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Date: 18 October 2021

Time: 01:41

Consultant directory

With so many consultants, all with special interests, we appreciate it can be difficult for GPs to make the right referral choice, and it can be confusing for patients.

This consultant directory is offered as an easy reference guide to the specific clinical services and interests of all the consultants working at or for University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

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    • Secretary: 0121 371 2709
    • Extension: 12709
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    Dr Parveen Narad

    Dr Parveen Narad, Consultant in Acute Medicine

    Biography pending.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 2777
    • Extension: 12777
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    Dr Suresh Natarajan

    Dr Suresh Natarajan , Consultant Anaesthetist

    Graduated from MGR Medical University, obtained MD and DNB in Anaesthesia. Attained Fellowship of Royal College of Anaesthetics European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia. Interests include: orthopaedics and trauma, vascular and colorectal anaesthesia.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 2777
    • Extension: 12777
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    Dr Michelle Nicholas

    Dr Michelle Nicholas, Consultant Anaesthetist

    She completed her medical training at Southampton Medical School and trained as a registrar in Wales. Her main clinical interest is in the obstetric anaesthesia and she does sessions at Birmingham Women's Hospital.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4399
    • Extension: 14399
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    Dr Adnan Nadir

    Dr Adnan Nadir, Consultant in Inteventional Cardiology/Structural Heart Interventions

    Dr. Nadir is an expert in treating coronary heart and valve diseases. He had advanced training in coronary & structural heart interventions including TAVI & MitraClip in the USA before his consultant appointment in Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4407
    • Extension: 14407
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    Dr Parth Narendran

    Dr Parth Narendran, Diabetes Consultant

    First qualified in London in 1992. His professional areas of interest are around diabetes, with his research around insulin resistance and autoimmunity and peripheral immune tolerance.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4813
    • Extension: 14813
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    Mr Paul Nankivell

    Mr Paul Nankivell, Consultant ENT/Head & Neck Surgeon and Senior Clinical Lecturer

    Graduated from Oxford University, with PhD from University of Warwick. Trained in the West Midlands with head and neck fellowship training in Melbourne. Research interests; oral & laryngeal premalignancy, translational research and surgical trials.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 2709
    • Extension: 12709
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    Dr Philippa Nicolson

    Dr Philippa Nicolson, Consultant - Healthcare for Older People

    Trained in Nottingham. Special interests include front door geriatrics and end of life care.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 2664
    • Extension: 12664
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    Dr Asif Naveed

    Dr Asif Naveed, Consultant in Emergency Medicine

    Trained in East of England - Cambridge. Dual accreditation in Adult and Paediatric Emergency Medicine. Special interest in Trauma and Ultrasound in ED.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 3985
    • Extension: 13985
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    Dr Kurdow Nader

    Dr Kurdow Nader, Consultant Neuroradiologist

    Radiology-Neuroradiology training in Birmingham. FRCR 2012, MSc Neuro-imaging for research-The University of Edinburgh 2012, EDINR 2015. Interest in imaging of Stroke, traumatic brain/spinal injury, Neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory disorders.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4671
    • Extension: 14671
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    Professor James M Neuberger

    Professor James M Neuberger, Professor of Hepatology, Liver Medicine

    Qualified in Oxford and after medical posts spent ten years at the Liver Unit, Kings College Hospital London before being appointed to Birmingham. Current interests includes autoimmune and alcohol related liver diseases and liver transplantation.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 4672
    • Extension: 14672
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    Professor Philip Newsome

    Professor Philip Newsome, Senior lecturer & Honorary Consultant Hepatologist

    Qualified from Edinburgh University in 1989. He works in general and transplant hepatology and the metabolic liver service. Interests in cystic fibrosis and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, porphyria and glycogen storage disorders.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 6849
    • Extension: 16849
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    Dr David Nicholl

    Dr David Nicholl, Consultant Neurologist, Neurology Acute, Neuro-Genetics and Movement Disorders

    Main research interests are in Parkinson's disease and the genetics of neurodegenerative diseases. He also works at Birmingham City Hospital and lectures at the University of Birmingham.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 3302
    • Extension: 13302
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    Dr Santhosh Nagaraju

    Dr Santhosh Nagaraju, Consultant Neuropathologist

    Graduated in 1998 with a master's degree in pathology in India. Completed specialist neuropathology training in Cambridge. Areas of interest include pathology of the nervous system and muscle.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 3349
    • Extension: 13349
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    Dr Desley A H Neil

    Dr Desley A H Neil, Consultant Histopathologist

    First qualified from University of Queensland in 1984. She came to the Liver Unit at UHB in 1994 and became a consultant in 2003. Her area of professional interest is transplantation pathology, particularly preservation reperfusion injuries.

    • Secretary: 0121 424 4090
    • Extension: 44090
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    Mr Anastasios Nikolaidis

    Mr Anastasios Nikolaidis, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr A. Nikolaidis is a Hip Trauma and Lower Limb Arthroplasty Specialist.He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece in 1990 and completed his Specialist training in West Midlands.In February 2020 he became Consultant T/O at UHB.

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