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									                                  Curriculum Vitae
                                               Mohamed,
                      Islam Mohamed Saad Eldin Mohamed, MVSc
                                 Department of Physiology
                             Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
                                    Zagazig University
                                     B.P:44511, Egypt
                             Tel: 002-552-279-003
                                  Fax: 002-552-283-683
                                    islamms@zu.edu.eg


    Education:
     • Bachelor in Veterinary Medical Sciences (B.V.M.Sc.), May 2003. Faculty of
    Veterinary Medicine. Zagazig University. Very Good Grade with degree of
    Honor.
     • Master degree in Veterinary Medical Sciences (M.V.Sc.), Zagazig University,
    May 2007.
    RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS:
•   February, 2004- May, 2007: Demonstrator of Physiology, Department of
    Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt.
•   May, 2007- present: Assistant lecturer of Physiology, Department of Physiology,
    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt.
•   April-July/2008: Visiting researcher in department of Structural Pathology,
    Institute of Nephrology, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences,
    Niigata University, Japan.
•   May-Augustus/2009:       Visiting   researcher      in    department      of
    Theriogenology/Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National
    University, South Korea.
•   September,     2009-    present:  Ph.D.   candidate   in    department    of
    Theriogenology/Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National
    University, South Korea.
    Honors:
•   2001and 2002: Awards of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University, for
    the undergraduate scientific excellence.
•   2004: Honor of Veterinary Syndicate, Zagazig, Egypt, for graduate scientific
    excellence.
   Grant and scholarship Awards:
   2007: ParOwn cycle 0607, from Egyptian Minster of Higher Education and
   Scientific Research (MHESR), entitled Physiology, Pathology and Proteomics of
   Aquaporins, Principal researcher.
   2008/2009: Ph.D. scholarship under Merit Scholarship programme (MSP) from
   the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
   Scientific symposia and seminars:
   •From 1998 to 2002: 5 ZVSA symposia, Zagazig University, Egypt. Topics;
      Rumen gross anatomy, Renal Physiology, CNS Physiology, Encephalopathy
      (BSE), Female reproduction and cloning respectively.
   •July 2008: Studying AQPs family using RT-PCR and immunohistochemistry in
      different tissues of mice, seminar at department of Structural Pathology,
      Institute of Nephrology, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences,
     Niigata University, Japan.
   •March 2009: The crosstalk between Sertoli and Leydig cells; as a tool for
      infertility diagnosis, seminar at department of Physiology, Faculty fo
      Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt.
   Publication:
• Islam, M. S. (2007): Effects of electromagnetic field on some physiological
    parameters in rats. Thesis of Master in Veterinary Medical Sciences from
    Zagazig University, Zagazig University Press.
• Islam, M. S., Fadel, M. A., Hamada, M. Z. and El-Badry, A. A. (2008): Hazards
    from exposure to 50 Hz, 1 Gauss magnetic field on reproduction in male albino
   rats. Egyptian Journal of Basic and Applied Physiology, 7 (1): 85-97.
• Sameh, M., Tamer, I., Islam, S. and Yamamoto, T.: Dehydration- inducible
   changes on the genetic expression of aquaporin family in C57BL/6J mice.
   Approved for publishing in the 6th Scientific conference of the Egyptian Society
   of Physiological Sciences, Nov. 5-8, 2008, Taba, Egypt, 35-51.
   Teaching Experience:
   Graduate students: Veterinary medical students; neuromuscular Physiology,
   cardiovascular Physiology, Respiration Physiology, body fluids and blood
   Physiology, acid-base balance, male and female reproduction
   Postgraduate students: in Diploma of Biochemistry, Diploma of Pharmacology
   and diploma of Theriogenology.
   Memberships in scientific societies:
   Society of Physiological Sciences and their Applications, SPSA, Egypt.
   Member in the Egyptian Veterinary Syndicate.
   References:
1- Adel Elbadry, Professor of Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig
   University, Egypt. E-mail; adelaelbadry@gmail.com
2- Tadashi Yamamoto, Director and Professor, Department of Structural Pathology,
   Institute of Nephrology, Graduate School of Medical and Dental sciences,
   Niigata University, Japan, E-mail; tdsymmt@med.niigata-u.ac.jp
3- Byeong-Chun         Lee,     Head      and   professor,    Department     of
   Theriogenology/Biotechnology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National
   University, South Korea, E.mail; bclee@snu.ac.kr

								
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