Dr. Christian Zammit obtained his medical degree from the University of Malta in 2007. After working for 3 years as a house officer in Mater Dei Hospital he started a Masters Degree in Neurophysiology, which he finished in 2011. He was appointed an Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine and surgery in October 2011. He is currently completing a PhD with the Department of Physiology and Biochemistry on the characterisation of hypoglycaemic injury in white matter.
Dr. Zammit is in charge of teaching Head and Neck Anatomy and Neuroanatomy to second year medical students. He also co-ordinates the Anatomy Skills Practical module for both first and second year medical students.
White Matter Injury
Live brain imaging
ANA1102 - Head and Neck Anatomy for Dental Students