University of Dundee - School of Medicine
Molecular & Clinical Medicine
Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, Mailbox 1
Dundee DD1 9SY
+(44) 01382 383657
Manal obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Tripoli, Libya, before working as a physician in oncology at the Medical Centre in Sabrata, Libya. Manal was then awarded a scholarship from Libya to further her education in the UK. Since arriving in the UK, Manal has been awarded a Master’s degree in Human Anatomy from the University of Dundee and is now studying for a PhD under the supervision of Prof J. Graeme Houston. Her research focuses on stroke patients who received thrombolysis therapy on admission to Ninewells Hospital.
Manal’s research focuses on stroke patients who received thrombolysis therapy on admission to Ninewells hospital, and investigates factors that affect patient outcome, including the ischemic changes found on early CT scans in relation to treatment and outcome of the patients. Manal’s studies focus on trying to identify the group of patients that will benefit from thrombolytic therapy and identify the patients with potentially salvageable brain ”PNEUMBRA “ using simple available and non-expensive methods .
· Clinical (NIHSS) imaging (ASPECT) Mismatch in acute ischemic stroke patients (talk & poster), 24/25-November -2016.SHARP, Crieff Hydro.
· Can the extent of the ischemic stroke penumbra be predicted by NIHSS and ASPECT scores? Abstract accepted 12-14 June 2017. UKRC, Manchester.
· Can the extent of the ischemic stroke penumbra be predicted by NIHSS and ASPECT scores? Abstract accepted 24–26 May 2017 in Berlin, Germany.