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Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
November 01, 2016

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Mirghani Ali Elhag Osman (Uthman), Ph.D.

Jersey City, NY 07306

201-***-**** acxbvr@r.postjobfree.com

https://bh.linkedin.com/in/mirghani-osman-2a65a2a

Curriculum Vita

Highly skilled professional with more than twenty-five years' experience in higher education with an expertise in academic advising, research, student engagement programs, supervision and training, and strategic planning and assessment. Elite communicator skilled in establishing goals and leading research projects through all phases of the development process. Exceptional professional and education philosophies that results in effective learning outcomes. Embraces new challenges and innovative educational methods for the improvement of medical teaching and learning.

SELECT ACHIEVEMENTS

Designed and deployed hundreds of undergraduate and graduate courses and degree programs

Established self as Subject Matter Expert on alternative academic program delivery models, and flexible and innovative approaches for earning degrees

Supervised multiple of graduate students on post-doctoral.

Published author, abstract papers, and presented at multiple scientific conferences.

EDUCATION

Doctor of Anatomy, 1981

University of London, United Kingdom

Diploma of Dermatology, 1981

University of London, United Kingdom

Diploma of Venereology, 1980

Royal Society of Apothecaries of London, United Kingdom

Master of Science in Human Morphology, 1976

American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, 1971

University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan

LANGUAGE

English Expert Level

Arabic Native

TEACHING & TRAINING

Arabian Gulf University, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Associate Professor- College of Medicine & Medical Sciences, 2000-2015

Tutored Undergraduate small groups facilitating group discussions, self-learning, concept-planning and integration of relevant facts to the clinical problem presented. Designed, coordinated and provided resource materials for each problem. Evaluated student's performance by continuous assessment of each student in each tutorial session and by a final end of unit examination consisting of MCQs, SEQs and OSPEs. Attended tutoring student groups 2 tutorials weekly, three times a week provided resources and review sessions, and any relevant Tutors-Meetings or Resource-Meetings for each problem in the unit assigned. Contributed to the design, application, and evaluation of the structured method of teaching for a standardized method of structured anatomy demonstrations and small group discussions covering the applied aspects of anatomy for each problem.

University of Dammam KSA, Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Associate Professor – College of Medicine & Medical Sciences, 1984-1999

Taught gross anatomy, histology, embryology and neuroanatomy courses for undergraduate medical students. Performed lectures, tutorials and seminars of basic and applied living, radiological and clinical anatomy. Instructed undergraduate dermatology and executed clinical tutoring of dermatology rotations entailing six clinical rotations per year for 5th year medical students including students’ final clinical examination and evaluation. Supervised student's dissection and histology labs. Administered student evaluation included written (M.C.Q., S.E.Q.), oral and practical examinations as in the traditional system of education. Contributed several lectures and presentations for the Continuing Medical Education Program aimed to provide review and updates of recent advances in medicine for doctors, nurses and technicians in the university hospital (KFHU) and other regional hospitals.

University Appointments:

Member of the Departmental Board, Anatomy Department

Member of Faculty ad-hoc Curriculum Revision Committee

Member of the Faculty Library Committee

Students Advisor

Member of Electron Microscope Committee

Member of Faculty Safety Committee

University of Khartoum

Assistant Professor- Faculty of Medicine 1973-1984

Supervised tutorials, seminars and demonstration in gross anatomy, histology, embryolog and neuroanatomy for undergraduate and postgraduate medical, dental and pharmacy students. Participated in teaching and design of anatomical courses for nursing, radiology and physiotherapy students. Participated in the establishment and running of the Allergy, Leprosy c and the Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) clinic in Soba & Khartoum Hospital.

University Appointments:

Member of the Faculty Board

Member of the Student's Advisory Committee

Member of the Medical Research Committee

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Arabian Gulf University, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Associate Professor- College of Medicine & Medical Sciences, 2000-2015

Clinical and Histopathological Features of Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis:

Role: Principal Investigator

Co-investigator: Satir AA and Tabbara KS

Outcome: Published: Journal of European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology, 2005.

Clinical and Histopathological features of Pyoderma Gangernosum:

Role: Principal Investigator

Co-investigator: Ansari, N.A.

