Prof. Abdeldayem Hesham

Prof. Abdeldayem Hesham

Menoufeyia University

National Liver Institute
3 Amer St , Dokki , Giza, cairo, Egypt, 12311

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Dr Hesham Abdeldayem is a professor of surgery at the National Liver Institute, Menoufeyia University, in Egypt. He is a well known expert in the fields of hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery and liver transplantation. He was trained at Starzl Transplantation Institute, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, in USA. Dr Abdeldayem is a WHO-certified trainer in publishing medical journals. He is a reviewer in many medical journals, and published many papers and several books, both in English and Arabic, in the fields of liver transplantation and hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery.

Academic positions:

Professor of Surgery, Menoufeyia University, Egypt, since April 2008 up to the present time. - Associate professor of Surgery , Menoufeyia University, Egypt , February 2003-March 2008. - Assist Consultant of Hepatobiliary Surgery, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Sept 2004 – Sept 2005. - Consultant of Liver transplantation in Mahmood Hospital and Ahmed Maher Teaching Hospital in Cairo. Assisted in starting a living related donor liver transplantation programme in 2003. - Fellow, Transplantation Surgery, Thomas Starzl Transplantation Institute, University of Pittsburgh , Sept 2000 – Sept 2002. - Lecturer of General Surgery, Menoufeyia University , Egypt , Sept 1997 – March 2003. - Assistant Lecturer, General Surgery , Menoufeyia University , Egypt ,Aug 1993- Sept 1997. - Resident, General Surgery, Cairo University Hospitals, March 1989- Feb 1992. -House officer Cairo University Hospitals March 1988 – Feb1989.

Research interests:

Liver transplantation Hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery

Any other information:

Editor of several books including 1- Liver Transplantation - Basic Issues ISBN 978-953-51-0016-4 2-Liver Transplantation - Technical Issues and Complications ISBN 978-953-51-0015-7

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