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Dr Kadhaya David Muballe graduated with MBChB in 1994, and MMED Surgery in 2001 from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He started postgraduate neurosurgical training at the University of Washington Seattle, USA (2004-2006) and then moved to Albert Luthuli Central Hospital [University of Kwa-Zulu Natal] (2007 - 2012) where he completed his training and attained the qualification of Fellow of the Colleges of Neurosurgeons of South Africa (FC Neurosurgery) SA and MMED Neurosurgery, he completed a PhD in Neurosurgery/Neurosciences at the Walter Sisulu University in 2017. Dr Muballe worked as a specialist Neurosurgeon at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital and Senior lecturer WSU (2013 – 2017) where he helped set up the first fully accredited Neurosurgical training in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa before moving to head of neurosurgery at Livingstone Hospital in Port Elizabeth.
Neurodegeneration processes/Alzheimer’s disease Therapy of dementia disorders in the light of new technologies :nanotechnology, proteomics, metabolomics, genomic medicine, personalized therapy Molecular base of neurodegenerative disorders Rehabilitation and physical activity of dementia disorders