Dr. Ayman Hussein Mohammed Al-feel

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Assistant Professor, Hematology

Dr. Ayman Hussein Mohammed Al-feel joined as Assistant Professor in Medical Laboratory Sciences Department at College of Health Sciences, Gulf Medical University in Jan 2022. He has more than 11 years of teaching and research experience in Hematology Immunohematology, Blood transfusion and Hemostasis. He worked at Jazan University, College of Applied Medical Sciences, Hematology department for 7 years and at Omdurman Islamic University (College of Medical Laboratory Sciences) for 3 years.

Area of Interest:

  • Hematologic Diseases
  • Hemostasis
  • Blood transfusion and immunohematology
  • Medical Education

Education:

  • B.Sc Medical Laboratory Sciences in Haematology & Blood banking Technologies – University of Science & Technology, Sudan, 2005.
  • Completion of Qualifying Year for M.Sc. Program- University of Khartoum, Faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Sudan, 2006.
  • M.Sc. Medical Laboratory Sciences (Haematology & Immunohaematology)- Sudan University of Science & Technology, Sudan, 2010.
  • PhD in Medical Laboratory Science (Haematology)- Al Jezira University, Sudan, 2016.

Selected publications:

  • Alfeel, A.H., Abdalhabib, E.K., Mobarki, A.A., Hamali, H.A., Ibrahim, I.K., Elzaki, S.E.G. Association of Factor V-Leiden and Prothrombin G20210A Mutations with deep venous thrombosis in Sudanese patients. Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences. Volume 14, Issue 3, July 2020, Pages 1091-1094
  • Hassan A Hamali; Abdullah A Mobarki;1 Muhammad Saboor;1 Aymen Alfeel; Aymen M Madkhali; Mohammad S Akhter; and Gasim Dobie. Prevalence of Anemia Among Jazan University Students. International Journal of General Medicine. Volume 13, 2020, Pages 765-770
  • Omnia Mohamed Sharif;  Rosline Hassan;  Ameen Abdulaziz Mohammed Basbaeen;  Ayman Hussien Mohmed ;  Ibrahim Khider Ibrahim.   2, 3Interleukin-10 (1082G/A) Polymorphism is Associated with Susceptibility of Acute Myeloid Leukemia Patients in Sudanese Population. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2019; 20(7): 1939–1943).