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Curriculum Vitae

Professor M Baguneid


MD MB ChB FRCS


January 2017


Curriculum Vitae



Name Mohamed Baguneid
Nationality UK
Appointment Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Chair of Surgery, Al Ain Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE


Honorary Consultant Vascular Surgeon, University Hospital South Manchester
Honorary Professor, University of Salford

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester


Education Shrewsbury School, Shrewsbury 1985 – 1988

University of Manchester 1988 – 1993



GMC Registration 4034999

HAAD License GD 15366

Higher Qualifications MB ChB (1993)

FRCS (Ed) 1997

FRCS (Gen Surg) 2005

MD (Manchester, 2009)


BIOGRAPHY

Professor Baguneid is a consultant vascular surgeon and Chair of Surgical Institute at Al Ain Hospital, United Arab Emirates and honorary consultant vascular surgeon at University Hospital South Manchester (UHSM), UK.  He specialises in all branches of vascular surgery including management of peripheral vascular disease, carotid surgery, diabetic foot surgery and aneurysms.

  He developed his clinical leadership skills through many leadership posts since 2001. As a surgical trainee, he was the longest serving member of the executive council of the Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT). He became a consultant vascular surgeon at University Hospital South Manchester in 2006 and took the role of Academic Foundation Programme lead followed by the Royal College of Surgeons Tutor a year later. He was subsequently appointed as North West Deanery Core Surgical Education Lead during which time he modernised core surgical teaching and developed several simulation workshops. In 2009, he developed a novel Surgical Masters programme at University of Salford leading a faculty of over 20 consultant surgeons from several hospitals in the North West. He was awarded an honorary professorship at University of Salford for his educational achievements in 2009. He was appointed clinical director of vascular surgery in University Hospital South Manchester in 2009 and developed new services within the region including endovenous therapy and oncovascular surgery. In April 2012, he was appointed Deputy Medical Director of clinical strategy and developed greater insight into large-scale NHS changes.

He maintains his research interests in collaboration with University of Manchester in the field of acute and chronic wound healing. His research background is in tissue engineering having completed an MD thesis into tissue engineered vascular grafts as a research fellow in Manchester. He has active research work between UAE and Manchester in wound healing.

In January 2013, he moved to Abu Dhabi having been offered an opportunity to develop vascular services for a 2.6 million population. As chief of vascular surgery and subsequently chief of general surgery, he developed a team approach to departmental development. In July 2014, he returned to his post in University Hospital South Manchester as a vascular surgeon and has also taken a senior clinical leadership role within the region as the Medical Director of the South Sector Partnership.  This strategic role aims to improve the quality of care delivered across 4 partner hospitals (University Hospital South Manchester, Stepping Hill Hospital, East Cheshire Trust, Tameside General Hospital).

Currently he is the Chair of the Surgical Institute at Al Ain Hospital, UAE and responsible for the management and development of the surgical departments with the view to establishing a world class service in the new Al Ain hospital in 2018.

CURRENT consultant AppointmentS


Jan 2016 - Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon

Chair of Surgical Institute

Al Ain Hospital, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi Emirate, UAE

August 2009 - Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester

October 2009 - Honorary Professor, University of Salford


previous Consultant Appointment

July 2014- Jan 2016 Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon,


Clinical lead in Vascular Surgery

University Hospital South Manchester (UHSM)


July 2014 – August 2015 Medical Director of South Sector Partnership

UHSM, Stepping Hill Hospital, East Cheshire Trust, Tameside Hospital


Jan 2013 – July 2014 Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon

Chief of Vascular and General Surgery

Mafraq Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE


April 2012 – Jan 2013 Deputy Medical Director (Clinical Strategy)

University Hospital South Manchester


April 2009 – April 2012 Clinical Director of Vascular Surgery

University Hospital South Manchester



Apr 2006 – Jan 2013 Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon,


University Hospital South Manchester
PUBLICATIONS

  1. Baguneid MS, Sochart DH, Dunlop D, Kenny NW. Carpal tunnel decompression under local anaesthetic and tourniquet control. Journal Of Hand Surgery 1997;22B(3): 322-324.





  1. Welch M, Baguneid MS, McMahon RF, Dodd PDF, Fulford PE, Griffiths GD, Walker MG. Histological study of colonic ischaemia after aortic surgery. Br J Surg 1998;85:1095-1098




  1. Baguneid MS, Dodd PDF, Fulford PE, Hadjilucas Y, Bukhari M, Griffiths GD, Chalmers N, Walker MG. Management of acute nontraumatic upper limb ischemia. Angiology 1999;50:715-720.




  1. Baguneid MS, Fulford PE, Walker MG. Cardiovascular surgery in the elderly. J R Coll Surg Edinb 1999;44:216-221.




  1. Baguneid MS, Walker MG. Biomaterials Challenge: Monitoring Endoleaks- a dilemma of endoluminal abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. Action for Biomaterials. 2000;4:10.




