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Dr.ElSayed Emad Ahmed Nosair Academic RankAssistant Professor


  • Anatomical Sciences

Research Interests:

  • - Clinical, applied and Radiological Anatomy. - Medical Education. - Drug effect on micro- and macrostructure of tissues, and pre-and postnatal developmental studies.


MBBS, MSc, PhD, Human Anatomical Sciences. MSc. of Science in Leadership in Health Professions Education, RCSI.
2005-present: Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, UOS, UAE. 1999-2005: Assistant Professor: Anatomy Department, Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman, UAE. 1997-1999: Lecturer: Anatomy Department, Faculty of Medicine, Ain-Shams University, Cairo. 1998-1999: Lecturer: Anatomy Department, Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST). 1990-1997: Assistant Lecturer: Anatomy Department, Faculty of Medicine, Ain-Shams University. 1985- 1990: Demonstrator: Anatomy Department, Faculty of Medicine, Ain-Shams University. 1984- 1985:House Officer in Ain-Shams University Hospitals (Internship)
Expert interactive information provider, facilitator, assessor, program planner and developer, resource developer and role model. Writing clinical PBL scenarios, PBL facilitation, and student advising. Teaching anatomical sciences applying modern teaching strategies. Teaching History of Medicine to health-related students as medical humanity.
Member of the Foundation Committee of the “Sharjah International Foundation for the History of Arab and Muslim Sciences”. Member in the Curriculum and Assessment committees in the College of Medicine and in the College Council. Peer reviewer/member in Editorial Board of the Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development, and Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Member of the American Association of Anatomists (AAA), USA. Member of the Emirates Medical Association, UAE. Member of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate. Member of the Egyptian Anatomical Society.
1.Mohammad Ghasemi-rad, Emad Nosair, Andrea Vegh, Afshin Mohammadi, Adam Akkad, Emal Lesha. Handy review of carpal tunnel syndrome; from anatomy to diagnosis and treatment. World J Radiol. Jun 28, 2014; 6(6): 284–300 [PMID: 4072815]. 2.Kamran Shateri, Afshin Mohammadi, Farzad Moloudi, Emad Nosair, Mohammad Ghasemi-Rad. Correlation Between Sonographic Portal Vein Diameter and Flow Velocity With the Clinical Scoring Systems MELD and CTP in Cirrhotic Patients: Is There a Relationship? Gastroenterol Res. June 2012; 5(3): 112-119. 3.Rahim Mahmodlou, Nazmohammad Badpa, Emad Nosair, Hojat Shafipour, Mohammad Ghasemi-rad. Usefulness of Pyloromyotomy with Transhiatal Esophagectomy in Improving Gastric Emptying. Gastroenterol Res. 2011; 4(5): 223-227. 4.Ahmad Rezaee, Behzad Narouie, Mohammad Ghasemi-Rad, Emad Nosair, Farshid Mohebi, and Sharareh Sanei Sistani. Is Opioid Addiction a Sufficient Predicting Factor for Common Bile Duct Dilatation? A Sonographic Study. J Diag Med Sono. 2010; 26(3): 137-142.
Supervising many students’ term projects in the course “History of Medicine” such as posters and research articles.
•2011: "First Place of Sharjah University Championship Tennis”. •2005: "College Teacher of the Year”, GMU, Ajman. •2005: "Best Teacher in Year 1”, GMU, Ajman. •2004: "Best Teacher in Year 1”, GMU, Ajman.
My philosophy of teaching has been accumulated over 29 years ago. I belief that learning aims to permanently changing the behavior, skills and attitude of learner’s via applying critical thinking, problem solving and integrating knowledge with real situations. Students, as the center of learning, must be motivated and guided to be actively involved in their learning process. The role of 21st century teacher should be more facilitator for learning rather than information provider. Teacher should also act as an assessor, program planner and developer, resource developer and role model. I belief that asking questions, giving examples, discussion and sharing knowledge and experiences among/ with students are effective tools for generating learner’s curiosity, and self-learning. Teacher/student liaison, I think should be based on mutual respect, understanding, and appreciation. Learning in an enjoyable environment makes transfer of information much easier.
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