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neurology educator

Fuad Sabra, Lebanese, American Neurology educator. Decorated chevalier and officer Order of Cedars (Lebanon), Order of Holy Cross (Patriarch of Constantinople). Founding member Lebanese Society for Handicapped, Beirut, 1948, World Federation Neurology Rehabilitation Commission; member development board International College, Beirut, 1968. Member International Congress Neurology (president section on neurology 1969), Alpha Omega Alpha.

Background

Sabra, Fuad was born on February 13, 1919 in Beirut. Son of Amin and Asma (Risha) Sabra.

Education

Bachelor of Science, American University Beirut, 1938. Doctor of Medicine, American University Beirut, 1943.

Career

Fellow, Columbia University, New York City, 1946-1947; assistant professor neurology, American U. Beirut, 1948-1952; associate professor, American U. Beirut, 1952-1963; professor, American U. Beirut, 1963-1989; honorary professor, American U. Beirut, since 1989; department chairman internal medicine, American U. Beirut, 1963-1967; head division neurology, American U. Beirut, 1963-1984; president Middle East medical assembly, American U. Beirut, 1962-1964. Visiting lecturer Harvard University, Boston, 1963. Visiting professor Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1968.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books.

Membership

Founding member Lebanese Society for Handicapped, Beirut, 1948, World Federation Neurology Rehabilitation Commission. Member development board International College, Beirut, 1968. Member International Congress Neurology (president section on neurology 1969), Alpha Omega Alpha.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical music, English literature, tennis.

Connections

Married Ellen Badr (deceased 1971). Children: Amin, George, Ramzi.

father:
Amin Sabra

mother:
Asma (Risha) Sabra

spouse:
Ellen Badr

child:
George Sabra

child:
Amin Sabra

child:
Ramzi Sabra