Dr. Shabeer Ahmed

Surgical Gastroenterologist, Colorectal Surgeon, General / Gastro Intestinal / Laparoscopic / Diabetic / Procto Surgeon.
M.S, FRCS (London), MMAS( Dundee)
Dr. Shabeer Ahmed is an eminent Senior Consultant Gastrointestinal & Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgeon with over 30 years of extensive surgical experience. He is also an acknowledged teacher and mentor by the Association of Laparoscopic Surgery (ALS), UK. As an avid researcher, his interests included colon cancer screening and prevention, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), teaching medicine, and clinical medical ethics.

He was a supervisor for several research projects and clinical trials in Dundee (UK). His contributions in peer-reviewed publications, review articles, and abstracts to the medical literature are also worth-mentioning.

Area of Expertise:

  • Advanced laparoscopic surgery especially for gastrointestinal cancer. He has his passion for Video-Assisted Thoracic Surgery (VATS), Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Surgery.

After having completed his Doctor of Medicine with honors from Madras University (1986), Dr. Shabeer Ahmed pursued his MS from Mysore University (1989). He was further trained for 8 years as a surgeon in the Republic of Ireland (1989 -1996). He obtained his FRCS from England in 1995. He joined Professor Alfred Cuscheri in Nine well Hospital, Scotland with his passion for Minimal Access Surgery and later was awarded with Master in Minimal Access Surgery (MMAS) from Dundee University, Scotland. He also spent his one full year doing research in laparoscopic handling and submitted a thesis in 2002.

He was appointed as a consultant colorectal surgeon in the republic of Ireland from 1998 – 2001. He was later appointed as a consultant colorectal surgeon in Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline, Scotland for 4 years.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Dr. Shabeer Ahmed further established a laparoscopic centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, where he had successfully performed around 240 cases of colorectal cancers laparoscopically. These numbers were recognized by the Association of Laparoscopic Surgery (ALS) and he was made a “Preceptor”, who went around various parts of UK to train surgeons.
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