Ismail Memon

Ismail Memon

MBBS, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Human Body Structure and Function

Ismail Memon is a medical graduate and Ph.D. with 30-years clinical and teaching experience in Clinical Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Neuroanatomy, and Medical Terminology. In the past, he also had clinical practice experience in Neuro surgery and Cardiac Surgery.

He has teaching experience in both, the traditional and PBL curriculum. He has performed activities related to teaching, assessment, and academic administration in traditional and the modern PBL curriculum. He has vast experience of cadaver dissection.

In the area of academic administration, he has functioned as Director of Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Committee, Exam coordinator, Chief coordinator and coordinator of Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, and Medical Terminology Courses. He also remained students’ mentor and advisor.

Dr. Memon received University Outstanding Teacher Award and the Ten-Year Dedicated Services Award. He has been evaluated by the students as an excellent teacher.

Dr. Memon has published 18 research articles in peer-reviewed indexed journals in which he is 1st and corresponding author in 11 publications. He has presented his research work at various international conferences, including the American Association of Anatomists (AAA) annual meeting.

Dr. Memon enjoys working in a team; as a team member, he communicates effectively in a conducive environment. As a team leader, he enjoyed overwhelming support from his team, and completed the tasks in a friendly environment. He is a flexible person, a good listener, and a believer in professional ethics.

He has been a member of different international scientific societies including, AAA and The Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
  • Gross Anatomy
  • Embryology
  • Histology
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Medical Terminology
  • Outstanding Teacher Award in 2010
  • Ten-Year Dedicated Services Award
18 research articles in peer reviewed, indexed journals in which he is 1st and corresponding author in 11. Fourteen abstracts and two news articles are also in his credit.
Curriculum development, Teaching and Assessment.
He has presented his research work at various international conferences, as oral and poster presentations, including the American Association of Anatomists (AAA) annual meeting.
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