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د.سعاد الديحان

Dr. Sooad Khalaf Al-Daihan
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[align=left]-Personal information:

Name: Sooad Khalaf Al-Daihan

Nationality: Saudi

Present status: Assistant professor

Address: Biochemistry Dept.- College of Science- King Saud University B.O.BOX: 22452- Riyadh 11495
Tel: 4785447 Ext:1390

Fax: 4769137
e-mail: sdaihan @ ksu.edu.sa

-Academic Qualifications:

1- BSc in Biochemistry- Biochemistry Dept.- College of Science- King Saud University.

Date of Graduated: 1995-1996.

2- PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology- College of Medicine- Southampton University.

Date of Graduated: 17/12/2001.

-Position held:

1- Assistant professor- Biochemistry Dept.- College of Science- King Saud University since 8/7/1423.

2- Head, in charge, of Biochemistry department (Girls section), Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh, 9/5/1428.



-Administrative activities:

1- Member in the environmental committee, Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh, (1423-1424)

2- Member in academic supervision, Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh.

3- Supervisor of the Central Lab, Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh, 16/4/1424-16/4/1426.

4- Member in courses time table committee, Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh.

5- Member in postgraduate student committee, Biochemistry department, Center for Science and Medical Studies for Girls, King Saud University, Riyadh, 1424-1425.

6- Member in the demonstrators committee, Biochemistry department, King Saud University, Riyadh, 11/1/1428.



- Workshops and conferences:

1- Workshops:

1) Radiation course- University of Southampton- England- 1997.

2) Resentation skills and oral communication- Southampton University - England on 11/2/1998.

3) The world of work in Southampton University on January 2000.

4) Contribute in the workshop held in King Saud University on 14-15/2/1425.



2- Conferences and Symposiums:

1) Tetrapyrrole discussion group meeting, held in London on 7/1/1999.

2) Contribute in the symposium held in Southampton University on 2000.

3) Contribute in the symposium held in Southampton University on 2001.

- Research activity:

1) Principle investigator in the project “Sublethal concentration of plant molluscicides for disturbing schistosome life cycle”

-List Of Publication :

1) Shoolingin-Jordan, P.M., Al-Daihan, S., Alexeev, D., Baxter, R.L., Bottomley, S.S., Kahari, I.D., Roy, I., Sarwar, M., Sawyer, L., and Wang, S.F. (2003) 5-Aminolaevulinic acid synthase: mechanism, mutations and medicine. BBA-Proteins and Proteomics, 1647, 361-366.



2) El-ansary, A., Al-Daihan, S. (2005) Stage-specifically expressed schistosome proteins as potential chemotherapeutic targets.
Med Sci Monit., 11(3): 94-103. Review.



3) El-ansary, A., Al-Daihan, S. (2006) Aspects of schistosome-Biomphalaria snail interactions as target for antischistosome drugs. Med Sci Monit., 12(12): 282-292. Review.



4) El-ansary, A., Al-Daihan, S. (2007) Effect of sublethal concentrations of Solanum nigram plant on transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase of Biomphalaria Arabica, molluscan host of Schistosoma mansoni in Saudi Arabia. J.Eygpt.Soci. Parasitol. 37(1):39-50.



5) Al-Daihan, S. (2007) Selected enzymatic activities in control and molluscicides-treated Biomphalaria Arabica snails molluscan hosts to Schistosoma mansoni in Saudi Arabia. J.Appl. Sci. (Accepted)[/align]

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د. عبير الدباس
وكيلة القسم سابقاا
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بروفيسر. أرجمند وارسي

prof. Arjumand S. Warsy
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NAME: Arjumand Sultan Warsy

TITLE: Professor

PLACE OF BIRTH: Meerut

SEX: Female

MARTIAL STATUS: Married

NO. OF CHILDREN: Two

RELIGION: Islam

NATIONALITY: Pakistani / British

PRESENT STATUS/: Professor of Biochemistry,

Address College of Science,

King Saud University,

Department of Biochemistry

P.O.Box 22452,

Riyadh, 11495, Saudi Arabia

aswarsy @ ksu.edu.sa

aswarsy @ yahoo.com

(B) Academic Qualifications

1. B.Sc. 1966

St. Joseph College, Karachi University,

Karachi, Pakistan.


