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About Prof. Osama Badr Moawad

About Prof. Osama Badr Moawad2019-02-17T00:34:35+00:00

Medical Director

Executive Summary

Professor and consultant dermatologist with over than 40 years’ experience in the field, with expertise in the area of cosmetic surgery. Years of dedication, extensive research and experience, and author of numerous published articles on cosmetic surgery and skin disease, bring recognition among peers as renowned cosmetic surgeon. Since 1997, providing the visionary leadership, strategic planning and operational guidance, as founder and executive direction of the specialized clinics/L’institute, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Since 2004 as a founder of Moawad Skin Institute (MSI), Cairo-Egypt, demonstrating stature as a physician and competency as a leader. Specific Areas of expertise including; Dermatology, Cosmetic surgery, and Laser surgery.

SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • First dermatologist in the Middle East to use pulsed dye lasers to treat both vascular and pigmented skin lesions; successfully treating thousands of patients since

  • Established the first laser unit at the Security Forces Hospital (Riyadh), Saudi Arabia, changing the fate for many patients and bringing national recognition from colleagues and

  • Designed and implemented programs for immediate improvement and alternative services in line with department goals and results for dermatology services at the Security Forces Hospital,

  • Identified restructuring opportunities to increase efficiency and effectiveness while implementing policy and controls to ensure compliance for excellence in quality and outstanding patient

  • Pioneered the development and foundation for L’institute, one of the first private centers in Riyadh for dermatology, laser and cosmetic

  • Provided the strategic vision, a high visibility market recognition campaign, and operational guidance for the business development and long-term positioning of the Specialized Clinics in the market.

  • Created and developed a line of physician-formulated skin care products, under the trademark M-Care and Dr Derm, sold exclusively through dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

Education and Credentials

1985       MEDICAL DOCTORATE (M.D) IN DERMATOLOGY &  VENEREOLOGY. Ain Shams University. Cairo, Egypt. Thesis “The Pathogenesis of Skin Infections in Diabetes Mellitus”

1980       MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.SC.)  (EXCELLENT). Ain Shams University.  Cairo, Egypt. Thesis ” kaposi’s Sarcoma: Clinical and Histopathological Studies”.

1976       BACHELOR DEGREE (M.B., B.CH) (VERY GOOD WITH   HONORS)   Ain Shams University.   Cairo, Egypt.

Membership and Fellowship

  • Egyptian Society of Dermatology

  • Saudi Society of Dermatology and Venereology “Advisory Board” (inactive)

  • Annals of Saudi Medicine” Advisory board” (inactive)

  • British Medical Journal [Middle East) “Honorary Consultant” (inactive)

  • Asian Dermatologic Association

  • European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (inactive)

  • American Academy of Dermatology

  • International Society of Dermatologic Surgery

  • International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeon

  • International Society of Cosmetic Dermatology

Employment

Moawad Skin Institute (MSI)

Founder, Executive director & Chief Cosmetic Surgeon (2004-Present)

Provides directive leadership in the formation and strategic development of luxurious Medical Spa Chain “MSI”. Directs daily operations while meeting objectives to enhance business operations, and identifies restructuring opportunities to increase efficiency and effectiveness, while implementing controls to ensure compliance.

Chief Dermatologist and advisor to staff on general dermatology as well as cosmetic dermatological procedures. Supervise and review all medical cases and perform most surgical procedures with specialized training in cosmetic surgery –skin resurfacing procedures and soft tissue augmentation, and body contouring.

L’institute (Specialized Clinics) Riyadh, KSA

Founder, Executive Director ((1998-APRIL  2003)

Provides directive leadership in the formation and strategic development of L’institute, a wholly owned subsidiary of Specialized Clinics. Provides the strategic vision and operational guidance; accessing and developing strategic directives and initiatives. Directs daily operations while meeting objectives to enhance business operations, and identifies restructuring opportunities to increase efficiency and effectiveness, while implementing controls to ensure compliance. Effectively write proposals and negotiates contracts with suppliers/manufacturers, while developing high-visibility market recognition campaigns for business development.

