Posted Wed, Aug, 24,2011
Tell us about where you work. What do you do there, and who do you work with?
I have worked at the Saham hospital in Oman for over 7 years. It is a multispecialty hospital (Ministry of Health) dealing in primary and secondary care with in-patient facilities.
What are your primary areas of research? What do you aim to achieve in these areas?
My primary areas of research are diaper rash: focusing on barrier creams (on-going work). Tropical diseases: primarily on Leishmania and Leprosy and hair loss: reducing hair loss and inducing hair growth.
What contributions have you made to these areas so far? What is the broader importance of your contributions?
Published papers on Leprosy, Leishmaniasis, highlighting their association with other conditions hitherto unreported.
What directions do you expect your research in these areas to take in the future?
My work is on-going and is experimental in nature.
What do you consider to be the most important recent developments in your areas of research?
Development of conditioners and cream shampoos.
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