2. M.Sc. 1968

Department of Biochemistry,

University of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan

Project Title:

Biochemical analysis of Maxi‑Pak Indus variety wheat.

3. Ph.D. 1974

Department of Applied Biochemistry & Nutrition

University of Nottingham, U.K.

Title of Thesis

Study of proteinase inhibitors in seeds of Vacia faba (L) (Broad Bean)

4. Fellow of the National Academy of Clinical 1987

Biochemists (FACB)

(C) Positions Held



1. Professor, Department of Biochemistry,

College of Science, Sciences & Medical Studies,

Department for Women Students, King Saud Univer*****sity, Riyadh.1991-todate

2. Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry,

College of Science, Sciences & Medical Studies,

Department for Women Students, King Saud Univer*****sity, Riyadh.1985-1991

3. Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry,

College of Science, Sciences and Medical Studies,

Department for Women Students, King Saud Univer*****sity,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1981-1985

4. Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry,

College of Medicine, Sciences and Medical Stu*****dies

Department for Women Students, King Saud University,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1977-1981

5. Post‑doctoral Research Associate,

Department of Biochemistry, University of Bir*****mingham,

Birmingham, U.K. 1973‑1975

6. Commonwealth Scholar

Department of Applied Biochemistry and Nutrition

University of Nottingham, Nottingham, U.K. 1970‑1973

7. Lecturer,

P.A.F. College, Peshawar, Pakistan. 1968‑1970

(D) Administrative Responsibilities

1. Vice Head (Wakila), Department of Biochemistry (Female Section)

College of Science, Sciences and Medical Stu*****dies

Department for Women Students, King Saud University,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1990-1994

2. Coordinator, Female Section of Biochemistry,

College of Medicine, Sciences and Medical Stu*****dies

Department for Women Students, King Saud University,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1979‑1981

3. Head, Chemistry Section,

P.A.F. College, Peshawar, Pakistan. 1969‑1970

(E) Professional Affiliation

Member, The Biochemical Society, U.K.

Member, American Association of Clinical Biochemistry, USA

ember, New York Academy of Sciences, USA.

Fellow, International Research in Science and Technology.

Fellow, National Academy of Clinical Biochemists, USA.

Member, Thalassaemia International Federation.

Member, Research Board of Advisors, The American Biographical Institute, USA.

(F) Other Activities


A. Committees


1. Member, Examination Committee

Biochemistry Section, College of Medicine,

Sciences and Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1977-1981


2. Member, Curriculum Committee

Biochemistry Section, College of Medicine,

Sciences and Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1979-1981


3. Member, Equipment Committee

Biochemistry Section, College of Medicine,

Sciences and Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1979-1980


4. Academic Advisor

Department of Biochemistry, College of Science,

Sciences and Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1985-todate



5. Member, Curriculum Committee

Department of Biochemistry, College of Science,

Sciences & Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1985-todate


6. Member, Library and Higher Studies Committee,

Department of Biochemistry, College of Science,

Sciences & Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1985-Todate


6. Member, Laboratory Committee,

Department of Biochemistry, College of Science,

Sciences & Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1999-Todate


7. Reviewer. Reviewed a large number of manuscripts and projects

for various scientific journals and organisations.


B. Boards


1. Secretary, Biochemistry Section,

College of Medicine, Sciences & Medical Depart*****ment

for Women Students, King Saud University,

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1979-1981


2. Member, Board of Academic Supervision,

College of Science, Sciences and Medical Studies

Department for Women Students, King Saud Univer*****sity.

