Part time Professor at Ottawa University at NerveCure MedArrhythmias Inc : http://nervecmed.com/ or
Level: LEVEL 01 (12 mo pts: 0 pts)
Lifetime points: 15 pts
Marc M. Rahme, MID, M.Sc., Ph.D.; Fluent in English, French and Arabic (613) 298-9553; email@example.com
Degrees and Diplomas: PhD: Doctorate in Pharmacology (1994-97; A level) Main research projects were completed in the fields of Neuro-pharmacology and Cardiovascular Pharmacology. Degree obtained from the University of Montreal (http://www.umontreal.ca/ ) with credits (‘A’ level grade) from McGill University( http://www.mcgill.ca/medicine/ ); Montreal, Quebec, Canada M.Sc.: Master in Pharmacology (1992-94; GPA: 3.4) Main research projects were achieved in the field of basic Pharmacology (effects of drugs and devices on heart arrhythmias, effects of the Autonomic Nervous system on atrial flutter and fibrillation). University of Montreal (fesp.umontreal.ca/ ), Montreal, QC, Canada. B.Sc. (MID): Diploma in Medical Health Science (1987-91; French equivalent GPA: 3.7) Equivalence to Bachelor Degree in Health Science. Faculty of Medicine, Jacques-Lisfranc, “University Jean -Monnet” (http://portail.univ-st-etienne.fr), St-Etienne, France. PCEM: Medical Student (1985-87): Courses and credits were completed for the PCEM1 at the Faculty of Medicine, “Lyon Nord”; “University Claude Bernard” (http://www.univ-lyon1.fr/ ) Lyon, France. High School Degree (1985): Lebanese Baccalaureate (Math-Elm), Apostles College (http://www.apotres.edu.lb/ ) Jounieh, Keserwan, Lebanon.
I am fully qualified to teach at the University level in English, French and in Arabic. I have earned well respected qualifications and degrees at the university level from well-known universities worldwide. I have challenged unknown research projects with patience, pertinence and motivation to accomplish and publish scientific results in the most pertinent journals (Cell, Circulation,.) in collaboration with well-known teams worldwide. Since 2007, I have been working as Professor, University of Ottawa, teaching courses such as Advanced in Biopharmaceutical, Pharmacology, Biostatistics and Nutrition
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