PEOPLE

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I have been in an administrative role for 18 years and have a unique skill set because I have experience being a Practice Manager/ Team Administrator/Receptionist/Personal Assistant and Debt Collector. I have a professional and positive attitude, enthusiastic and tenacious. I can work autonomously and work very well in a team environment. My vision is to serve others and helping people to the best of my ability. I am a committed and dedicated individual, with a warm, friendly and kind personality. I consider myself to be adaptable, pro-active, well organised and efficient and always put my heart into everything I do. I possess the following skills which are pertinent in any role:
• time management and strong organisational and communicational skills
• high-level customer service and administration
• debtors and creditors ability
• strong administrative skills
• Motivation and dedication.

Work experience

Team Administrator/Coordinator (from July 2017 to February 2018)
• Administrative and organisational support for the Management Team – Non-Clinical Support Services • Events co-ordination • Reporting • Support recruitment and exit/termination processes • Information Management • Communication and Interpersonal Skills • Problem complexity • Scope for action Achievements: • Provide secretarial and administrative support to the Contracts & Supply Manager, Cleaning Operations Manager, Satellites Cleaning Manager, Orderly Operations Manager, Manager of Security Services, Team Leader of the Mailroom and Telephony Team Leader. • Manage incoming and outgoing communications (emails, phone calls, faxes, correspondence) promptly and efficiently. • Arrange travel and accommodation as required • Organise meeting agendas and minutes as required to NCS Management Team. • Reliable and always willing to help, going the extra mile • Excellent time management skills • Complete electronic and hard copy requisition forms, codes and ensures payment of expenses. • Organise functions and catering as required. • Support Managers with the recruitment, appointment and orientation within the service. • Keeping meeting rooms in a clean and tidy state at all times. • Undertake any other responsibilities and duties as required by the Operation Managers which may include support for key projects and Long Service Awards. • Ensure meal vouchers are available • Manage general office duties such as filing, photocopying and binding as required. • Coordinate and schedule staff to attend training and induction. • Keep accurate records and prepare information for charge out for additional services upon request. • Place consumable orders and arrange payment of invoices via Oracle. • Responsible for maintaining adequate levels of stationery within NCS Service. • Facilitates timely processing of PDR`s – scheduling, processing invitations, updating Onestaff and Staff Service Centre. • Manages all correspondence relating to NCS personal issues including disciplinary meetings, sick leave reviews, complaints and general correspondence. • Manage and coordinating internal events as required. • Be involved with project management for NCS as required. • Use Excel skills to provide reports as required • Analyse operation information and produce graphs for the use of monthly reports. • Complete SAF forms. • Facilitate documentation process for recruitment and exiting of staff. • Process Employee Change forms
Practice Manager/Administrator/Receptionist (from September 2015 to September 2016)
• Managing the centre effectively, the entry and exit of patients/clients into the centre via video intercom • Excellent organising and planning skills • Professionalism in daily dealings, able to deal with all individuals in a respectful manner • Dealing with difficult clients in a courteous but firm manner • Handle any complaints in a professional and calm manner • Answering telephone calls and email queries courteously, and directing the queries to the relevant Health Practitioners • Dealing with queries from the public, clients and patients • Ensuring the supply of refreshments at reception and keeping the centre clean and presentable at all times • Efficiently and effectively run the reception desk, accurately managing 7 electronic diaries and cater for the practitioners` preferred booking schedule • Maintaining a professional, friendly image and well presented • Confident and able to take charge in a situation • Able to use own initiative and ability to multi task effectively • Strong attention to detail and excellent interpersonal skills • Issue of invoices and statements for clients for medical claims • Responsible for basic bookkeeping, accounts, queries, data capture, petty cash, cash reconciliations, financial and month end reports and tenant rental invoices and payments • Distribution of herbal medication and supplements • Responsible for all payments and accurately recording them on the system for all relevant Practitioners, • Responsible for banking, practice supplies, stock take and procurement, purchasing electricity, managing cleaning staff and security • Knowledge of natural health modalities and health habits, and active knowledge on the different disciplines offered by the centre • Reporting to the owner of the White Lotus • Ensure quality work and upholding a pristine, professional and friendly image Achievements: • Ensure clients` expectations are met and that they are pleased with the service provided • Ensure clients’ needs are met by sustaining a friendly atmosphere at all times • Ability to ensure the centre operates productively and enhancing the standard operating procedures of the centre • Experience with holistic healing approach and able to appreciate life on a different level • Developed great communication skills and the ability to runa centre effectively with confidence • Reliable and always willing to help • Became familiar with alternate medicine • Assist in recruitment process, interviews and training
Administrator/Receptionist (from June 2014 to June 2015)
• Responsible for the main switchboard • Assisting patients at reception • Managed 3 electronic diaries for appointments • Strong office administration • Filing of patient folders and reports • Updating patient information and data capture • Correspondence and delivering excellent client service • Attending to telephonic queries and resolving them • Typing letters, medical reports and prescriptions • Professionally liaise with internal and external hospital staff, working with Cath labs to arrange Angiograms, Pathcare (blood bank) requesting results and tests and all medical aid schemes • Responsible for payments • Reporting to the Practice manager and the doctors • Responsible to work efficiently in a fast paced environment • Ensure accuracy and diligence at all times • Providing contentment and empathy when needed • Ensuring the reception area is operating smoothly Achievements: • An achievement to have the opportunity to work with patients with special needs and how to handle complicated situations • Having exposure to a busy hospital environment and managed to work well with the internal personnel • Became familiar with medical reps and their products • Knowledge about cardiac terminology, medications and procedures • Understanding the importance of theatre bookings and procedures
Debtors Clerk/Administrator (from July 2008 to May 2014)
• Telephonic queries, bad debt collections and payment arrangements • Actively involved in boosting the practice performance to increase clientele and cash flow • Assisted with petty cash, front desk queries, filing, retail, switchboard, frontline reception which included patient bookings and diary management for 6 doctors and 2 oral hygienists • Accurately dispensing and sorting medication • Accurately accepting and processing payments received • Responsible for all account related duties • Telephonically liaising with medical schemes, attorneys and patients in a professional manner • Reporting to practice manager • Responsible for the effectiveness of collection on bad debt • Responsible for the handover of bad debt to attorneys • Ensure work performance is of high quality standard Achievements: • Employer and patients` needs were always met • Targets achieved on or before scheduled time • Personally responsible to create ideas to improve service delivery and boost business profits • Motivate staff and encourage upgrading of skills • Assist practice manager with recruitment • Assist in arranging food supplies for special occasions/functions • Developed excellent leadership skills • Assist in year-end function arrangements and planning

