Dr. Muhammad Saad is a seasoned ophthalmologist and medical writer based in Islamabad, Pakistan. He completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the Federal Medical and Dental College, Islamabad, and quickly advanced his career by passing the FCPS-1 Ophthalmology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan on his first attempt.
Saad's passion for research and education is evident from his tenure as a Medical Scholar at Dr. Najeeb Lectures. His dedication to ophthalmology led him to join Al-Shifa Trust Eye Hospital, Rawalpindi, where he served as a Medical Officer and then as an Ophthalmology Resident. His deep understanding of the field made him a sought-after medical writer for the Ophthalmology Breaking News since January 2022.
An author of repute, Dr. Saad penned "Osama's Ophthalmology Notes for FCPS-1, 2nd Edition", a reference that has been instrumental for aspiring ophthalmologists. His expertise isn't just limited to ophthalmology; he's distinguished himself in fields like Gynae & Obstetrics and Paediatrics. Saad also boasts expertise in medical tutoring, research, and exam setting.
As a researcher, Dr. Saad has several notable publications under his belt, including work on 3D printing technology in orthopedic therapies, analysis of patient profiles in IgG4-Related Orbital Disease, and studies on the stigma in adolescents receiving mental health care.
In addition to his academic and clinical pursuits, Dr. Saad is a founding member of the Pakistan Society of Young Ophthalmologists (PSYO), underscoring his commitment to nurturing the next generation of medical professionals in the country.