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NEUROSURGEON / PROFESSOR OF NEUROSURGERY ACCEPTING RARE/DIFFICULT CASES
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Dr. Hazem Ahmed Mostafa, MD., PhD, is an internationally recognized
neurosurgeon with over two decades of clinical and research
experience. He has devoted his career to developing and
providing rigorous, comprehensive and compassionate care to
those with cancer, neurological degenerative diseases andpediatric
disorders. He’s affectionately known as Dr Brain and Spine.
Dr. Hazem Ahmed Mostafa MD., Ph.D, is a professor in the Department
of Neurosurgery at Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt
since 2014, where he joined the faculty as an Assistant Lecturer
of Neurosurgery in 1997. He is a Consultant of Neurosurgery at
his own private clinics NeuroClinic Cairo and Hurghada - Red Sea,
Egypt since 2001. Prior to his current position, he was a lecturer of
Neurosurgery at Ain Shams University Hospital, Cairo, Egypt and a
Consultant of Neurosurgery at El-Gouna Hospital, Hurghada - Red
Sea, Egypt. Hazem is a native of Egypt. He graduated from the
Faculty of Medicine Ain Shams University in 1992, attaining magna
cum laude honors with dual degree M.B. and B.Ch., and completed
a combined residency in Neurosurgery and Cerebrovascular
Stroke Unit at Ain Shams University Specialized Hospital, Cairo,
Egypt in 1995. He later went on to complete his Masters Degree
of General Surgery (MS) in 1997 and M.D. Degree of Neurosurgery
(Doctoral Degree of Neurosurgery) in 2001.
Dr. Hazem’s has dedicated a significant part of his career to developing
innovative educational research with over 33 published research
papers in the Egyptian Society journal. Among his research
interest includes The Correlation between the Site of the Herniated
Lumbar Disc and the Surgical Approach and its Clinical Outcome,
A Modified Surgical Correction of Plagiocephaly to Achieve Symmetry
and Supraorbital craniotomy Via Eyebrow Incision for Anterior
Cranial Fossa and Cellar Lesions.
Dr. Hazem is an active member of the Egyptian Society of Neurological
Surgeons since 1997. He is an international Faculty at
AO Trauma Foundation. He is also an international fellow member
of the Institute of Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition (IBCHNUK).
Hazem joined the North American Spine Society in 1999. He
trained as a fellow at the Spine Center Munich 2005 – 2006. He
is participating in the education programs of the junior Neurosurgeons
in Egypt and member of examiners’ board of the Ph.D, M.D
and Masters’ Degree of Neurosurgery.
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