Ph.D. candidate in biomedical science
#Neurosurgery #Global Neurosurgery
#Neuroscience #Public Health #Health Research
Dr. Negida studied Medicine and Surgery Bachelor (MBBCh) at Zagazig University, College of Human Medicine (class of Nov. 2018). He has published +65 international research publications, co-authored two international book chapters, and taught +2000 Egyptian physicians through a series of 40 research courses in Egypt. He is a reviewer and editor in many well-recognized, international peer-reviewed journals.
His clinical interests are brain cancer surgery, traumatic brain injuries, cerebrovascular stroke, and stereotactic and functional neurosurgeries for epilepsy and movement disorders.
In terms of research, he is dedicated to neuroscience research, global surgery, public health, evidence-based medicine, research methodology, medical statistics, academic publishing, and research ethics.
Having led several research collaborative networks on the national, regional, and international scales, He is also concerned with building research capacity and building collaborative networks.
Dr. Negida was interviewed by the main national governmental TV channel in Egypt to discuss the burden and public health response to COVID-19 in Egypt as well as the results of Bogosch’s exported case detection model on COVID-19 burden in Egypt (Lancet Infectious Diseases, March 26)