Mamdouh M. Koraitim
Mamdouh M. Koraitim holds an M.D. degree and he has been serving as a Professor of Urology, at the University of Alexandria, Egypt, since 1977. He served as the Chairman of the Department of Urology, University of Alexandria, between 1985 and 1992. He served also as the Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Beirut Arab University, between 1998 and 2000. His research interests and experiences are within reconstructive urethral surgery and urodynamics. He has 74 articles, 4 books (as an editor or contributing author), and he supervised 52 M.S. and M.D. theses. He worked as a Visiting Professor and/or lecturer at the Middlesex Hospital, London (1974), Free University of Berlin, Germany (1985), Tulane University, New Orleans, USA (1989), University of Heidelberg and Mannheim, Germany (1991), University of Iowa, USA (1992 and 1995), University of Copenhagen, Denmark (1985, 1987, 1990), University of King Feisal, Khobar, Saudi Arabia (1993), and University of Baghdad, Iraq (1998, 2001). He served as a Consultant and/or Reviewer of the Journal of Urology, Urology, British Journal of Urology International, International Brazil Journal of Urology, Indian Journal Urology, the African Journal of Urology, Arab Journal of Urology, Nature Clinical Practice Urology, Open Access Journal of Urology, and Current Urology. He has scientific membership of the American Urological Association (AUA), German Urological Association (DGU, Honorary), International Continence Society (ICS), Society of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (GURS), International Consultation of Urologic Disease, Egyptian Urological Association (EUA). He was awarded the Honorary First Degree Order of Science (1979, from President of Egypt), First Degree Order of Excellence (1995, from President of Egypt), G. Simmons Medal (2004, from DGU Southwest Section, Germany), National Prize in Surgery (1978), National Prize in Medical Research (1986), National Prize in Medical Research (1995), Medical Prize of Mansoura University (2001), a Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, West Germany (1974).
Biography Updated on 15 December 2010