Dr. Abdelmonem A. Hegazy is currently working as Professor of Human Anatomy and Embryology Department in Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University & College of Biotechnology, Misr University for Science & Technology (MUST), Egypt. He is also a Consultant of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility. He is the earlier chairman of the Anatomy and Embryology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University (Egypt); and Professor in King Saud and Majmaah Universities (KSA) 2009-2013 and Misurata, Faculty of Medicine (Libya) 2000. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the following international journals: International Journal of Human Anatomy (USA); Journal of Experimental Medicine and Biology (Singapore) & Women Health and Complications (UK). He is the earlier Editor-in-Chief of Zagazig University Medical Journal (Egypt). He is also a referee member of scientific research submitted for publicizing the professors in Egyptian Universities. He is also Member of International Institutional Review Board – IRB (Hong Kong). He participates in Zagazig University academic, scientific, educational and professional development activities in the fields of medical sciences development, including basic and clinical research, policy implementation, design programs, besides designing and delivering a wide scope of continuous professional development programs, including training, research methodology, scientific thesis and dissertation writing; research proposal, medical ethics, organization’s behavior issues, all with emphasis on system and staff development. He is a member of Institutional Research Board (IRB) unit, Egyptian Medical Syndicate, Egyptian Society of Anatomy, and Postgraduate and Scientific Research Affairs Committee, Faculty of Medicine. He has got many national and international honors and awards. He is also a well-known reviewer/referee/editorial board member in more than 150 international indexed journals. He is a Global Goodwill Ambassador (GGA). He is also an Egyptian Ambassador for International Program for Prevention of Child Abuse ‘My Body is My Body’.