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researcher , Orthopedic surgeon

Fathi Gaber Khallaf, Egyptian orthopedic surgeon, researcher. Achievements include research in bone healing to identify factors for rapid and efficient bone union in fractures. Fellow: Royal College Surgeons (Glasgow).

Background

Khallaf, Fathi Gaber was born on November 28, 1951 in Alexandria, Egypt. Son of Gaber Mohamed Khallaf and Dawlat Salem Mahmoud.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Alexandria Medical School, 1976.

Career

Military physician Egyptian Army, Salom, Egypt, 1977-1979. Orthopedic resident Mawassett Hosp, Alexandria, 1979-1981. Orthopedic registrar registrar Kuwait Orthopedic Hospital, Kuwait, 1981-1991.

Ortho senior registrar Al-Razi Orthopedic Hospital, 1991-1994, ortho consultant, 1994-2000. Chairman orthopedic department Al-Jahra Hospital, Kuwait, since 2000. Senior lecturer in orthopedic surgery, Kuwait Medical School, since 1994.

Consultant social welfare and handicapped firm, Kuwait, 1994-1996, Youth and Sports Association, Kuwait, since 1996. Tutor and coordinator Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons courses and exams, Edinbrough Royal College Surgeons, Kuwait, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in bone healing to identify factors for rapid and efficient bone union in fractures.

Membership

Fellow: Royal College Surgeons (Glasgow).

Connections

Married Ayat El-Melligy Al-Naggar, November 25 1953. Children: May Sherif.

father:
Gaber Mohamed Khallaf

mother:
Dawlat Salem Mahmoud

spouse:
Ayat El-Melligy Al-Naggar

child:
May Sherif Khallaf