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Pedagogical Portfolio

Formal pedagogical education

At Karolinska Institute
March – April 1989 A course over 2 months, full-time in clinical neurology
October, 1989 Demyelinating diseases and infections in the nervous system, Department of Neurology Huddinge Hospital, Karolinska Institute
13-17 May, 1991 Immune mechanisms in pathogenesis of Nervous system diseases, Department of Neurology Huddinge Hospital
30/9 – 25/11, 1992 Molecular Analysis of Genetic Diseases, Karolinska Institute, Department of Molecular Genetics
2 – 6 October 1995 Course for teaching at tertiary level, Karolinska Institute,
2 /12 1999 – May 2000 Pedagogic Forum, Huddinge University Hospital
Outside Karolinska Institute
9-12 June, 1991 The Summer School of the 11th European Immunology meeting in Finland
10/4 – 14/4/1994 Basic Molecular Biology Course. Lancaster University, Department of Biological Sciences, England.
15-16 September 1993 27th Trypanosomiasis Seminar. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
17 September 1993 The Symposium of the British Society for Parasitology on the Protozoan Surface Molecules, City University, London, UK.
25-28 May 1995 Satellite symposium on cytokines of the XXVIth annual meeting, Scandinavian Society for Immunology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
19 January 1996 Trypanosome Workshop, Biomedical Center, Uppsala, Sweden
23-25 May 1997

8th International Center for Biotechnology Symposium on Cytoplasmic Protein. Tyrosine Kinases. Novum Research Park, Stockholm

25/6 – 2/7/1998 The International Summer School, Gothenburg, Sweden
7-8 December 1998 The 1998 Scientific Symposium on innate signals of the New York Academy of Medicine, New York, USA

5 October 2000

Tutoring skill workshop, AGU, Bahrain

12 December 2000

Workshop on Construction of Integrated True and False Multiple Choice Questions, AGU, Bahrain

12 October 2002

Workshop on Construction of Educational problems

23-25 April 2003

Workshop on Evidence-based Medicine, AGU, Bahrain

10 Feb 2006

Workshop on developing core content for the undergraduate medical curriculum

18 April 2012

Cochrane Workshop, AJC, Bahrain

Participation in teacher for lecturing at foreign universities and in international meetings

