1st International Perinatal
TOTAL Health Congress

Perinatal TOTAL Health: The First Thousand Days of Life

Innovations and Transdisciplinary Collaborations

27 - 30 June 2018

Sinaia, Romania
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Hany ALY

Hany Aly, MD, FAAP, is the Director of Newborn Services at the George Washington University Hospital and a Professor of Pediatrics and of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. 

Dr. Aly received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Ain Shams University School of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt in December of 1986. He completed his residency training at the Department of Pediatrics at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, from 1991-1994, and a Postdoctoral Fellow in Neonatal- Perinatal Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York from 1994-1997. He is board-certified in Pediatrics and in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.

Dr. Aly is founder and director of the new Neonatal Neurology and Brain Development Fellowship Program at GW, and has initiated several Clinical Development programs as the Director of Newborn Services at GW Hospital.

In 2002, Dr. Aly won the Patient Safety award from the District of Columbia Hospitals Association, for his efforts to control infections at the neonatal unit to be one of units with the lowest infection nationwide. He is served as consultant for US-AID Projects on “Healthy Mother Healthy Child” in Egypt. Dr. Aly also served as the Executive Director of the American Egyptian Association for Scholars.

Currently, Dr. Aly is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and has extensively published in and reviewed for many journals and written several book chapters. Dr. Aly has been invited to speak for numerous other organizations, hospitals and universities. He recently began reviewing grants for the FDA where he serves as a Special Government Employee Consultant. He served a member of several societies and committees, including the Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at NIH as a Special Volunteer and the District of Columbia Child Fatality Review Committee. He reviewed grants for the Canadian Institute of Health, the Health research Board of Ireland, and the University Grants Committee of China.