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Mr. Aref Al-Ahmadi

TitleCDC-FETP Supervisor
InstitutionCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta
DepartmentYemen Field Epidemiology Training Program (YFETP)
AddressAtlanta
United States
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    CURRICULUM VITAE
    - PERSONAL DATA:
    • LAST NAME: (AL-AHMADI)
    • First Name: AREF Middle Name / Other Names: SAIF SALEM
    • Aden, Yemen
    • Telephone Mobile: 00967711336075
    0096176861127
    • Email: dr.arefahmady@yahoo.com

    - EDUCATION:
    • Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Aden, Yemen, 08/1992 to 08/1998
    • Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) Doctor from FETP-Yemen in 2013-2015
    • MPH Candidate from the American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon will be graduated in 2017-2018
    - HONORS AND AWARDS:
    • A certificate for achieving the seventh position among my batch in faculty of Medicine, 1998
    • I have ranked one out of 12 Doctors in the Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) in Yemen.
    • I have ranked among the top 2% of the FETP officers in the EMRO region.
    - RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
    • Writing research proposal on prevalence of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency in Tehama, Yemen (accepted and funded by the WHO-TDR-SGS for 2014).
    - TEACHING EXPERIENCES:
    • Trains the surveillance officers and EPI supervisors of the Ministry of Health in many governorates.
    - PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:
    • Oral presentation on descriptive surveillance data analysis, eye camps, Yemen, 2009-2013
    • Oral presentation on evaluation of integrated malaria surveillance system, Yemen, 2014 in the TEPHNET global conference.
    • Oral presentation on dengue fever outbreak at an army camp in Alhodeidah, Yemen, 2014 in the TEPHNET global conference.
    • The findings generate from the research on prevalence of G6PD will be published on WHO open-access web site, the EMPHNET network and other journals.
    - SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT WRITING:
    • A descriptive surveillance data analysis of eye camps, Yemen, 2009-2013(accepted & presented).
    • Evaluation of integrated malaria surveillance system, Yemen, 2014 (accepted and presented in TEPHNET conference).
    • Dengue fever outbreak at an army camp in Alhodeidah, Yemen, 2014 (accepted and presented in TEPHNET conference).
    - PROFESIONAL AFFLIATIONS:
    • Member of Field Epidemiology Training Program in Yemen since Juanury,2013
    • Member of the Rapid Response Team EMPHNET since June 2014

    - PROFEIONAL EXPERIENCES:
    CDC-FETP Supervisor, Sana'a-Yemen, 01/2013-2015 worked in:
    • Performing a descriptive surveillance data analysis of the national blindness program
    • Analysis of mobile eye camp data, Socotra-Yemen, 2014
    • Performing a descriptive surveillance data analysis of the national oncology program.
    • Conducting outbreak investigations of dengue fever in Alhodeidah, 2014
    • Conducting outbreak investigation of Tania Capitis in Abyan, 2014.
    • As a team leader conducting dengue fever outbreak in Alhodeidah, Yemen, 2015.
    • Evaluation of integrated malaria surveillance system, Yemen, 2014
    • Evaluation of the school health program in Sana'a city-Yemen, 2014
    • Supervise several vaccination campaigns for Polio and Measles in many governorates.
    • Supervise the Global School Health Survey (GSHS), in Sana'a, Yemen, 2014.
    Medical Doctor in Surveillance Department, Abyan-MoH, Yemen, 02/2011-07/2013 worked in:
    • Performing data collection, management, analysis and reporting.
    • Performing surveillance report
    • Responding to emerging infectious diseases.
    Medical Doctor, Medicines sans Frontiers (MSF-France), Aden-Yemen, 09/2011-06/2012 worked in:
    • Analysis surveillance data of communicable diseases during the complex emergency crises, Yemen
    • Conducting exploratory assessment of the health facilities and hospitals in Aden ,Abyan, Yemen
    • Responding to epidemics when needed.
    • Communication with the local authorities and other NGOS & INGOS
    Medical Doctor, Alrazi General Governmental Hospital, Abyan-Yemen, 09/1999-02/2011 worked in:
    • Emergency department from 09/1999 to 12/1999
    • Internal Medicine department from 2000 to 2011.

    - TRAINING AND PROFESIONAL DEVELOPMENT: I Attended the following training courses:
    • Responding to epidemics, MSFF-epicenter, Paris, France, 03/12/2012-03/16/2012
    • Basic epidemiology-training course for six weeks in Yemen June 2013
    • Epi-Info 7.4.1. training workshop for three weeks in Yemen, April, 2014
    • Rapid Response Team, EMPHNET, Amman, Jordan, 06/21/2014-06/26/2014.
    • Outbreak investigation in emerging diseases, CDC-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 20-26/09/2014
    • Online training on Ebola virus disease (prevention) in Addis Ababa 22.09.2014.
    • WHO Ebola Virus Disease rapid assessment workshop in Sana'a 18-20/11/ 2014.
    • Advance epidemiology-training course for four weeks in Yemen on February 2015.
    • SPSS training workshop for one week in Yemen, April, 2015
    • Protocol writing workshop for one week in Yemen, April, 2015
    • Electronic Disease Early Warning System (eDEWS) training workshop in Yemen October 28, 2014.
    - SKILLS:
    • Languages and Fluency Level: Good in English and Arabic
    • STATA, SPSS and Epi-Info
    • Good Communication Skills
    • Computer Microsoft, excel, power point, internet…etc.