14/5/1991    Bi-directional activating signals between T. b. brucei and CD8+ T cells. International meeting on lymphoid cells and molecules in infection and immunity, Elsinore, Denmark
15-16 /6/ 1992     CD8 is critically involved during Experimental African trypanosomiasis. First "Acrival Meeting" on chemotherapy of trypanosomiasis, Marseilles, France
3-4 /6/ 1993    IFN-g as a growth promoting molecule for T. b. brucei Commission of the European Community, COST Co- operation, Second Acrival COST meeting on Treatment African Trypanosomiasis, University of Budapest
Hungary
15-16 /6/ 1993     Interactions between T. b. brucei and CD8+ lymphocytes 27th Trypanosomiasis Seminar – London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK  
4/11/1993   A seminar on Parasite Immunology, Organized by Sudan Association of Physicians – Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum, Sudan
13/12/1993 Interaction between African Trypanosomes and the Immune system, University of Rostock, GERMANY
22/10/1994  Bidirectional signals between T. b. brucei and dorsal root ganglia. 4th International Congress of neuroimmunology, RAI – Amsterdam, Holland
21/7/1995    Sleeping Sickness: Interactions between T. b. brucei and the immune system – Department of Neurology. University of Iowa, Iowa city, USA
23-29 /7/ 1995 Interactions between T. b. brucei and immunoregulating molecules – 9th International Congress of Immunology – San Francisco, USA
2-6 /9/ 1995    Interactions between T. b. brucei and immunoregulating molecules – BSP seminar on trypanosomiasis and leishmaniasis – Glasgow, UK
3/9/1995      immunobiology of T. b. brucei – BSP symposium on immunobiology of trypanosomiasis and leishmaniasis, Glasgow, UK
10/1/1996 Strategies for Molecular Characterization of Parasite factors – Faculty of Medical Technology – University of Khartoum
15/1/1996  Parasite Signalling Pathways – Unit of Genetics and Molecular Parasitology, National health Laboratory, Institute of Endemic Diseases, University of Khartoum.
16/1/1996  Molecular Cloning a CD8-dependent trypanokine factor – Faculty of Medicine – University of Khartoum
17/1/1996  New strategies on Parasite Research – Faculty of Medical Laboratories, Omdurman Ahlia University
25/5/1996  Role of IL-4 in control of parasitemia and survival in resistant and susceptible mouse strains to Trypanosoma infections, Cytokine and cytokine receptor workshop, Turku, Finland.
17/10/1996  Early signalling pathways involved in the interactions between micro-organisms and the immune system. Department of Neurology – Beijing Hospital, China
5/1/1997     Control of Trypanosoma brucei infection depends on non-MHC gene ability to produce IL-4. Sharja Hall, Khartoum, Sudan
7/1/1997  Over view of the innate immune reactions and early signals – National health Laboratory, Institute of Endemic Diseases, University of Khartoum..
12/1/1997   Adenyl cyclase gene analysis in type II diabetes – Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum
11/3/1997     Tyrosine protein kinases are required for IFN-g induced   T.b. brucei proliferation. Arthur’s seat Hotel – Cape Town
15/7/1997 Interaction between T.b brucei and immunoregulating molecules – Sanaa – Yemen – Sheraton Hotel
15/4/1998    Recovery from Guillain Barrié syndrome is associated with increased levels of neutralizing autoantibodies to IFN-g. Washington DC, USA.
6/6/1998 Interactions between African trypanosomes and immunoregulating molecules – Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain
2/7/1998 A nervous system induced factor inducing cytokines in immune cells. The International Summer School – Gothenburg, Sweden
11/9/1998 A major cession talk, the role of autoantibodies to cytokines, the 14th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, 9-12 September 1998, Stockholm, Sweden
7/11/1998  Bidirectional cell signalling system between African trypanosomes and CD8-neurons: implications for neuropsychiatric manifestations, prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The 31 Pan Arab Conference – Khartoum, Sudan.
8/11/1998    Autoantibodies to cytokines, a novel immunoregulatory mechanism, Institute of Endemic Diseases, Khartoum, Sudan
16/11/1998    Cytokines in health and disease – The UAE University – United Arab Emirate
17/12/1998   Bidirectional cell signalling system between African trypanosomes and CD8-neurons: implications for neuropsychiatric manifestations, prevention, diagnosis and treatment. The ITM colloquium, Antwerp, Belgium
