Dr Jundi qualified from Damascus University School of Medicine in 1980. Then, at the height of the Lebanese Civil War, he moved to Beirut, Lebanon, to undertake surgical training at the American University of Beirut (AUB), which, at the time, was the largest Trauma Centre in the Middle East, dealing with enormous numbers of war injuries. He moved to the UK in 1985, and continued with his surgical training, until he chose a career in Emergency Medicine. Having completed his training, he was appointed as a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in January 2000, where he still works. His specialist interests include Major Incident and Disaster Management, Resuscitation Training, and Medical Education.
Ayman has now undertaken Course Leader responsibilities for Disaster Medicine, and is involved in research, teaching and knowledge transfer through the various educational activities involved in this course.
Ayman is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine of 20+ years of experience. He is an Instructor on a number of speciality courses, and is actively involved in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education. He brings along his hard-earned, hands-on experience in disaster management, gained through his work with a charity delivering humanitarian aid and medical care in a conflict zone.
- Medical Diploma (M.D.), Damascus University School of Medicine, Damascus, Syria, 1980
- Master of Science (M. Sc.) in Neuroscience, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, 1983
- Fellowship of the Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Glasgow (FRCSGIasg.), May 1993
- Fellowship of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM), April 1999
- Disaster Medicine
- Health care delivery in a conflict zone
- Training of health care professionals in a conflict zone
- Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Syria Relief Charity