Waheeba Siddig Abdalla abd alrahman, is a Medical student, final class, University of Khartoum-Sudan, and an active researcher. Her paper entitled "Acute Coronary Syndrome management in Sudanese public hospitals, 2017" had been published in (IJCC) and the full report with same topic had been published as a printed book with scholars press. Her paper "Psycho Emotional changes during pregnancy among Sudanese pregnant ladies attending Rabak teaching hospital 2019" has been published with "IJCC-bio core journal" and it will be presented in the 4the International conference on Obstetric and Gynecology at Singapore , November 2019. And finally her paper" knowledge ,Attitude and Practice towards Ultrasound Scan during pregnancy among Sudanese pregnant ladies attending Rabak teaching hospital 2019" also published in (IJCC) and will be presented on "International conference on Biomedical and Cancer research 2019" ,Tokyo – Japan.
15 years in teaching B. Pharm Students. Presented posters in various National and International seminars. A life member of APTI.
Emmanuel Etim is senior medical laboratory scientist at the federal medical center Yola in Northeastern Nigeria, he is currently the acting unit head of hematology and blood bank department of the hospital. His research interest focuses on laboratory hematology and plant medicine. He has published many papers in reputed local and international journals and have been serving as peer reviewer for reputed international journal of medicine and medical sciences. Emmanuel Etim hold a bachelor of science degree in Medical laboratory sciences from the University of Calabar and a Master of Science Degree in Medical Laboratory sciences from University of Benin and he is currently a Ph.D. student at the university of Benin in Nigeria. Emmanuel Etim was born in 1984 in Akwa Ibom State South-South Nigeria.
Chapter in books
Important Plant Pathogenic Bacteria and Fungi. Devendra K. Choudhary, Ajit Varma
Narendra Tuteja Editors, Plant-Microbe Interaction: An Approach to Sustainable Agriculture 271-296, Springer Nature Singapore.
Medical science was my dream since I was young and I strove my path toward medical faculty in Udayana University. Therefore, I was really glad when I enrolled as medical student in 1997. With lots of hard works, I finished my bachelor degree and medical training in time and continued to pursue higher level in my profession as pediatrician in which I earned my degree in 2010. However, realizing that I could give greater contribution not just as clinician, but also as medical educator, I decided to pursue doctoral degreein Faculty of Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada from 2011 to 2018. Now, I am a pediatrician as well as faculty member in Faculty of Medicine and Health Science UniversitasWarmadewa and I am trying to explore the relationship between metabolic disease and one of the most prevalent infectious diseases in Bali, dengue hemorrhagic fever in children. I believe that my work will result in better risk stratification of children with DHF who also have metabolic disease which would lead to better treatment.