Prof. Amgad Ahmad Fouad Hassan

Professor of General Surgery, Gastroenterology Surgical Center,
Mansoura University, Egypt

Personal Data | Education & Training | Experience | Publications | Memberships
Professional Activities | References

Personal Data

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Name

Amgad Ahmad Fouad Hassan

Date of Birth

September 18, 1963

Work Address

20 Gehan Street, Gastroenterology Center, Mansoura University

Telephone

Work: +20 (50) 2244730 , Home: +20 (50) 2236949, CellPhone: +20 (12) 1087719

Fax

+20 (50) 2243320

E-mail

amgfouad@yahoo.com

Education and Training

 

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Education:

Dates Attended Name/Location of Institution Degree received Discipline/major Advisor
Undergraduate:
10/80-9/81 Mansorua University
School of Science.
Mansoura, Egypt.
Science ---
Graduate:
10/81-11/86 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Mansoura, Egypt.
M.B.B.CH (MD) Medicine.
Post Graduate:
May, 1992 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Master degree in Surgery (M.S.). Farouk A. ; Ezzat
MD, FRCS.
November, 1998 Mansorua University
School of Medicine.
Mansoura, Egypt.
Doctorate degree in Surgery (Ph.D.). Farouk A. ; Ezzat
MD, FRCS.

Training:

Dates Attended Name/Location of Institution Program Director/major Advisor
3/87-2/88 Mansorua University Hospital,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Adel Hassan, MD, Ph.D.
Rotating Internship.
3/88-8/89 Port-Saaid Military Hospital. Port-Saaid, Egypt. Mohamed Bakeer, MD, FRCS.
Military Service Hospital.
9/89-8/90 Mansorua University Hospital
Mansoura, Egypt.
Mohamed D. El-Zawahry, MD, FRCS.
Junior Resident.
Trauma Service & General Surgery.
9/90-10/92 Gastroenterology Center,
Mansoura University.
Egypt.
Farouk A. ; Ezzat, MD, FRCS
Senior Resident.
General, Gastrointestinal, Heptobiliary, Portal Hypertension, Laparoscopic Surgery.
11/92-3/94 Gastroenterology Center,
Mansoura University,
Egypt.
Ahmed A. Sultan MD.
General, Gastrointestinal, Heptobiliary & Portal Hypertension Surgery.
4/94-4/95 University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine.
Department of Surgery. Pittsburgh, PA,
USA.

John J. Fung, MD., PhD.
Clinical Research Fellow.
Transplantation Surgery.
5/95-7/96 University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine,
Department of Surgery, Pittsburgh, PA,
USA
John J. Fung, MD., PhD.
Clinical Fellow
Transplantation Surgery.
8/96-Present Gastroenterology Center
Mansoura University,
Egypt.

Nabih Anwar, MD.
Surgical Intensive Care.
Laparoscopic,Gastrointestinal,
Hepatobiliary, pancreatic Surgery.

Appointments and Positions:

Dates Attended Name/Location of Institution Title
11/92-12-92 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Clinical instructor.
Surgery.
1/93-11/98 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Assistant Lecturer.
Surgery.
4/94-4/95 Pittsburgh Transplant Institute,
University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine,
Department of Surgery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Research Fellow.
Transplantation Surgery.
5/95-7/96 Pittsburgh Transplant Institute,
University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine,
Department of Surgery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Instructor of Surgery.
Transplantation Division.
8/96-11/98 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Gastroenterology Center,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Chief of the Intensive Care Unit,
Gastroenterology center,
Mansoura university.
12/98-3/04 Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Gastroenterology Center,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Assistant Professor.
Surgery.
4/04- present Mansorua University
School of Medicine,
Gastroenterology Center,
Mansoura, Egypt.
Associate Professor.
Surgery.

Certification and Licensure:

  • Egyptian medical practice licence # 88014 - 1/3/1988.
  • USA - Pennsylvania License # LT 000246-24/4/1995.
  • Consultant license # 7943-12/6/99 (Surgery) Egypt.
Experience:

 

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  1. Experience in Surgery: emergency, general, esophageal, gastrointestinal, colon, hepatobiliary, portal hypertension, pancreatic.
  2. Experience in esophageal reconstruction surgery including colon bypass procedures.
  3. Epidemiology of schistosomiasis and chronic liver disease in Egypt.
  4. Endoscopic sclerotherapy and banding for emergency and elective management of variceal bleeding.
  5. Experience in upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and colonoscopy in patients with different gastrointestinal diseases and portal hypertension.
  6. Experience in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography both diagnostic and therapeutic.
  7. Experience in esophageal manometry and pH studies of the esophagus for diagnosis of functional esophageal disorders.
  8. Experience in esophageal and gastric radionuclide studies for the diagnosis of different esophageal and gastric motility disorders.
  9. Experience in the field of solid organ transplantation, particularly liver and kidney.
  10. Experience in the field of small bowel transplantation.
  11. Management of liver, kidney, small bowel recipients with the use of the immunosuppressive drug FK 506.
  12. Clinical experience in management of post-transplantation infectious diseases.
  13. Clinical experience in the management of critically ill patients particularly those with fulminant liver failure, septic shock, multiple organ failure and those with end stage liver disease.
  14. Experience in laparoscopic surgery.
Scientific Publications:

 

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  1. Evaluation of esophageal function after heller's myotomy for achalasia. M.Sc. Thesis, Mansoura University, 1992.
  2. Preemptive therapy using PP65 antigenemia monitoring is an effective strategy to prevent CMV disease in CMV seronegative adult liver transplant recipients of allografts from CMV seropositive donors, 1st malattie Infective, 39, 382-4, 1995.
  3. Monitoring by PP65 antigenemia in a randomized trial comparing the use of gancyclovair as preemitive therapy to no preemptive therapy in seropositive adult liver transplant recipients. 1st Malattie infective, 40, 141-5, 1996.
  4. Distal splenorenal shunt versus splenectomy and devascularization versus injection sclerotherapy versus Beta-blockers in treatment of bleeding esophageal varices. A prospective randomized trial. PhD (M.D.) thesis, Mansoura University, 1997.
  5. Hepatocellular carcinoma in Mansoura-Egypt: Experience of 385 patients at a single center. Hepato-Gastroenterology 2000; 47:663-668.
  6. Ten Years experience of endoscopic treatment of common bile duct stones in Mansoura Gastroenterology Center. Endoscopy Arab Edition 2000; 1: 81-84.
  7. Modified Pancreaticoduodenectomy:Experience with 81 cases,Wahab Modification. Hepato-gastroenterology 2001;48:1572-1576.
  8. Evaluation of surgical management of cholangiocarcinoma.Ms.c thesis,Gastroenterology center ,Mansoura University;2001.
  9. Is resection for large hepatocellularcarcinoma in cirrhotic patients beneficial ? study of 38 cases. Hepatogastroenterology 2001;48:757-761.
  10. Outcome after resection of central cholangiocarcinoma: preliminary experience with 46 patients in a single center. Hepatogastroenterology 2003;50:337-341.
  11. Surgical treatment of hydatid cyst of the liver. One center experience. Benha Med. J., 2002;19:3:865-877.
  12. The postcholecystectomy syndrome. A prospective study of 46 patients. Benha med. J. 2002;19;3:391-406.
  13. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: A report of 2000 cases. Hepatogastroenterology 2003;50:967-971.
  14. Short gastric vessels division in laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication. Hepatogastroenterology (accepted for publication, May 2003).
  15. Different modalities in management of esophageal achalasia. Msc thesis, Gastroenterology Center, Mansoura University; 2003.
  16. management of variceal bleading in children (Aretrospective study. Msc thesis , Gastroenterology Center, Mansoura University; 2003.
  17. Hepatic resection in cirrhotic liver for treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma in Egyptian patients. Experience with140 cases in a single center. Hepatogastroenterology 2004;56:559-563.
  18. . Nissen fundoplication in infants and children: A long-term clinical study. Hepatogastroenterology 2004;57:697-700.
Memberships:

 

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  • 1992 - Member of the society of Egyptian Surgeons.

  • 1993 - Member of the Egyptian group of Motility.

  • 1997 - Member of the International Association Of Surgeons & Gastroenterologists.

  • 1999 - Member of the Egyptian Group Of Anorectal Surgery.

  • 2000 - Member of the Egyptian Society Of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.

Professional Activities:

 

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  1. Clinical instructor, Assistant lecturer, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Surgery at Mansoura University, School of medicine, Mansoura, Egypt.
  2. Instructor of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh medical Center, Department of Surgery, Transplantation Division.
  3. Chief of the ICU at the Gastroenteroloyg Center, Mansoura University School of Medicine.
References: Top
  1. John J Fung, MD, Ph.D.
    Professor of Surgery
    Chief, Division of Transplantation Surgery
    Pittsburgh Transplantation Institute
    3601 Fifth Avenue
    4 West Falk Clinic
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
  2. Kareem Abu-Elmagd, MD, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Surgery
    Pittsburgh Transplantation Institute
    3601 Fifth Avenue
    4 West Falk Clinic
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
  3. David J. Kramer, MD, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Anaesthesiology/ CCM
    Medicine, and Surgery
    Co-Director; LT ICU Service
    200 Lothrop Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
  4. Ahmad Sultan, MD, Ph.D.
    Professor of Surgery
    Mansoura University, School of medicine
    Gastroenterology center
    20 Gehan St., Mansoura Egypt.

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