Chief Dermatologist and advisor to staff on general dermatology as well as cosmetic dermatological procedures. Supervise and review all medical cases and perform most surgical procedures with specialized training in cosmetic surgery –skin resurfacing procedures, liposculpture and soft tissue augmentation. Additionally, created and developed a line of physician-formulated skin care products, under the trademark M-Care and Dr Derm, sold exclusively through dermatologists and plastic surgeons.

Consultant & Chief of Dermatology. SFH Riyadh, KSA (1989 TO  MAR 1998)

Security Forces Hospital is an ultra-modern 508-bed referral hospital under the management of the American Medical International (AMI) company. Eligibility is limited to military personnel of the Ministry of Interior and their dependents.

The Dermatology Department is equipped with the highest international standard encountering a full range of skin problems referred from all primary care facilities nationwide. A premium standard of care is made possible with the aid of excellent laboratory and ancillary services. The obligatory Quality Assurance Program makes it a more exciting and challenging position.

Administrative responsibilities

Administer affairs of dermatology department and maintain effective inter-service relations. Develop and implement policies and procedures. Coordinate and schedule activities for staff members (medical and technical), interview perspective candidates for resident, registrar and consultant positions. Counsel subordinates in professional, educational and personal matters. Update library material, pharmaceuticals and required equipment.

Clinical Responsibilities

  • Maintain high standards of excellence in providing dermatological services for average (2000) patients a month both as outpatients and inpatients. Advise other medical specialties on dermatological problems throughout the hospital including emergencies. Provide direction and assistance to The High Medical Military Committee and respond to medical (fitness) reports.

  • Introduced cosmetic dermatologic Surgery as a distinctive service.

  • Established a successful first Laser Surgery Unit.

  • Performing current surgical procedures including:

  • Laser Surgery: (Yellow and Green pulsed dye laser; Q-switched ruby and CO2)

  • Chemical Peels: (light and Medium depth).

  • Dermabrasion (open, closed as well as manual derma-sanding)

  • Subcision

  • Micro-liposuction and micro-lipo-infiltration

  • Lipocytic-dermal augmentation.

  • Performing classical dermato-surgical techniques (cryosurgery, excisional surgery etc.).

Educational Responsibilities

  • Training and supervising residents and registrars.

  • Developing and supervising educational programs using audiovisual aids. Active participant in post- graduate teaching and training activities; grand rounds, tutorials, bedside teaching, pathology conferences, residents’ seminars and lectures.

  • Active participant in dermatology (and other clinical) meetings held nationally.

  • Influential in public health education programs [T.V, radio, brochures and magazines) for the Arabic- speaking public.

Professor of Dermatology & Venereology Ain Shams University. Cairo Egypt June 1995

Academic Responsibilities

Supervise and evaluate research work of other colleagues or graduate students working for advanced academic degrees. Conduct research work and publish findings in professional journals.

Direct, supervise and grade postgraduate student’s theses in dermatology, Venereology and andrology (e.g. Plasma Pheresis in Dermatology, Malignant Histiocytosis, Connective Tissue Changes in Photo-dermatoses and Vasculogenic impotence)

Teaching Assignment

Conduct departmental courses for undergraduate or graduate students: Teach dermatology, venereology and andrology within prescribed curriculum. Prepare and deliver lectures to students. Compile administer and grade examinations.

Clinical Responsibilities

Diagnose, investigate and treat diseases of human skin, venereal and infertility, especially rare or difficult cases using the utmost capabilities of institutional resources (histopathology, electron microscopy, immunological techniques etc.). Collaborate in referrals of patients to appropriate facilities for further management.

