Assistant professor

Dr. Mohammad Jamali

Dr. Mohammad Jamali, MS,PhD,CSci,FIBMS
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Liwa College, Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Otaiba Street (Al Najda Street previously), Al Danah, Baniyas Tower B, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Professional Summary

Dr. Mohammad Jamali, MS,PhD,CSci,FIBMS

Dr. Jamali has been serving for the past decade as an educator, building upon a career that spans over 25 years. While being recognized as a Senior Clinical Scientist and Hospital and Healthcare Administrator, it is his commitment to education that shines as a prominent achievement.

With a profound grasp of fields such as Pathology, Laboratory Medicine, and Hospital and Healthcare Management, Dr. Jamali’s influence as an educator has been truly transformative. In his capacity as deputy head and program leader of healthcare and medical sciences departments, he has adeptly managed hospital operations, guided personnel, and championed the delivery of high-quality education to the students.

This multifaceted expertise uniquely equips Dr. Jamali to bridge the gap between scientific advancements and their practical applications within the healthcare domain. His contributions as an educator complement his prowess in Clinical Science and Hospital and Healthcare Administration, positioning him as an invaluable force for both educational progress and the effective management of healthcare systems.

Short Bio

Dr. Jamali serves as an academician and accomplished clinical scientist. His journey has been marked by a consistent drive for excellence and a remarkable track record in the industry. With a rich and diverse background, he has made significant contributions to both academia and clinical practice.

Dr. Jamali’s experience includes active involvement in renowned state-of-the-art clinical laboratories across the globe. In these dynamic settings, his role demanded not only a profound understanding of advanced investigative techniques but also exceptional clinical liaison skills. His responsibilities extended to upholding rigorous laboratory quality standards, underscoring his commitment to precision and reliability.

Over the last decade, Dr. Jamali passionately imparts his knowledge and expertise to nurture emerging talents within the field. Beyond his mentoring efforts, Dr. Jamali’s academic prowess is evident through his authorship of numerous impactful articles in peer-reviewed journals and several authoritative books. His academic journey culminated in the remarkable achievement of three doctoral degrees, holding expertise in Medicinal Chemistry Biochemistry and Hospital Management. These doctorates stand as a testament to his unwavering dedication to scholarship and intellectual growth.

Dr. Jamali’s professional standing is emblematic of his commitment to staying at the forefront of his domain. His recognition as a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science, UK, and a Chartered Scientist in the Science Council of the UK solidifies his position as a leader in his field. This Chartered Scientist designation serves as a hallmark of excellence, underlining his remarkable professionalism and scientific acumen. Notably, his influence extends beyond personal accomplishments, as he actively mentors allied health professionals, guiding them toward unparalleled professional competence in practical settings.
Internationally, Dr. Jamali’s influence is palpable as a distinguished member of the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), holding the esteemed role of an International Clinical Scientist. His impact reaches even further as a valued board member within the ASCP’s Regional International Charter Commission, contributing to the advancement of the field on a broader scale.

Throughout his journey, Dr. Jamali’s orientation towards tangible outcomes is evident. His steadfast dedication to fostering organic growth within the organizations he serves continues to yield positive results. This exceptional journey, marked by a commitment to excellence, scholarly achievement, and mentoring, continues to inspire and shape the landscape of both academia and clinical science.

Core Qualifications

  • Team leading and committee management.
  • Annual programs evaluations and reports.
  • Curriculum design and management.
  • Training needs analysis, training design and development and training delivery.
  • Students’ project and research competitions Supervision.


