Dr Musa graduated from Guy’s, Kings and St. Thomas’s School of Medicine, Kings College London. He completed the London Deanery specialist training programme in gastroenterology and general internal medicine.

He undertook clinical research at St. George’s Hospital, University of London, focusing on luminal and liver dysfunction on general/specialist critical care units, resulting in peer-reviewed publications and book chapter. He developed the high-resolution oesophageal manometry service for research and clinical purposes.

He was appointed as gastroenterologist and general physician at Bedford Hospital in 2012, taking on the clinical lead for inflammatory bowel disease, deputy upper gastrointestinal cancer lead, Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy trainer and lead gastroenterology medical student tutor (Cambridge University).

In 2014, he was appointed consultant gastroenterologist at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. His clinical interests include luminal gastroenterology, general hepatology and endoscopy.