Dr Asmerom T. Sengal graduated in medicine from Latin America School of Medicine and then I had worked for two years as general practitioner in a teaching referral hospital with 200 beds and as junior lecturer in Orotta school of Medicine and Dentistry. Then I got a scholarship in University of Gezira, Faculty of Medicine, pathology department, Wad-Medani, Sudan and completed my residency in four years. My primary concern was in gynaecological malignancy and I have the opportunity to train in gynaecologic and urogenital pathology in Erasmus Medical Centre University, Rotterdam, Netherlands. My research focus is breast and gynaecologic cancers. I have worked in molecular subtypes of breast cancer and racial disparity in breast cancer, focusing in Resource Low Countries. Recently, I moved to Queensland University of technology, Faculty of Health to work in endometrial cancer and cell signalling focusing in pathologic mechanisms of endometrial cancer and targeted therapy. My clinical focus is Gynaecologic pathology; screening and early diagnosis of breast, cervical, endometrial and ovarian cancers
Dr Asmerom T. Sengal research interests include Gynaecologic malignancies and carcinogenesis, receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) signalling, targeted therapy, immuno-oncology and immunohistochemistry biomarkers.