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Prof. Salah Abusnana
- : MSc (UK), PhD (UK), FRCP (UK), CCST (UK)
- : Diabetes and Endocrinology
- : Consultant Diabetes and Endocrine
- Total No. of Years of Experience
- : 24
- : +97165058555
- Languages spoken
- : Arabic and English
Prof. Salah Abusnana is a Medical degree graduate from Libya. After his initial fellowship, he moved to UK where he got his MRCP (Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians). He was awarded MSc in Neuroendocrinology in 1996 at Imperial College, University of London. He continued his clinical and academic work at Hammersmith Hospital where he was granted PhD by year 2001. Prof. Salah was also granted CCST in Diabetes and Endocrinology (certificate of completion of specialist training) and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP), UK.
Prof. Salah Abusnana is a Senior Consultant Diabetologist and Endocrinologist with 24 years of excellent clinical experience. Since 1994, he worked in various hospitals in UK in the field of Internal Medicine. From 2001, he has worked in the field of diabetes and endocrinology, in London University Hospitals, Guys and St Thomas Hospital, Sussex University and Brighton University hospital.
Academically he is associated as a Professor in the University of Sharjah and even supervises researchers and PhD’s aspirants combining research and clinical practice in medical education.
He is member of British Endocrine Society, Diabetes UK, European Society of Diabetes, and American Diabetes Association, Association of American College of Endocrinologist and Emirates Diabetes Society.
Prof. Salah is an editor to many medical journals. He also has numerous research studies published widely in international peer review journals. He received many personal invitations to speak at international conferences – most of these as a keynote or plenary speaker at top internal meeting for diabetes.
- Diabetes and its Complications
- Insulin Pump Therapy
- Adrenal Disorders
- Bone and Calcium Metabolism
- Pituitary Disorders
- Parathyroid Disorders
- Thyroid Disorders