  1. Baguneid MS, Walker MG. Pursuit of a tissue-engineered small diameter vascular graft. (ASIT Yearbook 2001: 53-57)




  1. Baguneid MS, Welch M, Bukhari M, Fulford PE, Howe M, Bigley G, Eddleston J, McMahon RFT, Walker MG. A randomized study to evaluate the effect of a perioperative infusion of dopexamine on colonic mucosal ischaemia after aortic surgery. J Vasc Surg 2001; 33: 758-63



  1. Baguneid MS, Goldner S, Fulford PE, Hamilton G, Walker MG, Seifalian A. A comparison of para-anastomotic compliance profiles after vascular anastomosis: Nonpenetrating clips versus standard sutures. J Vasc Surg 2001; 33: 812-20





  1. Fulford PE, Baguneid MS, R Ibrahim, Schady W, Walker MG. Outcome of trans-axillary rib resection for thoracic outlet syndrome – a 10 year experience. J Cardiovasc Surgery 2001; 9:620-624




  1. Karkos CD, Thomson GJ, Hughes R, Joshi M, Baguneid MS, Hill JC et al. Prediction of cardiac risk prior to elective abdominal aortic surgery: role of multiple gated acquisition scan. World J.Surg. 2003;27:1085-92.




  1. Karkos CD, Wood A, Bruce IA, Karkos PD, Baguneid MS, Lambert ME. Erectile dysfunction after open versus angioplasty aortoiliac procedures: a questionnaire survey. Vasc.Endovascular.Surg. 2004;38:157-65




  1. Karkos CD, Baguneid MS, Triposkiadis F, Athanasiou E, Spirou P. Routine measurement of radioisotope left ventricular ejection fraction prior to vascular surgery: is it worthwhile? Eur.J.Vasc.Endovasc.Surg. 2004;27:227-38



  1. Baguneid M, Murray D, Salacinski HJ, Fuller B, Hamilton G, Walker M, Seifalian A. Shear-stress preconditioning and tissue-engineering-based paradigms for generating arterial substitutes. Biotechnol.Appl.Biochem. 2004;39:151-7.





  1. Murray D, Ghosh J, Khwaja N, Murphy M, Baguneid M, Walker MG. Staged open and endovascular repair of thoracoabdominal aneurysms using the common carotid artery. Ann Vasc Surg. 2005;19(1):103-7




  1. Sheen A, Baguneid MS, Ellenbogen S, Walker MG, Siriwardena AK. Sequential endovascular repair and pancreaticoduodenectomy for abdominal aortic aneurysm co-presenting with peri-ampullary cancer. Ann Vasc Surg. 2006;20(1):114-6




  1. Ghosh J, Baguneid M, Khawaja N, Murphy M, Turner N, Halka A, Ferguson M, Kielty C, Walker MG. Reduction of myointimal hyperplasia after arterial anastomosis by local injection of transforming growth factor ß3. J Vasc Surg 2006;43:142-9




  1. Baguneid MS, Seifalian AM, Salacinski H, Murray D, Hamilton G, Walker MG. Tissue-engineering of blood vessels. Brit J Surg 2006;93(3):282-90




  1. Murray D, Ghosh J, Khwaja N, Murphy M, Baguneid M, Walker MG. Access for Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Endovasc Ther 2006;13:754–761




  1. Li C, Mollahan P, Baguneid MS, McMahon RF, Kumar P, Walker MG, Freemont AJ, Kumar S. A comparative study of neovascularisation in atherosclerotic plaques using CD31, CD105 and TGF beta 1. Pathobiology. 2006;73(4):192-7


  1. Ghosh J, Baguneid MS. Regarding "Outcome of Endovenous Laser Therapy for Saphenous Reflux and Varicose Veins: Medium-Term Results Assessed by Ultrasound Surveillance". Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2009; 39(4): 499





  1. Ghosh J, Ashleigh R, Baguneid M. Use of an extracorporeal femoral-carotid shunt in the management of complex supra-aortic disease. Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 2009;38(6):755-7




  1. Ghosh J, Kordowicz A, Kadir, I, Baguneid M. A single centre experience of simultaneous open abdominal aortic aneurysm and cardiac surgery. Intteract Cardiovasc Thorac Surg. 2010;10(1):63-6




  1. Kordowicz A, Ghosh J, Baguneid M. Abdominal aortic aneurysms in triplets. Vasc Endovascular Surg 2010;44(3):232-3.


  1. Thomas AN, Riazanskaia S, Cheung W, Xu Y, Goodacre R, Thomas CL, et al. Novel noninvasive identification of biomarkers by analytical profiling of chronic wounds using volatile organic compounds. Wound Repair Regen 2010;18(4):391-400




  1. Foster J, Ghosh J, Baguneid M. In patients with ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm does endovascular repair improve 30-day mortality? Interact Cardiovasc Thorac Surg 2010;10(4):611-9.





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