Dr. Elmalik is currently a Senior Consultant & Head of Urology at Al Ahli hospital, Doha, Qatar which he joined in2013.
He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum,1973. He joined the Dublin Region Pre-Fellowship Training Scheme in 1977 & Obtained the FRCSI in 1978. He was awarded the Roland Gerard Research Fellowship in Renal Transplantation at The Royal Free Hospital & School of Medicine from 1980-82 & then appointed as a Senior Registrar at the Department of Urology & Transplantation at The Hammersmith Hospital& Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, where he was awarded a National Kidney Research Fund grant. He returned to Sudan in 1985 where he joined in the establishment and Launch of Renal Transplant & Endourology program at Ibn Sina Hospital, Khartoum in 1986. In 1992 he left Sudan & Joined King Saoud University (later King Khalid University) Abha, KSA. He obtained fellowships of the American College of Surgeons, International College of Surgeons, Diploma in Lap Surgery from Strasbourg & is a member of many national, regional & international learned societies.
In 2000 he moved to Doha, Qatar as Head of Urology & Renal Transplant. He was also appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology at the Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar when it was inaugurated.
Dr. Elmalik’s research interests focused on cellular mechanisms of renal allograft rejection & enhancement and moved on over the years to encompass many other urological interests including BPH, Urethral reconstruction & Urolithiasis.
He was actively involved in teaching, education & Residency training programs at Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha, Qatar. He was awarded many honors including Stars of excellence, Best teacher awards and recognition from the Minister for Health as a pioneer in Renal Transplant in Qatar. He had the honor of performing Renal Transplants for Sudanese Musical Icon Mohamed Wardi, Poet & Diplomat Sidahmed Alhardallu, among many. He still keeps his ties with Ibn Sina hospital Sudan in training young urologists.