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1983-1986


3. Secretary, Departmental Board

Department of Biochemistry, College of Science,

Sciences and Medical Studies Department for Women Students,

King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 1989-1990



C. Involved in the Organization of the following symposia/Conferences


1. Symposium on DNA Technology & Genetic Engineering in Human Diseases, 16-17 Shaban 1410 (13-14 March 1990)


2. Symposium on Blood Genetic Disorders: Pathophysiology and Management, 15-17 Shawwal 1412 (18-20 April 1992)


3. Symposium on The Medical Genetics in the Setting of Middle Eastern Populations, 11-13 Jumada I 1414 (26-28 October 1993)


4. Symposium on The Epidemiological Transition/Transaction and Health in Developing Countries, 24-26 Jumada II 1415 (27-29 November 1994)


5. Symposium on Human Genetic Diversity in Health and Disease, 5-6 Rajab 1417 (16-17 November 1996), College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


6. Symposium on Genetic Diseases in Arab Populations - A Wealth of Indicative Information. 23-24 November, 1997, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


7. The First Gulf Symposium on Genetic disorders. 25-26 November, 1997, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


8. First Regional Symposium on Ethical and genetic Counselling Issues, to be held on 13-14 November, 1999, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

9. 8th Symposium on Genetics in Health and Disease, “Status, Implicit and Implications for the Individual and Community”. College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2-4 November, 2002.

10. 9th Symposium on Genetics in Health and Disease, “Status, Implicit and Implications for the Individual and Community. College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. November 2004

D. Involved in the Organization of the following Courses/Workshops

1. First Postgraduate Course on the Laboratory Diagnosis of Blood Genetic Disorders, 22-26 Shawal 1412 (25-29 April 1992)

2. The First Regional Workshop on (1) Clinical & (2) Laboratory Aspects of Red Cell Genetic Disorders, 18-29 Shawal 1413 (10-21 April 1993)

3. The Second Regional Workshop on (1) Clinical & (2) Laboratory Aspects of Red Cell Genetic Disorders, 26 Shawal - 10 Dhul Qada 1414 (7-21 April 1994)

4. The Third Regional Workshop on Blood Genetic Disorders for (i) Health Care Team and (ii) Patients, 11-16 Jumada II, 1416 (4-9 November 1995)

5. The First Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics, 16-23 Jumada II, 1416 (9-16 November 1995)

6. The Second Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics, 7-10 Rajab 1417H (18-21 November, 1996), College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

7. The Third Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 27 November - 3 December, 1997.

8. The Fourth Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 28 November - 3 December, 1998.

9. First Regional Workshop (Training) on Ethical and Genetic Counselling Issues, to be held on 16-18 November, 1999, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

10. Genetics for All – Partnership in Action [Training Course and Update Workshop]. 16-23 November, 2000, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

11. The Fifth Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics. 24-31 October, 2002, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

12. The Sixth Saudi School on Human Molecular Genetics. 13-18 March, 2004, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

E. Community Lectures to different Ladies Groups

Over 40 different lectures to different ladies groups on different topics.

F. Research

(a) Principal Investigator in the following projects:

1. a1‑antitrypsin phenotypes in healthy and diseased Saudis.

2. Protein polymorphism in Saudis (Financed by RCMSSS).

(b) Co‑Investigator in the following projects:

1. a1‑antitrypsin in patients with bronchiectisis. (Financed by CMRC, King Saud University, Riyadh).

2. Aspects of human haemoglobins and haemoglobinopathies in the Arabian Peninsula (Financed by KACST, Riyadh) - 1982 - 1993.

3. A study of 'Diabetes Mellitus' in Saudi Arabia (Financed by Ministry of Health and KACST, Riyadh) - 1991 - 1994.

4. Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology in Medicine- On the Look for Genetic Markers for Non-communicable Disease. 1999


(c) Supervisor of the Following Masters (M.Sc.) Projects in Biochemistry

1. A study of lipids, lipoproteins and apolipoprotein in Saudis (Ms Mona Khames Al-Dosary ), 1994

2. A study of a1 antitrypsin in health and disease in Saudi population. (Ms Haifa Al Mubarak), 1995.

3. Study of the molecular basis of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency in Saudis (Ms Nada Tasaan), 1995.

4. The prognostic value of some hormonal and biochemical parameters in critical illness (Ms May Al Mohaisen). December, 1998.

5. A study of cortisol lipids and lipoproteins in crticially ill patients (Ms. Abeer Halawani), 1999.

6. The levels of electrolytes in critically ill patients (Ms Amal Abu Makaram),1999.

7. Diagnosis of Leischmaniasis in Saudi population using Polymerase Chain Reaction (Ms AlBandri Al Bakhait), 2002.

8. Variations in leptin levels in relation to other pregnancy hormones during pregnancy in Saudi females (Ms Fatima Al Atawi) 2003

9. Study of leptin is pre- and post menopausal Saudi females (Ms Nashwa Shafiq), 2004.

10. Mutations in leptin receptor gene in obesity – a study in Saudis (Ms Maha Sulaiman) 2004


(d) Co-Supervisor of the following Master (M.Sc.) Projects in Biochemistry

1. A study of Lp(a) in patients cardiovascular diseases (Ms Rihab Nooh), May, 1998.

2. Sickel cell gene and awareness about sickle cell disease in Saudi females. (Ms. Dallal Shea- 2006)


(e) Co-supervisor of the following Ph.D. Projects in Botany

1. Physiologicaly study of Rumex Vesicarius (L)

(Ms May Mohammed Al-Rumaih) 2001

2. Study of the effect of Cadmium on Cowpea in presence and absence of gilberallic acid (Ms Mona Mohamed Al-Rumaih). 2001

(G) Teaching Experience

Over 33 years of experience in teaching Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics to undergraduate and postgraduate studies:

1. Topics taught to undergraduate science studies include:

- Biomolecules

- Enzymology

- Mechanism of enzyme action

- Metabolism (carbohydrate, protein and lipids)

- Integration of metabolism

- Plant biochemistry

- Foreign substance metabolism

- Physical biochemistry

- Food analysis

- Molecular biology

- Immunology

- Endocrinology

- Biomembrane

- Tissue metabolism

2. Topics taught to postgraduate students of science:

- Molecular biology

- Recent advances in metabolism

- Inborn errors of metabolism

- Blood biochemistry

- Mechanism of enzyme action

- Protein targetting

- Research Methodologies

3. Topics taught to undergraduate students of Medicine:

- The entire biochemistry course offered to the students of medicine.

- The entire course on molecular genetics

4. Topics taught to undergraduate students of Dentistry:

- The entire biochemistry course offered to the students of dentistry.

5. Topics taught to undergraduate students of Allied Health Sciences (Nursing).

- The entire biochemistry course offered to the students of Nursing

6. Topics presented during various Postgraduate Workshops: - Introduction to human genet-

- Mode of inheritance in man

- Introduction to human chromosomes

- Chromosome – gene – protein relationship

- Mutagenesis and nature of mutations

- Molecular basis of genetic diseases

- Population genetics

- Molecular basis of cancer

- Molecular basis of multifactorial disorders

- Genetic diversity of immune system

- Genotype-phenotype correlation and gene frequencies

- Molecular epidemiology and genetic markers.

- Genetic basis of disability.

- Genetic engineering.

- Factors affecting frequency of genetic disorders.

- Treatment of genetic diseases.

- Gene therapy.

- Haemoglobinopathies– diagnosis and molecular pathogenesis.

- Thalassaemia- diagnosis and molecular pathogenesis.

- Enzymopathies – diagnosis and molecular pathogenesis.

(h) Distinctions


(i) First class first position for M.Sc degree at Department of Biochemistry, University of Peshawar, Pakistan.

(ii) Awarded Commonwealth Scholarship to study for Ph.D degree in 1970-73.

(iii) Awarded the 20th Century Award of Achievement in the field of Biochemistry and Genetics, by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England.

(iv) Member, Research Board of Advisors, The American Biological Institute, USA.

(v) Nominated for 2004 L’OREAL-UNESCO Awards for Women in Science.

(vi) Honoured Reviewer for Saudi Medical Journal, 2000.