Education

Wittebome High School (from January 1988 to November 1992)
High School Qualification
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Work experience

Laboratory Technician (from December 2008 to December 2017)
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Work experience

Trauma/Emergency Nurse (from July 2009 to February 2018)
I am the shift leader in a very busy Emergency Department

Education

Master's Degree - Emergency Nursing (from January 2017 to February 2018)
All aspects of Emergency nursing
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EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY TECHNICIAN/SCIENTIST
MEDICAL TYPIST/RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY/ADMINISTRATOR
PHLEBOTOMIST/SPECIMEN COLLECTOR
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Work experience

Registered Nurse ia Rest Home In New Zealand (from November 2017
HCA in New Zealand (from September 2015 to November 2017)

Education

InterRAI Training (from January 2018
In New Zealand
Post graduate Diploma In health Science (from July 2015 to November 2016)
In New Zealand
BSC Nursin in India (from September 2006 to September 2010)
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As an enthusiastic Enrolled Nurse expecting to complete my diploma in mid-2018, I am seeking an opportunity to pursue further development via a graduate program. With a keen interest in Anaesthetic and Surgical Nursing, I am committed to serving our community by providing holistic, evidence based and person-centred care. With a strong commitment to professional development, I am highly motivated to remain up to date with current evidence based practice by pursuing learning and opportunities regularly.

My extensive experience in Office Administration in the Hospital environment have contributed to the development of my nursing practice in the areas of organisation, time management, teamwork and communication skills as a confident communicator. I build rapport readily within a multidisciplinary team, with patients and their families in order to facilitate high quality healthcare delivery. I am truly a passionate people person; I enjoy connecting to people from all walks of life. I am excited about embarking on my career as an Enrolled Nurse, and am confident I can make a strong contribution to the achievement of high quality person-centred care.

