Name: Nermine Ahmed Ehsan Ahmed
Educational Qualification: Ph. D.
Designation: Professor and Chairman
Research Interests: Hepatic fibrosis; progression, regression and complications. Chronic HCV-related disease, autoimmune hepatitis and non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases all contribute to liver fibrosis. Hepatocellular carcinoma; Patho-physiology, biology and prognosis characteristics. Pediatric liver pathological conditions including; biliary atresia, congenital hepatic fibrosis, metabolic liver storage diseases and primary liver tumors in children.
Biography: Professor Nermine Ehsan has completed her PhD in Pathology at the age of 31 years from McGill University, Montreal, Canada and postdoctoral studies at Liver Unit of the Kings’ College Hospital, London. She has been an Honorary Research Fellow at Institute of Hepatology, UCL, London, UK. Prof. Ehsan is the Chairman of Pathology Department, National Liver Institute, where a premier Liver-GIT pathology service is provided. She has published more than 35 papers in reputed journals and supervised more than 30 MSc and MD thesis. She is a member of Egyptian Committee for Pathology Training, Supreme Council of Higher Education Committee for Promotion of Pathology Professors, Egyptian Society of Pathology and European Society of Pathology.