I am an Associate Professor of Physiology at Faculty of Medicine, The Hashemite University, in JORDAN. I received my bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery (M, B, Ch, B) from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Baghdad, IRAQ in 1977. After serving the internship program I was appointed as a demonstrator in the Department of Physiology, the Faculty of Medicine, University of Baghdad for one year. Then I left to CANADA where I obtained my PhD degree in Physiology from the University of Saskatchewan in 1987. I returned to IRAQ and joined the Faculty of Medicine as a teaching staff and a researcher in the department of Physiology, University of Baghdad where he supervised many M.Sc. students. In 2001 I left IRAQ to JORDAN and joined first the University of Mu’tah where I acted as the Head of the Department of Physiology for many years. Currently I am one of the teaching staff in the Hashemite University. My research interests lie in the field of Physiology and medical education.