Perform surgery to investigate and prevent diseases, to correct deformities and improve function in dermatologic and andrological patients. Employ established surgical techniques appropriate for specific procedures [e.g. skin biopsies, hair restoration and scalp reduction, testicular biopsies, and varicocelectomy]

Special Training

  • Nov 1997. Prof. Zocchi Clinic Torino, Italy Liposculpture Hand on Training.
    Feb.1996 Stough Clinic. Total Micrografting: A live Patient Workshop Hand on experience with Dr. Dow Stough. Hot springs, Arkansas
    Feb.1996 California Medical Clinic. Mini and Macro-grafting Hair Restoration Hands on experience with Dr. James Arnold. San Jose, California
    Oct. 1995 International Facial Aesthetic and Hair Transplantation Laser Surgery Workshop Silk-Touch Co2 Flash-scanner Laser Technology. Brussels, Belgium
    Oct.1995 Cosmetic Laser Surgery Workshop Ultra-pulse 5000 Co2 Aesthetic Laser. Brussels, Belgium
    Sept.1994 XV Conference of the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery. Chemical Peels course. Toronto, Canada 23 Sept.1994 XV Conference of the International Society of Dermatologic Surgery. Sclerotherapy workshop (Live patient demonstration). Toronto, Canada
    Nov.1993 5th General Course in Laser Medicine General course in laser in medicine with hands on experience using pulsed dye lasers and Co2 laser surgery Academic Medical Center (Laser Center). Amsterdam
    Jun.1993 Candela Corporation. Pulsed Dye Laser Preceptorship Hands on experience (vascular and pigmented skin lesions) Barcelona, Spain and Nice, France
    July 1990 Dr. Hugh Greenway’s Sixth Annual Conference: Superficial Anatomy and Cutaneous Surgery. Laboratory session (skin flaps University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Scripps Clinic. San Diego, California
    Dec 1984 8th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. CRS (207) Basic Cutaneous Surgery. San Francisco, California

Specialized Courses

  • March 21-22, 2006 Paris. Aesthetic Practical Course: Advance Course and Workshopes (Suspension Threads, Botulinum toxin and Mesotherapy
  • July 2002 Academy 2002 (American Academy of Dermatology), NY (USA).Courses: CRS (101): Skin Resurfacing CRS (111): Lasers CRS (307): Live Patient Viewing CRS (808): Excimer Laser Treatment
  • 29th June -5July 2002. 20th Congress Mondial Dermatologie Paris C3: “advanced Cutaneous Surgery and Resurfacing
  • March 2-7,2001. AAD Washington DC, CRS 120 Tissue Augmentation in Clinical Practice, Botulinum Toxin Therapy CRS (101) CRSb106 Liposuction, Advanced Cosmetic Surgery (108)
  • March 10-15, 2000: AAD San Francisco. CRS 117 Lasers, Soft tissue augmentation and Advance Cosmetic Surgery
  • February,1998. AAD Orlando, Courses attended, Advanced Cosmetic Surgery (106)
  • Mar 21-26 Mar.1997. 55th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. San Francisco, California. CRS (102) Skin Resurfacing, CRS (109) Lasers and CRS (118) Advanced Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery
  • Third International Symposium on Aging Skin, Paris, France. 1997 -Nov Workshop: -Multi-laser -Botulinum Toxin -Treatment of Lower Limb Thread Veins
  • 5 Oct.1996. Lipo-structure: A New Paradigm for Microinfiltration. By: Dr. Sydney Coleman. New
  • 10-15 Feb.   54th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology.       Washington DC
  • CRS (107): Computers, CRS (109): Chemical Peels, CRS (116): Tissue Augmentation, CRS (117); and Optimum Office Effectiveness4-9 Dec. 1993 51st Annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Washington DC. CRS (103): Lasers, FRM (520): Lasers: Physics demonstration, current practice, , and future applications