(vii) Shield for Excellence as Staff Member, Department of Biochemistry. From College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh. (1426). 2006[/align]


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د.جين كاجو

Dr.Jane S N Kaggwa

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Name: Jane Sarah Nabulime Kaggwa

Nationality: Ugandan

Education and Qualifications:

PhD., Nutrition ( 1982) University of Cambridge, UK.

MSc., Biochemistry ( 1977 ) Makerere University, Uganda

BSc., Biochemistry and Chemistry ( 1973 ) Makerere University, Uganda

Employment:

December 1986 to Date: Assistant Professor

Biochemistry Department

College of Science

King Saud University

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

October 1982 to October 1986: Lecturer in Biochemistry

Chemistry Department

University of Zambia

March 1977 to October 1978 Lecturer in Biochemistry

Makerere University, Uganda

July 1973 to March 1977 ResearchAssistant

Biochemistry Department

MakerereUniversity, Uganda

Research Experience:

PhD: Studies on Glycosaminoglycans and Collagen in Experimental Protein- Energy Malnutrition.

Supervisor: Dr. W A Coward

MSc. Studies on Total and Free Acids of Tsetse Fly,Glossina

Morsitans, during development.

Supervisors: Professor A.J. Lutalo-Bosa and Dr. W.A. Stafford.

Msc. Research Projects Supervised:

1. Aflatoxin Metabolites in Human Urine and Liver in Zambia. ( 1986 ) by Lee Ann Dil

Msc. Thesis, University of Zambia.

2. Aflatoxin Metabolites in Relation to Protein-Energy Malnutrition

in Zambia. ( 1987 ). By Derina S. Samuel

Msc. Thesis, University of Zambia.



Fellowship Awards

July 1973 to July 1975: German Academic Exchange Service

( DAAD) Award for Msc. research

at Makerere University, Uganda.



October 1978 to September 1981: World Health Organisation

Fellowship for PhD. in Nutrition at

the University of Cambridge, UK.

Professional Society.

Member of the British Biochemical Society[/align]

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د. عفاف الأنصاري

Dr. Afaf Kamal El-Din El-Ansary Hatem

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Name : Afaf Kamal El-Din El-Ansary


Sex : Female


Date of birth : April 29, 1952


Nationality : Egyptian


Marital Status : Married


Employment : Professor, Biochemistry Department, King Saud University.


Address : Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, King Saud University,Science college ,Biochemistry Department, P.O Box 22452 Riyadh 11495

e-mail : afafkamalhatem @ yahoo.com

: aelansarynrc50 @ hotmail.com


DEGREE AWARDED


B.Sc. (1974) : Biochemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.


M.Sc. (1980) : Biochemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.

Ph.D. (1990) : Biochemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.

POSITION HELD

1976-1982 : Assistant researcher, Medicinal Chem. Dept.NRC Egypt.


1982-1987 : Demonstrator, Biochem. Dept. Faculty of Science, KSU.

1987-1990 : Assistant lecturer, Medicinal Chem. Dept. Nat. Res centre. Egypt.


1990-1992 : Researcher, Medicinal Chem. Dept. NRC.

1992-1994 : Assistant professor, Biochem. Dept. Faculty of Science KSU.

1994-1995 : Researcher, Medicinal Chem. Dept. Nat. Res. Centre


1995-2000 : Associate professor, Medicinal Chem. Dept. Nat. Res. Centre.


2000-2001 : Professor, Medicinal Chem. Dept. Nat. Res. Centre, Egypt.


2001-2001 : Professor, Faculty of Education, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia


2001- Now : Professor, Biochem. Dept. Faculty of Science, KSU.

MEMBERSHIP

-Secretary of the Middle Eastern Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry.


-Member of the Union of Arab Biologist.


- Member on board of the Society "Voice of Mentally Retarded."


-Member In the Egyptian Society for Parasitology.



REVIEWER PANELS:

Recorded in the international reviewer panels of:-


- Medical Sience Monitor Journal, New York.

- FEBS Letters – Elsevier.


