14 June 2018
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Ahamad Hassan at Spire include:
Neurology Stroke medicine
I was an undergraduate at Oxford and then Kings College London, qualifying in 1994. I trained in neurology locally in Leeds as well as at St George's Hospital London, where I spent three years on my PhD thesis on the genetics of cerebrovascular disease. I have been a consultant in Leeds since 2006 and see a full spectrum of neurological conditions in my practice including common problems such as epilepsy, headache and movement disorders. I also have a subspecialty interest in stroke medicine and work on the acute stroke unit at Leeds General Infirmary as well as in outpatients. I am the stroke research lead at the LGI and currently involved in a number of research trials sponsored by major charitable funding bodies including the Stroke Association and British Heart Foundation. I have published extensively in stroke and neurology journals.
Member, ABN Stroke advisory group Member, Scientific Committee British Association of Stroke Physicians 2009-11 Various Trial Steering Committees
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BA Hons / Oxford / 1991
Batchelor of Arts
MBBS / London / 1994
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery
PhD / London / 2004
Doctor of Philosophy
MA / Oxford / 2006
Master of Arts
FRCP / UK / 2010
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
Royal College of Physicians
Association of British Neurologists
British Association of Stroke Physicians
Consultant neurologist and stroke physician, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Honorary senior lecturer, University of Leeds
I enjoy spending my weekends entertaining 3 young daughters and training for charity half marathons.Back to top