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Dean's Message

On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students I welcome you to the Faculty of Medicine, Modern University for Technology and Information

As the dean, I congratulate the students on making the most difficult decision that is to serve humanity through preparing themselves to be future physicians

Our medical program prepare our students to become leaders with the moral depth and intellectual intensity necessary to meet the future challenges. That focus informs everything we do, from admissions to curriculum design to teaching and mentoring

Creativity, compassion, and leadership are the qualities that we seek most in our future graduates as well as in our faculty, our administrators, and everyone else who has a hand in making our college

The success of our future physicians rest in the hands of our dedicated faculty members, and staff. They are eager to support and prepare our students to be safe efficient health care professional. I am grateful for their tireless work

On top of our priorities is ensuring a stimulating and exciting learning environment for all students and to inculcate a culture of innovation and research, aligned with a passion for expanding the boundaries of knowledge

We will strive to make a difference in our community, and we are stronger in our efforts and commitment that are at the core of our mission at MTI University

Thank you for being part of our MTI family. I wish you all the best

 

Professor. Ayman Elsayed Shafei

Dean of Faculty

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Mission

The Faculty of Medicine aims at the preparation of a generation of physician who are capable of practicing the medical profession accurately and safely and equipped with the entire occupational skills that are necessary for and in compliance with the Ethics and Behavior of this Profession and capable of coping with and participating in the academic progress process as per the Ethics of Scientific Research, and ascertaining the sustainable professional development and community service.

Vision

The Faculty of Medicine strives to be a leading and top-ranked educational institution on both the local and regional levels in the fields of Contemporary Medical Education and Scientific Research which provides the whole society with the most elite medical services with a view to reach the international competitiveness level.

Departments

1) Human Anatomy and General Embryology.

2) Medical Physiology

3) Histology and Cell Biology

4) Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

5) Pathology

6) Clinical Pharmacology

7) Parasitology

8) Medical Microbiology and Immune System

9) Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology

10) Community Medicine

11) General Internal Medicine

12) Neurology and Psychiatry

13) Cardiovascular System

14) Chest Diseases

15) Tropical Medicine and Gastrointestinal Medicine

16) Dermatology and Vernology

17) Pediatric

18) Clinical Pathology

19) Geriatric Medicine

20) Diagnostic Radiology

21) Oncology and Nuclear Medicine

22) Physical Therapy, Rheumatism, and Rehabilitation.

23) General Surgery

24) Cardiothoracic Surgery

25) Vernology Surgery

26) Orthopedics Surgery

27) Neurosurgery

28) Plastic Surgery, Burns, Face, and Jawlines

29) E.N.T (Otorhinolaryngology and Speech Language Pathology)

30) Ophthalmology

31) Obstetrics and Gynecology

32) Anesthesia and Intensive Care

33) Vascular Surgery

34) Pediatric Surgery

35) Family Medicine

36) Medical Education

Community Medicine Department covers the following topics:

A. Epidemiology: General and special epidemiology of infectious & non-infectious diseases.

B. Health programs: 

Maternal & child health

School health

Geriatric health

Nutrition

Mental health

Statistics

Family medicine

Health education

Occupational health

Administration

Environmental health

C. Research methodology


Activities:

  • Preparation of student’s portfolios. 
  • Preparation of academic advisor guide.
  • Supervision of student’s medical research. 


Prof. Dr. / Mohamed M. Fahmy Amin

Introduction:

Medical pharmacology is the science deal with drugs for prevention, treatment, and sometimes for diagnosis of diseases.


Overall Aim of studying pharmacology:

Provide the basic knowledge about commonly used groups of drugs affecting different body systems and their implications in therapy of disease and health promotion.

Enable medical students to understand the safe use of drugs as regards adverse effects, contraindications, and drug interactions.

Explain clinically relevant age, sex and genetic related variations that affect response to drugs 

Explain the impact of preventive pharmacology in promoting health and prevent illness.

Recognize the rational and general guidelines of the use of drugs in the proper dose in special population such as pediatrics, geriatrics, pregnancy, and lactation and in cases of liver and kidney impairment

Describe the use of life saving drugs. 

Use computers effectively in reaching biomedical information to remain updated with advances in knowledge and practice. 

Training to Present information clearly in written, electronic, and verbal forms. 


Prof. Dr. / Hisham Attia Alshekhepy


Introduction:

Medical physiology is the science deal with normal functions of the body systems and mechanism of action. It is the science of What, How, When and Where. 


Rational:

Medical Physiology is one of the major basic sciences required by the undergraduate medical students during their first, second and third academic years. The Physiology course involves the study of overall functions of different body organs and systems, and their main control mechanisms. The study of human Physiology includes introduction, metabolism, nerve, blood, autonomic, musculoskeletal, respiration, cardiovascular, endocrine, reproduction, kidney, gastrointestinal tract, special senses and central nervous system. Methods of teaching include interactive lectures, small group discussions, tutorial and practical sessions using the most up to date BioPak apparatus by which a lot of experiments can be done, in addition to online and self-directed learning.