Publications

  • Expression of transforming growth factor-b after different non-invasive facial rejuvenation modalities. 2013 The International Society of Dermatology
  • Efficacy of mesotherapy in facial rejuvenation: a histological and immunohistochemical evaluation. The International Society of Dermatology, 2012
  • Multiple minimally invasive Erbium: Yttrium Aluminum Garnet laser mini-peels for skin rejuvenation: an objective assessment. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology,2012.
  • Intense pulsed light photo-rejuvenation. A histologic and immunohistochemistry Evaluation. J Drug. Dermatol 2011
  • Electro-optical Synergy Technique. A New and Effective Non-ablative Approach to Skin Aging. December.2010. J. Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. J Drug Dermatol. 2011
  • Radiofrequency facial rejuvenation: Evidence-based effect. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2011;64:524-35.)
  • Selective Heat Therapy in Cutaneous Leishmaniasis: A Preliminary Experience Using the 585 NM Pulsed Dye Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, 1997
  • Coma Induced Epidermal Necrolysis J Dermatol, Nov 1995, 34; 11:801-803
  • Longitudinal White Streaks of Fingernails: A Useful Clinical Marker in Genital Verrucoid Hailey-Hailey Disease. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, 1995; 5:177-180
  • Flashlamp Pulsed Dye Laser Treatment of Facial Telangiectasia in Saudi Arabia Egyptian Journal of Dermatology & Venereology, 1994; 14(2): 111-117
  • Organ Specific Autoantibodies and Peripheral B and T lymphocytes Imbalance in Saudi Patients with Vitiligo. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology & 1994; 14(2): 75-88
  • Ultrastructural Changes in Pityriasis Versicolor after Treatment with Itraconazole. Pan Arab League of Dermatologists.1994; 5(2): 105-112
  • Atopic Dermatitis: Role of Langerhans Pan Arab League of Dermatologists. 1993; 14(1): 15-19.
  • Ultrastructural Study of Hypopigmented Lesions of Pityriasis Versicolor. Pan Arab League of Dermatologists. 1993; 4(2): 37-42
  • Phase-IV Trial: Open trial of the efficacy and safety of itraconazole 100 mg in the treatment of dermatophytosis. Multi-center, in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, U.A.E., Qatar, Bahrain and Oman. July 1993-October
  • Phase-IV Trial: Open trial of the efficacy and safety of itraconazole 100 mg in the treatment of Onychomycosis. Multi- center, in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, U.A.E., Qatar, Bahrain and Oman. July 1993-October 1993.
  • Seminal B-Human Chronic Gonadotrohphin [B-HCG] in Human Ejaculates of Infertile Men and its Correlation with other Seminal Pan-Arab League of Dermatologists.1993; 4[2]: 81-85.
  • Leprosy: Immunoregulatory Mononuclear Subpopulation. Pan-Arab League of Dermatologists.1993; 3[2]: 145- 150.
  • Electron Microscopy of Cutaneous Infiltrates in Leprosy. Pan-Arab League of Dermatologists 1992; 3[2]: 153- 161.
  • Duplex Sonography Guidance in the Management of Peyronie’s Disease. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology 1992; 12(2): 45-50
  • Serum and Tissue Carinoembryonic Antigen in Patients with Basal Cell Carcinoma. Pan Arab League of dermatologists. 1992; 3(1): 23-28.
  • Functional integrity of sperm membrane and its correlation with seminal parameters. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology.1990; 10(2)
  • Study Of Some Trace Elements in Semen in Male Infertility. Egyptian Journal of Medical Science. 1990; 11(1): 139- 146
  • Plasma Fibornectin Concentrations in Pemphigus Vulgaris. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology.1990; 10
  • Effect of Calcium Antagonist [Diltiazem and Verapamil] on Sperm Motility. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology. “Accepted November
  • Concentration of Calcitonin in Seminal Plasma of Infertile Andrologia.1989; 21 (5): 416-422.
  • Growth Hormone and Psoriasis Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology. 1989; 9(2): 89-96.
  • Evaluation of Peripheral Blood T-lymphocyte Sub-Population, Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology. 1989; 9(2): 47-51.
  • Epidermo-dysplasia Verruciformis: Electron-Microscopy study. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology. 1989; 9(2): 68-80. Trace Elements in Alopecia Areata. Egyptian Journal of Dermatology and Venereology. 1989; 9(2): 63-72.
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Papers Presented

