Angela Wabulya, MBChB

Assistant Professor
Epilepsy

Clinical Interests

Evaluation and management of epilepsy including epilepsy surgery, epilepsy and pregnancy, continuous electroencephalography in the intensive care unit, clinical neurophysiology including EEG and evoked potential in addition to developing epilepsy surgical programs in under-served regions.

Clinical Research Interests

Epilepsy management including surgery, EEG patterns in encephalopathy/ICU and associations with brain imaging, translation of epilepsy care models from resourced and under-resourced regions and evoked potentials.

Certifications

  • Board Certified, Neurology. American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2012
  • Board Certified, Epilepsy, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2014
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) November, 2007
  • Certificate of full registration with the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners’ Council, 2002

Education/Training

Epilepsy Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 2014

Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 2013

Science of Clinical Investigation, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland 2012

Adult Neurology residency training, Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 2012

Introduction to Clinical Research, Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland 2011

Internal medicine preliminary year, Orlando Regional Medical Center
Orlando, Florida 2009

Medical and Surgical Internship, Mulago National Referral and Teaching Hospital
Kampala, Uganda 2002

Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery (MB CHB), Makerere University, 2001