Wael Ibrahim Awad, Egyptian cardiologist, thoracic surgeon. Achievements include research in Ischemic Preconditioning in the Immature Myocardium; research in Recurrence of Stage 1 Thymoma, 32 Years After Total Resection; research in Airway obstruction complicating mediastinal tuberculosis; research in Ischemic preconditioning; research in Retrograde Pulmonary Embolectomy by Flushing of the Pulmonary Veins. Fellow: Royal College Surgeons England.
Awad, Wael Ibrahim was born on June 9, 1965 in Cairo, Egypt. Son of Ibrahim Issa Awad and Kariman Wahid ElMaghrabi.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Charing Cross & Westminster Medical Sch, 1988. Doctor of Medicine, University London, 1999.
Specialist registrar cardiothoracic surgery St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 1996—1997, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1997—1999, Royal Brompton Hospital, 1999—2001, London Chest Hospital, 2001—2002, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 2002—2003. Consultant cardiac and thoracic surgery Barts & The London National Health Service Trust, since 2003.
Fellow: Royal College Surgeons England.
Married Salma Hannoun, April 22, 1994. Children: Ibrahim Wael, Khalid Wael, Amal Wael.