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Neurosurgeon , researcher

Fuad Sami Haddad, Lebanese neurosurgeon, researcher. Diplomate American Board Neurosurgery.

Background

Haddad, Fuad Sami was born on March 31, 1924 in Beirut. Son of Sami Ibrahim and Lamia (Morcos) Haddad.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, American University, Beirut, 1948.

Career

Instructor physiology American University, 1948—1950, insr. surgery, 1955, clinical assistant professor neurosurgery, 1955—1960, clinical associate professor neurosurgery, 1960—1974, clinical professor neurosurgery, 1974—1996, professor emeritus neurosurgery, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Neurosurgery.

Membership

International advisory committee Cerebral Palsy Children, 1957—1962. National advisory committee Cancer, 1964—1972. International advisory committee Scouting with Handicapped, 1966—1970.

National advisory committee Physically Rehabilitation, 1968—1972. Member Supreme Medical Council Lebanese Army, 1968—1972. Fellow: American College of Surgeons, Pan American Medical Association, Pan Pacific Surgical Association, Royal College Canada Surgeons.

Member: American College of Surgeons (past governor Lebanon 1977-1980), World Federation Neurology (national secretary 1960-1970), Middle East Neurosurgery Society (executive secretary 1958-1992), Wold Federation Neurosurg. Societies (honorary vice president 1957-1961), Lebanese Society Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry (past executive secretary, past president), International Society Welfare Physically Disabled (national secretary 1957-1975).

Connections

Married Aida Nasir, September 8, 1956. Children: George, Suhayl, Fadi, Nabih, Labib, Janane.

father:
Sami Ibrahim Haddad

mother:
Lamia (Morcos) Haddad

spouse:
Aida Nasir

child:
George Haddad

child:
Suhayl Haddad

child:
Fadi Haddad

child:
Nabih Haddad

child:
Labib Haddad

child:
Janane Haddad