Prof. Inaam Masoud

    Professor Inaam is a professor of paediatric neurology – University of Khartoum (U of K), with special interest in epilepsy, developmental impairments and neurodisabilties. She has been graduated at U of K, had MD in paediatrics and child health (U of K), and Fellowship of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (FRCPCH) – UK.

    Prior to moving to Qatar, Professor Inaam is one of the pillars of paediatric neurology service in Sudan. She acts as head of paediatric neurology unit at Gafer Ibn Auf tertiary hospital for the last 13 years. She pioneered the first childhood epilepsy clinic, epilepsy transitional clinic and neurobehavioral assessment and evaluation unit in Sudan. In recognition of her commitment to the health and welfare of children, she has been awarded Wesam of Clinical Excellence from Ministry of Health- Sudan. She worked as director of Educational Development Centre for Health Professions at University of Khartoum for 4 years (2018-2021).

    Professor Inaam is an international facilitator for Paediatric Epilepsy Training Courses (PET- Courses). She is an active member of the British Paediatric Neurology Association (BPNA), International Childhood Neurology Association (ACNA) and Parkinson and Movement Disorders Association.

    Professor Inaam has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals, she has many international links for research related to genetic disorders among children with neurological disorders and she raised funds for many research projects. Professor Inaam acts as a reviewer for many journals. She had been invited to speak at many national and international conferences and academic events.

    Professor Inaam is an educator and mentor for undergraduate students at U of K for the last 20 years. She acts as academic adviser and trainers for paediatric resident at Sudan Medical Specialization Board (SMSB). She supervised many thesis in the field of paediatrics and acts as an MRCPCH and MD (Sudan) Examiner.


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