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Specialist Clinical Chemistry, Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Hamad Medical Corporation, PO Box 3050, Doha, Qatar

Phone: 009746781399 E-mail: drangela1@hotmail.com

Dr. Angela Godwin M.B.B.S., M.D.,F.A.G.E.

Date of Birth Sex Height Weight Family status No of dependents

5th March 1974 Female 5 3 64kgs Married Two

Summary of positions clinical and diagnoistic.

1-4-1998 to 10-9-1999 CSI Neyyoor Medical mission Hospital Neyyoor Tamil Nadu. Junior Doctor September 1999 July 2002 Kasturba Medical College Mangalore, Karnataka Post graduate cum Tutor in Biochemistry Sep 2002 April 2005 Manipal College of Medical Sciences Pokhara, Nepal Lecturer in Biochemistry May 2005 May 2007 Saudi Arabia Specialist Biochemistry Ministry of Health, Dammam Central Hospital,

June 2007 July 2007 Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar Locum, Clinical Chemistry August 2007 Till date Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar Specialist, Clinical Chemistry

Education

1992 1997
M.B.B.S

Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, Karnataka.

Sept 1999 July 2002 Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, Karnataka


M.D. in Biochemistry

Secondary schooling Qualifications obtained (last CSE/GCE, O or A Levels, with dates) Date available to start work: Period of notice required:

Name of School & Town L.M.S Higher Secondary School for Girls, NEYYOOR, KANYAKUMARI district. SOUTH INDIA. HIGHER SECONDARY COURSE CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION March 1991. Certificate of confirmation 7/6/1998 Home Church , Neyyoor NIL

3 months

PHONE: (Home)

Country Code 0091

Area Code 4652

Number 278416

PHONE: (Work)

Country Code 00974

Area Code 4393170

Number

NATIONALITY:

INDIAN

Passport No: Place of Issue: Date of Issue: Expiry Date: Professional memberships

A-8794885 BANGALORE 12-05-2000 11-05-2020 Indian Medical Council (IMC) No. 29189 Karnataka Medical Council No. 48743 dated 27-3-1998 Association of Clinical Biochemists of India (ACBI) 2411/LM/JOUR Fellow of Academy of General Education No. 9017 5 year membership in AACC. Membership number is 112786. www.aacc.org.

Interests and activities

Diagnostic Biochemistry, Research and Teaching. "Preconference workshop of GENECON 2000 on Recent trends in laboratory medicine", Medical College, Calicut-8 and Indian Institute of spices research, Kozhikode-12, India. (JANUARY 2000). "CME program on Application of molecular genetics in clinical medicine Perspectives for the next century", Medical college, Calicut-8, India. (JANUARY 2000). "CME on BLOOD BANKING", at University Medical Center held by S. K. District unit - Karnataka Chapter of Indian association of Pathologists and Microbiologists, Mangalore. (JANUARY 2000). "Preconference workshop on Hands-on training of immunodiagnostic and biosensor techniques and procedures and guidelines on Quality Control in clinical laboratories", Christian Medical College, Vellore, India.(February 2000). XXVI Annual conference of The Association of Clinical Biochemists of India Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. (FEBRUARY 2000). 9th Asian Pacific congress of clinical biochemists. New Delhi, India. (MARCH 2002). Dermatology, STD, & HIV Update programme-DERMAT 2003 by The department of Dermatology, Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal. (APRIL 2003). Workshop on teaching methodology by The department of Medical Education, Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal. (APRIL 2003). 2nd South zone CME meet in laboratory medicine VIVEKCME 2003 by Vivek institute of Laboratory Medicine, Nagerkovil, Tamil Nadu, India. (October 2003).

CMEs and conferences attended

Journal reviewer

1. Member of International Advisory board of Internet Journal of Medical Update ISSN 1694-0423 indexed/listed in The Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek EZB (Electronic Journal Library), University Library of Regensburg, Germany. In the initial two years I rotated through most clinical chemistry specialities under direct consultant supervision. During the third year I had supervisory responsibility for the medical students, nursing staff and junior doctors in addition to the laboratory duties at Senior Registrar level. As part of the training program I conducted a research study looking into the Lipid peroxidation of Fish and Fish Oils which was accepted by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) a Deemed University recognized by the Medical Council of India and the General Medical Council of the United Kingdom as a dissertation for an MD degree in Medical Biochemistry with a special interest in Lipid profiling. My position as a lecturer in Medical Biochemistry representing the

Job Description

Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal, ensured that Clinical chemistry training was promoted and maintained at high quality (post graduate medical students (MD and MSc, medical students MBBS, Medical documentation Technology, BSc Nursing, Post certificate BSc Nursing, Bachelor of Physiotherapy and SHOs). The unit was committed to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. I was responsible for the weekly postgraduate teaching program, and supervising and assessing Medical Students. I took active part in the audit of the unit. The laboratory has a throughput of around 450 samples on an average per day. The laboratory works round the clock and is networked with the central server for immediate report transfer. Most of the machines are controlled by an external computer attached to it and also runs Laboratory Information System (LIS). Currently I am working as a specialist in Clinical Chemistry at the Central Hospital at Dammam, Saudi Arabia. DUTIES OF THE POST Laboratory Clinical Liaison with clinicians, hospital staff and GPs concerning the diagnosis and management of patients. Implementing an on-going medical audit programme within the department and participating in multidisciplinary clinical audit. Day-to-day supervision of diagnostic methods and examination of specimens and authorisation and interpretation of the results obtained. Responsibility for quality assurance within the department, including taking part in all relevant national external quality assurance programmes. Responsibility for achieving and maintaining full accreditation of the laboratory. Business planning, including the assessment and introduction of new methods, and forward planning for staff and equipment requirements. Provision of an on-call service in clinical chemistry.

Teaching and Training Supervision and training of junior medical staff in clinical chemistry. Teaching medical students, post graduates and others, both locally and regionally.

Administrative Contributing to management within the trust, via the directorate structure. Acting as custodian of data under the Data Protection Act. Service and administrative duties on various committees like - Directorate of pathology (or equivalent) - Consultant medical staff committee - Regional consultant clinical chemistry committee.

Research To carry out appropriate research and analysis of laboratory data

Professional Presentations at Conferences Publications To fulfil continuing medical educational requirements.

Lipid peroxidation of fish and fish oils. At 9th Asian Pacific congress of clinical biochemists. New Delhi, India. (MARCH 2002). Godwin A, Prabhu HR. Lipid peroxidation of fish and fish oils. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2006, 21 (1) 202-204 Download here

Permanent address

No 131, (Old No 66-B), Glorious Cottage, Water Tank Road, Nagercoil 629001. Tamil Nadu. India. Phone - 0091-4652-278416 Email - drangela1@hotmail.com

Website URL Referees

http://drgodwin.www.50megs.com
Dr Vivian Dsouza MD, Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, Kasturba Medical College, Light house hill road, Mangalore 575001. Dr Narasimha Rao PhD., Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Deep Heights, Post Box 155, Pokhara, Nepal.