anatomy




Sections

- anatomy


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 384 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

YASEEN AHMAD WAFI

YASEEN AHMAD WAFI

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Physiology


About

First- and second-year students study Medical Physiology course at the department of Physiology and get prepared in the pre-clinical phase by theoretical and practical study and attending scientific discussion sessions.

Mission

Improving the teaching aids at the college of medicine and providing students with the latest developments in education, learning and research.

Goals

1. Gaining knowledge of the homeostasis process and explaining how it maintains a stable internal environment for the body.
2. Proper understanding of the functions of human body parts which are vital for life.
3. Understanding the way that body organs function together.
4. Integration of functional data of human body organs with current basic sciences: Anatomy and Histology, Biochemistry, and clinical trials.

Vision

Proper understanding of human body organs and keeping pace with the latest developments in education.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 292 Units to Graduate

Bashir Mohamed Ayad

Bashir Mohamed Ayad

MSc, PhD MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY
Assistant Professor | Full-time
b.ayad@med.misuratau.edu.ly

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Biochemistry


About

Biochemistry Department offers various specialized courses in biochemistry for the first- and second-year students at the College of Medicine in which theoretical and practical lessons are explained and practiced. In addition, the department holds discussion sessions made up of small groups of students to discuss what was given in theoretical lectures.

Mission

Offering an excellent program in education and research in biochemistry to educate, train, and enhance the professional capacity and scientific thinking among our students to provide better services for the community.

Goals

1. Gaining knowledge of the main parts of the body structures.
2. Gaining knowledge of cellular pathways and metabolism of the body molecules.
3. Gaining knowledge of the role of vitamins in metabolism and enzyme activity.
4. Developing the scientific skills of bioanalysis of biomaterials.

Vision

To offer the best education and training in biochemistry.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 351 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

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Histology


About

Histology Department offers Histology and Cell course for the first- and second-year students at the College of Medicine. The department houses a histology laboratory equipped with optical microscopes and histology equipment.

Mission

Histology Department is committed to offering high quality education programs for Bachelor’s Degree students and supporting medical research and scientific activities.

Goals

1. Getting knowledge of tissue structure, cell structure, biological cellular activities and cytogenetics.
2. Providing students with skills needed for learning about the different natural body cells.
3. Providing students with abilities to link data between organs and their tissue structure.
4. Gaining knowledge of the function and structure of the different tissues and their clinical importance.

Vision

Histology Department aspires to become a good reference for the academic departments at the College of Medicine.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 217 Units to Graduate

Abdulrahman Abdalla Allabidi

Abdulrahman Abdalla Allabidi

Master in Microbiology and Immunology
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a.allabidi@art.misuratau.edu.ly

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Pharmacology


About

Pharmacology course is taught to middle preclinical year students to help students gain insight into the different types of drugs and their use in addition to understanding drug composition and properties, and learning about their side effects.

Mission

The department’s mission, in cooperation with other departments, is to create high quality education opportunities that allow for advancement in pharmacology and health development through conducting pharmacology qualitative research geared to local demands.

Goals

1. Providing students with a solid foundation of basic concepts in Pharmacology.
2. Learning about drug side effects including toxicity, contraindications and interactions.
3. Proper understanding of common pharmaceuticals and their pharmaceutical formulation.
4. Helping students develop better research skills to study pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of essential and commonly-used drugs.

Vision

To achieve excellence and leadership in pharmacology at the local and international level in addition to carrying out pioneering research and contributing to community service.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 177 Units to Graduate

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Hanan Hassen Elsumdi

Hanan Hassen Elsumdi

Master of pharmaceutical science (M.PHARM.SC)
Lecturer | Full-time
H.elsumdi@med.misuratau.edu.ly

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Pathology


About

Pathology course is taught to preclinical year students. Throughout this course, students get to know most of the human diseases and tumors along with studying their causes and mechanisms, symptoms, microscopic and macroscopic pathologic changes in the infected organ, and accompanying health problems to help them understand the nature and symptoms of diseases along with writing the treatment plan, predicting the disease severity and disease prevention.

Mission

Pathology course at the College of Medicine offers a developed educational program which contributes to the training of highly qualified professional doctors and researchers and the provision of efficient and high-quality services in medical diagnosis.

Goals

1. Teaching students the basic concepts and terminology of pathology.
2. Helping students understand disease mechanisms.
3. Helping students diagnose common diseases.
4. Helping students acquire skills necessary to identify pathogens using microscopes.

Vision

The Pathology department at the Faculty of Medicine aspires to be a pioneering department at the local level capable of reaching the highest levels of excellence, competition and continuous development in education, disease diagnosis, research and community service.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 204 Units to Graduate

Wesam Elsaghayer

Wesam Elsaghayer

assisstant professor | Full-time
w.alsagier@med.misuratau.edu.ly

Doctorate
Professor | Full-time
fmamaitik@gmail.com
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Parasitology


About

Parasitology course is taught to third-year students in which they learn about parasites and their different types such as protozoa, parasitic worms, parasitic arthropods, etc., and their biological nature, along with studying the diseases caused by these parasites, their symptoms, routes of transmission, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

Mission

Training of health professionals on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of parasitic diseases to survive in a highly competitive market through training and experience according to international quality and accreditation standards.

Goals

1. Providing students with comprehensive knowledge of parasites causing diseases in humans.
2. Helping students understand parasitic infection mechanisms and diagnosis procedures.
3. Providing students with knowledge of parasitic diseases treatment and prevention plan.
4. Helping students understand laboratory and clinical diagnosis procedures of parasitic infection.

