After Schooling from Bogra Zilla School and HSC from Bogra Azizul Haque College Dr. SM Abdullah Al Mamun, MD, FCCP completed his graduation (MBBS) from Dhaka Medical College in 1994.
In 1996, he worked as research fellow in Bangladesh medical Research Council. In 1997, Dr. Mamun joined Bangladesh health service after passing BCS examination and in the same year enrolled in MD (Respiratory Medicine) course. In January 2000, he passed MCPS (Medicine from BCPS and January 2003, he obtained MD degree in Respiratory Medicine in the National institute of Diseases of the chest and hospital Dhaka. He attended many international seminars in Respiratory Medicine and presented many scientific papers in home and abroad. In 2006, he honored with FCCP from American college of chest physician. In 2009, he honored with APSR award and went for short fellowship (2 month) in Respiratory and critical Medicine in National university Hospital Singapore. In the same year he has been elected as International Regents of ACCP (American college of Chest physician) from Bangladesh for 3 years and visited USA, sponsored by ACCP and got training in Fibro optic Bronchoscopy. He also attended two training programme of European respiratory society in Barcelona and Viena in 2009 and 2010. In 2010, Dr. Mamun promoted in Govt. service as Assistant professor of Respiratory Medicine and joined to Sher-e Bangla Medical College Barisal. In August 2012, Dr. SM Abdullah Al Mamun completed the prestigious Board Review course of American college of Chest Physician in Phoenix, Arizona. Very soon in August2013, Dr. Mamun has been elected as Global Governor of ACCP from Bangladesh for next 3 years and after than he has been participating as faculty in different Chest congress.
Dr. Mamun is expert in Fibroptic bronchoscopy and Lung function test. He performed more than 4500 fibrooptic bronchoscopy within last 12 years in home and abroad. His main focus of research activity is towards bronchial Asthma. His book on Bronchial Asthma has been published from Germany. Before joining Evercare Hospital Dhaka, he was working in Sher- E- Bangla Medical College Barisal as Assistant professor of respiratory Medicine.