Dr. Martin Duddy is a Consultant Vascular Radiologist working at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. He specialises in all aspects of vascular radiology with a special interest in interventional techniques and vascular imaging; Interventional aspects in providing a vascular service including trans-luminal angioplasty and stent insertion, thrombolysis and endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR); Non-vascular intervention including ultrasound and CT guided abdominal and chest biopsies and drainages and nephrostomy insertion; Ultrasound including vascular studies (carotid, visceral arterial, aortic and peripheral arterial and venous studies); MRA; CT (including CTA) and perforator vessel mapping for free flap reconstruction.
Dr. Edward Littleton is a Consultant neurologist working at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. He specialises in all aspects of neurology but has a special interest in stroke medicine. Dr Littleton studied Medicine at Jesus College Cambridge and University College London, qualifying in 1996. He subsequently worked in London, and then undertook research at the Institute of Molecular Medicine in Oxford between 2001 and 2007. His DPhil thesis was entitled “Autoantibodies in Multiple Sclerosis”.Research interests include clinical trials of treatments for Stroke
Dr. James Geogehan is a consultant anaesthetist with a special interest in vascular anaesthesia. He is currently a consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Dr. Balaji Purushothaman is a consultant anaesthetist with a special interest in vascular anaesthesia. He is currently a consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Dr. Mujahid Saeed is a consultant in general medicine with a special interest in diabetes. He is part of the multidisclipinary team looking after patients with diabetic foot problems. Dr Saeed manages people with Type 1 & 2 diabetes; Diabetic foot disease, including painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy & Charcot’s.For further information visit www.birminghamdiabetesclinic.com.
Mr. Roger Chan is a accredited vascular scientist specialising in the duplex scanning of varicose veins, carotid and peripheral vascular scans. He has previously worked at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the Department of Vascular Surgery.
Dr. Ian McCafferty is a consultant interventional radiologist based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. His interests include the management of arteriovenous malformations.