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Dr Ahmed Albusoda

Dr Ahmed Albusoda

Liverpool Street Digestive Centre

Gastroenterology 07528977

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Specialises in

  • Endoscopy
  • Hepatobiliary
  • Inflammatory bowel disease

About me

I am a consultant physician, who specialises in the digestive system. I received world-class training in gastroenterology, endoscopy and digestive ultrasound. I was part of the prestigious Marie Curie Training Network in neurogastroenterology (NEUROGUT). This was a 3.7-million-euro project funded by the European Commission to create the next generation of leaders in the field. I did my PhD under professor Qasim Aziz in digestive pain. My PhD thesis was titled ‘’Central Modulation of Visceral Pain Hypersensitivity’ which was awarded by the University of London.



I had extensive training in neurogastoenterology which makes me an expert in treating painful digestive conditions such as IBS, abdominal pain, bloating, heartburn, constipation, diarrhoea, and difficulty in swallowing.



I perform a high volume endoscopy of the oesophagus, stomach and colon every year. This helped me establish my technique to deliver high-quality and thorough examination while keeping the discomfort to a minimum level. I use innovative techniques such as transnasal endoscopy and underwater colonoscopy to minimise discomfort.


My other passion is digestive ultrasound. During my training in Europe, I was trained to perform an advanced ultrasound of the abdomen. I am a firm believer that ultrasound is a part of the clinical examination in a specialised gastroenterology clinic. I find it helpful to see live images of your liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen and other organs. I find office ultrasound saves time and enriches my patients' experience. I was also awarded a postgraduate certificate (with merits) in general medical ultrasound from King’s College London.



I currently hold a substantive consultant position at Barts Health, Royal London and Whipps Cross hospitals which I joined as a consultant back in 2018.



I continue to be actively involved in teaching and research. I currently hold an Honorary Senior Clinical Lectureship at Queen Mary University of London ( The Wingate Insitute for Neurogastroenterology, Barts and The London School of Medicine).



Grants and Awards


2015: FP7 EU Marie Curie Fellowship funded by the European Commission

2017: Recognition Certificate from The American Gastroenterological Association

2017: Bart’s Charity Scheme B Fellowship £65,907.00 to cover salary and tuition fees



Recent publications


The anatomical basis for transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation.

Butt MF, Albusoda A, el al



Management of supragastric belching with cognitive behavioural therapy: factors determining success and follow-up outcomes at 6-12 months post-therapy.

Sawada A, Anastasi N, Green A, Glasinovic E, Wynter E, Albusoda A, Hajek P, Sifrim D.Aliment



Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis: Conditioned Pain Modulation in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Ahmed Albusoda, James K Ruffle, Kathrine A Friss, Maximilian R Gysan, Asbjørn M Drewes, Qasim Aziz & Adam D Farmer



Development, content validity, and cross-cultural adaptation of a patient-reported outcome measure for real-time symptom assessment in irritable bowel syndrome.

Vork L, Keszthelyi D, Mujagic Z, Kruimel JW, Leue C, Pontén I, Törnblom H, Simrén M, Albu-Soda A, Aziz Q, et al


A fresh look at IBS opportunities for systems medicine approaches.

Albusoda A et al



Vagus nerve stimulation in clinical practice.

Farmer AD, Albu-Soda A, Aziz Q.



What drives the hypoalgesic effect of neurostimulation?

Ahmed Albusoda, Adam D Farmer, Qasim Aziz

The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology







The tribes and tribulations of laryngopharyngeal reflux: a review of recent studies with implications for interdisciplinary collaborations between otolaryngologists and gastroenterologists.

Bărboi OB, Prelipcean CC, Cobzeanu MD, Palade D, Albu-Soda A et al



Effect of Slow Deep Breathing and Attention on the Autonomic Nervous System

Ahmed Albusoda et al

Areas of interest

Gastroenterology; neurogastroenterology; pain; bloating; SIBO; IBS; Irritable bowel syndrome; functional Gut disorders; Dysregulation of Brain-Gut interaction; constipation; diarrhoea; abdominal wall pain; abdominal ultrasound; gastroscopy; colonoscopy; sport gastroenterology; nutrition; hypnotherapy; gastric ulcers; Crohn's disease; ulcerative colitis; inflammatory bowel disease; transnasal gastroscopy; underwater colonoscopy; polypectomy; gastrointestinal physiology testing; MI pH studies; high-resolution manometry; Bravo capsule; biofeedback; GORD; reflux monitoring; achalasia; eosinophilic oesophagitis; mast cell activation syndrome; Haemorrhoids; anal fissures

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