Dr Ahmed Albu-Soda is a gastroenterologist based at The Princess Grace Hospital and Nuffield Health at St Bartholomew's Hospital.
He specialises in endoscopy, hepatobiliary, and inflammatory bowel disease and is an expert at treating digestive disorders and symptoms including IBS, abdominal pain, bloating, heartburn, constipation, diarrhoea, and difficulty swallowing.
Dr Albu-Soda performs high-volume endoscopy of the oesophagus, stomach, and colon, and has honed his skills to deliver high-quality examinations with minimal discomfort. He also uses techniques such as transnasal endoscopy and underwater colonoscopy to decrease discomfort levels. Furthermore, he has advanced training in abdominal ultrasound, which he believes is an essential part of gastroenterology examinations.
Dr Albu-Soda gained his medical qualifications in 2012 and trained on the renowned Marie Curie Training Network in neurogastroenterology. His PhD, undertaken at the University of London, focused on digestive pain. His postgraduate certificate in general medical ultrasound was completed at King's College London.
In addition to his clinical work, he is involved in medical education and holds an honorary senior clinical lectureship at Queen Mary University of London. He is also active in research and his recent publications include 'The anatomical basis for transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation' and 'Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis: Conditioned Pain Modulation in Irritable Bowel Syndrome'.