27/6/1999 Anti-cytokine autoantibodies as novel mechanism for cytokine regulation and therapy – Saudi German Hospital Jeddah – Saudi Arabia
17/1/2000   Modulation of immune responses in experimental bacterial meningitis – Saudi German Hospital – Jeddah Saudi Arabia
19/1/2000   A novel approach to treat neuroinflammatory and autoimmune disorders. Saudi German Hospital – Jeddah. Saudi Arabia
23/1/2000   Cytokines in health and disease – Department of Physiology – King Saudi University – Riyadh – Saudi Arabia
26/1/2000    Regulation of cytokine responses in infectious diseases – Dubai Medical University – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
18/5/2000      Immune responses within the CNS, Department of Chemistry – University of California, San Francisco – USA
31/8/2000 The mechanism of cytokine action – Does dose matter? The Biogen Symposium, Novel approaches to treatment of early diagnosed multiple sclerosis- Stockholm, Sweden.
12/3/2002    Constitutive and inflammatory induction of chemokines in embryonic brain – Al Ain Second International Immunology Meeting, UAE 11-14 March 2002
18/6/2002  Induction of proinflammatory cytokines by INT407
epithelial cell line challenged with Campylobacter Jejuni, 11th International Congress of Mucosal Immunology, Orlando, USA
16/11/2002     Cytokines in Multiple Sclerosis3rd GCC Neurology Conference, Bahrain
8/10/2003 Factors regulating brain development. State of art Lecture – Saudi German Medical Academy – Jeddah
25/05/2004    Management of Status Epilepticus. Bahrain Medical Association
22/07/2004 Recent Advances in Multiple Sclerosis. Military Hospital Omdurman – Sudan
21/11/2004 Headache. Department of Anatomy – AGU
27/12/2004 Recent Advances in Multiple Sclerosis. BDF Hospital Bahrain
22/03/2004 Headache. BDF Hospital Bahrain
02/02/2005  Headache. College of Postgraduate studies – AGU
02/08/2005  Recent advances in Multiple Sclerosis – The 3rd Scientific Conference, HH Princess Al-Jawhara centre for Molecular
28/04/2005 Medicine, Genetics and Inherited Diseases – Bahrain Campylobacter jejuni induces diverse kinetics and profiles of cytokine and chemokine genes by INT-407 cells – International Symposium on Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance – Seoul – South Korea
29/04/2005    Immunopathogenesis of experimental meningitis: Studies on
profile of cytokine responses of mononuclear cells and effects of immunomodulationInternational Institute of Vaccine – Seoul – South Korea
29/11/2005 Acute ischemic brain stroke is associated with immune-mediated Chlamydia pneumoniae infection- Research strategies and clinical challenges in neuroscience – Intercontinental Hotel in Al-Ain
16/05/2006   New Strategies for Immuno-genetic Interventions During Neurodegenerative Diseases. The Biotechnology Program, AGU.
17/06/2006   Acute ischemic stroke is associated with immune-mediated Chlamydia pneumoniae infection. 12th International Conference Infectious Diseases – Lisbon, Portugal – June 2006
08/03/2007    The 6th International Symposium on Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance – Singapore 7-9 March 2007
05/06/2007  Molecular Medicine from genes to community – BDF Hospital Bahrain
09/03/2008  Molecular Medicine from genes to community – The 2nd Gulf Scientific Conference for Medical Students, Bahrain
29/04/2008      ISRAA: A novel Immune Mediator. BDF Hospital Bahrain
24/03/2009        Stem Cells from science to clinical applications
09/03/2009     Experimental study design and grant writing – Kuwait University – Kuwait
10/03/2009 New Strategies For Immunogenetic Interventions During Neurodegenerative Diseases: Is stem cell research a solution?. Kuwait University – Kuwait
11/03/2009  A novel Immune system mediator (ISRAA) Kuwait University – Kuwait
12/10/2009  Genomics influence in the post injury inflammatory response, Trauma & Accident & Emergency Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 12 October 2010
11/03/2010  A novel nervous-to-immune signalling mechanism mediating innate responses to infections – Miami – USA: 14th International Congress of Infectious Diseases. 11 March 2010
04/04/2010  ISRAA: Recent advances with great hope for mankind. Al-Jawhara 8th International Conference: Manama, Bahrain.
18/05/2011 A novel indicative biomarker and a therapeutic agent for immunodeficiency: 6th Annual European Biomarkers Summit, Molecular Diagnostics Europe and Single Cell Analysis Congress, London – UK.
17/01/2012 ISRAA: Recent Advances with Great Hope for Mankind. . 13th GCC Industrialists Conference, Riyadh, KSA 16 – 19 January 2012.

