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P.O. Box 92031 P.O. Box 2925
Riyadh 11653 King Khalid University Hosp.
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
Date of birth 13 February 1976
- September 2007- December 2008: Master of Public Health (Health Technology Assessment). School of Public Health, University of Alberta.
- July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2009, Stroke fellowship at University of Alberta
- July 2001 to June 2006, Completed Neurology residency program; University of Alberta, Canada
- July 1999 to July 2000, King Khalid University Hospital Internship
- September 1993 - June 1999, King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, MBBS General Medicine and Surgery
COURSES & QUALIFICATIONS
- Master in Public Health in health technology assessment. School of Public Health, university of Alberta. Canada. December 2008.
- Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians, Canada June 2006
- Multiple certificates in EMG guided chemodenervation for spasticity, headaches, and movement's disorders 2008/ 2009.
- Multiple certificates in acute stroke management including Certificate of National Institute of Health for acute stroke evaluation & management 2004/2005/2006/2007/2008/2009.
- Mini fellowship in transcranial and carotids ultrasound at Wake Forest University, NC USA, 2007
- Canadian Evaluation Exam (Medicine), September 7, 2000
- Member in the American Academy of Neurology
- Member in the Canadian Neurological Society
- Member in Canadian Stroke Consortium
- Member in International Headache Society
- Member in American Heart Association (Stroke)
- Board member in Saudi Stroke Association
- Director, Continous Medical Education, College of Medicine, King Saud University.
- Director of Neurology Residency Training program, College of Medicine, King Saud University.
- Assistant Professor at college of medicine, King Saud University in Riyadh.
- Consultant Neurologist and stroke subspecialist at King Khalid University Hospital.
LICENCE FOR PRACTICE
- By Saudi Council for Medical Specialties to practice as a consultant in neurology and sub specialist in cerebrovascualr diseases (09-R-M-0292891).
PUBLICATIONS/ POSTER PRESENTATIONS/ MEDIA
- Invited as quest speaker at Alarabiah TV to discuss acute stroke causes and treatments. April 23 2010.
Yusuf A. Bhagat, Muhammad S. Hussain, Robert W. Stobbe, Kenneth S. Butcher, Derek J. Emery, Ashfaq Shuaib, Muzzafar M. Siddiqui, Fawaz Al-hussain, Christian Beaulieu. Elevation of diffusion anisotropy are associated with hyper-acute stroke: a serial imaging study.
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging 26 (2008) 683-693
- Invited as guest speaker to multimedia in the International Stroke Conference. San Francisco, Feb.2007. Topic: acute stroke treatment for men vs. women.
- F. Al-hussain, MS Hussain, MM Ibrahim, K Uchino, C Molina, K Khan, A Salam, A Shuaib, AM demchuk, AV Alexandrove, M Saqqur for the CLOTBUST investigators. Does gender have any role in intravenous rt-PA-treated patients: Our experience from the TCD multicenter study. Poster session: Acute Management, International Stroke Conference, San Francisco, Feb.2007 (full paper is awaiting publication).
- MM Ibrahim, MS Hussain, F. Al-hussain, C Molina, K Uchino, A Shuaib, AM Demchuk, AV Alexandrove, M Saqqur for the CLOTBUST investigators. Does current antiplatelet agent use have an effect on rt-PA-mediated recanalization rate in patients with acute ischemic stroke. . Poster session: Acute Management, International Stroke Conference, San Francisco, Feb.2007 (full paper is awaiting publication).
WORK IN PROGRESS
Nominated through Saudi Stroke Association to be the main author for 3 national guidelines Re.: stroke prevention, acute ischemic stroke treatment, and acute hemorrhagic stroke treatment.
Validity and reliability of the Arabic version of stroke specific health related quality of life measure, KFMC.
Antiplatelet vs. anticoagulation for extracranial cerebrovascular dissection. Feasibility trial. University of Alberta.
- To teach and supervise medical students and neurology residents at college of medicine.
- To develop a one year stroke fellowship program in Saudi (on going)
- To run and work at stroke prevention clinic
- To run and work at general neurology clinics
- To perform complete transcranial ultrasound
- To perform EMG-guided chemodenervation using botulinium toxin for neurological indications like spasticity, headaches, and movement disorders.