Work experience

AIN (from January 2018
ON CALL AIN IN VARIOUS AREAS AROUND BRISBANE AND IPSWICH FOR AGED CARE FACILITIES AND HOSPITALS, WORKING AM/PM/NS ON ANY DAYS OF THE WEEK AS NEEDED.
THERAPY AIDE & PERSONAL CARER (from October 2016 to June 2017)

Education

DIPLOMA OF NURSING - MATER EDUCATION SOUTH BRISBANE (from January 2017 to June 2018)
ENROLLED NURSE
CERTIFICATE III AGED CARE (INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT) (from March 2016 to June 2016)
AIN, PERSONAL CARER

Other

FINALIST 2016 STUDENT OF THE YEAR - QLD
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Physiotherapist and Rehabilitation Coach with 20+ years’ experience in assessing, diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders in adult and paediatric in health care settings including hospital inpatient, outpatient in rehabilitation centres, in group and individual settings, and to professional athletes. Adds value with academic experience as a Physiotherapy Lecturer, and expertise in treating post-operative patients, and patients with neurological conditions such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease, and providing strength training for competitive athletes and sporting professionals including those in major soccer and Rugby League Teams, American Football, Volleyball and Rugby. Treats patients to repair damage, reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life. Poised to hit the ground running in Assistant Physiotherapist / Allied Health Assistant roles while international qualifications are translated to Australian registration.

Work experience

YANBIAN FUNDE FOOTBALL CLUB – CHINA’S SUPER LEAGUE, Physiotherapist | Rehabilitation Coach / Injury Prevention Specialist (from December 2016 to November 2017)
Surmounted the dual challenges of cultural and language barriers by drawing on non-verbal communication skills and demonstrating patience, diplomacy and tact while working with China’s Super League players in injury prevention skills and training. Developed individualised and proven therapy and exercise regimes. Documented, tracked, and analysed progress. • Provides a range of therapies and treatment dependent on players needs, ranging from Manual Therapy including joint manipulation and mobilisation, manual resistance training, and stretching, to exercise programmes and electrotherapy techniques including laser therapy. • Leveraged broad experience and knowledge of the latest evidence-based practice, skills assessment, and diagnosis of sports injuries, as well as utilisation of hands-on management techniques and exercise protocols, to assist in quick recovery and mitigate injuries. • Applied analytical knack to synthesise, assess, and interpret multifaceted athletes’ data in order to formulate and implement injury prevention protocols
ST MARY’S SALESIAN AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB | Glen Iris, VIC 2016 — 2016 Senior Sports Trainer (from March 2016 to October 2016)
Planned and implemented comprehensive athletic injury and illness prevention program for 3 senior football teams during the preseason and the subsequent season. • Applied protective and injury preventive methods such as pre-match strapping, massages, first aid, and kit preparation. • Collaborated with multidisciplinary health care teams to formulate and execute comprehensive rehabilitation programs for athletic injuries. • Mentored and instructed coaches and athletes in the care and prevention of injuries. Assisted 8 physiotherapy students in observation for university courses.
HUCK SPORTS PROMOTION | Berlin, Germany 2015 Personal Physiotherapist / Trainer (from April 2015 to October 2015)
Physiotherapist and Trainer to Marco Huck - the second longest reigning cruiserweight boxing world champion of all time. Delivered training programs, fitness, massages, and physiotherapy to ensure top athletic condition in defending the world championship in the US. • Monitored and supported the entire preparatory training, both at training camp and while overseas in the US. • Autonomously conducted active and passive therapy sessions, while applying various physiotherapeutic treatment methods like functional analysis, manual therapy, breathing therapy, and facilitation techniques.
MELBOURNE STORM | Melbourne, VIC Physiotherapist Volunteer (from December 2014 to March 2015)
Observed training sessions to develop injury prevention, treatment, and rehab program for all players. • Assisted in treating all musculoskeletal injuries. Liaised with coaches regarding injuries, prognosis, risk factor modification, and exercise programs.
SV WERDER BREMEN BUNDESLIGA SOCCER TEAM | Bremen, Germany, Physiotherapist (from July 2009 to January 2014)
• Delivered physiotherapy services to professional soccer players inclusive of injury care and rehabilitation for specific musculoskeletal injuries. Provided electrotherapy, ultrasound, laser, Manual Therapy, massage, mobilisation, and traction. • Supported players on tour and match days for the Bundesliga, Cup, European League and Champions League.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Physiotherapy (from April 2009 to April 2011)
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Work experience

