Dear Colleagues,

As the Chair of the conference board of directors, after the great success of the 1st version of BDER conference, it gives me a great pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd Bahrain Diabetes and Endocrine Review Conference, which will be held from 20-21 February 2020 in our beautiful and spectacular Island, Bahrain. The scientific committee has put together a comprehensive program offering plenty of learning opportunities in the growing and exciting field of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. The conference will convene over 2-day program presenting high level scientific content in the State-of-the-art presentations, plenary sessions, and the clinical symposia. We have secured participation of high caliber international, regional, and national speakers delivering cutting edge clinical care to your practices. Furthermore we bring you a neutral interface with the industry in order to present the latest in available therapeutics and technology that will help you provide the best possible care to your patients. The meeting is also a great opportunity to network with colleagues at regional and international level. Bahrain is increasingly popular for travelers who want to savor the distinct hospitality and world-class infrastructure that the captivating country offers. On behalf of the conference board of directors, I look forward to see you and your colleagues for the first meeting of its kind in the country,

Dr Wiam Hussein

Senior Consultant Endocrinologist

Conference Board

Conference Chairman

Wiam Hussien


  • Senior Consultant Endocrinologist, Royal Bahrain Hospital

Board Members

Feryal Ali Alsaber


  • Senior Consultant Endocrinologist
  • Head of Endocrine Unit, Royal Medical Services BDF Hospital

Ghazi Mohamed AlMahroos


  • Consultant Endocrinologist

Husain Taha Radhi


  • Consultant Internal Medicine, Endocrinologist, Salmaniya Medical Complex – MOH

Mona Rushdi Khalil Arekat


  • Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine Vice Dean Clinical Affairs (AGU)
  • Consultant Endocrinologist