Kamal is a native of Alexandria, Egypt, where he graduated with honours from Alexandria University School of Medicine. In 2014, Kamal completed his M.Sc. in interdisciplinary neuroscience from Goethe University, Germany. He was the recipient of the ERASMUS fellowship grant to study the neurobiochemistry of purine and pyrimidine salvage pathways in traumatic brain injury using the in vitro model of rat organotypic hippocampal slice cultures and RT-qPCR, among a range of other molecular biology and fluorescent imaging techniques under the supervision of Professor Antonio Belli at the University of Birmingham. He is interested in pursuing an academic neurosurgical career where all his passions for service, adventure and exploration can be combined as an academic neurosurgeon.
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