Dr Akram Hosseini

Clinics and special interests: General Neurology, Working Age Dementia, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Autoimmune Encephalitis Clinics

Main Hospital Affiliation: Queen’s Medical Campus

Medical School: Isfahan Medial School, Iran

Neurology Training: West Midland Rotation (Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, University Hospital Coventry, University Hospital of North Midland, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals), Cognitive Disorders Clinics, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London; Walton Centre Cognitive Clinics, Liverpool.

Research Training: PhD and Clinical Research Fellowship, University of Nottingham; MD, University of Isfahan

Research interests:

 

  • Neuroimaging correlates of cognitive impairment after stroke; Hippocampal pathology in post-stroke cognitive impairment (HiPPSCI)
  • Applications of multi-modal MRI and Amyvid PET scan in neurodegenerative disorders and vascular cognitive impairment
  • MRI-defined vulnerable carotid plaques and risk of future stroke

 

Awards/Prize: Michael Jefferson Prize 2014 & 2015, F-1000 Prime award for publication impact (2014)

Appointments:  Working Age Dementia Service, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust; Honorary (Consultant) Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham;  Honorary Research Associate, University of Birmingham, Birmingham University Imaging Centre.

Professional affiliations: Association of British Neurologist, RCP

Contact: Sandy Greensmith (Secretary) 0115 9249924 extension 66815

NHS Nottingham University Hospitals
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