Vision

To make the Parasitology Department a destination for scientists and to prepare its students to become a reference in the diagnosis of parasitic diseases locally and internationally.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 96 Units to Graduate

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Microbiology


About

Microbiology course is taught to third-year pre-clinical students. The study program includes theoretical and practical lectures and panel discussions.
Microbiology department aims to teach third-year students medical microbiology from a biological perspective along with the diagnosis, symptoms and transmission of diseases caused by microbes.

Mission

Spreading awareness about the dangers of microbes, viruses and parasites on human beings and the environment.

Goals

1. Learning the basic concept of Microbiology.
2. Providing students with the basic knowledge of the structure and function of the immune system and the effect of the virulence factor of the different microbes.
3. Spreading awareness about the different infectious diseases.
4. Conducting laboratory experiments to help diagnose microbial diseases.

Vision

Microbiology Department aspires to be among the leading departments in the college by providing its members with detailed knowledge and the required skills for this specialization.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 182 Units to Graduate

Noura Alhadi Shaklawoon

Noura Alhadi Shaklawoon

microbiology and immunology MS
lecturer | Full-time
noura.shaklawoon@med.misuratau.edu.ly
Rukaya Rajab Rafieda

Rukaya Rajab Rafieda

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r.rafaida@med.misuratau.edu.ly
Muftah Mohamed Zarmouh

Muftah Mohamed Zarmouh

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Abdulrahman Abdalla Allabidi

Abdulrahman Abdalla Allabidi

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obstetric and gynecology




Sections

- obstetric and gynecology


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 206 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

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HANAN AHMED MOHAMED MAIMUN

HANAN AHMED MOHAMED MAIMUN

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ophthalmology




Sections

- ophthalmology


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 90 Units to Graduate

Mohamed Yousef Ben Sasi

Mohamed Yousef Ben Sasi

FRCS ophthalmology Glasg,UK
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Yassen Ahmed Aboushahma

Yassen Ahmed Aboushahma

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Family And Community Medicine




Sections

- Family And Community Medicine


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 200 Units to Graduate

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Forensic Medicine And Toxicology




Sections

- Forensic Medicine And Toxicology


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 96 Units to Graduate

Forensic Master
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Internal Medicine And Its Branches




Sections

- Internal Medicine And Its Branches


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 380 Units to Graduate

دكتوراة باطنة
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Dr.Emhemed M.Elhemmali

Dr.Emhemed M.Elhemmali

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Surgery


About

Fifth-year students study surgery course at the department of Surgery in the form of theoretical lectures in addition to discussions and clinical teaching in group sessions. The department is also responsible for training interns on the fundamentals of surgery.

Mission

Providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary for continuous learning and improving personal skills, which lead to better community service and knowledge through carrying out research and offering scholarships with international reputation.

Goals

1. Providing the basic knowledge of common surgical problems.
2. Teaching students clinical skills such as history-taking, physical examination and other necessary diagnosis methods.
3. Providing knowledge of emergency medical services for the different surgical cases.
4. Providing necessary knowledge for diagnosing cancer at an early stage.
5. Teaching medical and surgical ethics which are based on evidence and continuous medical teaching and learning.

Vision

Excellence and improving surgical education to create highly-qualified surgeons.

Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 410 Units to Graduate

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MOHAMED AHMED EL-FAGIEH

MOHAMED AHMED EL-FAGIEH

phD
PROFESSOR | Associate Professor

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farij Althayab Traina

farij Althayab Traina

Libyan board - Anesthesia and intensive care
Associate Professor | Full-time
f.traina@med.misuratau.edu.ly

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Mohamed Omar ELswalem

Mohamed Omar ELswalem

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Munir Omar Abdulmoula

Munir Omar Abdulmoula

phD
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Mahmud Mohammad Alhaddad

Mahmud Mohammad Alhaddad

phD
leucturer | Associate Professor

Mohammed Hussain Patel

Mohammed Hussain Patel

phD
associated professor | Associate Professor

Omar Mohamed Danfour

Omar Mohamed Danfour

phD
leucturer | Associate Professor
o.danfour@med.misuratau.edu.ly

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FATHI MOHAMED AHMED ABULIFA

FATHI MOHAMED AHMED ABULIFA

ARAB BOARD OF ANAESTHESIA AND INTENSIVE CARE
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f.abulifa@med.misuratau.edu.ly
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Pediatrics




Sections

- Pediatrics


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 215 Units to Graduate

ABDULALEEM ASSADI | Full-time

Maryem Elbashir Ismail

Maryem Elbashir Ismail

phD
Assistant professor | Associate Professor
mar.ismail@med.misuratau.edu.ly

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Anwar Tohame Elgasseir

Anwar Tohame Elgasseir

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Radiology And Medical Imaging




Sections

- Radiology And Medical Imaging


Graduation Requirements

Students Must Passing 78 Units to Graduate Department courses in PDF

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KHALID ABUFALGHA

KHALID ABUFALGHA

phD
lecturer | Full-time

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# Code Name Units Precedence
1 G.Bot Botony 72
2 G.Psych psychiatry 48
3 G.Phys General Physics 72
4 G.Eng English 48
5 72 Zoology 0
6 48 General Statistic 0
7 108 General Chemistry 0

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anatomy




Sections

- anatomy


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