Seminars presented in Sweden:

At Karolinska Institute:
19/10/1993   African Trypanosomiasis – Interaction between the parasite and the Immune System – Seminars in experimental Infections and Parasitology – Department of Clinical Immunology, Huddinge Hospital, SWEDEN
22/2/1994      The Immune system and trypanosomiasis – Department of Rheumatology, Research section – Karolinska Hospital. Sweden
23/9/994    Knock-out techniques; updates on cytokine receptors during infection. Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Huddinge Hospital,. SWEDEN.
1/5/1995    IFN-g receptor oriented research in trypanosomiasis. Department of Molecular Medicine – Karolinska Hospital, April 1995. Sweden.
19/1/1996  Early events in immune system defense mechanisms. Huddinge Hospital
2/8/1996   Overview of the immune system – Postgraduate course – Huddinge Hospital, division of neurology
27/8/1996  A novel autoantibody regulatory mechanism for cytokine  responses, MTC, Karolinska Institute
17/2/1997     Molecular aspects of T.b. brucei induced pathology. Joint seminar – library – Huddinge University Hospital
6/3/1998 IFN-g as a growth factor for African trypanosomes. IMPI-
MTC Seminar, Division of Infectious Diseases, Huddinge Hospital, Karolinska Institute.
17/6/1998    Immunoregulation to cytokines by autoantibodies, MTC, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
9/2/1999 A potential immunoregulatory role for anti-cytokine antibodies – Department of Rheumatology, Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
25/2/1999  The above lecture was presented at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Karolinska Hospital, Sweden
17/5/1999   The above lecture was presented at the Department of Clinical Microbiology, Karolinska Hospital, Sweden
10/1/2000     Over view of innate and acquired immunity, course in immune system and trauma for medical students, Department of Anesthesia, Huddinge Hospital, Sweden
10/1/2000  The CNS and the immune system, course in immune system and trauma for medical students, Department of Anesthesia, Huddinge Hospital, Sweden
At other universities in Sweden:
25/5/1995 African Trypanosomes and Immunoregulating Molecules Medical Faculty of the University of Gothenburg
28/5/1995 Cytokines and cytokine receptors- Xth Summer School, Gothenburg
19/1/1996 Interactions of Trypanosoma brucei brucei and the immune system – Trypanosome workshop, BMC, Uppsala
9/5/1996  Interactions of Trypanosoma brucei brucei and the immune system – Trypanosome workshop, BMC, Uppsala
25/11/1997  Interaction between T.b. brucei and immunoregulating Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Umeå 
University, Sweden.
11/9/1998  A major cession talk, the role of autoantibodies to cytokines, the 14th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, 9-12 September 1998, Stockholm, Sweden
8/2/1999  Autoantibodies to cytokines, Clinical and therapeutic relevance Department of Clinical Immunology, University of Linköping, Sweden
25/10/1999    Regulation of cytokine responses, Department of Dermatology, University of Uppsala
Qualification as a reader:
9 May 1996, Experimental Neurology, Neurology
Qualification as a Professor:
18 June 2002, Immunology, Neurology

Undergraduate course administration

High School students: Biochemistry course to pre university high school students (3 month’s course), Khartoum University. The course had 40 participants. 1982.
Medical Students:
  • Course organizer, Department of Medicine, Alshaab Teaching Hospital, 3 courses in Internal Medicine, for medical students, 35-50 students per course. 1985-1988.
  • Course convener 1988-1998 for 4 courses in Cardiology for medical students, Department of Medicine, Khartoum teaching Hospital, 30-40 students per course.
  • Tutorials and case presentations to under graduate Medical students, Al-Shaab Teaching Hospital, Khartoum, 1987-1988.
  • Course convener 1988-1998 for 4 courses in Clinical Neurology for medical students, Department of Neurology, Huddinge University Hospital, 35-45 students per course.
  • Course Teacher in Free Choice courses for Medical students in Immune System Function in Trauma, Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Clinic Ward, Huddinge University Hospital. 1999-2000.
  • Teacher, regular lectures in Clinical Neurology, Immunology and Microbiology for Medical Students, Karolinska Institute – Division of Neurology and Infectious Diseases, Huddinge University Hospital. 1989 -2000.
  • Tutor for year 2, Unit I Concepts and Principles, AGU, Bahrain.
  • Tutor for year 3, Unit IV GIT and Renal System, AGU, Bahrain.
  • Tutor for year 3 Unit VI Hematology and Immune System, AGU, Bahrain
  • Tutor for year 3 Unit V Reproductive System and Endocrinology, AGU, 2001
  • Tutor for year 4 Unit VIII, Central Nervous System, AGU, Bahrain
  • Clinical Professional Skills Program, Unit VII, Central Nervous System, AGU, Bahrain
  • Tutor for laboratory skills in Microbiology, AGU, Bahrain

Departmental activities:

  1. The department coordinator for Unit VIII (Central Nervous System)
  2. The department coordinator for Unit VI (Haematopoietic and Immune systems )

With the following duties:

