Dr Mohamed Bin Abdullah Bin Mohamed Al Lamki, received his undergraduate degree from Ein Shams University, Cairo,Egypt.He completed higher school education from King Williams College in the Isle of Man ( United Kingdom.) He joined Ministry of health and work his way to his current position, Having completed PostGraduation in Glasgow, Scotland , as the first Omani Endocrinologist. Pioneered the clinical Exams in Oman ,initially as MRCP and later on PaCEs.(Professional Assessment for Clinical Examination ).
Dr Al Lamki is a Fellow of the Royal College UK, President of AACE-Gulf chapter and in addition to heading the Medical Endometabolic unit at the Royal Hospital , he is also the head of the Subspecialties . He has been instrumental in conceiving and commissioning the first purpose built center for Diabetes and Endocrinology in Oman( National Diabetes and Endocrine Center). Member of the Gulf Group for the Study of Diabetes(GGSD), with affiliation and collaboration with EASD ( European Association for the study of Diabetes)activities. He has a number of publications In peer journals , and is one of the main editorial members for Sultan Qaboos Medical Journal .
1- Senior Consultant Endocrinologist:Royal Hospital, Oman.( MBchB , Msc Endocrinology, FRCP(UK)) 2- Head of Medical EndoMetabolic section ,Department of Medicine Royal Hospital. 3- Head of Subspecialties ,Department of Medicine , Royal Hospital. 4- Examiner for PACES Royal College UK 5- President of AACE Gulf Chapter, now Ex President and Advisory Board Member. 6- GGSD board Member and Founder (Gulf Group for the Study of Diabetes) 7- DASG Founder & Member (Diabetes Asia Study Group) 8- Member of Editorial Committee (SQJM) , Sultan Qaboos Journal Of Medicine . 9- Member of the Editorial Committee Journal of Endocrinology &Diabetes ( AACE GulfChapter)now Gulf Association for Endocrinology & Diabetes(GAED) 10- Member and Chairman for YANAAR.(You Are Not Alone At Royal) 11- Member for GCC Thyroid Cancer Forum & NeuroEndocrine Tumors. 12- Member Advisory Board for Rare/Orphanage diseases for Special Therapies for Porphyria & Hereditary Hypophosphotasia (HHP):genetic disorder of phosphate metabolism.