Dr.Ahmareen

Dr. Ahmareen Khalid

Head of Histopathology, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS)

He earned his Master and PhD degree in Computer Engineering in 1978 and 1982 respectively.

He joined FAST in 1982, and since then he has been associated with FAST in different capacities.

He established the FAST Institute of Computer Science, Lahore in 1989.

Later on, in 1996, he established the FAST Institute of Computer Science, Islamabad.

He became Rector of FAST National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences in October 2017.

Dr Alvi was Chairman of HEC’s National Computing Education Accreditation Council from 2016 to March 2020.

Dr.Aman ur Rehman

Dr. Aman-ur-Rahman

Head of Histopathology, Shaikh Zayed Hospital

Currently a trustee of charity STAR supporting Refugees from Syria in the UK and abroad, and currently working on Sustainable SustFest21  project, (Sustainable Environment Steering Group) partnering local groups with climate change projects in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Previous posts include chair of United kingdom Asian Women’s Conference ( UKAWC) co-founder and Former chair of award-winning Hertfordshire Asian women’s Association ( HAWA), and member of the UK Delegation of the United Nations Commission for Status of Women.

In a professional capacity, Farhat worked as an education adviser with a particular focus on Pakistani and Bangladeshi young people and moving them from NEET to university and multiple success stories from the “Break the Ceiling” initiative. Farhat also involved in NGO activities in Mansehra district, Pakistan from focusing on alleviating poverty and raising education standards to emergency disaster relief, water aid and supporting widows. Education extended from Canterbury University and Bedford University UK.

Dr.Usman

Dr. Usman Hassan

Head of Histopathology, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital

Currently a trustee of charity STAR supporting Refugees from Syria in the UK and abroad, and currently working on Sustainable SustFest21  project, (Sustainable Environment Steering Group) partnering local groups with climate change projects in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Previous posts include chair of United kingdom Asian Women’s Conference ( UKAWC) co-founder and Former chair of award-winning Hertfordshire Asian women’s Association ( HAWA), and member of the UK Delegation of the United Nations Commission for Status of Women.

In a professional capacity, Farhat worked as an education adviser with a particular focus on Pakistani and Bangladeshi young people and moving them from NEET to university and multiple success stories from the “Break the Ceiling” initiative. Farhat also involved in NGO activities in Mansehra district, Pakistan from focusing on alleviating poverty and raising education standards to emergency disaster relief, water aid and supporting widows. Education extended from Canterbury University and Bedford University UK.

Summaya Sohail Chaudry

Dr. Summaya Sohail Chaudry

MBBS, DipRCPath (UK) , MD Histopathology - Consultant Histopathologist – Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University (PIMS-SZABMU)

Young medical professional, well equipped with knowledge & ready to take challenges and incorporate advancements.

An outstanding graduate of Rawalpindi Medical College with post-graduation in Histopathology. She is  Diplomate of Royal College of Pathologist (UK) and did MD Histopathology at Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University ,Islamabad with research involving breast cancer . She is currently actively involved in reporting surgical and cytology specimens in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS). She also has hands on experience in reporting immunohistochemistry and frozen section specimens.

She is an enthusiastic researcher and academic coordinator of all the clinicopathological conferences. Her research interests include Whole-Slide imaging,virtual pathology , Personalized Medicine ,  Molecular diversity in gynecological  malignancies, Head and Neck Squamous cell carcinomas.

She has special interest in uplifting the treatment options and diagnostic facilities available for our patients, especially in developing countries like Pakistan. She strongly believes in incorporating Artificial Intelligence tools in Pathology practices .This will not only expedite the diagnostic practices but also create a global platform for pathologists that can be utilized for consultation,  research and archival. 

Dr.Saira

Dr. Saira Saleem

Principal Research Investigator, Head, Neck & Colon Cancer - Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMH & RC)

Saira came to the University of Bradford to study for a PhD in Cancer Research to further the work she was already doing at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMH & RC) in Lahore, Pakistan.

“The education and support I received at the Universityof Bradford’s Institute of Cancer Therapeutics (ICT) hasgreatly helped me in becoming a confident researcher. Mysupervisors’ were particularly helpful; one with industrialexperience and another with experience in academia meantI was fortunate in learning both aspects from them. Thegenuine support from these colleagues helped me realisethe importance of working as part of a team. “

Now back in Pakistan, Saira is working back at SKMH & RC as Junior Research Scientist. The hospital in collaboration with the University of Bradford supported her PhD. Saira has started a research project centred on Oral Cancer which is prevalent in Pakistan affecting high numbers of the population. The samples from Pakistani Oral Cancer patients will be collected at SKMH & RC and sent to the University of Bradford for further analysis in the Proteomics facility in the ICT where Saira worked as a PhD student.

“The multicultural nature of Bradford is amazing. It accommodates people from all different ethnicities, nationalities, and religions and yet it’s a happy place. I met so many different people all in one city as if I had toured the world. This helped me to grow my patience for others. When I passed my PhD and my supervisors and colleagues celebrated with cake and congratulated me and in that moment, I didn’t feel that I was 8000 miles away from my family. The staff at the University are always willing to help; Ididn’t have one bad experience throughout my 4 yearstay. I am very thankful to them all for taking such good care of me.“

Dr.Kiran

Dr. Syeda Kiran Riaz, Ph.D

Assistant Professor - Dept of Molecular Biology Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University | In-charge, Molecular Diagnostic Lab, Dept of Pathology, PIMS Hospital, Islamabad

Research: Dr. Syeda Kiran Riaz received her Doctorate degree from Department of Biosciences, COMSATS University in 2019. She deciphered the potential role of developmental pathways in early onset of breast cancer using cutting edge technologies like CRISPR/Cas9 mediated gene editing. She received a research grant from HEC in 2016 to work at Texas A&M Health Science Centre, USA.

She presented her findings at several international forums including San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. She has published 15 research articles in high impact international journals including Scientific Reports, Nature publishers. At present, she is serving as an Assistant Professor in Department of Molecular Biology, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University (SZABMU), PIMS, Islamabad.

She is also supervising the molecular diagnostic lab for RT-PCR based detection of COVID-19, Hepatitis B and C viruses in department of Pathology, PIMS Hospital. She has recently been awarded a research grant of 17.8 million from HEC for Establishment of Fluorescent multiplex PCR based in-vitro diagnostic kit for blood cancer patients as Co-PI. Moreover, she has received funding of 20 million from Pakistan Science Foundation as Co-PI for a project focused on development of Artificial Intelligence based CADx system for rapid diagnosis of COVID-19 patients using Chest X-Ray (CXR) and Computed Tomography (CT) scans alongside RT-PCR. She is also engaged in teaching activities of the MPhil program in Molecular Biology, conducting classes of two courses (Genetic and epigenetic mechanism of regulation and Advances in Molecular Biology). Her research interests include health informatics, involvement of genetic and epigenetic mechanisms in disease pathogenesis as well as investigation of biomarkers for early disease diagnosis.

Safina Ahmed

Dr. Safina Ahmed

Assistant Professor Pathology at Shifa College of Medicine | Part time histopathologist at Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad.

Qualifications:  MBBS, FCPS, FRCPath (UK)           

Fellowship: Fellow Royal College of Pathologists, UK. Fellow College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan.

Membership: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, Pakistan. General Medical Council, UK.

Dr. Anwar Ul Haque

Dr. Anwar Ul Haque

Professor of Pathology | Diplomat American Board of Pathology and Fellow College of American Pathologists

dr.Farah

Dr. Farah Niazi

Assistant Professor, Shaikh Zayed Medical Comnplex

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