dental assistance /reception (from November 2009 to January 2018)
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Hi I am Registered Nurse in India. I have completed my EPIQ/RTR (Entry Program For Internationally Qualified Nurses) bridging course in Sydney and applied for my registration as a RN in Australia. I am looking for sponsored jobs as i don't have work visa.

Work experience

Registered Staff Nurse (Emergency & Trauma Ward) (from October 2016
Hospital Nursing job
Senior Tutor/Lecturer (from January 2016 to May 2016)
Teaching Nursing to Graduates/under graduates nursing students.
Clinical Instructor (from September 2012 to October 2013)
Teaching Nursing to Diploma nursing students.

Education

Masters in Nursing (Medical-Surgical Nursing; Cardio-thoracic Nursing)
B.Sc. Nursing
Nursing
EPIQ/RTR 157 (Entry Program For Internationally Qualified Nurses) (from September 2017 to November 2017)
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I am a Radiologist in Nigeria that intend to relocate to Australia and switch over to general practice. I am intelligent, hardworking and trustworthy with strong catholic background.
I have passed the Australian medical council MCQ and British council international English language examination with score of 7.5.
I am ready to commence with immediate effect and also bear the re-location costs.
My experience include seven years of general practice and twenty years of radiology practice. These puts me at a position to know wide range of clinical conditions and how to arrive at diagnosis.
Your kind consideration will be highly appreciated.

Work experience

CONSULTANT RADIOLOGIST AND HEAD OF DEPARTMENT. (from December 2005 to November 2017)
I studied medicine and surgery at college of medicine University of Lagos Nigeria and later Radiodiagnosis at Lagos university teaching hospital. I am still in touch with general medical practice. I presently work as consultant and instructor to resident doctors that rotate through radiology. I have also served as member of the hospital mortality review committee.I carry out radiological proceedures like intravenous urography, Hysterosalpingography , and barium studies, report general radiology films as well as computerized Tomography and magnetic resonance imaging images. My knowledge of pharmacology is current evidenced by my success in recent Australian medical council MCQ and United states medical licensing examinations.

Education

(from October 1984 to October 1990)
I studied medicine and surgery and obtained MBBS degrees. I performed well and was awarded scholarship by United African company UAC , during my course of study in the university.

Other

I also studied and trained in radiology at lagos university teaching hospital from 1997 TO 2003 and obtained fellowship of the Nigerian national postgraduate medical college in Radiology in November 2003. There after I have been practicing as Radiologist.
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Motivated, energetic registered nurse looking for an opportunity to live in Australia and experience the culture for a few years! I have been a registered nurse for 2 and a half years now on a step down ICU floor. I am looking to advance my experience and education. Hoping to get into a critical care floor for more experience.

Work experience

Registered Nurse (from July 2015
Work on a progressive care floor where I managed critical patients with titrating drips, managing ventilated patients, bedside procedures, code team, ACLS certified, Progressive Care Certified Nurse

Education

Advanced cardiovascular life support (from March 2016
how to run a code, medications to give, CPR, airway management
Progressive Care Certified Nurse (from February 2017
Certification in progressive care, to further my learning on critical thinking skills, medications, and assessment
Bachlor's of Science in Nursing (from January 2013 to May 2015)
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Other

certified Da Vinci Robotic surgery scrub scout
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Work experience

Senior Reserach Officer (from September 2009 to October 2016)
Translational Research in Cancer

Education

Molecular Diagnostics (from February 2017 to July 2017)
Application of molecular biology techniques in diagnostics and detection of human diseases
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Education

Cet 111 in Individual Support and Community services (from June 2017 to November 2017)
i am in the process of completing this qualification
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With over 10 years’ experience in human disease research and health field, I am seeking to excel my research in disease mechanisms, drug development, and industrial research. I have extensive background in chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, virology, bioinformatics, and biostatistics. Domestic and international field and lab research experience. Knowledge of standard lab and safety procedure. Excellent multi-tasker and demonstrated team player with positive attitude, solid written and oral communication skills anchored by a strong publication record.