    • Coordinate lab arrangements, timing, material, handouts, etc.
    • Coordinate poster preparation
    • Upgrade the intranet material for the Unit
    • Follow up question preparation.
    • Correct the questions in the AO (SAQ, PMP) related to the unit exam
    • Review the feedback of the students for the lab activities related to the unit.
    • Together with the problem coordinator review the feedback of the tutors on the problems and propose improvement to the Dept. Chairman.
    • Attend the meeting for the unit and report to the Chairman.
    • Review and propose to the Dept. Chairman improvement the booklet related to the unit.
    • Attend the review session for the exam.
    • Invigilating the exam (if required)
    • Participate in the committee for elaboration of integrated questions interacting with the Dept. Chairman
  1. Participation in graduate activities as the regular scientific seminars and journal club arranged at the department of Anatomy.
  2. Undergraduate seminars:
    • Cytokines and Chemokines: from basic science to clinical applications.
    • Zoonoses.
    • Septic Shock
    • Tuberculosis
    • Infections: Mother to Child

Department of Molecular Medicine:

  • Chairman of the Department since January 2003 to date
  • Constructed curriculums for Molecular Medicine, Genetics and Inherited disorders in the undergraduate teaching units
  • Continuous tutoring year 2, 3 and 4 
  • Co-chairman of Unit I Homeostasis
  • Chairman of Unit VI Hematology and Immune System
  • Co-chairman of Unit VIII Central Nervous System

Participation in the activities of University Committees:

      Committee                Duration
1 University academic committee for Biotechnology from Sept. 2001 to date
2 University Laboratory equipment committee    from Sept. 2001 to date
3 College Research and Ethics Committee (Chairman) from Sept. 2001 to date
4 Learning Resource Committee        from June 2001 to date
5 Department Research Committee    from 1/9/2000   to date
6 College committee for lab medicine Master   from 1/9/2000   to date
7 College committee for Basic Science Master  from 1/1/2002   to date
8 Unit VII Committee from Nov. 2000 to 2002
9 Unit II Committee  from Feb. 2000 to 2002
10 B.Sc. exam Subcommittee                  from Apr. 2000 to 2001
11 Chairperson of Unit V System Committee from Sept. 2001 to date
12 Unit VI Committee  from Sept. 2001 to 2001
13 Laboratory Diagnostic supervisory Committee   from Nov. 2001 to date
14 Basic Medical Science Course for Residency Training   from June 2002 to date
15 Basic Medical Science Course for Residency Training from June 2002 to date

Compilation of teaching material

  • Text books:

Moiz Bakhiet. The role of autoantibodies in the action of cytokines – Frontiers in multiple sclerosis III EDS: Martin Dunitz Ltd, London, 1999

  • Moiz Bakhiet. Cytokines as novel therapeutic agents for neuroinflammatory disorders: a role for interferon-b in the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Current Medicinal Chemistry-Central Nervous System. 1: 201-208.2001.
  • Manuals:
  • Basic immunology: handouts distributed in relevant courses and seminars
  • Techniques in immunology: protocols distributed in practical courses
  • Neurological complications to HIV/AIDS and neuroborreliosis: handouts for medical students
  • Manual for professional skills in Clinical Neurology for undergraduates
  • Departmental evaluation form for Resource sessions
  • Posters and intranet resources for undergraduate:
  • HIV poster and intranet resource
  • Tuberculosis Poster and intranet resource
  • Meningoencephalitis
  • Construction of Educational Problems:
  • HIV/AIDS 2000/2001
  • Meningoencephalitis 2001/2002
  • Colitis 2001/2002
  • Pneumonia 2001/2002
  • Hepatitis 2001/2002
  • Cancer Epidemiology 2004
  • Neoplasm 2004
  • Spinal cord injury 2005
  • Multiple sclerosis 2007

Research and developmental work

  • As a member of the organizing committee, instructor and a lecturer, I am actively involved in development of new courses and renewal of undergraduate education in Pathology, Immunology and Infections Biology, started from autumn term of 1999. The renewal of courses is mainly to meet the needs of teaching in the new school in Biomedicine.
  • As a member of Karolinska International Committee for research and training, I am participating in the development of Karolinska School for Global Health.
  • Coordinator responsible for the Master Program in Master in Laboratory Medicine, AGU
  • Coordinate the agreement between AGU and Karolinska Institute in Sweden for collaboration in research and training.

