Dalia Magdi Abdel Azim, MD, PhD

Education & Training:
2017-2018 Molecular Genetics Pathology Fellowship, Department of Pathology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE
2009 PhD: Department of Cancer studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, Leicester,UK
2004 Graduate student, interdisciplinary program at Medical College of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI
2001       MSc of Clinical Pathology:
1998    DIS (Diplôme Interuniversitaire de Spécialisation) test in French,
1997 MD (M.B.B.Ch.) in Medicine and Surgery, Mansoura Faculty of Medicine, Egypt: Feb.  Excellent with first class honorary degree., Mansoura, Egypt


2007 Best post graduate poster award, postgraduate festival, Leicester
2001 Master degree with distinction in Clinical Pathology
1997 Top scoring medical student in Obstetrics /Gynecology, Pediatrics
             and Internal Medicine
1997 Ranked “First” in core clinical science branches
1993 Ranked “Third” in core clinical science branches
1993 Prize of Distinction in Pathology

Hasaneen N, A Fathy, Fouad AA and Abdel Azim DM: QuantiFERON-TB Gold for detection of latent and active tuberculosis infection in immunocompromised versus immune- competent patients. The Egyptian Journal of chest disease and Tuberculosis, 2010 April; 59(2): 167-181

Genetic variation in Selenoprotein S influences inflammatory response: Joanne E Curran, Jeremy B M Jowett, Kate S Elliott, Yuan Gao, Kristi Gluschenko, Jianmin Wang, Dalia M Abel Azim, Guowen Cai, Michael C Mahaney1, Anthony G Comuzzie1, Thomas D Dyer, Ken R Walder, Paul Zimmet2, 3, Jean W MacCluer1, Greg R Collier3, 4, Ahmed H Kissebah5, 6& John Blangero. Nat Genet. 2005   Nov;37(11):1234-41

Evaluation of FISH technique in Prenatal Diagnosis of Genetic Disorders.  Dalia M Abdel Azim, Ezz eldin Osman and M Awad. Mansoura Medical Journal. 2001 Apr; 30(2): 101-103