Abubakar Imran

Mr. Abubakar joined FMH College of Medicine and Dentistry in 2007 where he was among the pioneer members of the institute who established Department of Allied Health Sciences.

He had been involved in teaching and training of Medical laboratory Technologists at various National and International Forums. He had been a part of the team who drafted the Training Curriculum for Blood Transfusion Services to GIZ Health Sector Support Program for Safe Blood Transfusion (SBT) Project. It was a project assisted by the German Government via the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Gmbh in Cooperation with Ministry of Health, Government of Pakistan.

He is an active member of National Technology Council under Higher Education Commission Pakistan for the evaluation of Institutions providing education in Allied Health Sciences across the country.

He is an eminent educationist providing curricular and technical advices in his field at both Public and Private sector education, a veteran Medical Technologist having vast experience of delivering clinical services to the patients and community in various renowned Hospitals and Clinical Labs in the town and an active researcher who not only carrying out personal and group researches in the institute but supervising many students in their researches, presentations and publications.

Qualification

2014 – M. Phil (Forensic Sciences) from University of Veternary and Animal Sciences, Lahore

2012 – B. S. (Hons) Medical Lab Technology – Condensed Course from University of Health Sciences, Lahore

2002 – B. Sc. Medical Lab Technology from University of The Punjab, Lahore

  1. Screening Mammography for Breast Cancer in Women Using Bi-RADS Scores. Iranian Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2011; 1:20-25
  2. Drinking Water; Bacteriological Quality at Source and its Distributing Supply Lines in Lahore. Professional Medical Journal 2016; 23(3):339-342. DOI: 10.17957/TPMJ/16.2994
  3. The Fitting of Sarima Model on Peads Patients Coming at Outpatients Medical Laboratory (OPML), Mayo Hospital, Lahore. Journal University Medical & Dental College 2016; 7(1): 12-18.
  1. The Effect of Nigella sativa Lin. Black Seeds / Kalonji (Family Ranunculaceae) on Hyperglycemia, Dislipidemia and Serum Uric Acid in Human Diabetics. Journal of Biotechnology Research 2016; 2(7): 55-58