Prof Hesham Kozou | Auditory and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Prof. Hesham Kozou | Auditory and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Prof Hesham Kozou Sebastin is a distinguished academic and researcher in the field of renewable energy, holds a PhD in Biosystems Engineering from Kangwon National University, South Korea. His academic journey has been marked by a profound dedication to advancing solar energy technologies, specifically in solar thermal harvesting and its integration into agricultural and architectural applications.

Professional Profiles:

Professional Experience

Dr. Kozou’s expertise as a Professor of Audio-Vestibular Medicine at Alexandria University is backed by significant roles as Head of AVM Unit and Visiting Researcher at the Cognitive Brain Research Unit, University of Helsinki. His leadership at the Alexandria Ear Hospital and Hearing and Balance Diagnostic Center showcases his clinical proficiency.

πŸ’» Information Technology

Dr. Kozou’s multifaceted career includes directorial roles in ICT Medical Center, coordination of telemedicine centers, and contributions to digital health programs. His tenure as CIO at Alexandria University’s ICT Department highlights his influence in technology-driven healthcare solutions.

πŸ“š Academic Involvement

He’s been deeply engaged in academia, contributing as an Executive Editor, committee member, and academic supervisor. His role in various educational programs, including medical informatics and digital libraries, reflects his commitment to modernizing medical education.

🌐 Global Publications

Dr. Kozou’s extensive list of international publications on auditory processing, hearing physiology, and neurological disorders underscores his significant contributions to the scientific community.

πŸŽ“ Continuous Learning

His commitment to learning is evident through numerous courses in vestibular rehabilitation, auditory electrophysiology, computer sciences, telemedicine, and medical education technology.

πŸ”¬ Research Interests

Dr. Kozou’s research interests encompass a wide spectrum from molecular biology in hearing to digital transformation and e-health solutions, showcasing a diverse yet specialized focus.

πŸ“œ Supervisory Role

Overseeing 53 theses since 2012 indicates his mentorship and academic guidance, contributing significantly to the next generation of medical professionals. Dr. Hesham Saad Mohamed Kozou’s profound impact on Audio-Vestibular Medicine, coupled with his pioneering efforts in integrating technology into healthcare, positions him as a leader at the intersection of medicine and information technology.


πŸ“ŠΒ Citation Metrics (Google Scholar):

  • Citations by: All – 388, Since 2018 – 185
  • h-index: All – 7, Since 2018 – 7
  • i10 index: All – 7, Since 2018 – 6
Publications Top Note :

The correlation between central auditory processing in autistic children and their language processing abilities

paper published in 2014 cite by 36

Development of an Arabic test for assessment of dyslexia in Egyptian children

paper published in 2008 cite by 33

Report on the world health organization global observatory for eHealth strategic planning workshop, April 2008

paper published in 2008 cite by 23

Evaluation and remediation of central auditory processing disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders

paper published in 2018 cite by 28

High frequency audiometry in tinnitus patients with normal hearing in conventional audiometry

paper published in 2018 cite by 6

Assessment of cervical and ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potentials in migraine patients

paper published in 2020 cite by 4

Otoacoustic emissions and contralateral suppression in tinnitus sufferers with normal hearing

paper published in 2020 cite by 4