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Dr.Muna Nasser Kadhom Academic RankLecturer


  • Radiologist

Research Interests:

  • Radiology research in women's health including ultrasound and mammography


•2014 ST.LUKES RADIOLOGY The second musculoskeletal Ultrasound Honds-on Course. •2008-2009 M.Sc. degree of Imperial College London and the Diploma of the Imperial College Medical Ultrasound (vascular). •2005 Fellowship Royal College of Radiologist (FRCR) – UK,(part 1). •1993 - 1998 M.B.Ch.B. - Dubai Medical College for Girls, Dubai, UAE.
•Jan 2018 – May 2019 University of Sharjah Teaching at health Science College,MDI, as part time •Feb. 2014 – Dec. 2017 Hammersmith hospital London. Vascular Scientist •Apr. 2013- Feb. 2014 Whipps cross Hospital starting •Feb. 2012 – Feb. 2013 Hammersmith hospital London. Vascular Scientist •Sep. 2011 - Dec. 2011 Kingston Hospital London. •Oct. 2009 – Jul. 2011 Hammersmith Hospital London. Vascular Scientist •Sep. 2008 – Oct. 2009 MSc training in vascular ultrasound at the vascular laboratory of Hammersmith hospital campus Imperial college London. •May 2006 - August 2008 (full time Specialist Radiologist) in department of Radiology (42 hours/week) – Rashid Teaching Hospital – Dubai – UAE. •14th Feb. 2002 –18th Feb. 2006 Enrolled in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year residency program.
Work shop training in general and vascular ultrasound at Hammersmith hospital.
•British Institute of Radiology . •Society For Vascular Technology Of Great Britain And Ireland. •Member of Emirates Medical Society – UAE.
Vascular, general ultrasound. Women radiology.
BMUS journal ,2010 ABSTRACT : Ultrasound Assessment of Venous Hemodynamic in Diabetic Patients With Peripheral Arterial Disease.
Teaching strategies involve shared responsibility for planning,classroom instruction,Student assessment By observing how students respond to questions and interact with each other, I develop new strategies in how to co-deliver material to enhance critical diagnostic reasoning. I approach each course with a series of goals. . I strive to provide my students with a broad understanding of “how” and “why” instead of just “when” and “who”.
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