Organising Committee

Ahmed Fouad

Dr. Ahmed Fouad has completed his fellowship and advanced training in adult Cardiac Surgery at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. He is currently a consultant Cardiac Surgeon at Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt and the head of Cardiac Surgery Department at Elaraby Hospital, Egypt. He has interest in research and publications and attended many international conferences. He is also interested in developing the knowledge and skills of young trainees in the field of Cardiac Surgery.

Alnoor Abdulla

Dr. Abdulla (MD UBC) is Board certified in Int-Med, Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology.(UBC,UCLA,USC). His Cardiology experience spans Clinical, Academic and Program development areas in North America, Asia & Africa. He has had Academic appointments at Universities of Toronto, Ottawa Heart Institute and AgaKhan University, Pakistan as first Professor and Head of the Cardiology Program, which he led and established.  Assisted development of Cardiac Program at AgaKhan Hospital, Kenya. Head of NE Ontario Cardiovascular Program, where he established Cardiac Nuclear, Pacemaker and Rehabilitation units. Established the new Cardiac Catheterization Program in Peterborough, Ontario.

Served on several Boards as Member and Chairman. Authored many peer-reviewed publications. Won multiple awards, some include, Ontario Heart & Stroke Foundation award, Canadian AgaKhan Professional High Achiever’s award, AgaKhan Silver Jubilee Medal and Governor General of Canada 125th Anniversary Medal.

Retired from clinical practice, he remains active in Cardiovascular education. Fellow Emeritus of ACC.

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Majdi Alhadidi

Mr. Majdi Alhadidi is a Ph.D. candidate at University of Malaya (Malaysia). Majdi received his BS degree in Nursing Science from the University of Jordan (UJ), Jordan, in 2008. He obtained his MS degree in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing from the University of Jordan (UJ), Jordan, in 2013, as well. His doctorate Thesis investigate the effectiveness of the psychoeducational interventions for people who diagnosed with schizophrenia. Currently, his research interests include psychiatric & mental health topics and educational issues. In addition,he has expertise in clinical teaching, training, and lab stimulation in the field of psychiatric and mental health nursing. Finally, he participates in many extensive training programmes in the field of psychiatric nursing, in Jordan, USA, and Sweden.

Michael Lin

Michael Lin completed his MD at the University of California, San Francisco. He finished residencies in internal medicine and anesthesiology at Stanford University before pursuing a fellowship in critical care medicine. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. His clinical and research interests include liver transplantation and extracorporeal life support.