After obtaining his medical degree from Cairo University in 1999, Dr. Mohammed ElSheemy earned a Master of Science then Doctor of Medicine in Urology in 2008. He is currently an Associate Professor of Urology at Cairo University, Egypt. He is a member of the pediatric renal transplantation team that started this program in 2010 in the Aboul-Riche Children hospital, Cairo University.
Based on Dr. ElSheemy research, a surgeon tailored ordinary polypropylene mesh was inserted as a mid-urethral tape for treatment of SUI using his own-designed (with his team) helical passers with marked decrease in the cost of treatment. His research includes also endourology, urolithisis, SWL, pediatric urology, pediatric renal transplantation, female urology and pelvic floor dysfunctions and urodynamics. An important part of his research was on calcular anuria in children and infants which resulted for the 1st time in a protocol for management depending on severity of obstruction, size and site of stones, and renal functions.
He has published several scientific papers and book chapters and serve as an editor or international reviewer in several scientific journals. These research activities was supported by several courses in scientific writing and advanced statistical analysis.
He was selected as one of the top 10% of reviewers in the field of medicine for 2016 in the peer review week (2016) through (Sentinels of Science awards) that is provided by (Publon) which is an international web site concerned with peer review activities (with its verification) for international scientific journals.
Dr. ElSheemy is a member of several societies in Urology including European Association of Urology (EAU) and European Society for Pediatric Urology (ESPU). He has served as Assistant-Secretary of Peditric Urology Section of Egyptian Urological Association (EUA).
In addition to research activities, he has a long experience in undergraduate and resident training and teaching.
Pediatric Urology; Endourology; Urolithisis; SWL; Pediatric renal transplantation; Female urology and pelvic floor dysfunctions; Urodynamics.