Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences

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Historical Overview

The faculty of Applied Medical Sciences - October 6 University was established on, 1996 within the faculties of the University, which was established by Decree No. 243 of 1996 on July 27, 1996, corresponding to 11 Rabeeul Awal 1417 Hijri, and the faculty continues its activities within the faculties of the University in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 101 of 1992. October 6 University grants a bachelor's degree in Applied Medical Sciences upon the recommendation of the faculty council. The faculty has a university hospital that was built on an area of 4000 m2 and can accommodate 320 beds, some of which were allocated for the educational process.

The aim of the faculty of Applied Medical Sciences was to provide specialized graduates in the fields of applied medical sciences for the market of medical field.

In 1998/1999, the study began in the faculty of the bachelor level. The number of students was nineteen students in the medical laboratory program.

In 1999/2000, the following specialties were added (Biomedical Equipment - Radiology and medical imaging)

In 2000/2001 the specialty of nursing was added

In 2001/2002, the first batch graduated with a total of nineteen students
In 2006/2007, the Postgraduate studies agreement was signed between the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University and the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, October 6 University

In 2006/2007, an agreement was signed between the European Union and the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, October 6 University, in the TEMPAS project for the purpose of developing quality in health care.

In 2007/2008, the Postgraduate studies agreement was signed between the Medical Research Institute -  Alexandria University and the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences October 6 University

In 2007/2008, the Quality Assurance Unit was established in the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences

In 2010/2011, the University of Thailand agreement was signed with the Nursing Department, faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, October 6 University

In 2010/2011, Postgraduate studies agreement was signed between the Department of Biophysics, Faculty of Science, Cairo University and the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, October 6 University

In 2011, an agreement was signed between Fontes University in the Netherlands and the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, October 6 University to award a double degree certificate in addition to  another certificate from Fontes University

In 2011/2012, the faculty applied for approval to study the Master's degree in Biochemistry

The Joint Education Agreement with the University of Fontes, Netherlands, has been activated and the faculty is teaching by problem solving learning system.

The faculty is also associated with the cooperation with Theodor Bilharz Research Institute/ October 6 University Hospital / Al-Zahra Hospital / Al-Qasr Al-Ain Hospital, which provides students with practical training during the study period

Faculty Deans:
The first Dean of the faculty is Prof. Ahmed Attieh Saadah the current president of the university
Professor Talat Rayhan 2000-2004
Professor Ismail Hegazi 2004 till now

The First PhD holders from the Faculty in Egypt:
 

Name

University

Name

University

Dr. Mohamed Samieh Nasr El-Din

(Lecturer, Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging)

Alexandria University 2014

Dr. Mohamed Sayed Mansour

(Lecturer, Department of Biomedical Equipment)

Alexandria University 2014

Dr. Mona Saad El-Din El-Neklawi (Lecturer, Department of Biomedical Equipment)

Cairo University 2015

Dr. Ahmed Moro (Lecturer, Department of Biomedical Equipment)

 

Alexandria University 2015

 
Many faculty graduates have granted the master's degree

The graduates of the faculty established the Medical Applied Science Specialists Syndicate in 2015 and was announced at a ceremony held at the University 6 October, attended by Prof. Ahmed Attia Saadah, President of the University, Dr. Ismail Hegazi and the deans of the equivalent faculties and the heads of the medical sectors in the Ministry of Health