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Dr Syed graduated with distinction from Dow Medical College (DMC) in 2000;. She has also completed internships in Pakistan Internal medicine as well as Gynaecology & Obstetrics. She has taught as an Associate Professor at All Saints School of Medicine (ASUM, 2006), teaching Pathology and Clinical medicine to 4th year medical students in the USA and Canada.
She passed the Medical Council of Canada and the United States medical licensing exams and volunteered for psychological counselling of new immigrants and refugees. In 2008, she was employed by the United States Department of Defence as a psychological SME and was deployed to Iraq with the US Army. In this role, being in charge of the psychological support program, she provided mental health support to Iraqi prisoners of war/detainees and helped reintegrating them back into the society. She also completed externships at the US Army Combat hospitals and volunteered for The American Red cross.
In 2012, she was employed by Adelaide Metro Mental Health and since then she has been working in Australia as a mental health doctor. As a mental health doctor, she provided services to Modbury Hospital (Woodleigh House), NE Community Mental Health, Lyell McEwin Hospital and Northern Community Mental Health, Eastern Community Mental Health and covering afterhours psychiatry ED at Glenside Hospital and the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Qualifications and Experience
- 2000 - Bachelor Of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Dow Medical College