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Dr. Ali Ghanem, MPhil MSc MRCSEd MRCSEng MD PhD

Dr. Ali Ghanem, MPhil MSc MRCSEd MRCSEng MD PhD

Overview

I find great fascination in reconstructive surgery for congenital anomalies of the face. Congenital deformity not only impedes the physical aspect of development and health but also affects the very meaning of human identity, psychology and quality of life. Plastic surgery brings together knowledge of human anatomy and development along with diversity of skills, precision, technological advances and art. And by addressing developmental errors of the human body, plastic surgery also restores physiological function as well as social and psychological health. Within the wide spectrum of the rapidly evolving plastic surgery practice and research, I am interested in microsurgery education, paediatric reconstructive surgery and stem cell based therapies with potential applications on cutaneous, muscle and nervous conditions.

I am for ever grateful to all my teachers, colleagues and patients in all my training institutions for such a wonderful journey.

Please feel free to contact me for project collaboration proposals or recommendations.

London, England, United Kingdom
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Reviews

Global Review
4.8 /5
Pedagogy
5 /5
Organisation
4 /5
Knowledge aquired
5 /5
Recommendation
5 /5
Nov 19, 2018
Dr. Aamer K.

Work Experience

Senior Lecturer in Plastic Surgery
Queen Mary University of London

Pubmed

Non-living microvascular training models: Face validity of liquid latex and the challenge of structural vs. "physiological" patency assessment.
2017
Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS Read it here Putting the heart into microvascular training: The micropump, a practical "heart-like" device to enhance vascular anastomosis non-living simulation.
2017
Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS Read it here Overexpression of Glypican 3 Promotes Proliferation, Regulates Cell Cycle Progression, and Inhibits Apoptosis of Human Fetal Osteoblastic Cell Line 1.19.
2017
The Journal of craniofacial surgery Read it here