Partner: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Zaib Khawaja gained his primary medical education in 2003 from Grigore Th. Popa University of Medicine & Pharmacy in Iasi, Romania. He went on to continue as a Surgical Resident in Vascular Surgery at the Saint Spiridon Hospital of Iasi, from 2004 to 2009 and achieved membership of the Romanian College of Physicians. He has practised in surgical departments in Peterborough & Aberdeen and is presently attached to Birmingham’s renal transplant surgical unit at the new Queen Elisabeth Hospital UK.
In April 2014 he started as as a Marie Curie Research Fellow on the EU funded multi-european ReDVA project. He is interested in arteriovenous access imaging including preoperative & surveillance as well as percutaneous intervention and novel techniques. He is currently seconded to Guerbet, France as part of the knowledge exchange program and is also to follow on as an associate fellow to the ERBP group in view of the Europe update of the vascular access guidelines.