Asst. Prof. Amr Shoukri
ESSB Board Member
Assistant Professor of Pulmonary Medicine, Ain Shams University,
Dr. Shoukri was educated in Jesuites Frensh school before attending Ain Shams School of Medicine, Cairo Egypt, where he was graduated in 2001.
After completing his internship and subspeciality training in pulmonary and critical care medicine (2003-2006), he pursued additional training in France, he started at the famous Pulmonary and Critical Care Department at Pitié Salpêtrière hospital in Paris (2006-2008), where he received his degree in specialization in Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine.
He also worked in Department of Thoracic Oncology, Pleural Diseases and Interventional Pulmonology at Hôpital Nord in Marseille (2010-2012), where he got his expertise in the field of medical thoracoscopy and pleural diseases working with Professor Philippe Astoul, and he finished his Diploma in Medical Oncology, focusing on Thoracic oncology field. He also participated in a research fellowship program in Pitié Salpêtrière hospital in Paris (2014-2015).
While in Egypt, Dr. Shoukri pursued an academic career at the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, where he holds the position of Assistant Professor of Pulmonary Medicine since 2017. He also served as director of the Pulmonary Intensive Care Unit at Ain Shams University Specialized Hospital (2012-2014).
He is a member of numerous regional and international organizations, including the European Respiratory Society (ERS), Société de Pneumologie de langue Francaise (SPLF), World association for Bronchology, and board member at the Egyptian Scientific Society of
Dr. Shoukri regularly attends international medical conferences, and fluently speaks English, French, and Arabic. He also participated in organizing several continuous medical education programs for chest physicians in Egypt, and several national and international postgraduate
courses and hands-on training workshops, especially in the field ofpleural diseases, medical thoracoscopy, and non invasive ventilation.