Head of Division/Reader in Surgical Uro-oncology
Division of Imaging & Technology
Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
+(44) 01382 660111
Clinical academic in urology trained in Surgery and Urology in India, East of Scotland Training Programme in Urology, France and Germany. Previously Clinical Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen. Besides heading the academic section of Urology at the University of Dundee, Mr Nabi is lead for prostate cancer Surgery in Tayside and chair of Tayside Urological Cancers Network. He introduced a number of minimally invasive surgical techniques for Tayside including laparoscopic surgery in prostate cancer, single port surgery and cryoablation for renal cancers.
Mr Nabi’s research programme of “early detection and minimally invasive treatment” for urological cancers focuses on:
2. Technology appraisal (evidence synthesis) and basic research in surgical technology in the area of unmet needs.
3. Surgical technology, lasers, Raman spectroscopy, Biophotonics, Elastography and Focused Ultrasound Surgery (FUS)
4. Long-term cohort studies including use of secondary datasets.
Mr Nabi is lead of undergraduate teaching in Urology. He supervises a student selected surgical module in “urological and surgical cancers”.
He is supervisor for postgraduate teaching in urology besides PhD and MSc students.
Ismail El-Mokadem, 'Significance of chromosomal aberration in small renal masses', 2013.
Rafailov Ilya, 'In-vivo validation of laser optical diagnosis system in the detection of urinary bladder cancer', 2013.