CURRICULUM VITAE

 

MOHAMED I. FAYAD

 

 

I.  PERSONAL INFORMATION:

 

NAME:   MOHAMED I. FAYAD

 

DATE OF BIRTH:     01-01-1963

 

PLACE OF BIRTH:   CAIRO - EGYPT

 

NATIONALITY:  EGYPTIAN

 

PERMANENT ADDRESS:     2729 A N. GreenView

                                      Chicago, IL, 60614

 

TELEPHONE:          HOME & FAX:   (773) 665-0556

 

OFFICE:     (312) 996-7514

 

E-MAIL:            mfayad1@uic.edu

 

II.              EDUCATION:

 

1998-2000:   Full-time student in two-year of Post Graduate Endodontics, Department of Endodontics, Collage of Dentistry, University of Illinois at Chicago.

 

1996-1998:   Full-time student in two-year Advanced Education General Dentistry Program at Eastman Dental Center, University of Rochester NY.

 

1992-1995:   Ph.D. in Endodontics, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University. Joint supervision (channel system) between School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo and Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1992-1994:   Master Degree in Oral Sciences, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1989-1991:   Masters Degree in Dental Medicine and Surgery (M.S.) (Endodontics), Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1980-1985:   Bachelor of Dental Medicine and Surgery (BD.’S.), Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

III.  EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

       

2000- Present: Director of Endodontic research,  Endodontic department,

collage of Dentistry, UIC

 

          2000- Present:   Assistant Clinical Professor, Endodontic department,

collage of Dentistry, UIC

 

1997-1998:         Endodontic Clinical Instructor, General Dentistry Clinic, Eastman Dental Center, University of Rochester, NY. (Part-Time volunteer appointment).

 

1996-1999:   Assistant Lecturer, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1996-1998:   Research Assistant Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1993-1995:   Clinical Assistant Professor, Endodontic Department, School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1993-1995:   Research Assistant Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1991-1993:   Clinical Instructor, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1988-1990:   Resident, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1986-1987:   House officer, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

IV.  TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

 

A.  Postgraduate Teaching:

2000-present:    Course director of Endo 615 “ current literature review” for second year postgrads.

 

1994-1995:   Lecturer in (Lasers in Endodontics), School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1991-1993:   Assistant Lecturer (Advanced Endodontics) for postgraduate students, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

 

 

B.  Undergraduate Teaching:

2000- present:   Undergraduate Endodontic clinic, Endodontic department, collage of Dentistry, UIC

 

1993-1995:   Clinical Instructor, Junior clinic, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1993-1995:   Clinical Instructor, Senior clinic, School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1993-1995:   Preclinical Instructor (Sophomore), Endodontic technique lab., School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

1990-1992:   Clinical Instructor, Junior clinic, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1990-1992:   Clinical Instructor, Senior clinic, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

1989-1992:   Preclinical Instructor (Sophomore), Endodontic technique lab., Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

C.    Continuing Education:

 

May 2007: University of Rochester New York: 2 Days hands on CE (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation: Dental operating microscope in Endodontics: Non surgical and surgical application.

 

 

March 2006: University of Rochester New York: 2 Days hands on CE (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation: Dental operating microscope in Endodontics: Non surgical and surgical application.

 

December 2002: Egyptian Association of Endodontics: (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation: Three days hands on CEC on Dental Operating Microscope “ From access to obturation”

 

May 2001:    Weclow Annual presentation”, University of Illinois at Chicago, Collage of Dentistry. (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation: One-step apexification / Lasers in dentistry.

 

May 2001:    Maurice Annual presentation”, University of Illinois at Chicago, Collage of Dentistry.

 

Presentation: Warm vertical compation techniques.

 

April 1994: School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo. (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation:     Update of lasers application in Endodontics.

 

October 1993: School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo. (Guest speaker)

 

Presentation:Lasers in Dentistry (Present and Future).