Outcome: Published (Abstract): The 3rd Scientific Conference for HH Princess Al Jawhara Centre for Molecular Medicine, Genetics and Inherited Diseases, CMMS, AGU, Bahrain, 2005.

The Ultrastuctural and immunopathological features of cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania major infections:

Role: Principal (single) Investigator

Outcome: Published (Abstract): 2nd Annual Research Conference, CMMS, AGU, 2004.

Use of Case studies in Assessing Learning Outcomes in the Integration of Anatomical Principles in the Musculoskeletal System:

Role: Co-Investigator

Principal Investigator: Chakravarty, M.

Outcome: Published (Abstract): 2nd Annual Research Conference, CMMS, AGU, 2004.

Ultrastructure of the Dermo-epidermal Junction:

Role: Principal (single) Investigator

Outcome: Published (Abstract): First Electron Microscopy Workshop, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman, 2004.

Assessment of Anatomy in a Problem-Based Curriculum:

Role: Co-Investigator

Principal Investigator: Chakravarty, M.

Outcome: Published: Clinical Anatomy, 2003

Dissemination of Human Cutaneous Leishmaniasis due to Leishmania major infection:

Role: Co-Investigator

Principal Investigator: Al-Qurashi, A.

Outcome: Published: Int. J. Dermatol. (2000)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Received Professional Training & Attended Workshops in Institutional Self Study Planning, Implementation and Report, Concept Mapping, Course and Program Specification and Reports, Strategies of the Positive Thinking Stimulation, Quality Improvement of Computerized Tools to Better Performance, International Master Course of Aging Skin: Diagnosis and Management of Lymphoma for Health Care Professionals, Diagnostic Dermatopathology, Diagnostic Reasoning Using Interactive Computer-Based Patients, Problem-Base Learning: Twenty-Five years of reflective experience,, Oman First Electron Microscopy, Methods of Setting Standards for Assessment,, Introduction to Evidence based Medicine, Problem Construction in PBL,

Received Academic Training & Attended Workshops in Tutorial Skills for Small Group PBL Sessions, Developing Core Content for the CMMS Undergraduate Curriculum, The Use of the Web CT in Teaching and Learning, Faculty Development of Tutoring Skills, Undergraduate Medical Curriculum Evaluation, Methods of Assessment: True/False Critique, Tutoring Skills in PBL, and Orientation Programme for New-Staff Joining the College

PUBLICATIONS

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1.Abu-Hijleh M, Chakravarty M, Osman M, Salem A, Fadel R and Dharap A (2010). The place of Anatomy in Medical Education: Guide Supplement 41.2. Practical Application. Medical Teacher. AMEE Guide Supplement, 33: 604-606.

2.Abalkhail A, Satti MB, Uthman MAE, et.al.(2007). Rhinoscleroma: A Clinicopathological study from the Gulf region. Singapore Medical Journal 48 (2): 148–151.

3.Uthman MAE, Satir AA, Tabbara KS (2005). Clinical and histopathological features of Zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis in Saudi Arabia. Journal of European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology, 19: 431-436.

4.Uthman MAE (2005): Current Concepts in pathogenesis and management of urticaria and angioedema, Bahrain Medical Bulletin 27 (2): 91-93.

5.Chakravarty M, Latif NA, Abu-Hijleh MF, Osman MAE, Dharap A and Ganguly PK (2005): Assessment of anatomy in a problem-based curriculum. Clinical Anatomy 18 =: 131-136.

6.Abu-Hijleh MF, Chakravarty M, Latif NA, Osman M, Al Shboul Q, Bandaranayke R and Ganguly PK (2005): Structured – Problem – Related Anatomy Demonstrations: Making order of random teaching events. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 17: 69-73.

7.Ganguly PK, Chakravarty M, Latif NA, Osman MAE and Abu-Hijleh, M (2003): Teaching anatomy in a problem-based curriculum at the Arabian Gulf University: the new face of the museum. Clinical Anatomy 16: 256-261.

8.Khan AA, Osman MAE, Ahmed M, (ED) (2001):Understanding Human Histology, 2nd Ed. (2001) Adam Publishers and Distributors, Delhi, India.