  • 9 Dec.1996. The 585 nm Pulsed Dye Laser: A Useful Tool in the Dermatologic Office. The 9th, Zagazig International Conference of Dermatology and Venereology. Cairo,
  • 4 Sep. 1996. Lasers: Where Do I Begin? 4th International Symposium of Dermatology & Genito-Urinary Medicine. Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
  • 11 Mar. 1996. The Co-Existence of Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis in Hyperimmune E. 5th, International Conference of Saudi Society of Dermatology & Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 11 Mar. 1996. Lichen Planus and Erythema Dyschromicum Perstans: The Dilemma of Diagnosis. 5th International Conference of Saudi Society of Dermatology and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 5 Mar.1996. Three Years -Experience with Yellow and Green Pulsed Dye Laser. First International Symposium on Laser Surgery. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 13 Mar. 1996. Lasers: Where Do I Begin? Fourth Asian International Congress. Dubai, United Arab of Emirates
  • 3 Dec. 1995. Lasers: Where Do I Begin? VII Pan African Conference of Dermatology. Cairo,
  • 26 Mar.1995. Understanding Laser Light. GCC League of Dermatology. Third International Conference. Manama, State of
  • 2 1994. Understanding Laser Light. IV Pan Arab Conference of Dermatology and Venereology. Cairo, Egypt
  • 3 Feb.1994. Coma Induce Non-Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis. 4th International Conference of Saudi Society of Dermatology and Venereology. Jeddah, Saudi
  • 3 Feb. 1994. Longitudinal White Streaks of Fingernails: A Useful Clinical Marker in Genital Verrucoid Hailey-Hailey Disease. 4th International Conference of the Saudi Society of Dermatology and Venereology Jeddah, Saudi
  • 20 Mar.1989. Platelets Hyperaggregability in Psoriasis Vulgaris. 2nd International Conference of Saudi Society of Dermatology and Venereology. Jubail, Saudi
  • 23 Sep. 1986. The Pathogenesis of Skin Infection Of Diabetes Mellitus. I. Bacterial Skin Infection. The First International Symposium. Recent Advance in Dermatology. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

PREPARED AND DELIVERED LECTURES (GRAND ROUNDS, DERMATOLOGY CLUB MEETING, SPONSORED MEETINGS) AND DEMONSTRATED RECORD OF HIGH PERFORMANCE.

  • Herpes a cause for concern
  • Superficial Mycosis
  • Kaposi’s sarcoma
  • Steroid responsive dermatoses
  • Seborrheic dermatitis. State of Art
  • Pemphigus
  • Herpes Gestationis
  • Urticaria
  • Xeroderma Pigmentosum
  • Cutaneous Signals of Immunodeficiency
  • Chronic Granulomatous disease
  • Erythrodermic Psoriasis
  • Pustular Psoriasis
  • Photoaging
  • Photosensitive Dermatoses
  • Toxic epidermal necrolysis
  • Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis
  • Cutaneous Leishmaniasis

AWARDS CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION ARE GIVEN IN:

  • The Fourth Asian Dermatological Congress Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 13-15 Jan 1996
    Third International Conference of the of the CCG league of Dermatologist. Manama, State of Bahrain, 26- 28 Mar.1996
    King Saudi University, Faculty of Pharmacy Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1993
    The Second International Symposium of Saudi Society of Dermatology & VenereologyJubail, Saudi Arabia, 21-23 Mar.1989
    The Second Ain Shams University Annual Meeting of Dermatology & Venereology. Cairo, Egypt, Oct.1981