 

 

V.    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

 

A.    Scientific Presentations:

 

April 2007: American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in Philadelphia). Guided Tissue Regeneration in Periradicular Surgical Endodontics: Improving the Prognosis of Periradicular Surgery

 

February 2007: Mid Winter CDS meeting: Windy city lecture series: Decision making and clinical tips in non surgical and surgical Endodontic Retreatment. (Guest speaker)

 

November 2006: Greater New Dental Meeting: Endodontic failures revisited: “Changing the approach” (Guest speaker)

 

March 2006: American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in Hawaii)  Decision making and clinical tips in non surgical and surgical Endodontic Retreatment.

 

June 2005: GAED study club (Alecante, Spain) The use of the dental operating microscope in endodontics. (Guest speaker)

 

June 2005: Decision making in endodontic post treatment disease, changing the approach.  Non-surgical versus surgical treatment.

 

July 2004: Universitidad Latina de Costa Rica “The application of the dental operating microscope in non-surgical and surgical endodontics” (Guest speaker)

 

July 2004: Universitidad Latina de Costa Rica “Rotary instrumentation and warm compaction obturation” (Guest speaker)

 

February 2003: Mid winter meeting, Chicago, Illinois “Management of Necrotic Immature teeth with wide open apex”. (Guest speaker)

 

April 2003: American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in Tampa, Florida) New Technology in Endodontics: Where is the evidence ?

 

February 2002: Mid-winter meeting “Coolidge presentation”

New Technology in Endodontics

 

April 2002:   American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in Chicago)

LAS: One-step apexification. “An alternative to Ca(OH)2 apexification”.

 

March 2001: American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in New Orleans).

Research Presentation: PDL cell attachment to CO2 laser irradiated dentin.

 

 

May 2000:    American Association of Endodontists (AAE conference in Hawaii).

Table Clinic: One-Step Apexification.

 

May 1999:    University of Illinois at Chicago.

CEC:      An Update of lasers application in dentistry.

 

February 1998:  Mid winter meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Table clinic: Ni-Ti Vs St.St. instruments and instrumentation.

 

March 1994: American Association of Dental Research (ADR meeting), Seattle, WA.

Poster (I):    The effect of low energy CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability.

 

Poster(II):    Removal of the smear layer using low energy CO2 laser irradiation.

 

March 1994: Great lake Biomedical Laser Group (Toronto University)

Presentation:     Transient relief of dentin hypersensitivity after CO2 laser irradiation. (Guest speaker)

 

November 1993: Laser Symposium (Eastman Dental Center)

Presentation:     The effect of low energy CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability and ultrastructure.

 

January 1993:    Eastman Dental Center

Presentation:     The effect of CO2 and Nd-YAG laser irradiation on pulp, dentinal permeability and ultrastructure.

 

B.  Private Practice:

 

1986-1990:   General Dentistry

 

2000- Present:   Practice limited to Endodontics

 

C.  Association Memberships:  

 

1995-Present:    American Association of Endodontists (AAE)

 

1987-Present:    Egyptian Dental Association

 

2000 - Present:  American Dental Association

 

2000 – Present:  Chicago Dental Society.

 

VI.  PUBLICATIONS:

 

A.    Articles:

 

1.     Franklin S Weine, Fayad, M.I. Long term evaluation of endodontically treated teeth with improper restorations. Endodontic Practice Journal . 2007, February; 10 (1) 23-26.

2.     Fayad; M.I., Montero; M.J. Multiple vs. one-step apexification. Dental Tribune International. 2004

 

3.     Fayad, M.I., Hawkinson, R. Effect of CO2 laser on PDL attachment to resected root surfaces. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 2004, April; 97(4): 518-23

 

4.     Satlock J, Fayad MI, BeGole E, Bruzick M. Evaluation of the canal cleanliness and smear layer removal after the use of the Quantec-E irrigation system and syringe: a comparative scanning electron microscope study. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod. 2003, Nov;96(5):614-7.

 

5.     Fayad, M.I., J.M. Carter and Liebow, C. Transient Effects of Low-Energy CO2 Laser Irradiation on Dentinal Impedance: Implications for Treatment of Hypersensitive Teeth. J Endodon 1996; 22, No.10: 526-531.

 

6.     Fayad, M.I., and Liebow, C. Transient effect of CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability. J. Dent. Res. 74:195, 1995) (San Antonio, Tx.)


