GEBREEL, Dr ASHOUR OMAR was born on April 4, 1935 in Derna, Libya.
Medical Faculty, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 1957-1967, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. Advanced Medical Institute, Moscow, 1970-1971, Master of Public Health. Johns Hopkins University, 1975-1976, Master of Public Health.
Liverpool University, 1978-1982, Doctor of Philosophy. Spoken languages: Arabic, English, French.
Regional Advisor for External Coord for Health & Socl Development, World Health Organization Regional Office(s) for the Eastern Mediterranean since 1985. Senior Lecturer in Tropical Medical, Liverpool School of Tropical Medical, United Kingdom, 1982-1985. Director-General, Community Health, 1973-1982, Director-General, Medical Health Service, 1972-1973, Ministry of Health, Benghazi, Libya.
Visiting Professor, Universities of Benghazi & Tripoli, 1972-1982. Director, Children's Hospital, Benghazi, 1970-1972. Assistant Director-General, Endemic Diseases, Ministry of Health, Tripoli, 1969-1970.
Member British Society of the Study of Infection. North West Epidemiology Club. International Health Council.
Rowhook Medical Society, England. American Public Health Association. Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine.
Honourary Fellow, International Academy of Preventive Medicine, United States of America.