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Prof. Ehab Khairy

11th Annual Congress of Arabian International Society of Nutrition, Gastroenterology & Infectious Diseases (AISNGID)

Prof. Ehab Khairy

Professor of Pediatrics and Head of Pediatric Clinical Nutrition Unit, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.

He was graduated at Ain Shams University, receiving his MBBCh as well as Master and Medical Degree with specialty in Pediatrics.

He is responsible for preparing and teaching the course of Pediatric Clinical Nutrition for undergraduates as well as for Master and MD degrees in Pediatrics.

He has published 45 articles in the fields of Pediatric Nutrition and infections in national and international medical journals and has been the supervisor of 122 master, MD and PHD theses in Pediatrics and was the examiner of 95 master, MD and PHD theses in Pediatrics within and outside Ain Shams University .

He attended 75 international and 108 local conferences and had a major role in organisation of 45 conferences in Egypt. He had lectures in 23 international and 84 local conferences and in the educational courses of the Egyptian medical syndicate.

He was the president of the First, Second and Third Scientific Congresses for Pediatric Pulmonology and Nutritional Disorders.
He is the vice president of the Arabian Society of Pediatric Clinical Nutrition
He is a member of:
   – The Egyptian society of Pediatrics
   – Ain Shams society of Pediatrics
   – The clinical society of Faculty of Medicine, ASU
   – Egyptian society of preterm and neonatal care
   – Egyptian society of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
   – The Arabian International Society of Nutrition & Gastroenterology and Infectious diseases.
He conducted several studies with the Egyptian Ministry of Health, serving as investigator for a study about Assessment of fading IgG titer for measles, mumps & rubella among Egyptian infants from 4 up to 12 months of age and a study on Haemophilus influenzae type B infection in infants and children with pneumonia.