Dr Nasir Hameed
School of Medicine, University of Central Lancashire
Dr. Hameed MBBS, PhD is working as “Senior Lecturer Imaging” at School of Medicine, University of Central Lancashire. He is responsible to lead in the areas of development, management and delivery of various ultrasound courses at the school of medicine. He has course leader responsibilities in ultrasound related programmes including post graduate certificate, PG Diploma and Masters in Diagnostic ultrasound. He also undertakes research and knowledge transfer through scholarly activities. Before joining UcLan, he worked as Associate Professor In “Radiological Sciences & Medical Imaging Technology Department” Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, at the University of Lahore.
He was a senior faculty member of JUREI's Middle East Branch to teach the trainers in ultrasound in various developing countries. He has vast experience of teaching medical ultrasound internationally and has provided ultrasound training in Diplomas, MSc and PhD. degree programmes. He has also presented many research papers at various international conferences including BMUS (UK), Leading Edge (USA) and AIUM (USA).
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