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Dr. Isameldin M.H. Izzeldin

Consultant Neurologist & Clinical Neurophysiologist University of StrathclydeBio Engineering
Qualifications:

PhD MRCP

Location: Glasgow, UK

Biography

Dr Isameldin M. H. Izzeldin graduated in 1994 with an MBBS from the University of Khartoum, Sudan. He was medically trained in Sudan then Saudi Arabia, where he became Senior Neurology Resident at the Tertiary Neuroscience Center in Riyadh. In 1999, he moved to the UK taking various medical and neurology posts and obtaining a full MRCP (UK). He was a specialist registrar in neurology at Hull Royal Infirmary under the Yorkshire Deanery, University of Leeds. He joined the University of Strathclyde as a clinical research fellow and completed a research project towards a PhD. He joined Oxford Teaching Hospitals as a specialist registrar in clinical neurophysiology under the Oxford Deanery, obtaining CCT. He worked as a consultant in neurology and clinical neurophysiology, obtained FRCPE, FRCPSG and became an MRCP-UK PACES Examiner. He worked as Associate Professor of Medicine and Neurology, University of Khartoum until 2012, publishing in journals. Currently, he is a consultant neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist in the UK.

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