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قائمة صفحات أعضاء هيئة التدريس

عودة

Mohamed Hamdy Ali Bahr(دكتوراه PHD)
الكلية :الطب البشري / Medicine College
القسم :
الرتبة الأكاديمية :استاذ مساعد Assistant Professor
الوضع الوظيفي :متفرغ FuLL TIME
البريد الإلكتروني :bahrmh@alfarabi.edu.sa
كلمة عضو هيئة التدريس / Member of Academic Staff Word

Dr. Bahr’s vision is to lead an ongoing quality-achieving career in teaching, training, and researching the field of Pharmacology and intersecting disciplines; to develop and implement quality-standard assessment plans in medical education; and to add a fingerprint in development and implementation of the National Strategic Plan of Higher Education in Arab Universities.

التحصيل العلمي / Qualifications
– PhD:

Ain Shams University
Egypt

Basic Medical Scinces Pharmacology

23 يناير,2010

– Master:

Ain Shams University
Egypt

Basic Medical Scinces Pharmacology

28 فبراير,2004

– Bachelor:

Ain Shams University
Egypt

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery

29 أبريل,1997
الخبرات / Experiences

Memeasurement and Evaluation Center, Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine, Egypt 2012-2016: Training Team Leader
Measurement and Assessment Center, Project Management Unit, Minsitry of Higher Education, Egypt 2014-2016: Trainer | Expert | Director
American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt 2014-2016: Instructor | Course Coordinator (Clinical Nutrition for Physicians and Health Care Providers)
Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine, Egypt 2011 – now: Assisstant Professor
Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine, Egypt 2004-2011: Lecturer
Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine, Egypt 1998-2004: Teaching Assisstant

النشاطات و المؤتمرات / Activities and conferences

‘Developing Faculty Evaluation Systems’. NCAAA & British Council.
‘Essential Skills in Medical Education Assessment (ESMEA) – Dr. Sydney Smee, Dr. John Patterson’. SIMEC 2016.
‘Clinical Integration in Designing Medical Curriculum’. CenMEDIC Experts at Al-Farabi College of Medicine.
‘Clinical Problem Solving’. CenMEDIC Experts at Al-Farabi College of Medicine.

‘Training of Trainer (TOT)’. National Center for Faculty and Leadership Development (NCFLD)/International Board of Certified Trainers (IBCT).
‘Project Management’. American University Cairo (AUC).
‘Extended Modular Program (EMP)’ for Medical Students. Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Communicating Science and Academic Research’. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Kairo Akademie.
‘Intelligent Item Banks’. Measurement and Evaluation Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Introduction to SPSS’. Measurement and Evaluation Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Test Grading with Winsteps®’. Evaluation and Measurement Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Test Grading with Remark Classic OMR® including Remark Quick Stats®’. Evaluation and Measurement Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Interpretation of Examination Report’. Measurement and Evaluation Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Program of Expert in Assessment and Evaluation’. Measurement and Evaluation Center, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Orientation in Problem-Based Learning; PBL’. Faculty of Basic Medical Science, Libyan International Medical University.
‘Standards of Evaluation and Assessment of Students – Student Assessment Program; SAP’. Training Management Office, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.
‘Teaching Pharmacology using Microlabs’ (Workshop). Misr University for Science and Technology, joint workshop with Prof. Dr. Henk van Wilgenburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

المقالات العلمية و الابحاث / Scientific articles and research

Saad S, Hamza M, Bahr MH, Masoud SI (2016): Nitric oxide is involved in ibuprofen preemptive analgesic effect in the plantar incisional model of postsurgical pain in mice. Neuroscience Letters, 614:33–38.
Bahr MH, Abdel-tawab AM, Abdel-Sattar MA, Saleh HM, Bastawy A (2003): Alpha(1A)-adrenoceptor kinetics, intracellular Ca2+ handling and nitric oxide synthase enzyme activity in the vas deferens of rats exposed to chronic mild stress. Mechanism of action of imipramine revisited. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 17(supplement 3): A14.