  • Doctor of Philosophy: Hospital Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy: Medicinal Chemistry
  • Doctor of Philosophy : Biochemistry
  • Master of Philosophy : Biochemistry
  • Master of Science in Criminology and Forensic Science
  • Master’s in Business Administration: Hospital Management
  • Master’s in Public Health
  • Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences (FIBMS) – Institute of Biomedical Sciences, London, UK
  • Chartered Scientist (CSci) – Science Council, London, UK
  • International Clinical Scientist- American Society for Clinical Pathology.
  • Member of The Indian Science Congress Association, Government of India


  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Anurag Rawat, Ratnesh Kumar, Sujith Kumar Palleti New Insights into the Prosthetic Valve for Cardiovascular Treatment: Challenges and future trends- Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results Volume 14 Regular Issue 02 2023: pg. 2696-2708
  • Arvind Jain; Reena Sharma; Mohammad Chand Jamali Lean and Six Sigma in Healthcare: Examining the Impact of Patient Safety and Quality of Care Vol 18 No. 01 2023 ISSN 1553 9211 Pg 2680 2695
  • Preeti Chandola; Jaya Dwivedi; Mohammad Chand Jamali Non-linear Optical activity and Biological Evaluation of Organic Compounds by Experimental and Theorical Techniques Eur. Chem. Bull. 2023, 12(Special Issue 4), 19608–19619
  • Sumit Kumar ,Gayatri Vaidya; Dr Anurag Rawat; Mohammad Chand Jamali , Genetic analysis for prediction of Cancer: A comprehensive study; European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260 Volume 10, Issue 01, 2023 pg. 2696-2708
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Dr Anurag Rawat, Sujith Kumar Palleti (SK Palleti), Tanushree Bose Das; Type 2 myocardial infarction: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis Aspect; European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260 Volume 10, Issue 01, 2023 pg. 3400- 3413
  • Gayatri Vaidya; Mohammad Chand Jamali ; Snehlata Katheria; and Juan Carlos Cotrina-Aliaga: Decryption of DNA and Its Role in Treating Genetic Disorder at Early Stage: Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International 34(26B): 59-69, 2022; Article no.JPRI.81091 ISSN: 2456-9119 NLM ID: 101631759
  • Manju Shree Raman; Vijayalakshmi N.S; Shagun Sood; Mohammad Chand Jamali ; Mohammed Abu Shohada; Integrating the Principles of Strategic Human Capital and Strategic Human Resource Management to Improve Organizational Performance. Manager - The British Journal of Administrative Management ISSN - 1746 1278 Volume 58 Special Issue 01 April 2022 Pg 182-197
  • Femmy Effendy; Byju John; Mohammad Chand Jamali The role of accountability in business organizations International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Reviews ISSN:2945-3135 Vol. 1, No. 02, 2022
  • Shameen Sucurine Monteiro; Sonia Singh; Sumit Kumar; Chanchal Sachdeva Suri; Mohammad Chand Jamali : Influence of leadership Motivation and Encouragement on Team performance and organizational Growth; Manager - The British Journal of Administrative Management ISSN - 1746 1278 Volume 58 Issue 154 Sep 2022 Pg 110-120
  • Ulfah Fajarini; Ramkishan Manjre; Surya Prakasa Rao Gedela; Mohammad Salameh Almahirah; Mohammad Chand Jamali ; Impact of global health crises on economic growth and development; Empirical Economics Letters, 20 (Special Issue 2) (October 2021) ISSN 1681 8997 Pg 163-172
  • M.K. Multani Pasha; Mohammad Chand Jamali A study on Cardiovascular effect of Dipeptyl peptidase -4 inhibitors Teikyo Medical Journal Vol 18 (16) 2021 ISSN 03875547 Pg 3892 3903
  • Salman Hussain, Mohammad Chand Jamali , Anwar Habib, Md Sarfaraj Hussain, Mohd Akhtar, Abul Kalam Najmi : Diabetic kidney disease: An overview of prevalence, risk factors, and biomarkers, Science Direct, Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health: June 11, 2020 Vol 9 Pg. 2-6 January 2021 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cegh.2020.05.016 Scopus indexed
  • Salman Hussain; Mohd Shahnawaz Khan; Mohammad Chand Jamali ; Nasir Siddiqui; Gaurav Gupta; Md Sarfaraj Hussain; Fohad Mabood Husain- Impact of Bariatric Surgery in Reducing Macrovascular Complications in Severely Obese T2DM Patients. Obesity Surgery. 2021 Jan 07; 31:1929-1936. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11695-020-05155-2
