Doctor of Integrative, Humanitarian and Natural Medicine
- Member of Parliament for Safety and Peace
(a global legislative body that governs all parliaments)
- An Integral Member of the Board of Orthomolecular and Integrative Medicine
- Affiliated Member of the World Organization of Natural Medicine (WONM)-University of Humanitarian Medicine Federation
- As well as privileged and honoured as an Integral Member of the Board of Alliance Professional of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists
- Certification in Medical Microdermabrasion and Skin Rejuvenation Treatments
- Member of The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 3912), for instructors at Dalhousie, Mount Saint Vincent & Saint Mary’s Universities
- Member of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate and Council, Society of Medical Parasitology, Society of Egyptian Parasitologists United, Teaching and Examining Medical Board for under- and graduate students and Medical Quality Assurance Unit’s Team
Dr. Ramadan has more than 25 years of medical, research and educational experience.
She had her medical graduation, her master degree in medical microbiology and immunology, her doctorate degree in medical parasitology and then worked as a professor in Egypt, educating under- and graduate students and leading several medical research projects and theses.
Dr. Ramadan had part of her PhD. thesis done in the United States Naval Medical Research Unit 3 (NAMRU3) and worked as a guest investigator at the Microbiology Institute in Hanover Medical University, Germany, “Institut für Mikrobiologie Medizinische Hochschule Hannover”.
She also worked as biology instructor at Mount Saint Vincent University, genetics instructor at Saint Mary’s University and biology and science teacher at King’s View Academy in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Being an integrative, humanitarian and natural medicine doctor was brought from Dr. Ramadan's beliefs in traditional Egyptian medicine. She was inspired by the drawings of herbal remedies and pictographs of special natural techniques applied on patients, as illustrated on the walls of old Egyptian tombs. That is why herbal medicine seemed to promise her more attention and a broader approach. She had several postdoctoral research studies on the effects of eastern herbs on the treatment of different parasitic infections and is still exploring the magnificent effects of herbs on treating and preventing diseases (started in 2006, the last published in 2011 and more under press).
She has been very active in promoting awareness about the benefits of natural and humanitarian medicine through education and mentorship about the body’s great healing capabilities, and providing service to underserved people in local and international communities with limited technological, financial and human resources.
She works on an integrative partnership relationship with her patients seeking to incorporate treatment options from conventional and alternative approaches, while taking into account not only physical symptoms, but also psychological, social and spiritual aspects of health and illness.
Dr. Ramadan believes in the connection between the brain and the immune system, emotions and disease: the sophisticated biology.
She says, “When the human body is given the right nourishment, proper exercise and rest, it has an enormous capability of revitalizing and healing itself.”
She is continuously attending medical conferences and symposiums for her ongoing education and as part of her great interest in educating her community on health. She also conducts campaigns about the natural power of healing in managing and preventing all disorders.
She loves listening to music, the piano and playing tennis.
Dr. Ramadan is always willing to answer all your inquiries and get your feedback in the clinic or at: email@example.com