Tamer A Gheita

Tamer A Gheita

Department of Rheumatology and Immunology
Cairo University


Prof. Tamer A Gheita is a distinguished Rheumatology consultant at many worldwide hospitals with JCI accreditation. He has authored 100+ publications in top ranked international journals; coeditor of 10+ scientific books. Has actively participated in 100+ regional and international conferences and is considered a notable speaker. Certificates of excellence were awarded for his effort in endorsing the practice of Rheumatology in regional countries and for his outstanding performance on attending many medical convoys. Prof. Gheita is a member of many specialized societies in the field of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology. He is Editor In-Chief, The Egyptian Rheumatologist (Hosted and produced by Elsevier). He is a member of the Committee On Publication Ethics (COPE), Editorial Board Member of 60+ International Journals (such as the International J of Rheumatic Diseases, European J of Rheumatology, Annals of Pediatric Rheumatology, African J of Rheumatology) and is on the review board of 100+ international journals in the field of Medicine, Rheumatology, Clinical Immunology and Pharmacology. He shared in the scientific and organizing committee of several regional conferences. Attended and successfully passed the courses held by Faculty and Leadership Development center Program (FLDP), Cairo University recognized by the International Board of Certified Trainers (IBCT), The Netherlands. He holds the Platinum BMJ learning high-usage certificate, for successfully accomplishing rheumatology modules. He has acceptable computer skills (ICDL, UNESCO, USA).

Professor Gheita studied and attended his school in London, UK. He graduated from The Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University (December 1993) (Excellent with grade of Honors), attained the M.Sc degree (1997) with an excellent grade and successfully received his MD degree (2003). He is an active Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology Professor since 2013.

Research interest:

Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology