New Cairo Branch
Professor Dr. Mohamed Hafez Ramadan holds the current positions:
- Professor of Neurosurgery, Cairo University
- Adjunct Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical College (UPMC), Pittsburgh, USA
He has attained the following posts in Committees of the World Federation of Neurosurgery (WFNS):
- Secretary of Spine Committee
- Executive Committee of Neuroendoscopy
- Executive Committee of Minimally Invasive Committee
Besides his post in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dr. Hafez has been invited as International tenured Professor and has lectured, directed workshops, and training courses in the following Universities: Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; University of Iowa, UI; University of Illinois in Chicago (UIC), IL; University of Texas Tech, ElPaso, TX; and Albany Medical College (AMC), Albany, NY.
Dr. Ramadan has conducted special lectures, workshops, round table discussions, and symposia for the WFNS and per special invitation in:
Boston, MA, Japan,Germany, Taiwan, Seoul, Syria, Lebanon, the Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Bali, and Columbia.
His fine specialties are back surgery, Pediatric Neurosurgery, Skull base surgery, and endoscopic neurosurgery. His most recent fields of expertise include Gamma Knife Surgery.
Dr. Ramadan has 3 patented products relating to spine instrumentation in the US patents directory. His unique approaches and techniques have augmented the knowledge of neurosurgery worldwide.