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Prince Nwaubani

Prince Nwaubani

Prince Nwaubani

Clinical Research Fellow in Imaging
Location: Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre, Knightsgate Road, University of Sussex, Falmer BN1 9RR

Other roles: Honorary Specialist Registrar (General Psychiatry) 

Area of expertise: Neuroinflammation, Genomic Medicine, General Psychiatry

Research areas: Neuroimaging, Neuroscience, Clinical trials, DNA profiling techniques (microbes) 



Prior to becoming a Clinical Research Fellow at the Clinical imaging Sciences Center (CISC), Prince was an Academic Clinical Fellow in General Adult Psychiatry at Keele University. He was also Sub-Investigator in the Multicenter national MADE and Masitinib clinical trials at his local NHS site. 

His other prior roles include Clinical academic mentorship fellow at the MRC center for neuropsychiatric genetics and genomics and Honorary research associate at Cardiff University.

In 2013/14, Prince was Clinical Tutor on the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program, St Georges International School of Medicine.

His academic qualifications include an MBBS from Abia State University (Nigeria), Masters in Biotechnology from Teesside University, Postgraduate Certificate in Genomic Medicine from the University of Birmingham and Postgraduate credits in Research methods in health from Keele University. He also successfully completed online modules on global tobacco control from John Hopkins Bloomberg School of public health. 



Dr Prince is currently registered as a PhD candidate as part of a BSMS postgraduate degree. His PhD project focuses on the In vivo characterisation of hippocampal pathology in patients with Depression associated to Multiple Sclerosis using novel multimodal quantitative MR imaging. He is being supervised and mentored by Dr Alessandro Colassanti and Prof Mara Cercignani.

Selected publications

Nwaubani P, Nazir E. Primary progressive aphasia: a case report on diagnostic issues. Journal of Geriatric Care and Research 2018, 5(1): 6-8 

Nwaubani P. How should the incidental findings emerging from whole genomic sequencing projects be managed: a review of the literature. J Pharmacogenomics Pharmacoproteomics 2017

Deb, T., Lempp, H., Bakolis, I., Vince, T., Waugh, W., & Henderson, C. (2019). Responding to experienced and anticipated discrimination (READ): anti-stigma training for medical students towards patients with mental illness–study protocol for an international multisite non-randomised controlled study. BMC medical education, 19(1), 41. (Indigo read study group).