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Professor of Urology at Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt – Subspecialty in Neurourology and Urogynecology.
The General Manager of the Ain Shams University Obour Specialized Hospital.
MD Thesis in a subspecialty of Neurourology at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. With special interest in Lower Urinary Tract Disease, Overactive Bladder, Female Urology, and Neurostimulation.
Professor Mourad is active in the International Continence Society (ICS), serving on its Board of Trustees as one of the Executives, also serving on the Educational Committee, Continence Promotion Committee and Currently Chairing the ICS Fistula Committee.
Served as the chairman of the ICS 38th annual meeting in Cairo.
He is the founder and President of both the Pan Arab Continence Society (PACS) and African Fistula & Continence Society (AFFCS) and chairman of its Scientific Committees.
Professor Mourad is on the Scientific Committee of the World Congress of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms of the Societe International de Urologie (International Urological Society).
He is on the Taskforce of pelvic Floor Reconstruction of the FIGO (International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics).
He is conducting surgical and educational missions in Africa helping in the treatment of Obstetric Fistulae and training African Doctors how to manage the possible complications. He is the director of the ICS workshops for Surgery of Vaginal Fistula.- Professor Mourad is the Director and one of the Tutors of Middle East Urodynamic Courses of Bristol Urological Institute. The course has been running successfully through last 6 years in many Arab countries and once in Thessaloniki/Greece.
He is conducting a well established training course of Urogynecology in Egypt and receiving trainees of urologists and gynecologists from many countries.
Professor Mourad is on the Editorial Board of Neurourology and Urodynamics Journal, The Chief Editor of Afro Arab Journal of Voiding Dysfunction and is a reviewer for the International Urogynecology Journal, Neurourology and Urodynamics Journal, Urologia Internationalis, and several regional journals.
He had been invited as a Guest Speaker, Chairman and Moderator in many regional (Arab) and International events including Asian, European and American scientific meetings.
Member of residents training program of voiding dysfunction in Urology Department, Ain Shams University.
Active Member of the AUA, EAU, ICS, ICI, SIU, IUGA, FIGO, ICUD, ISSM, EUA, AAU and others. Special Certificates:
Certificates in Urodynamic (Bristol Urological Institute – UK)
Certificate in Neuromodulation & Neurostimulation (Maastricht University – Netherlands)
Certificate in Holmium Laser applications (McGill University – Canada) Research Activities:
A Multicenter Randomized Placebo Controlled Double Blind Study comparing different dosage of Botulinium Toxin A in the Treatment of Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity in Spinal Cord Injury. (Sponsored by Allergan)
On the Advisory board of Overactive Bladder Syndrome in Africa and Middle East (Pfizer AFME)
On going research with Wake Forest University – North Carolina on Stem Cell Therapy in the treatment of Urinary Incontinence due to Intrinsic Sphincteric Deficiency.
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