I am currently working as a faculty member (Senior Medical Demonstrator) in the department of Anatomy and Neuroscience at the University College Cork, Ireland. I am involved in teaching Gross Anatomy courses; in general and delivering the Neuro-anatomy lectures to the foundation medicine and Graduate Entry Medicine students. My research interests revolve around devising innovative, blended learning web-resources and continuous professional development tools for enhancing the neuroanatomical understanding of medical, dentistry, occupational, speech and language therapy students and professionals.

Muhammad Asim Javaid, MD (Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience, University College Cork, Ireland)


•Taught neuroanatomy courses to med-school students in Pakistan, United Kingdom and Ireland.
•Acquired extensive experience with human anatomy teaching via cadaveric dissection at University College Cork, Ireland.
•Excellent communication skills – delivered oral and poster presentations at conferences across the United States.
•Investigated the saccade related gamma synchrony in Parkinson disease as a research fellow at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, New York, USA (3 years).
•Managed neurological patients in hospital settings in Pakistan and United States.
•Participated in Multi-center Clinical Trials on the neuroprotective role of Creatine in Parkinson Disease, United States.
•Experienced in EEG and basic fMRI analyses.
•Published papers in international scientific journals.