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Walid Ismail Attia

Walid Ismail Attia
Shinshu University, School of Medicine, Japan


He was born on November 8th 1969 in Egypt. Completed his Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery-Tanta University Faculty of Medicine,Egypt in 1986-1992. M.Sc. in General Surgery from Tanta University and Ph.D. in Neurosurgery from Shinshu University School of Medicine, Japan. Did Internship from Tanta University Hospitals, Egypt in 1993-1994. He also did Cardiac surgery clerkships at Bursa University Hospital,Turkey;Riyadh Central Hospital,Saudi Arabia and Riyadh Al-Kharj Hospital,Saudi Arabia. He did his post graduate training from Tanta University Hospitals, Egypt; Shinshu University School of Medicine Matsumoto,Japan; Tokyo Women's Medical University,Japan and Medical College of Georgia,USA. HONORS AND AWARDS: 1986: Recipient of the Outstanding Graduation award (top 30 graduates) in the Republic High School Diploma examination, the Egyptian Ministry of Education. 1992: Recipient of the Outstanding Graduation award and Honors, Tanta University, Faculty of Medicine (4th on class of 320 graduates).Over the years he has served as a Clinical Demonstrator, Assistant Lecturer, Lecturer of Neurosurgery, Spine fellowship Director of Neurosurgery Department, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Consultant Spine surgeon, Attending Physician- Neurosurgeon. He also has participated in many organization: Japanese Society for Neurological Surgeons 2000- present Egyptian Society for Neurological Surgeons 2003- present Pan Arab Society for Neurological Surgeons 2003- present AANS ( international member) 2004- present World Spinal Column Society ( Associate Member) 2010- present Asia Pacific Cervical Spine Society ( Executive member) 2011- present Egyptian Spine Society ( Executive member) 2012- present International Society for Advancement of Spine Surgery ( Director of the MiddleEast Chapter) 2013- present World Federation of Neurological Surgeons (WFNS) 2013- present

Research Interest

Brain tissue, Neurosurgery, CNS, Neurological disorders