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Mohamed Abdulla, Swedish physician, educator. Certified specialist in clinical chemistry.

Background

Abdulla, Mohamed was born on December 8, 1937 in Alwaye, Kerala, India. Son of Mohamed Moulavi and Nacheema Mohamed.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, 1958. Bachelor of Medicine, University Lund, Sweden, 1974. Doctor of Medicine, University Lund, Sweden, 1978.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Lund, Sweden, 1985.

Career

Sales officer, Packages Ltd., Lahore, 1960-1962; laboratory technician, Tottenham County School, London, 1962-1964; engineer, Product Lifecycle Management, Malmö, Sweden, 1964-1967; researcher, McMaster U., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1967-1969; research associate, Swedish Medical Board, Dalby, 1970-1976; physician, researcher, U. Hospital, Lund, 1976-1988; professor, chairman, Baqai Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan, 1988-1990; professor, Hamdard U., New Delhi, since 1990; director, Primary Care Medical Center, Punjab Medical Center, Lahore, Pakistan. Visiting professor Kuwait U., 1993-1996. United Nations expert to Portugal, 1993-1995.

Organizer international science meetings, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, United States of America, Japan, Portugal, Turkey, India and Pakistan. Science advisor to several pharmaceutical companies worldwide. Consultant World Health Organization, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, International Atomic Energy Agency.

Member United Nations team to Chernobyl, 1990. Resident ambassador Trace Element Institute for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Lyon, France. President, ambassador Unesco Institute, 1997.

Achievements

  • Certified specialist in clinical chemistry.

Membership

Founder, vice president United Nations Educational Institute, Lyon, France. President Global Council Nutrition, Environment & Health, since 2009. Fellow: Swedish Medical Society.

Member: Pronutria International (director), International Union Elementologists (vice president since 1984), International College Nutrition, International Society Trace Elements Research in Humans (secretary 1985-1988, vice president since 2002).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: cricket, golf, fishing, music, writing.

Connections

Married Nasemma Abdulla, January 16, 1976. Children: Nadia, Sabina.

father:
Mohamed Moulavi

mother:
Nacheema Mohamed

spouse:
Nasemma Abdulla

children:
Sabina Abdulla

Nadia Abdulla