University of Aberdeen, Scotland
University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Education & Fellowship
Senior Clinical Fellowship (Neonatology, Manchester)
Dr Mohammad Iqbal understands and value the importance research plays in the NHS. He had formal training as a specialist register in the North Trent Deanery in Critical Appraisal, Research Methodologies and Statistics.
Continuous EEG monitoring for the preterm infant :
Listed below are research projects that he have been involved in thus far :
Development of software for continuous electroencephalography
monitoring in preterm newborn babies.
A randomised controlled trial comparing two methods of ETT
length estimation in premature babies.
Elective project at the Department of Paediatrics, University Malaya Titled
“The relationship between childhood asthma & maternal risk factors
in an ethnically diverse population."
Physical activity and bone mass development in children and adolescent.
EXTUBATE trial – Extubation to nascal CPAP compared to bi-level pressure CPAP.
ADEPT trial – early versus delayed enterenal feeding for babies born
with absent or reversed end-diastolic "low and growth restriction".
TOBY study – total body hypothermia in perinatal ashyxia.
Randomised study comparing the efficacy of bolus vs continuos nanogistric
feeling in the paediatric intensive care
INIS study - Immunoglobulin in neonatal sepsis