Dr Bekheit has graduated with honors at the University of Alexandria in 2005. He then joined an advanced surgical training program mentored by one of the pioneers of minimal invasive surgery in the whole region. Dr Bekheit received the first part of his surgical training in Alexandria. In 2007 he was appointed as an instructor in minimal invasive surgery at the ALEXEA training center, where at least 11 courses are held per year to cover various advanced skill sets in the different subspecialties of the digestive surgery. In 2008 he moved to Italy to be mentored by one of the pioneers in minimal invasive surgery in Europe where he also was a warded a master degree in minimal invasive surgery. While in Italy, Dr Bekheit visited nearly all the pioneers in minimal invasive surgery in Italy to grasp the advanced tips and tricks. Following his successful journey, Dr Bekheit returned to his home town in 2010 and was appointed as a specialist in minimal invasive surgery in one of the district hospitals were he trained his fellows and residents in general and minimal invasive surgery. He continued to provide support to the advanced training courses in minimal invasive surgery provided by the ALEXEA institute. Dr Bekheit moved to France in 2013 to pursue his PhD in surgical sciences. After completion of his PhD, he is currently settled in UK, practicing minimal invasive surgery. Besides, he still have a part time practice in Egypt, where he runs his private Bariatric and minimal invasive surgical services in several hospitals with international standards. Dr Bekheit is on the editorial board of many scientific journals and he is an active member in the scientific community with many peer reviewed publications. His main research area are dedicated to the minimal invasive surgery, Bariatric and metabolic surgery and liver surgery.
Minimal invasive surgery; Bariatric and metabolic surgery; Advanced HBP surgery; Applications of Intra-operative Ultrasound in liver surgery; Surgical sciences, research, innovation related to clinical surgery.