Mr. Loune received his Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Imaging from Thomas Jefferson University in 2004. There he earned the Mallinckrodt Award of Excellence in clinical performance. He also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, which was obtained at the University of Choib Doukali in Morrocco. Mr. Loune was the primary instructor for the Cardiovascular Imaging Program at Sanford-Brown Institute for seven years, during which he received ‘Instructor of the year’ three years in a row. Along with his current position as an Instructor for Allied Health Academy, he is the lead Cardiovascular Sonographer at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. His work includes performing transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and vascular studies including; PVR, carotid duplex, abdominal aorta, lower extremity arterial, upper extremity arterial duplex and lower extremity venous Doppler. He is the Clinical Instructor at the Northeast Campus where he teaches fellows and sonography students clinical imaging procedures, techniques, and protocols. He has used, and is proficient with, various types of ultrasound equipment and holds certifications in CPR, RDCS (AE), RVT, RCS, RVS, and Pediatric Echocardiography.