  • Arvind Jain; Reena Sharma; Mohammad Chand Jamali Combination and Research Perspective of Lean and Six Sigma in Healthcare Management- A review International Journal of Management (IJM) Volume 11, Issue 12, December 2020, pp. 4797-4807, Article ID: IJM_11_12_471 Pg 4797-4807 https://10.17605/OSF.IO/B8TMA
  • Main Naser Alolayyan, Mohammad Chand Jamali , Exploring Creative Linkages of Healthcare Industry and Academia; International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research- International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, pp: 6399-6406 ISSN 2277-8616 Scopus indexed.
  • Salman Hussain; Harveen Baxi; Mohammad Chand Jamali ; Nazima Nisar; Md Sarfaraj Hussain; Burden of diabetes mellitus and its impact on COVID-19 patients: A meta-analysis of real-world evidence Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews 2019; 14 (6):1595-1602 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsx.2020.08.014
  • Salman Hussain, Amrish Singh, Saima Zameer, Mohammad Chand Jamali : No association between proton pump inhibitors use and risk of dementia: Evidence from a meta‐analysis Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology https://doi.org/10.1111/jgh.14789 23..7 2019 Scopus indexed Q1
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali The effect of Vitamin D supplementation on women during pregnancy - Drug Invention Today | Vol 11 • Issue 8 • 2019 Scopus indexed QIII
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali : Presumed effects of Vitamin D during pregnancy on maternal and child outcomes. Drug Invention Today | Vol 12 • Issue 2 • 2019 Scopus indexed QIII
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Impact of continuous Quality Improvement on Healthcare System J Bio. Innov 7(2), pp 176-184, 2018 227-8330
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , An Analysis on Transforming Developments in Electronic Hospital Management & Hospital Information Systems. J Clin Trials Pat : 2573-3834: 2017;1(1) 3 doi: 10.13188/2573-3834.1000005
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali ,:A Comparative Analysis upon Mobile Healthcare System and Services: A Case Study of Rural India J Emerg Med Critical Care: 2469-4045: 3(1): 4 (2017) doi: 10.13188/2469-4045.1000009
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Systems: An Analysis on Burden of Diseases. J Clin Trials Pat 2017;2(1) 4 doi: 10.13188/2573-3834.1000008
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali Antimicrobial Activity of Coriandrum Sativum L. J. Bio. Innov 5(6), pp: 973-978, 2016|ISSN 2277-8330 (Electronic)
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali Antimicrobial Activity of Phyllanthus Emblica J. Bio.Innov 5(6), pp: 979-984, 2016|ISSN 2277-8330 (Electronic)
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , K.B. Sharma: To evaluate the independent effect of Abdominal Obesity versus Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes on the risk of cardiovascular disease.2013, 0120(VIRJST): 2277-999X
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , K.B. Sharma: To study the comparative concept of Obesity, Inflammation, and Insulin Resistance. 2013, 0121(VIRJST): 2277-999X
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , K.B.Sharma: To study the Measures of General and Abdominal Obesity of Arterial Stiffness in Female Morbidly Obese Patients. 2013, 0122(VIRJST): 2277-999X
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , K.B. Sharma: Cardiovascular Disease Associated with Childhood Obesity-the Importance of Prevention of Childhood Obesity as a Priority over Management of Obesity in Children and Adolescents. 2013, 0123(VIRJST): 2277-999X
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , K.B. Sharma: Obesity and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Metabolic Syndrome. 2013, 0124(VIRJST): 2277-999X
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Mukta Sharma: Anti-diabetic and Antioxidant Activities of Cinnamomum Tamala Leaf Extracts in STZ-Treated Diabetic Rats - Vinayaka International Journal of Science and Technology. 2012, 004 (VIRJST): 2277-999X.
  • Mohammad Chand Jamali , Mukta Sharma: Possible Mechanism of Murraya Koenigii and Cinnamomum Tamala with reference to Antioxidants Activity. 2012, 003(VIRJST): 2277-999X.

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