Dr Ahmed Albu-Soda

Consultant Gastroenterologist
Consultant Ahmed Albu-Soda on a green background

Dr. Albu-Soda is a consultant gastroenterologist specialising in the digestive system. He received training in gastroenterology, endoscopy and digestive ultrasound and was part of the prestigious Marie Curie Training Network in neurogastroenterology (NEUROGUT).

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Dr. Albu-Soda trained in world-class institutions such as the University of London and King's College. He was part of the multi-million prestigious Marie Curie Training Network in neurogastroenterology. His PhD, undertaken at the University of London, focused on digestive pain, and his postgraduate certificate in general medical ultrasound was completed at King's College London.

He specialises in Endoscopy with over 1000 procedures per year with excellent safety and comfort scores, ultrasound, acid reflux testing and other digestive investigations.

In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Albu-Soda is involved in medical education, and he holds an honorary senior clinical lectureship at the Queen Mary University of London. He is also active in research with several publications in high-impact medical journals. Dr. Albu-Soda is routinely invited to speak at national and international conferences and training events as an expert in his field.

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145 Harley Street, London W1G 6BJ

  • Qualified 2015
  • Postgraduate Certificate in General Medical Ultrasound - King’s College London 2020-2021
  • PhD programme at Queen Mary University of London 2016-2020  
  • Medical Doctor - Grigore T. POPA Medical School with an overall 9.38/10 average grade for the 6 years of study 2006-2012
  • Consultant Gastroenterologist 
    Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer 
    Queen Mary University of London
  • Postgraduate Certificate (with Merits) General Medical Ultrasound, King's College London
  • FP7 EU Marie Curie Fellowship funded by the European Commission 2015
  • Recognition Certificate from The American Gastroenterological Association 2017
  • Bart’s Charity Scheme B Fellowship £65,907.00 to cover salary and tuition fees 2017
  • Academic Merits Award from the Romanian Ministry of Education (National Award, awarded to students with outstanding academic performance) 2009-2012

The anatomical basis for transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation

Journal of anatomy, April 2020

Management of supragastric belching with cognitive behavioural therapy: factors determining success and follow-up outcomes at 6-12 months post-therapy

Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, September 2019

Systematic review with meta-analysis: conditioned pain modulation in patients with the irritable bowel syndrome

Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, October 2018

  • Development, content validity, and cross-cultural adaptation of a patient-reported outcome measure for real-time symptom assessment in irritable bowel syndrome.
  • A fresh look at IBS-opportunities for systems medicine approaches.
  • Vagus nerve stimulation in clinical practice.
  • What drives the hypoalgesic effect of neurostimulation?
  • The tribes and tribulations of laryngopharyngeal reflux: a review of recent studies with implications for interdisciplinary collaborations between otolaryngologists and gastroenterologists.

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