Work experience

PhD Research Scholar (from February 2012 to April 2017)
 Mechanistic study of association between energy metabolism and Alzheimer  disease  Studied the effect of amyloid beta protein in worms  Studied the effect of tau phosphorylation in human tau expressing worms  Studied the effect of glucose on amyloid beta and tau toxicity  Screening and testing of drugs to cure the Alzheimer symptoms  Published one research article in international peer reviewed journals and more than 6 are in pipe line
Research Officer (from August 2015 to December 2015)
 Screening of chemicals used as possible fumigants against pest insects  Study of metabolism involved in stress resistance in pest insects  Study of effect of different chemicals energy metabolism  Study of genetic association of pest insect resistance with energy metabolism  Mechanistic study of different chemicals involved in mortality and long lifespan
Research Officer (from May 2007 to February 2012)
Worked as Research officer in Applied and Functional Genomics Lab with Dr. Sajida Hassan. Investigated the possible pathways involved in Hepatitis C pathogenesis in the Pakistani population. Worked at both genome and proteome levels using human liver samples as well as mammalian cell lines. Developed new non-invasive index to accurately predict liver fibrosis or cirrhosis in Pakistani population. Established other non-invasive indexes to predict possible HCV genotypes based on simple laboratory parameters. Studied the possible role of protein modifications on HCV disease progression. I was also responsible for lab maintenance and mentoring students research work. Our work resulted in 25 publications already published in peer-reviewed journals. For more information on my previous projects please click http://www.cemb.edu.pk/afg.html
Chemist (from December 2006 to May 2007)
 Implication of the theoretical knowledge to develop structures of unknown proteins  Study of phosphorylation on proteins  Study of glycosylation on proteins  Study of protein-protein interactions using theoretical approaches  Development of new databases on protein-protein interaction studies  Published three research articles in peer reviewed journals
Executive Chemist (from July 2003 to August 2005)
 Manufacturing and analysis of carbonated and fizzy drinks  Manufacturing and analysis of fresh juices, jam and jellies  Research, manufacturing and analysis of new herbal products and medicines.  Isolation and purification of active components from herbs  general lab duties

Education

PhD (from February 2012 to April 2017)
FoR: Neurosciences, Medicinal and Biomolecular Chemistry, Biochemistry and Cell Biology During my PhD, I have worked on the molecular mechanisms associated with Alzheimer's disease especially glucose energy metabolism.
MPhil Chemistry (from September 2004 to December 2006)
I have worked on respiratory mechanism of infectious microbes
MSc Chemistry (from September 2001 to October 2003)
I worked on manufacturing of textile softereners
Bachelor in Science education (from August 1997 to March 2001)
This is professional teaching degree required for secondary school teachers in Pakistan. I have passed this examination in first grade. The primary subjects along education were Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany

