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Othman S.H. Alfleesy

Othman S.H. Alfleesy

Associate Professor
Forensic Medicine and Pathology
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Aden University
South Yemen
[email protected]

Biography:

Dr. Othman Alfleesy is currently working As Associate Professor in the Department of Forensic Medicine and Pathology at Faculty of Medicine, Aden University, South Yemen. He has completed his M.Sc. in Forensic Medicine in the college of higher studies in Jordan (1989). He is a member of an international association of forensic medicine. Alfleesy had participated and contributed to numerous International conferences (has presented papers or posters). He has attended in a number of national and International conferences, scientific session & workshops (including workshops of WHO).

He also has published a number of valuable researches in a number of international scientific Journals, (in which he forwarded (for the first time) solutions for 1. sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS), (Alfleesy Hypothesis ). 2. He had explained Bangungut (Pok kuri) phenomenon and put a solution for this dilemma. 3. Also, he discovered a wrong theory of Zuckerman for oogenesis (1951). 4. Alfleesy discovered the wrong theory of Calvin Bridge(1909) for nondisjunction extrachromosome 21 and Down Syndrome), in his theory, Calvin determined mothers as a direct cause of trisomy 21 and Down Syndrome children (maternal cause), which was not correct at all. Alfleesy proposed a new scientific suggestion. He has announced an appeal to all mothers in the world that they are not a responsible or the cause for Down syndrome children as the scientists had claimed for a century. He is an author of two books. The forensic medicine book, which had won the University award in 2000. And the other book: medical ethics. He is also an Editorial Board member in a number of International Journals.

Research interest:
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Bioethics
  • Embryology
  • Genetics

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