Prof. Muhammad Amber Fareed


Professor of Restorative Dentistry

MSc (London)
PhD (Birmingham), FRACDS (Sydney), FDSRCPS (Glasgow), Dip/MMedEdu (Cardiff, ongoing)

Dr. Muhammad Amber Fareed is a Professor of Restorative Dentistry at GMU College of Dentistry Ajman UAE. He graduated from de’Montmorency College of Dentistry University of the Punjab Lahore Pakistan in 2001. He completed his M.Sc. from the Queen Mary University of London UK in 2005 and gained his PhD from the University of Birmingham UK in 2009. Prof Fareed also holds a couple of prestigious Fellowships from Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons Sydney Australia and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow UK.

Prof Muhammad Amber Fareed is a highly energetic, creative, and committed clinical academician having a passion for research, academia, and clinical excellence. He has a distinguished and sustained record of teaching, research, scholarship and have nurtured dynamic approaches to dental education and learning through creativity. He has demonstrated effectiveness and successful engagement in wider teaching responsibilities and contributed immensely to enhancing students’ learning experience in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical academia. Prior to joining GMU UAE, Dr. Fareed has worked in several academics and clinical positions in the UK, Pakistan, and Sultanate of Oman as a Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor in Adult Restorative Dentistry, Dental Biomaterials Science and Prosthodontics.  Dr. Fareed has published over 30 papers in internationally recognized journals and presented over 35 posters/oral in specialized scientific conferences. His research focus encamps the development and characterization of novel dental biomaterials and clinical applications/evaluation of dental materials, prosthodontics, restorative dentistry, dental implants, digital dentistry, and dental/medical education.

Dr. Fareed is keen in developing national and international collaborations with universities and industry for innovative research and development to grow the basic, clinical, translational, and educational research portfolios.