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S K I LL S  Bacterial Culture and Maintenance  Bioinformatics (protein structure prediction, docking and analysis)  Biostatistics (SPSS 16, Graphpad, Origin 7.5, Stat-Ease 8.16, Microsoft)  Computational modelling  DNA extraction techniques  Gene Cloning  General Chemistry Lab techniques (calorimetry, chromatography, spectroscopy)  Gene cloning, plasmid isolation, transfection, siRNA designing,  Mammalian Cell Culturing and Maintenance  Microarray (RNA, DNA extraction, sample preparation to data analysis)  Microscopy (conventional, confocal, fluorescence)  PC-1, PC-2, and PC-3 lab work experience  Proteomics (protein extraction and purification, sample preparation to data analysis)  Real Time-PCR & Conventional PCR, Primer Designing  Western blotting (SDS-PAGE / Native Gel Electrophoresis), Immunoprecipitation PUBLICATIONS h-index = 15, i10-index = 17 (Year 2017) Google scholar: (https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=tat_i-gaaaaj&hl=en Researchgate Profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/waqar_ahmad9 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/waqar-ahmad-69714914/ ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0003-0474-6558, Researcher ID: M-3019-2016  Ahmad W, Eber PR: Metformin Attenuates Aβ Pathology Mediated Through Levamisole Sensitive Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors in a C. elegans Model of Alzheimer's Disease. Mol Neurobiol 2016  Jahangir Z, Ahmad W*, Shabbiri K. Alternate Phosphorylation/O-GlcNAc Modification on Human Insulin IRSs: A Road towards Impaired Insulin Signaling in Alzheimer and Diabetes. Adv Bioinformatics. 2014;2014:324753  Ahmad W**. Overlapped metabolic and therapeutic links between Alzheimer and Diabetes. Mol Neurobiol 2013, 47: 399-424  Shahid I, Gull S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Ansar M, Asad S, Kausar H, Sarwar MT, Khan MK, Hassan S. Stable Huh-7 cell lines expressing hepatitis C virus non-structural proteins of genotype 1a. J Viol Methods 2013  Ahmad W**, Shabbiri K, Adnan A. Exploration of respiratory chain of Nocardia asteroides: purification of Succinate Quinone Oxidoreductase. J Mem Biol 2012  Shabbiri K, Adnan A, Jamil S, Ahmad W, Noor B. Medium optimization of protease production by Brevibacterium linens DSM 20158, using statistical approach. Braz J Microbiol, 2012.  Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Hassan S. Gene expression profiling of HCV genotype 3a initial liver fibrosis and cirrhosis patients using microarray. J Trans Med 2012  Asad S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Kausar H, Sarwar MT, Gull S, Shahid I, Khan MK, Hassan S. Development of persistent HCV genotype 3a infection cell culture model in huh-7 cell. Virol J. 2012 Jan 10;9(1):11  Ahmad W**, Shabbiri K, Nazar N, Nazar S, Qaiser S, Mughal MAS. Human linker histones: interplay between phosphorylation and o-β-GlcNAc to mediate chromatin structural modifications. Cell Div 2011, 6:15  Jahan S, Khaliq S, Siddiqi MH, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Ashfaq UA, Hassan S. Anti-apoptotic effect of HCV core gene of genotype 3a in Huh-7 cell line Virol J. 2011 Nov 23;8:522.  Jahan S, Samreen B, Khaliq S, Ijaz B, Khan M, Siddique MH, Ahmad W, Hassan S. HCV entry receptors as potential targets for siRNA-based inhibition of HCV. Genetic Vaccines and Therapy 2011, 9:15  Kausar H, Gull S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Sarwar MT, Iqbal Z, Nawaz Z, Riazuddin S, Hassan S. Huh-7 cell line as an alternative cultural model for the production of human like erythropoietin (EPO). J Trans Med 2011, 9:186  Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Javed FT, Gull S, Sarwar MT, Kausar H, Asad S, Jahan S, Khaliq S, Shahid I, Sumrin A, Hassan S. Association of laboratory parameters with viral factors in patients with hepatitis C. Virol J 2011, 8:361  Jahan S, Samreen B, Khaliq S, Ijaz B, Khan M, Siddique MH, Ahmad W, Hassan S: HCV entry receptors as potential targets for siRNA-based inhibition of HCV. Genet Vaccines Ther 2011, 9:15.  Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Javed FT, Kausar H, Sarwar MT, Gull S, Asad S, Shahid I, Hassan S. HCV genotype specific correlation with serum markers: Higher predictability for Genotype 4a. Virol J 2011, 8:293.  