Conferences

  • Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress. Paris, March. 2006
  • Summer Meeting of AAD. New York. August 2002
  • Seventh International Meeting on Hair Pathology. Paris, France, 6th July
  • 20th Congres Mondial Dermatologie .C3: “advanced Cutaneous Surgery and Resurfacing Paris 29th June -5July.
  • European Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (EACS).17-19th May 2002
  • 59th Annual Meeting of American Academy of Dermatology. Washington DC, March 2001
  • 58th Annual Meeting of American Academy of San Francisco March 10-15, 2000:
  • 57th Annual Meeting of American Academy of Dermatology. New Orleans, 1999
  • 56th Annual meeting of the American Academy of Florida Mar.1998
  • The World Symposium on Cosmetic Laser Orlando, Florida.24-26 Feb.1998
  • ISAS International Symposium on Agency. Nov-1st.Dec1997
  • 55th Annual Meeting of San Francisco, American Academy of Dermatology, 21-26 Mar. 1997
  • The 9th Zagazig International Conference of Cairo, Dermatology & Venereology, 7-11 Dec.1996
  • World of Allergy. New York. 6-7 Oct.1996
  • The fourth National Conference on Dermatology & Genito-Urinary Medicine Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. 3-5 1996
  • 7th International Congress for Infectious Hong Kong. 10-13 Jun. 1996
  • First International Symposium on Laser Surgery Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 4-6 March 1996
  • 5th World Symposium on Cosmetic Laser Washington DC. 16-17 Feb. 1996
  • 54th Annual Meeting of Washington Dc. American Academy of Dermatology  10-15 Feb. 1996
  • The Fourth Asian Dermatological Congress Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 13-15 Jan. 1996
  • VII Pan African Conference of Dermatology Cairo, Egypt. 1-5 Dec. 1995
  • 4th Congress of the European. Brussels, Belgium. Academy of Dermatology & Venereology. 10-15 Oct. 1995
  • Third International Conference of the Manama, State of Bahrain. GCC League of Dermatology. 26-28 Mar.1995
  • IV International Congress. Cairo, Egypt. The Pan Arab League of Dermatologists. 31 Oct.-3 Nov. 1994. XV Th International Society of Toronto, Canada. Dermatologic Surgery Congress 22-26 Sep.1994
  • 9th Annual Dialogues in Cosmetic Dermatology Orlando, Florida. 28 Sept-2 Oct. 1994
  • The Eighth Zagazig InternationalCairo, Egypt. Conference of Dermatology & Venereology15-20 Apr. 1994
  • The Wellcome Company Practitioners Forum on Zovirax Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 21-23 Apr. 1994
  • 52nd Annual Meeting Washington DC American Academy of Dermatology. 4-9 Dec. 1993
  • Third Congress of the European Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Academy of Dermatology & Venereology. 26-30 1993
  • The Second Clinical Dermatology 2000 Vienna, Austria. 81-21 May 1993. International
  • Symposium on Bali, Indonesia. Dermato-therapeutic Update. 3-6 May 1993. International Symposium: Bangkok, Update in Tropical Medicine. 10-14, February 1993.
  • Third Congress of Pan Arab. Damascus, Syria League of Dermatologists 2-5 Nov. 1992
  • The Eighteenth World Congress of Dermatology New York.12-19 1992
  • International Symposium on theRiyadh, Saudi Arabia. Etiology Pathology of Seborrheic Dermatitis. 15 May 1992
  • Seventh Zagazig International Conference. Cairo, Egypt. Of Dermatology and Venereology. 8-12 Feb. 1992
  • Clinical and Therapeutic Seminar on Fungal Infection Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Dec. 1991
  • The Second Conference of the European. Athens, Greece. Academy of Dermatology & Venereology. 10-13 Oct. 1991
  • IX International Society of Dermatologic. Munich, Germany Surgery Congress. 5-9 1991
  • The First Clinical Dermatology 2000. London, United Kingdom22-25 May 1990
  • The First UAE International Conference Dubai, United Arab Emirates Of Dermatology and Venereology. 3-5 March 1990
  • 48th Annual Meeting of San Francisco American Academy of 2-7 Dec. 1989
  • The Second International Jubail, Saudi Arabia. Of Dermatology. 21-23 Mar.1989
  • Minoxidil Consultant Panel. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 26 Feb. 1989
  • The fifth Zagazig International Congress of Cairo, Egypt Dermatology and Venereology. January 1988
  • The Seventeenth World West Berlin, Congress of Dermatology 24-29 May 1987
  • The First International Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Recent Advances in Dermatology September, 1987
  • The First International Symposium. Dammam, Saudi Arabia on Medical Mycology. Dec. 1989. The Fifth African Federal Surgical Congress. Cairo, Egypt 25-28 1985
  • The First International Conference on Cairo, Egypt Dermatologic Surgery 21-24 October 1984
  • Egyptian Society of Andrology Conference. Cairo, Egypt 19-20 Dec. 1985
  • The Second Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt Annual Meeting of Dermatology & Ven Oct. 1981

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