Specialises in all aspects of general paediatrics, neonatology and breastfeeding. She worked in Italy before migrating to the UK where she worked with St Thomas’ Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and other NHS hospitals before setting up a private practice. She is fluent in English and Italian and conversational Spanish.
General Medical Council (GMC), registration n° 7052814:
1) Full registration in the Paediatric specialist registered since October 2009
2) GP Register from 20 November 2018.
Member of Royal College of Paediatrics and child Health, Registration n° 241401
Order of medical doctor of Pisa, Italy, Registration n° 3548, registered since 1992
When not working, Dr. Pierini goes for long swims and enjoys scuba diving. She has dived in the most exotic places around the world.
Dr. Pierini also frequently visits the Maldives where she interacts with local children and provides free medical advice.
Dr Chaban understands that children need to receive the best care at all times. His extensive experience means he is able to provide world class treatment to infants and children alongside a detailed explanation and reassurance for parents.
He has trained at renowned hospitals including Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, University College London Hospital and the Royal London Hospital with the finest practitioners in the UK.
He completed a Master’s degree in Advanced Paediatrics and Child Health at University College London. He holds the position of Royal College Tutor and Education Lead at the University College London.
He is fluent in both English and Arabic.
Dr. Chaban does charity work in many developing countries including Nigeria, Uganda, and Sri Lanka. He is scheduled to go to Vietnam in June 2023.
Dr Chaban understands the importance of research in order to improve and further the care of infants and children. Please see below for his most recent work:
Magnetic Resonance Biomarkers in Neonatal Encephalopathy (MARBLE) Study. January 2014-present
Cool Xenon 3: The neuro-protective efficacy of 50% Xenon along with whole body cooling in neonatal encephalopathy, using proton MRS thalamic [NAA] levels and neurodevelopmental outcome at 18 months.
Imperial College London, August 2015-present
Magnetic Resonance in Infection-Primed Neonatal Encephalopathy and N-acetyl Cysteine (MARINAC) study. January 2016
MSc Project (2011- 2013) Cell death and microglial activation in the newborn piglet following 6h of Isoflurane anaesthesia. University College London, 2011-2013
When not working, Dr. Pierini goes for long swims and scuba diving. She has dived in the most exotic place around the world.
Dr. Pierini also frequents the Maldives where she interacts with local children and provides free medical advice. (Add image of her in the Maldives here)