Prof. Mohamed Yousef is a Professor at Batterjee Medical College, Radiological Sciences Program. He has obtained his first Doctorate degree in Nuclear Medicine, Sudan University of Sciences & Technology, Khartoum, 2010. His second Doctorate degree was from The National Ribat University (Diagnostic Radiology), 2015. He graduated from the College of Medical Radiologic Science, SUST in Diagnostic Radiology, with Excellent grade with Honor in 1999 and he was awarded the first position 2002. He was Dean of the College of Medical Radiologic Science, SUST, Khartoum – Sudan in 2013. He joined BMC in 2016 as Associate Professor and Head of Radiology Program. He is an active reviewer of a several number of local and international journals such as Saudi journal of biological sciences, KACST, International Journal of Radiation Research, Active reviewer, Radiation Physics and Chemistry Journal. He supervised PhD, MSc students and graduation research Projects.
He has published more than 50 papers in highly impacted journals. His Research Interests include artificial intelligence in radiology, Nuclear Medicine,Radiation protection, Medical Imaging,Radiation physics and dosimeters, Environmental Radiation Protection, Medical Radiation Physics.
I’m assistant professor in ultrasonography in BMC. I’m a diagnostic consultant radiographer with over ten years’ experience in Obstetrics & Gynaecology Ultrasonography. I worked as an Obs/Gyn Ultrasound Clinical Specialist and Deputy of Screening Support Sonographer in the UK for last 7 years. I granted PhD and MSc degrees from Cardiff University and Pg.Cert from The University of Edinburgh (2018). I graduated from Radiological Imaging Technology -College of Applied Medical Sciences- King Saud University – Riyadh (2005).
I gained a massive educational and learning experience in ultrasound training using blended learning and simulation. I proudly published a number of papers related to ultrasound educational approaches. My goal and responsibilities are to develop medical education along with simulation technology among healthcare organisation and academic institutes.
One of most inspiring quotation I ever read ‘’Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek’’ – Barak Obama
My research interests are mostly related to ultrasonography and its relevant aspects of education, learning, creativity and develop new method of learning e.g. simulation
(2021- present) Joined BMC as Assistant professor Diagnostic Radiology in Radiologic Sciences program, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (2017-2021) Assistant professor, Al-Ghad international college for Medical Applied Sciences. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. (2017-2018) Head of Radiology department, Al-Ghad international college for Medical Applied Sciences. (2017) Assistant professor, National Ribat University, Sudan (2014-2017) Lecturer, National Ribat University, Sudan
Research interests: about CT, MRI, US, General radiological imaging. Active researcher with more than 22 published scientific papers.
(2022- present) Nuclear Medicine Lecturer in the Radiologic sciences program, Batterjee Medical Collage. (2020) MSc in Nuclear Medicine from the faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King’s College London, UK. BSc in Diagnostic Radiology from the faculty of Applied Medical Science at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (2015-2018) Three years of clinical experience in Nuclear Medicine department in National Guard Hospital with a solid knowledge and excellent technical skills in various diagnostic & therapeutic procedures.
Research interests: the quantification of activity and assessment of physiological functions in PET imaging, and the applications of artificial intelligence in Nuclear Medicine.
· Lecturer of radiologic science department at BMC college
· Master degree of Radiobiological physics, King Abdul Aziz University, Faculty of Sciences
· Bachelor’s degree of Physics, King Abdul Aziz University, Faculty of Sciences
Medical physic, Radaition physics Radiotherapy, Radiotherapy treatment planning Radiation protection, Quality assurense in radiological imaging.
Publication: Wali, L. M., Helal, A. M., Darwesh, R. M., & Attar, M. A. (2019). A dosimetric comparison of Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT) and High Dose Rate brachytherapy (HDR) in localized cervical cancer radiotherapy. Journal of X-ray science and technology, p: 1-11.