 

7.           Fayad, M.I., Cavaretta, G., J.M. Carter and Liebow, C. The effects of low energy CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability. J. Dent. Res. 73:341, 1994   

8.           Cavaretta, G., Fayad, M.I., McCormak, S. and Liebow, C. Removal of smear layer by CO2 laser. J. Dent. Rs. 73:341, 1994.

 

9.           Gresla, T., Fayad, M.I. Nickel Titanium versus Stainless Steel Instrumentations. Accepted for publication, Journal of Illinois state Dental Society

 

10.   Fayad, M.I., and Liebow, C. Permanent Effects of Low-Energy CO2 Laser Irradiation on Dentinal Permeability and Ultrastructure. In preparation for J. Dent. Res.

 

11.   Fayad, M.I., J.M. Carter, J.B.D. Featherstone and Liebow, C. CO2 Laser Irradiation of Dentin Alters its Electrical Impedance. In preparation for J. Dent. Res.

 

B.  Thesis:

 

1.     The effect of low and high energy CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability, ultrastructure and pulp. (Fulfilling the requirements leading to a Ph.D. In Endodontics, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.


 

2.     The effect of low energy CO2 laser irradiation on dentinal permeability, ultrastructure. (Fulfilling the requirements leading to a Master Degree in Oral Sciences, School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo.

 

3.     The effect of blood and plasma on the composition of three root canal cements (In-Vitro study). (Fulfilling the requirements leading to a Master in Endodontics, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.

 

 

 

VII  AWARDS:

 

The Michael G. Buonocre Award presented by the Rochester Section of the American Association For Dental Research  (March 5, 1997)

 

VIII.        GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

1.     Funding through the American Association of Endodontics (AAE) for the amount of $ 20,000 for a two-year prospective clinical study evaluating one appointment versus two appointments treatment for necrotic teeth.

2.     Funding through the American Association of Endodontics (AAE) for the amount of $ 27,000 for stem cell research.

a.     Perforation Repair Using Pulpal Stem Cells and a Collagen Scaffold.

b.    Regenerative Dentinogenesis Apexification Using a Dental Pulp Stem Cell / PLGA Scaffold Complex

3.     Funding through the American Association of Endodontics (AAE) for the amount of $ 2,500 (Pilot study)

a.     Biological markers for odontogenic periradicular periodontitis

 

Channel System Fellowship from the Egyptian Educational Bureau for studies in the U.S.A. (between Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University and School of Dental  Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo) leading to a Ph.D. degree in Endodontics (Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University) (1992-1994) ($ 30,000).

 

 

IX.  QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:

 

A.  Qualifications:

 

1.     Part I (American Board of Endodontics)

 

2.     Certificate in Endodontics (Endodontic Department, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University).

 

3.            NorthEast Regional Boards (NERBS).

 

4.            Illinois Dental License.

 

5.            Endodontic specialty license in the state of Illinois

 

 

 

B.  Skills:

 

Language: Arabic: (native language), English (Excellent), French (good).

 

C.  Activities:

 

Tennis, soccer and swimming, sailing.

 

 

X.    REFERENCES:

 

Dr. Christopher S. Wenckus, D.D.S, F.I.C.D

Chairman, Endodontic Department

      Collage of Dentistry

      University of Illinois at Chicago, 60612

 

Dr. Johnson R. Bradford, D.D.S, F.A.G.D.

      Diplomate of the American board of Endodontics

      Program Director

      Post Graduate Endodontics,

      Collage of Dentistry

      University of Illinois at Chicago, 60612

     

Dr. Ming Shi Levine, D.D.S, M.S.

Chairman, Endodontic Department

School of Dental Medicine

State University of New York At Buffalo

Buffalo, NY 14501

     

      Dr. Charles Liebow, D.M.D., Ph.D.

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

School of Dental Medicine

State University of New York At Buffalo

Buffalo, NY 14501

 

Dr. Hans Malmstom, D.D.S

            Program Director

            General Dentistry

            Eastman Dental Center

            University of Rochester, NY 14618