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Thailand
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Negotiable
Posted:
February 11, 2018

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Immunology department, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

+668******** P.O:10700

ac4fl9@r.postjobfree.com Group 10, Building no.4, AlMaamoura, Alexandria, Egypt

+201********* P.O: 21915

ac4fl9@r.postjobfree.com

Awards/Accomplishments:

. Thailand International Post-Graduate Program 2017 Scholarship.

. Siriraj Hospital Graduate Scholarship for studying the Master of science program in Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Mahidol University 2017.

Egypt’s 9th Most Ideal Student 1996.

Quena’s Governorate Most Ideal Student 1999.

. Most Helpful Student "Students Union of Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria2006 EDUCATION

February 2014 – February 2017,

Master of Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutics,

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute

(GEBRI), Sadat City University.

May 2017

Professional Diploma in Laboratory Infection Control - Sadat Academy, Cairo.

December 2010 - March 2011

Professional Diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Obesity – The National Quality Institute, Cairo.

November 2011 - May 2013

Professional Diploma in Public Health - Phoenix Academy, England April 2013 - Sep 2013

Professional Diploma in Medical Statistics - Phoenix Academy, England October 2013 - January 2014

Professional Diploma in Clinical Nutrition - Ain-Shams University 2003 - 2009 Medical Graduate

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery MBBch.

Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University (M.D.)

EXPERIENCE:

07/2012 – NOW Average Hours/Week: 21

Clinical Pathology resident physician

The Immunology Laboratory, Almaamoura Hospital for Chest diseases, Alexandria Directorate of Health Affairs.

Tasks included: 1. Supervise Medical laboratory chemists and technicians. 2. Performs different Immunological tests such as ELISA, RF, CRP, Monospot test, Widal test, Weil Felix test and RIA, Phagocytic function, ELISA and Lymphoproliferation assay.

05/2015 - 02/2017 Average Hours/Week: 21

Hematology Unit Doctor

Almokhtabar Company for Medical Analysis laboratories. Tasks included:

1. Performs blood differential cell counts using manual methods under microscope.

2. Performs all microscopic/macroscopic examination of routine body fluids. 02/2012 – 07/2012 Average Hours/Week: 36

Clinical Pathology trainee physician

Alexandria Directorate of Health Affairs, The Central Laboratories, A 6-months Training.

Tasks included:

1. Performs all microscopic/macroscopic examination of routine body fluids. 2. Performs blood differential cell counts using manual methods under microscope.

3. Perform automated and manual coagulation tests; (prothrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time). 4. Performs all blood chemistries such as Liver function test, Renal function tests, Lipid profile, glucose level, Cardiac enzymes. 5. Performs compatibility testing for blood transfusion ABO, Rh, Du typing, Antibody screening, direct and indirect coombs tests. 12/2011 - 02/2012 Average Hours/Week: 12

Research Trainee

Medical Research Institute, Alexandria Governorate Isolation of High Molecular weight DNA from Biopsies, Total RNA isolation and extraction, cRNA Synthesis.

03/2011 - 02/2012 Average Hours/Week: 36

Primary Health Care physician Ganbaway Health Care Facility, Egyptian Ministry of Health, Egypt

Ganbaway Health Care Facility is a suburban institution that provide regional healthcare for a local community of 30,000 residents. Tasks included: 1. General medical care including management of common diseases and providing routine check-ups for chronic ones. 2. Administering obligatory and optional immunizations. 3. Conducting health education programs to the local community, particularly in lifestyle habits for Hypertension and DM. 03/2010 - 03/2011 Average Hours/Week: 48

House Officer

Alexandria University Hospitals, Egypt

Rotated in six different hospitals forming the Alexandria University Hospitals system, a tertiary referral center with 2000 beds. Tasks Included: 1. admitting patients, taking history, performing physical, order further investigations, discussing the work up plan with Team members and writing patient notes. 2. Engaging in outpatient services, two days per week, with typical patient rate of 30 appointments per day. 3. Presenting cases and participating in weekly grand rounds. 4. Ordering daily ward jobs, such as routine tests and scans.

5. Participating in endoscopies and colonoscopies. 6. Performing various procedures including IV cannulation, arterial gas draw, bladder catheterization, nasogastric tube insertion, paracentesis, suturing wounds and abscess drainage. 7. Assisting with surgeries in theater and deliveries on the obstetric ward. 8. Managing common emergencies such as burns, trauma and coma patients. 9. Participating in the outreach blood donation and campaigns. Volunteer Experience

08/2011 - 6/2012 Average Hours/Week: 10

Japanese Foundation, Alexandria, Egypt

Assistant Instructor in Japanese Traditional Language Course Tasks included Helping in selecting topics to be discussed, collecting appropriate literature, translating into Arabic, preparing formal course materials, creating PowerPoint presentations and finding suitable lecture halls. 03/2009 - 03/2011 Average Hours/Week: 20

Alexandria Medical Student Research Association, Egypt A founding member of AMSRA,

AMSRA, a non-profit organization concerned with all research activity of undergraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine in Alexandria University. The association promoted undergraduate involvement in research and coordinated contact between students and postgraduate researchers. Tasks included:

1. Organized teaching sessions for topics pertinent to clinical research such as MEDLINE, Biostatistics and data entry using SPSS. 2. Developed the association website and database to serve as a hub between students and postgraduates. 3. Spearheaded multiple research teams, and guided them. Membership and Honorary/Professional Societies

• Membership of Egyptian Society for Allergy and Immunotherapy (EGACI)

• Membership of Australian Institute of Medical Scientists

• Membership of Human Genetics Society of Australasia

• Membership of the German stem cell Network

• Membership of Egyptian society of Progenitor Cell Research

• Membership of Egyptian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

• Membership of NAKAA Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Network

• Membership of Egyptian British Society of Obesity

• Membership of Egyptian Syndicate of Doctors since March 2011

• Membership of Medical Students Commission, Alexandria University (2006) Preclinical research:

• In-vitro conditioning of T cells to acquire phenotypic and functional characteristics with Hematopoietic Stem Cells.

• Optimizing adjuvant combinatorial chemotherapy and adoptive immunotherapy.

• Development of novel delivery strategy for DNA vaccine and cytokines for utilization in cancer and infectious diseases.

• Optimizing combined treatment with dendritic cell-based vaccination and cytokine Immunotherapy. Technical experiences

• in vitro cell culture, and Processing, Isolation, cryopreservation, and Thawing of Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear cells 'PBMCs', Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Umbilical cord blood Hematopoietic CD34+ Stem Cells and Wharton's jelly Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

• Processing, isolation, cryopreservation, and thawing of human Peripheral Blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) and Plasma.

• Developed multidrug resistance (MDR) cancer cells.

• Plasmid or cosmid DNA purification.

• Recovering plasmid DNA and Restriction analysis for plasmid verification.

• Total RNA isolation and cDNA synthesis.

• Real time PCR, RT-PCR, Flowcytometry and Immunohistochemistry.

• Isolation of high molecular weight DNA from biopsies.

• Transfection of mammalian cell lines and nucleic acids into eukaryotic cells.

• Transformation of DNA using one shot TOP10 E. coli.

• Preparation of vaccine using different adjuvants and 4-way stopcock.

• Harvesting, preparation of single cell suspension of lymph nodes, spleens, livers, thymus, and lungs.

• Enrichment of immune cells from lymphoid and non-lymphoid tissues.

• Histological preparations.



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