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Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin
Attended Baghdad University College of Medicine
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Me, shaking hands with Mušḫuššu at the "Processional Street," ancient Babylon city, Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Babylonian period, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 605-562 BCE. 
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Dr.Osama, I googled Hazar Merd cave when i opened the wikipedia page of it i found that its written by you ,, like x 100000 ,, + 100000
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A roaring/striding lion from the throne room of Nebuchadnezzar II at Babylon. Glazed bricks. Lions of the "throne room" can be distinguished by their raised tails. From Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Babylonian periods, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-563 BCE. The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A roaring/striding lion from the throne room of Nebuchadnezzar II at Babylon. Glazed bricks. Lions of the "throne room" can be distinguished by their raised tails. From Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Babylonian periods, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-563 BCE. The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A WINGED BULL FOR SENNACHERIB PALACE: The manufacturer and transport of a colossal stone bull (lamassu) from Balatai to Nineveh.
These panels show the story as a whole. The entire sequence contain 7 (or may be 8) separate scenes but many panels are now lost. They formed part of the decoration of Court VI in the South-West palace at Nineveh, carved about 700-692 BC. The panels are (from right to left, when you enter the room of Nineveh, at the British Museum):
1. Lost panel. 1a. At the quarry.
2. Leaving the quarry. 2a. Bringing equipment (panel now lost).   
3. Royal inspection (King Sennacherib stands in his rickshaw and watches the work).
4. Approaching the river.
5. Approaching the palace.
      
The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A close-up view of a roaring/striding lion from the throne room of Nebuchadnezzar II at Babylon. Glazed bricks. Lions of the "throne room" can be distinguished by their raised tails. From Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Babylonian periods, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-563 BCE. The British Museum, London. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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A close-up view of the face of a roaring/striding lion from the processional street at Babylon. Glazed bricks. From Babylon, Mesopotamia, Iraq. Neo-Babylonian periods, reign of Nebuchadnezzar II, 604-563 BCE. Ancient Orient Museum/Istanbul Archaeological Museums, Turkey. My Nikon D90 camera. ©Osama S. M. Amin.
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Education
  • Baghdad University College of Medicine
  • Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
    FRCPI
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    FRCP(Glasg)
  • Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    FRCP(Edin)
  • American College of Physicians
    FACP
  • American Hear Association/American Stroke Association
    FAHA
  • Neurology Board
    MD
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Consultant Neurologist
Introduction
I'm a consultant neurologist, Board-certified in neurology, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, FRCP(Glasg); Fellow of the American College of Physicians, FACP; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, FRCPI; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, FRCP(Edin); and Fellow of the Stroke Council of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, FAHA. I have published more than 50 articles in neurology in international peer-reviewed journals and 5 self-assessment books for the MRCPUK/MRCPI examinations.  

Links:
1. My articles at Google Scholar Citations:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=hNj7TAsAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&pagesize=100

2. My PubMed articles:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=amin+os

3. My ResearchGate page:
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Osama_Amin2/publications/

4. My ResearherID page at Thomson Reuters:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/G-6926-2014

My Books:
1. @LuLu Inc.:
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/dr_osamaamin

2. @The Royal Society of Medicine Press:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Get-Through-MRCP-Part-BOFs/dp/1853158232/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1396342811&sr=8-2-fkmr2&keywords=get+through+mrcp+part+I+osama+amin  

3. @Colen Publishing, Michigan:
http://www.colenpublishing.com/index.php/ourproducts#!/~/category/id=7126349&offset=0&sort=normal


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