Nabeel Abdulrazzaq Fattah

Lecturer

College of Medicine

Department of Pharmacology and Biophysics

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  • I received PhD degree at Newcastle University / UK in May 2018. My project was about a novel wireless system for restoring sight. I passed the viva successfully and finished the project. During this study, I established a new group (Optogenetic Visual Cortical Prosthesis) for restoring sight. The OVCP group and this project is the only group in the world for restoring sight by delivering light to the visual cortex. 

    I interested in retinal and visual cortical prosthesis for restoring sight. Currently, I am a new system for aiding the ultra low vision people and treating lazy eye by new techniques. 

    My future work will be a new method for treating glaucoma without surgery.

     

     

  • Google scholar

  • Wireless data and power transfer of an optogenetic implantable visual cortex stimulator, N Fattah, S Laha, D Sokolov, G Chester, P Degenaar, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 2015

     

    A low power flash-FPGA based brain implant micro-system of PID control, L Xia, N Fattah, A Soltan, A Jackson, G Chester, P Degenaar, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 339th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 2017

     

    Radiation leakage from electromagnetic oven, A Khalil, RT Ali, NA Fattah, Journal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences 8 (4), 483-488, 2015

    A New Theory of Light, N Fattah, Journal of Modern Physics 6 (04), 381, 2015

     

  • 2018, PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Newcastle University, UK

    2016, Diploma in Human Resource, ALISON Institute, Ireland

    2016, Diploma in Human Anatomy, ALISON Institute, Ireland

    2016, Diploma in Nursing and Patient Care, ALISON Institute, Ireland

    2016, Nursing Studies - The Physical Examination, ALISON Institute, Ireland

    2004, MSc in Nuclear Physics (1st honour), Salahaddin University, IRAQ

    1997, BSc in General Physics (1st honour), Salahaddin University, IRAQ

    • International and local Symposium
    • N. Fattah, W. Al-Atabany, D. Sokolov, G. Chester, P. Degenaar (Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne/UK), “Real-Time Fully Wireless Implantable Optogenetics Visual Cortical Stimulator,” the 2nd International Symposium on Artificial Vision in Aachen, Germany, 2015. (Oral Presentation – 13 minutes)
    • Nabeel Fattah, “Lighting up the visual cortex: Optogenetic Cortical prosthesis,” Brain Hardcourt memorial Meeting, Hazelwood Castle, York, UK, 10th May 2016. (Lecture – 30 minutes)
    • Local conferences and meetings contributions
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Wireless Neuroprosthesis Implant,” HCDP conference, Nottingham, 16 Sep 2013, Poster.
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Wireless Neuroprosthesis Implant,” North East Epilepsy Research Network meeting, Durham, 27 Sep 2013
    • School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Newcastle University, Annual Research Conference 23/24 January 2014, poster. Best poster award
    • School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Newcastle University, Annual Research Conference, 21/22 January 2015, (Oral Presentation – 12 minutes).
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Optogenetic visual cortex implant,” NUIAPGR Research Day, North Great Museum, Newcastle, 10 March 2015, poster. Best poster award.
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Optogenetic visual cortex implant,” Biomedical Engineering day, Newcastle, 15 December 2015, poster.
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Wireless power transfer for the Optogenetic implantable visual cortex stimulator,” ARC conference, 20/21 January 2016, paper, (Oral Presentation – 12 minutes), Best paper presentation award.
    • N. Fattah, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Optoelectronic Visual Prosthesis,” Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Newcastle, UK, 19 April 2016.
    • S. Nayyef, N. Fattah, W. Al-atabany, G. Chester, D. Sokolov and P. Degenaar, “Image processing and still Image Transferring for Optogenetics Visual Cortical Stimulator”, Biomedical Engineering Day, Newcastle University, UK,  2015
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