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Mohamed Abdelghani, Consultant Psychiatrist
Dr. Abdelghani completed his post-graduate psychiatric training at South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation trust (SLaM) which is the biggest mental health trust in the UK, a center of excellence and one of the most influential mental health organizations in the world. During his training at SLaM he worked alongside some of the most prominent professors and clinicians in the field. Dr. Abdelghani worked at the National Affective Disorders Service, which was one of six national affective disorders units in the UK. The time he spent on the National Affective Disorders Unit and outpatient clinic equipped him with clinical skills and excellent experience to manage and treat the most treatment resistant depressed and bipolar patients. After working in the National Affective Disorders service for a year he became involved in a multicenter international cutting edge research that tested the use of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to treat treatment resistant depression. He was the primary psychiatrist at King’s College London site for this study. Neurostimulation is one of his special interests and working on this study gave him the opportunity to meet and build links with leading figures in the field around the world. Another special interest of Dr. Abdelghani is Adult ADHD. Dr Abdelghani trained at the first Adult ADHD clinic in the UK that was opened at the Maudsley Hospital in London.
After finishing his higher psychiatry training at SLaM he worked as a consultant psychiatrist for almost a year at the same organization before moving to work in central London at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. At the present time he is the Lead Consultant Psychiatrist for Adult ADHD at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust besides working as a consultant psychiatrist in CDAT (Complex depression, Anxiety and Trauma) service. Dr Abdelghani continues being actively involved in research in the field of Adult ADHD and mood disorders. He has a keen interest in spreading mental health awareness and knowledge through teaching medical students, training junior doctors, giving lectures to fellow psychiatrists and media interviews.