Not only that, but also a recent skill lab provides the students with a overwhelming tools for studying blood pressure, respiratory and heart sounds.


 Overall Aim of studying physiology:

Provide the basic knowledge about different body systems and organs.

To integrate physiological data & mechanisms with the ongoing basic sciences and clinical applications.

Enable medical students to understand and to acquire an appropriate functional background of cells, tissues & systems.

To follow the rapidly changing and inflating details about molecular biology 

Use computers effectively in reaching biomedical information to remain updated with advances in knowledge and practice. 

Training to Present information clearly in written, electronic, and verbal forms 

Describe some biophysical laws and their relation to human physiology.



Prof. Dr. / Magd Ahamed Elsayed Haroun

Rationale Statement:

  • Anatomy (Map of human body): 

It is the science concerned with studying the details of different structures of the human body and their relations to each other’s and to the surface of the body so that the doctor can be able to reach a proper diagnosis and a proper management of any case whether conservatively or surgically. 


  • Embryology:

It is the science concerned with the embryogenesis i.e. all stages of development that the fertilized ovum goes through to form a full-term fetus giving explanations for the form, position, location and relations of any structure of the adult human body and any encountered mall formations.


Staff Members of the Department:

  • Professor and Head of the Department
  • Two Assistant Professor
  • Four Lectures
  • Two demonstrators 


Department preparations and equipment:

1. Dissecting Rooms:

There are four fully equipped dissecting rooms supplied with formalized human body specimens to be finely dissected by the staff members for teaching and research purposes.


2. Small Group Discussion Rooms: 

There are four well equipped rooms supplied with the following specimens for teaching purposes:

  • Natural and artificial human body skeletons and separate bones. 
  • Many plastic models of the upper and lower extremities.  
  • Plastic models of different body regions with organs (inseto). 
  • Plastic models of different human body organs.


3. Plastination Museum: 

 It is a large hall displaying many imported plastinated human specimens with fine deep and superficial dissection for teaching 


Prof. Dr./  Hoda Mahmoud El AAsar

Pathology is the science that studies diseases from the definition, through its causes and mechanism of occurrence to the gross, microscopic and molecular changes that accompany the disease. It also studies the complications and fate for each disease.


Pathology is a basic medical science with clinical implications. It links other basic medical sciences that study the normal human body with the clinical sciences that study applied diseases. So, it can be considered a foundation for clinical years.

 

Learning is interactive and case-based, with the objective of developing students` skills through continuous training that is relevant to real practice.

Our students will be able to understand and explain diseases. They will also be able to use their higher cognitive functions to analyze, reason, and diagnose pathological conditions and correlate the pathological findings obtained from gross specimens and microscopic slides with the clinical manifestations which prepare competent students that are well founded for clinical years, hence for practice after graduation.


Prof. Dr. / Hala Fathallah Kheidr

Medical microbiology and immunology are the branch of medicine concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, and guidance in the treatment of human infections and communicable diseases and of diseases in which the immune system is involved in either pathogenesis or treatment or both. The medical microbiologist might specialize in one or more subspecialty within the discipline: Bacteriologists, Virologists, Mycologists, Immunologists, Microbial epidemiologists, Infection prevention and control practitioners


Medical Microbiology

The discipline concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, and guidance in the treatment of human infections and communicable diseases and consists primarily of four major scopes of activity: 

1. Provision of clinical consultations on the investigation, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases. 

2. Scientific development, administrative and medical direction of a clinical microbiology laboratory.

3. Establishment and direction of infection prevention and control programs across the continuum of care.

4. Communicable disease prevention and epidemiology and related public health issues.



Medical Immunology

A combined clinical and laboratory discipline dealing with the diagnosis and management of diseases in which the immune system is involved in either pathogenesis or treatment or both. The discipline provides an explanation of syndromes that accompany infectious diseases and offers nonconventional methods of therapy.

Infection Prevention and Control

Infection prevention and control (IPC) is a discipline that aims to prevent or control the spread of infections in healthcare facilities and the community. IPC is a universal discipline with relevance to all aspects of healthcare and represents a cornerstone of Healthcare Total Quality Management.


Staff Members of the Department:

Professor and Head of the Department

One Lectures

One demonstrator


Teaching and assessment activities of the medical microbiology and immunology department during the academic year 2019-2010

1- An awareness raising lecture to prevent corona virus transmission for undergraduate students of the first year at the beginning of the second semester was given by Prof. Maha Hamdy, Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology

2- Inter Professional Education (IPE) training with the Pharmacology department on safe injection in the skills laboratory entitled “Safe injection-best practice”

3- Using non-traditional educational activities ((Flash cards) to apply infection control concepts.

