for locally advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma- A novel approach" which leads to the development of newer RF-assisted pancreaticoduodenectomy technique which is more feasible and safer than a vascular resection with a conventional technique.  Dr Jayant holds an MD certification, a Master in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery from Imperial College London & HBHI and successfully cleared his MRCS from Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh along with that he is also on college role of the University of Liverpool for the Master in Transplant Surgery.