Ahmad W, Shabbiri K, Ijaz B, Asad S, Gull S, Fouzia K, Kausar H, Sarwar MT, Shahid I, Hassan S. Claudin-1 required for HCV virus entry has high potential for phosphorylation and o-glycosylation. Virol J, 2011 8:229.  Ahmad W, Shabbiri K, Ijaz B, Asad S, Nazar N, Nazar S, Fouzia K, Kausar H, Gull S, Tahir Sarwar MT, Shahid I, Hassan S. Serine 204 phosphorylation and O-β-GlcNAC interplay of IGFBP-6 as therapeutic indicator to regulate IGF-II functions in viral mediated hepatocellular carcinoma. Virol J, 2011 8:208.  Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Javed FT, Gull S, Kausar H, Sarwar MT, Asad S, Shahid I, Sumrin A, Khaliq S, Jahan S, Pervaiz A, Hassan S. A comparison of four fibrosis indexes in chronic HCV: Development of new fibrosis-cirrhosis index (FCI). BMC Gastroenterol. 2011,11:44.  Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Gull S, Asad S, Khaliq S, Jahan S, Sarwar MT, Kausar H, Sumrin A, Shahid I, Hassan S. A brief review on molecular, genetic and imaging techniques for HCV fibrosis evaluation. Virol J. 2011 8;8(1):53.  Khaliq S, Jahan S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Asad S, Hassan S. Inhibition of HCV 3a genotype by siRNAs targeting envelop genes. Arch Virol, 2011; 156(3):433-442.  Jahan S, Khaliq S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Hassan S. Role of HCV Core gene of genotype 1a and 3a and host gene Cox-2 in HCV-induced pathogenesis. Virol J. 2011, 8(1):155.  Ijaz B, Ahmad W*, Javed FT, Gull S, Hassan S. Revised cutoff values of ALT and HBV DNA level can better differentiate HBeAg (-) chronic inactive HBV patients from active carriers. Virol J. 2011 Feb 27;8:86.  Sarwar MT, Kausar H, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Ansar M, Sumrin A, Ashfaq UA, Gull S, Asad S, Shahid I, Hassan S. NS4A protein as a marker of HCV history suggests that different hepatitis C virus genotypes originally evolved from genotype 1b. Virol J 2011, 8:317.  Jahan S, Khaliq S, Samreen B, Ijaz B, khan m, Ahmad W, Ashfaq AU, Hassan S. Effect of combined siRNA of HCV E2 gene and HCV receptors against HCV. Virol J 2011, 8:295.  Javed FT, Ijaz B, Ahamd W, Jahan S, Khaliq S, Hassan S. Correlation of serum HCV titer, ALP and Bilirubin levels with liver fibrosis stages. IJAVMS, 2010; 4(2): 56-62.  Jahan S, Khaliq S, Afzal N, Mujtiba G, Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Sumrin A, Ashfaq UA, Mahmood S, Hassan S. Regulation of apoptosis by HCV. IJAVMS, 2011, 5(4): 438-443.  Khurshid S, Kashmiri MA, Qureshi Z, Ahmad W. Optimization of glucose oxidase production by Aspergillus niger. Afr J Biotechnol 2011; 10(9): 1674-1678.  Shabbiri K, Ahmad W, Syed Q, Adnan A. Isolation and Purification of Complex II from Proteus mirabilis strain ATCC 29245. Braz J Microbiol, 2010; 41: 796-804.  Ahmad W, Ijaz B, Javed FT, Jahan S, Shahid I, Hassan S. Age specific prevalence and transmission of HCV genotypes in Lahore, Pakistan. World J Gastroenterol 2010; 14: 4321-4328.  Khan M, Jahan S, khaliq S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Samreen B, Hassan S. Interaction of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) core with cellular genes in the development of HCV-induced steatosis. Arch Virol, 2010; 155:17251753.  Khaliq S, Jahan S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Asad S, Pervaiz A, samreen B, Hassan S. Inhibition of core gene of HCV 3a genotype using synthetic and vector derived siRNAs. Virology J, 2010; 7:318.  Sumrin A, Ahmad W**, Ijaz B, Sarwar MT, Gull S, Kausar H, Jahan S, Asad S, Riazuddin S. Purification and medium optimization of alpha amylase from Bacillus Subtilis 168. Afr J Biotech, 2010; 10(11): 21192129.  Kaleem A, Khan ST, Ahmad W, Saleem M, Khawaja RA, Hussain AS, Shakoori AR and Nasir-ud-Din. Post-Translational Modification of Non-Histone High Mobility Group Nucleosomal Proteins. Pakistan J. Zool., 2007. 39, 57-64.  Kaleem A, Ahmad W, Khan ST, Saleem M, Khawaja RA, Hussain. AS, Shakoori AR, Nasir-ud-Din. In silico, Post-Translational Modification of Histone H1: Regulation of Transcription. Pakistan J. Zool., 2007. 39(2). 87-93.  Ahmad I, Ahmad W, Evelyne-Walker-Nasir, Saleem M, Shakoori AR, Nasir-ud-Din. Histone H1 subtypes in Mouse; interplay between phosphorylation and O-glycosylation”. Pakistan J. Zool., 2007. 