9.Al-Qurashi, Ghandour AM, Osman M, Al-Juma M: (2000) Dissemination in cutaneous leishmaniasis due to Leishmania major in different ethnic groups in Saudi Arabia Intern. J. Dermatol, 39 : 832-836.

Abstract Publication:

1 Osman A.E. Mirghani, Ismail M.A. Al Ajab and Abu-Hijleh Marwan (Selective Use of E-Learning for Improving Outcomes of Human Anatomy Instruction). http://library.iated.org/view/MIRGHANI2012SEL) July 2012.

2. Osman MAE, Alagab MA, Ibrahim FA: Blended E-learning Module in Basic Anatomy and Physiology for the Premedical and Paramedical Students in Saudi Arabia. Sixth International SETIT 2011 Conference. Tunisia. March 2011

3. Histological and ultrastructural features of Human Epidermal Cells and the Dermo-epidermal Junction. 9th Conference of the GCC League of the Dermatologist, Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. November 2007

4. Types and Ultrastructure of Inflammatory Cells in Human Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis. The 6th Annual Scientific Conference of HH Princess Al Jawhara Centre for Molecular Medicine and Inherited Diseases. CMMS, AGU, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. October 2007

5 The Pathogenesis, Classification and Management of Urticaria. Paediatric Dermatology Symposium. Qatif Central Hospital, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. January 2006.

Reviewed Journal

1.Peer Reviewer for the Saudi Journal of Community and Family Medicine (2001).

2.Peer Reviewer for the Journal of the Bahrain Medical Society (2000).

3.Peer Reviewer for: Sudan Medical Journal (1983 – 2000).

CONFERENCES & PRESENTATIONS

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1.Osman A.E. Mirghani, Ismail M.A. Al Ajab and Abu-Hijleh Marwan 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, EDULEARN-12. July 2012. Barcelona, Spain.

2.Conference and Workshop on (Teaching Physiology). International Union of Physiological Science (IUPS). CMMS, March 2012. AGU, Bahrain.

3.8th International Scientific Conference Al Jawhara Centre, CMMS, November 2011. AGU, Bahrain.

4.Osman MAE, Alagab MA, Ibrahim FA: Blended E-learning Module in Basic Anatomy and Physiology for the Premedical and Paramedical Students in Saudi Arabia. Sixth International SETIT March 2011 Conference. Tunisia

5.Histological and ultrastructural features of Human Epidermal Cells and the Dermo-epidermal Junction. 9th Conference of the GCC League of the Dermatologist, March 2007. Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

6.Types and Ultrastructure of Inflammatory Cells in Human Zoonotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis. The 6th Annual Scientific Conference of HH Princess Al Jawhara Centre for Molecular Medicine and Inherited Diseases. CMMS, AGU, October 2007. Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.

7.Abu-Hijleh MF, Chakravarty M, Al Shboul Q, Latif NA, Osman MAE, Dharap A, Fadel R and Ganguly PK: A standardized method of structured anatomy demonstrations in a problem-based learning curriculum: improving student learning and faculty teaching. Proceeding of the 4th GCC Conference of the Faculties of Medicine and Medical Education. November 2004. Al Ain, UAE.

8.Abu-Hujleh MF, Chakravarty M, Al Shboul Q, Latif NA, Osman MAE, Dharap A, Bandaranayke R and Ganguly PK: Structured problem-related Anatomy Demonstration: A standardized method of teaching. Proceeding of 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Problem-Based-Learning in Health Sciences. September 2004. Manila, Philippines.

9.Uthman MAE (Guest Speaker): The ultrstructure of the dermoepidermal junction. Oman's First Electron Microscopy Workshop. Sultan Qaboos University, March 2004. Muscat, Oman

10.Latif NA, Chakravarty M, Abu-Hijleh MF, Dharap A, Osman MAE and Ganguly PK: Use of case studies in assessing learning outcomes in the integration of anatomical principles in the musculoskeletal system. Second Annual Research Conference. CMMS, AGU, February 2004. Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain.

11.Network Conference for Innovations in Health Profession, Education and Community Orientation: Implementation, Sustainability and Best Evidence of Effectiveness, October 2000. Manama, Bahrain.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Bahrain Medical Society

European Academy of Dermatology & Venerology

British Association of Clinical Anatomists

Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland

Sudan Medical Association



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