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Neonatal Medicine
Paediatric Neurology


General Medical Council: 6026158


english, arabic


Dr Badr Chaban is a paediatrician with subspecialization in neonatology. He has gained his extensive experience training at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, University College London Hospital and the Royal London Hospital. In 2013 dr Chaban received his master's degree in Advanced paediatrics and child health from University College London. He completed his PhD in Neuroscience at Imperial College London. 

Dr Badr Chaban works as a neonatal consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, at both Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital and St Mary's Hospital. He has been an associate director of the Centre of Perinatal Neurosciences at Imperial College, London since 2014. 

Dr Chaban is a dedicated doctor committed to offering the best possible care to infants and children. He provides world-class treatment to paediatric patients and detailed explanation and reassurance to parents. Dr Chaban's treats a wide range of paediatric conditions, including complex ones. 

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Medical Procedures

  • Neuro-development and general development assessment and monitoring
  • Neonatal medicine (neonatal MR imaging and cerebral MR biomarkers studies) 

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Special Interests

  • Neonatal medicine
  • Neurology
  • Child neuro-development 
  • General problems affecting infants 
  • Growth and nutrition
  • Immunisation
  • Respiratory infections 
  • Vaccination
  • Renal problems (urinary tract infections, daytime and bed wetting)
  • Skin problems 


  • M.R.C.P.C.H - Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (UK) - 2007
  • MSC, Advanced Paediatrics - University College London - 2013    
  • PhD, Neuroscience - Imperial College London - 2015-2018