Dr. Kanakkande Kandy Zainul Aabideen | Pediatrician+Hematologist+Oncologist | Abu Dhabi | UAE

Dr. Kanakkande Kandy Zainul Aabideen Pediatrician+Hematologist+Oncologist Abu Dhabi, UAE

About - Dr. Kanakkande Kandy Zainul Aabideen

sity in Kerala, India, followed by his Post Graduation in Pediatrics from the University of Mumbai, Dr. Zainul Aabideen transferred to the United Kingdom in 2001 to undertake further training in these areas. Training & Employment in the UK In the United Kingdom, Dr. Zainul Aabideen obtained a Masters degree in Pediatric Oncology at Birmingham University, a Postgraduate certificate in Medical Education at Manchester University, and completed an International Fellowship in Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation at the Great North Children s Hospital in Newcastle. He also received Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). Working within Pediatric, Hematology, Oncology and Immunodeficiency departments, Dr. Aabideen gained further valuable experience in a number of high profile hospitals, including the Royal Marsden Hospital, University Hospital, and Imperial College Healthcare Centre in London; the Manchester Children s Hospital; Alder Hey Children s Hospital in Liverpool; the Queen s Medical Centre in Nottingham; and the Bristol Children s Hospital, before moving onto Consultant roles in both Manchester and Coventry. During his time in the UK, Dr. Aabideen became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member of the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health in 2005, and a member of both the International Pediatric Oncology Organization (SIOP) and the UK Childrens Cancer and Leukemia Group (CCLG). Publications & Events Dr. Aabideen is proud to have published a number of peer reviewed articles in the fields of Pediatrics, Pediatric Hematology, and Oncology, in a variety of International Journals. Dr. Aabideen has also actively shared his knowledge with others by contributing towards international conference presentations all across the world, including events in India, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, UK and the USA. Work in the United Arab Emirates Following successful stint training and working in the United Kingdom, Dr. Aabideen transferred back to the United Arab Emirates in 2016, in order to help improve healthcare in the region by employing techniques and methods learned in the UK. With special areas of interest and expertise including pediatric leukemia, pediatric solid tumors, thalassemia, anemia, hemophilia, pediatric immunodeficiency disease, and bone marrow transplantation, Dr. Aabideen works at Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi. Adhering to strict UK guidelines, he follows a UK-based protocol management system to achieve the best outcomes for children with cancer and other blood diseases all across the UAE.

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