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Seminar on Endocrinology at Fatima Jinnah Medical UniversitySEXI News

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Seminar on Endocrinology was organized by Department of Medicine, Fatima Jinnah Medical University, Lahore.

Endocrinologist consultant prof. Shalet from UK and Senior Consultant Endocrinologist Dr. Asad Rahim graced the occasion as Chief Guests.

Prof. Shalett is Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist at The Christie Hospital, Manchester and Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology at the University of Manchester. His main research interests are pituitary disorders, especially growth hormone secretion abnormalities.

Dr. Asad Rahim, holds a BA from the University of Leeds and a PhD from the University of Manchester. He is a senior consultant endocrinologist at University Hospitals Birmingham.

He is currently leading endocrinology. His main research interests are pituitary, adrenal and metabolic bone disorders.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University VC Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal, along with the professors of the University, warmly welcomed the distinguished guests.

Pro-rector prof. Shamsa Humayun, registrar prof. Muhammad Nadeem, Dean Prof. Muniza Kajjum, prof. Munazza Iqbal, director of the quality improvement cell, prof. Bilkuis Shabbir, prof. Muhammad Naeem Afzal, prof. Bilkees Akhtar, prof. Khadija Irfan, Dr. Bilal Azim Butt, faculty members and a large number of students. Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal thanked the visiting dignitaries.

He shared his achievements at the university with the participants, saying that Fatima Jinnah Medical University is one of the few institutions that approves other programs called Endocrinology and Rheumatology Programs.

He said that a rotation program abroad for postgraduates has also been launched. He expressed his gratitude to Prof. Bilkuis Shabbir, prof. Muhammad Naeem Afzal and Dr. Bilal Azeem Butt.

Dr. Asad Rahim gave a detailed briefing on primary hyperparathyroidism and vitamin D deficiency and its dangers. He added that vitamin D deficiency is more common in women.

Prof. Shalit gave a detailed briefing on growth hormone deficiency in adults.

Medals and diplomas were awarded to students who won the poster competition organized by the director of the ORIC department, Dr. Azra Mehmood. Tehniyat Iqbal from Final Year MBBS won the first position, followed by Umira Ahmed and Arij Fatima from Final Year MBBS.