Midlands and Oxford

Regional Network Coordinators

Nnamdi Orah (Midlands) – orah.nnamdi@gmail.com

Nnamdi is a Commonwealth Scholar from Nigeria, currently completing an MSc Oncology at the University of Nottingham. He previously studied Medicine and Surgery at Nnamdi Azikiwe University and did residency training in Histopathology at Lagos University Teaching Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria.



Fazle Chowdhury (Oxford) – mastershakil@hotmail.com

Fazle is a Commonwealth Scholar from Bangladesh and is in the second year of his DPhil Clinical Medicine at the University of Oxford. He completed his MSc Tropical and Infectious disease 2009 at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) where he was also as a Commonwealth Scholar. He also completed his Fellowship in Medicine in January 2013 from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeon (BCPS).

His research interests are tropical immunology, clinical trials and toxicology. Currently he is working on defining the protective immune response against Burkholderia pseudomallei infection by studying patients with Melioidosis in Thailand and Bangladesh. Before starting the DPhil, Fazle worked as a medical consultant, in a remote primary level health care hospital in Bangladesh.

Your network

Join the Midlands and Oxford Regional Network Facebook group to get in touch with the Coordinators and other network members.

If the name used on your Facebook account differs from that on your award documents, please contact engage@cscuk.org.uk with your CSC Scholar reference and your name as it appears on Facebook so that your request to join the group can be authorised.

University Representatives

University of Aston
Debashree De – de.debashree@gmail.com

If you would like to volunteer as a representative for your institution, please email the relevant Coordinator for your region.

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