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Mr Hossain-Ibrahim qualified from University College London, UK, where he also completed a PhD studying spinal cord regeneration. He completed his neurosurgical training in Birmingham, UK and undertook a neuro-oncology fellowship at King’s College Hospital in London prior to working as a locum consultant neurosurgeon in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Mr. Hossain-Ibrahim then undertook a neuro-oncology fellowship studying immunotherapy and skull base surgery at Duke University Medical Center, USA prior to starting in Dundee in 2014, where he has already won a Bronze award for (Outstanding Individual - clinical) in the 2017 NHS Tayside Star Awards. His primary interests are neuro-oncology, including translational research in this field and skull base surgery.
He is a NRS Research Fellow, with a Tenovus grant to study a novel drug that targets multiple cancer pathways to be tested on glioblastoma - a currently incurable brain tumour - at the Jacqui Wood Cancer Centre, with Gareth Inman. He is also launching a UoD initiative to purchase a focused ultrasound scanner to start trials of incision-less 'outpatient' neurosurgery to treat neurological tremors (e.g. in Parkinson's disease and MS), as well as currently inoperable brain tumours.
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Prediction of an Individual Patient Survival and Glioblastoma Characteristics, Using Routinely Acquired MRI Scan and Other NHS Data, Computational Modelling and Machine Learning (PhD Studentship) (The Fraser Fellowships Doctoral Training Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine)
1/12/17 → 28/02/19
Automated brain tumour identification using magnetic resonance imaging: a systematic review and meta-analysisKouli, O., Hassane, A., Badran, D., Kouli, T., Hossain-Ibrahim, K. & Steele, J. D., 23 May 2022, (Accepted/In press) In: Neuro-oncology advances.
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Xanthomatous hypophysitis causing hypogonadotropic hypogonadism resulting in delayed presentation of slipped capital femoral epiphysisSingh, K., Kanodia, A. K., Ross, P., Torgersen, A., Maclean, J., Leese, G. & Hossain-Ibrahim, K., 4 Mar 2022, In: British Journal of Neurosurgery. 36, 2, p. 286-289 4 p.
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Hutton, D., Fadelalla, M. G., Kanodia, A. K. & Hossain-Ibrahim, K., 6 Apr 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: British Journal of Neurosurgery. 9 p.
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CSF Rhinorrhea After Endonasal Intervention to the Skull Base (CRANIAL) — Part 2: Impact of COVID-19Bandyopadhyay, S., Khan, D. Z., Marcus, H. J., Schroeder, B. E., Patel, V., O'Donnell, A., Ahmed, S., Alalade, A. F., Ali, A. M. S., Allison, C., Al-Barazi, S., Al-Mahfoudh, R., Amarouche, M., Bahl, A., Bennett, D., Bhalla, R., Bhatt, P., Boukas, A., Cabrilo, I., Chadwick, A. & 62 others, , May 2021, In: World Neurosurgery. 149, p. e1090-e1097 8 p.
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CSF Rhinorrhoea After Endonasal Intervention to the Skull Base (CRANIAL) - Part 1: Multicenter Pilot StudyKhan, D. Z., Marcus, H. J., Horsfall, H. L., Bandyopadhyay, S., Schroeder, B. E., Patel, V., O'Donnell, A., Ahmed, S., Alalade, A. F., Ali, A. M. S., Allison, C., Al-Barazi, S., Al-Mahfoudh, R., Amarouche, M., Bahl, A., Bennett, D., Bhalla, R., Bhatt, P., Boukas, A., Cabrilo, I. & 62 others, , May 2021, In: World Neurosurgery. 149, p. e1077-e1089 13 p.
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