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Dr Adeel Iqbal
Dr Adeel Iqbal is an Acute Medical Consultant at King George Hospital Ilford. He graduated from Imperial College London winning multiple academic prizes for the highest performance in medical exams - including the Abraham’s Award for medical pathology, a first-class honours degree from the National Heart and Lung Institute in Cardiovascular Sciences and the Patrick Trevor-Roper Scholarship from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. He was also awarded the Rector’s Medal award for services to Imperial. His research interests relate to the role of stem cell technology in cardiovascular disease as well as promoting the safe use of anticoagulants.
Dr. Iqbal is passionate about medical education and serves as a facilitator for national-level anticoagulation masterclasses and an academic speaker for Bristol-Myers Squibb / Pfizer. He has helped author departmental guidance on the management of venous thromboembolic disease. He has been awarded the Lord Eric Avebury Prize for public speaking and teaching. He is also passionate about charitable causes and is the founder of the International Education Fund at Imperial College London and serves as a Trustee for Developing World Healthcare. He is a director of the Global Clinical Network having delivered lectures to medical professionals across the world including the Faculty of Global Health at Imperial College London.
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Acute Medical Consultant at King George Hospital Ilford