4- Student activity in infection control in response to non-traditional educational activities in the department's formative assessment book

5- Coordination for a field visit to the sterilization unit at Nile Valley Hospital, which was not carried out due to the emergence of the Corona epidemic.


Prof. Dr. / Maha Hamdy 


Definition of science:

Histology is the branch of science that provides the candidate to identify the microscopic structure of the biological cells and tissues of the human body and relate structure to function in a clinical relevant context.

Histology is also concerned with advanced histological and cytological techniques to analyze and identify the tissues and structures present in addition to the study of cell biology and reparative tissue regeneration, experimental modeling of various pathological conditions with the use of laboratory animals and the demonstration of the cell-based therapies to treat different diseases by using stem cells.


Vision 

The Histology department aspires to contribute to the core value of the MTI becoming the best at teaching the microscopic structure of cells, tissues, organs and systems in a clinically relevant context. The department hence aimed to correlates between the molecular structure of each cell and its function, and how any defective structure can define many diseases. We aim at raising the repute of the department by achieving excellence in education and researches directed towards stem cells and tissue regeneration.


Mission

Histology and cell biology department is dedicated to improve the medical education and research within the field. So, we will strive for excellence in histology education by:

1. Presenting the highest-quality education centred on laboratory experiences to our students.

  1. Identifying the component, function and maintenance of a light microscope.
  2. Identifying tissue specimens both by light, scanning and transmission electron microscope. Describe the difference between three- dimensional scanning micrograph and a two- dimensional image seen by light microscope.  
  3. Distinguishing specific cells and tissues, as well as recognize selected common special histological stains
  4. Describing the physical and chemical basis for staining histological specimens
  5. 6Applying integrated, interdisciplinary teaching and research projects in basic and applied histology to students.

Applications

The histology course is delivered to the first, second- and third-year medical students in five successive semesters.

The study of histology is delivered in an integrated way, not only with other basic sciences, but other clinical sciences as well, helping to generate more interest in the minds of students. Furthermore, the interest of applying newer advances to teach histology that included incorporation of game -based learning, teaching microscopes, transmission ultra-photomicrographs and three-dimensional scanning ultra-photomicrographs.


Responsibilities

The Department is responsible for teaching many courses in the integrated 5+2 curriculum in the bachelor of medicine and surgery program.


Our staff honestly aims to

  1. Assist MTI with their histological teaching and research need.
  2. Interact with faculty, staff, and students.
  3. Adopt cooperative learning among students.
  4. Improve the efficiency of learning for our students. 


References

  1. Digital data in the form of power points, images, PDFs and word documents are available on the server.
  2. Jonquiere’s Basic Histology; Text and Atlas. Anthony Mescher; 12th Edition. McGraw-Hill Medical (2013).
  3. M ichael H. R oss, (Histology text and Atlas) 2016
  4. diFiore’s Atlas of Histology: with Functional Correlations by Victor P. Eroschenko PhD (Jan, 2012)

Snell,RS (2010): Clinical


Prof. Dr. / Ghada Farouk Mohamed

Medical Biochemistry

- Biochemistry attempts to explain the activity of living systems at the molecular level as a basis for understanding not only metabolism and its disturbances but also other medically related fields, such as immunology, pharmacology, etc. 

- Biochemistry has to provide a background for understanding disease processes and the way in which they are modified by treatment and also contributes to an understanding of chemical diagnostic methods. 

- Biochemistry has to train tomorrow's doctors so that today's students will be capable later on of coping independently with future biochemical contributions to medical progress.


Molecular Biology

- Molecular medicine is a broad field, where physical, chemical, biological, bioinformatics and medical techniques are used to describe molecular structures and mechanisms, identify fundamental molecular and genetic errors of disease, and to develop molecular interventions to correct them. 

Physicians will be able rapidly diagnose existing genetic diseases, predetermine genetic risk for developing a disease and prescribe medical intervention based on person’s genetic information.


Prof. Dr. / Marwa Matboli Sayed Mohamed


  • “Medical parasitology” is a science that deals with the study of parasites which infect and produce diseases in human beings. This study prepares medical students to build their own network of differential diagnosis for relevant clinical practices. Also, it provides a basic understanding of methods of current diagnosis in relation to pathogenesis and clinical features of parasitosis.
  • Medical students will be able to identify different diagnostic stages through practical sessions using microscopy and illustrated photos in Parasitology laboratories.
  • They will also be able to apply their theoretical studies through problem-solving case scenario.
  • Our objective is to train tomorrow’s doctors to be minded with parasitic infections in the differential diagnosis of clinical diseases and how to diagnose them.

Prof. Dr. / FATIMA MOHAMED ZAHRAN

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