40: 34-45.  Ahmad W, Ahmad I, Kaleem A, Evelee-Walker-Nasir, Hoessli DC, Nasir-ud-Din. Human histone H1.5: Role of phosphorylation and glycosylation in cell cycle” Proc. Pakistan Acad. Sci. 2007. 44(2): 85-96.  GENOMIC SEQUENCES SUBMITTED TO NCBI: HM135516; HM135517; HM135518, HM135519, HM135520 ABSTRACTS  Shabbiri K, Ahmad W, Jagadeesan R, Nayak MK, Schirra HJ, Ebert PR. System biology of phosphine controlled insect pests of food commodities. Agricultural Bioscience International Conference, Fargo, North Dakota, USA (Sep 18-21, 2016).  Ahmad W, Ebert P. Dihydrolipoamide dehydrogenase (DLD) as a potential therapeutic target for Alzheimer’s disease. Presented at Genetic Society of Australia Conference, Sydney, Australia (6-9 July 2014).  Ahmad W, Ebert P. dld-1 suppression attenuates the detrimental effects of amyloid beta deposition in a Caenorhabditis elegans model of Alzheimer’s disease. Presented at 3rd Molecular Neurodegeneration Conference, Cannes, France (10-12 Sep, 2013).  Ahmad W, Shakoori RA, Nasir-ud-Din. Prediction of Post-Translational Modification of Histone H1: Regulation of Transcription. Presented at 27th Pakistan Congress of Zoology (International), Feb 27- Mar 1, 2007.  Shabbiri K, Ahmad W, Kashmiri MA, Adnan A, Shafiq-ur-Rehman and Qureshi MH. Isolation and purification of complex II from cell membrane of Proteus mirabilis. Presented at 1st International conference of Chemistry, LCWU, Lahore, 2nd Nov, 2007.  Jahan S, Khaliq S, Ijaz B, Ahmad W, Hassan S. Combined siRNA against HCV Core and COX-2 inhibits genes involved in HCV induced oxidative stress leading to hepatocellualar carcinoma. Presented at 9th Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Symposium “Global Problem Local Solutions”, Lahore, Pakistan, Nov 26th - 28th, 2010. AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS • Sponsorship by International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS for 3 years, Australia 20122015 • Sponsorship by University of Queensland Centennial Scholarship (UQCent) for 3 Years, Australia 20122015 • UQ travel award to attend international conference in Cannes, France, 2013 • Travel grant to attend international conference in Sydney, Australia, 2014 • Won best student award in Biology at college level CONFERENCES/ SEMINARS/ FORUMS/ GAMES  Oral presentation: Genetic Society of Australia Conference, Sydney, Australia (6-9 July 2014).  Poster presentation: 3rd Molecular Neurodegeneration Conference, Cannes, France (10-12 Sep, 2013).  Oral presentation: 27th Pakistan Congress of Zoology (International), Feb 27- Mar 1, 2007.  First International Conference on the Role of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the National Development, 1618 April 2007, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan  Proteomics Workshop: For sample preparation to data analysis. Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan. 24-25 October 2007.  International Chemistry Conference. “Recent Advances in Chemistry” LCWU, Lahore, 2nd Nov, 2007.  Participation as a resource person at “International training course on microarray technology for gene discovery and expression”. Jointly organized by Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) and Asia Pacific International Molecular Biology Network (A-IMBN) in collaboration with and held at Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB), University of the Punjab Lahore, Pakistan, 0509 October 2009.  Participation as a resource person at “2nd International Training Workshop on DNA Microarray for Gene Expression & Training Workshop on Biosafety in Biomedical Research. Organized by Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB), University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan in collaboration Biosafety Association of Pakistan (BSAP), University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan, 07-11 March, 2011  1st position in “Biology subject” at Government Degree College Hafiz Abad, 1997-98.  2nd position in “Table Tennis” at Inter-department sports program, 2005-06. GC University Lahore, Pakistan. LANGUAGES  English (Read, Write, Speak)  Urdu (Read, Write, Speak)  Punjabi (Read, Write, Speak)  Arabic (Read, Write)  Hindi (Speak)