Hamdy Ahmad Sliem


Dr. Hamdy Ahmad Sliem is currently serving as full professor of Internal Medicine and Endocrinology in the school of medicine, Suez Canal University. He has received MD degree from the College of medicine in 1994. He has over three decades of experience in the management of diabetes, endocrinal disorders, and evaluation of health status of those patients with chronic complications. In the last decade, he has over 48 scientific publications in peer-reviewed national and international journals, has given multiple posters and oral presentations at various national and international conferences. Most of the publications were in the areas of endocrinal disorders, metabolic syndrome, obesity, prediabetes, and impact of diabetes on cardiovascular and immune systems. He supervised and judged several medical theses and shared his views in many national projects related to different health problems.

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His research interests mainly focus on all aspects of endocrinology, diabetes, metabolomics syndromes etc.

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