Experience as an educator

Undergraduate activities at Karolinska Institute

Lectures in Clinical Neurology to Medical Students
Lectures in Basic Immunology to Medical Students
Lectures in CNS and Immunology to Medical Students
Numbers of hours= 120 hrs

Undergraduate activities at the Arabian Gulf University:
(Two units per year)

  • Tutor for  unit I, Concepts and principles (72h/year)
  • Tutor for Unit III, GIT and Renal System (72h/year)
  • Tutor for Unit IV, Endocrinology and reproductive system (72h/year)
  • Tutor for Unit V, Hematology Immune System (72h/year)
  • Tutor for Unit VII, Central Nervous System (72h/year)
  • Clinical Professional Skills Program, Unit VII, Central Nervous System (36h/year)
  • Tutor for laboratory skills in Microbiology (56h/year)
  • Resource sessions in Immunology and Microbiology, Molecular Medicine and Clinical Neurology
    • Tuberculosis
    • HIV
    • Immunocompromised host
    • Septic shock: the role of TNF-a and activated protein C
    • Cell cycle and controlling factors
    • Spinal cord injuries

Postgraduate teaching

    • 8 students completed their PhD under my full supervision
    • 4 students completed their Licentiate (M Phil) under my full supervision
    • 11 students completed their Master degree under my full supervision 

Courses for Graduate students:

  • Seminars and Courses in basic Immunology for postgraduates (Department of Neurology Huddinge University Hospital, Karolinska Institute), 1992 -1998
  • Laboratory techniques and Computer applications (see below), 1992-1998 for postgraduates (Department of Neurology, Huddinge University Hospital, Karolinska Institute), 1992-1994.
  • Molecular Biology Techniques in Research and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases. Applied Course. Unit of Genetics and Molecular Parasitology, National health Laboratory, Institute of Endemic Diseases, University of Khartoum. 7-15/1/1996.
  • WHO/IUIS Refresher Course on Immunology, Vaccinology. Biotechnology and Biosafety Applied to Infectious Diseases, Arusha and Dar Es-Salaam. Tanzania. 4-19 December 1996
  • Organized and participate in the following course for Ph.D. students at Karolinska Institute: Animal models to study immunopathogenesis and treatment of neuroinflammatory disorders 8-29 September 1997.
  • Organized and participated in the EAE teaching course during the 14th Congress of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, 9-12 September 1998, Stockholm, Sweden
  • IMPI seminars, Regulation of cytokine responses in infections and autoimmune diseases. Huddinge, Sweden 21 January 1999.
  • Medical Inflammation seminars, Linköping, Sweden. 8 February 1999.
  • Course in Infectious Diseases for Master students, AGU, January 2001 – June 2001.
  • Course in Basic Immunology Master Students, AGU, March 2002 – June 2002.
  • Course in Molecular Diagnostics, AGU, April 19 – 25, 2003.
  • Advance Immunology February – March 2007

Postgraduate activities at the Arabian Gulf University:

  • Organized Host-parasite interactions Module, Graduate (M.Sc.) Programme In Laboratory Medicine –Core Courses Semester I
  • Semester II coordinator, MSc in Microbiology
  • Teaching the Molecular Immunology and Intracellular Signalling Pathways for Master students, the College of Postgraduate, AGU
  • Principal co-investigator in the department project on pathogenetic mechanisms in children diarrhoea.
  • Course in Infectious Diseases for Master students, AGU, January 2001 – June 2001.
  • Course in Basic Immunology Master Students, AGU, March 2002 – June 2002.
  • Resource sessions for under and post graduate in Cell cycle and Stem cell research (2001-2002).
  • Regular teaching in medical resident program at the BDF hospital
  • Supervise 3 Master students at AGU (For PhD and other senior students in Sweden see below at the scientific portfolio)

Quality

  • As an organizer and participant in WHO refresher course on Immunology, Vaccinology, and Biotechnology applied to infectious Diseases, I received a letter of award from WHO, Laboratory Training and Support, Division of Emerging and other Communicable Diseases, surveillance and Control.
  • The analysis of evaluation questionnaires, which all participants usually complete at the end of each course, used to clearly show that the training activities are to be considered very successful.
  • In summary, I feel that beside my clinical, administrative and scientific duties, I have to a great extent contributed to the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students. I also gained a lot of experience, which should help the development of teaching in the future.