- Journal Acta Tropica

CONFERENCES PARTICIPATED

- The SRP International Conference on Schistosomiasis March, 12-16, 1995, Cairo, Egypt.


- 35 th IUPAC Congress, 14-19 August 1995-Istanbul-Turkey.


- 3 rd International Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries, Nov., 19-23, 1995, Cairo, Egypt.


- Al-Azhar First International Conference on Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Technology and Biological Sciences , Dec., 19-21, Cairo, Egypt.


- 3 rd International Congress of the Union of Arab Biologist, 3-8 Nov., Sent Cathrin, Egypt.


- 7 th International Congress of the Egyptian German Society of Zoology, 3-6 April, 1997, Aswan, Egypt.



-36 th IUPAC Congress, 18-23 August, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland.


-International Congress On Molecular Genetics, Feb., 21-25, 1998, Cairo, Egypt.


- The SRP International Conference On Schistosomiasis, March, 15-19, 1998.


-8th International Congress Of the Egyptian German Society of Zoology, 29-31 March, Tanta, Egypt.

List of Publication



1-Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. I- Isolation and base composition determination of ribonucleic acid (RNA). Cell. Mol. Biol. 26,85-88 (1980).


2- Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. I- Isolation and base composition determination of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Cell. Mol. Biol.26,455-458 (1980).


3- Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. III- Chemical modification through incorporation of 5-bromouracil into deoxyribonucleic acid. Cell. Mol.Biol. 27, 185-203 (1981).


4- Genetic studies on freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. IV- Gamma radiation as physical mutagen on deoxyribonucleic acid.. Cell. Mol.Biol. 27, 275-277(1981).

5- Selected enzymatic activities in freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for human schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol. 35(2),181-185 (1989).


6- Kinetic properties of two transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase in freshwater snails, specific intermediate hosts for human schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol.36(4),375-381 (1990).


7- Measurement of some selected enzymatic activities in infected Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.36(6),367-372 (1990).


8- Inhibition of lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme associated with anaerobic respiration in schistosomiasis intermediate host snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.37 (1),1-7 (1991).


9- Variation of transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase in irradiated Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Cell. Mol.Biol.37 (4),385-390 (1991).


10- Measurement of some hydrolytic enzymes in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. Cell. Mol. Biol.37(3),309-314 (1991).


11- Comparative enzymatic studies on 5-azacytidine pre-treated Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry, 25,1-15 (1992).


12- Comparative studies on some hydrolytic enzymes of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails specific intermediate hosts for schistosomiasis. J. Biol. Med. Sci. Ther.8 (4),1-7 (1992).


13- Effect of magnesium and urea on glucose and glycogen content in schistosomiasis intermediate hosts. Bull. NRC. Egypt, 18 (1),49-54 (1992).


14- Mini review: Metabolic end-products in parasitic helminthes and their molluscan intermediate hosts. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 101B,499-508.


15- Succinate DCPIP and NADH-fumarate oxidoreductases in freshwater snails susceptible and non-susceptible to schistosoma infection. Cell. Mol. Biol 38(2), 131-134 (1992).


16- Synthesis and effect of new tetrahydronaphthyl pyrazolines on carbohydrate metabolism in Bilharzia snails. Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ.30(3) 24-31 (1992).


17- Spectrophotometric and electrophoretic determination of the effect of copper sulphate and bayluscide on some enzymatic activities in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Bull. NRC. Egypt, 18 (3),173-188.


18- Kinetic potentials of certain scavenger enzymes in freshwater snails susceptible and non-susceptible to schistosoma infection. Cell. Mol. Biol.39 (4),449-454.


19- Comparative metabolic study of three potent organophosphorous insecticides in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),101- 109 (1993).


20- Effect of some organophosphorous insecticides on amylases and cellulases in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),183 -188 (1993).


21- Synthesis of some Thiazolidianone and Pyrazolidinones of possible inhibitory effect on Biomphalaria alexandrina snails enzymatic activities. Egypt. J. Bilh. 15(1,2),171-181 (1993).


22- Biological aspects of controlling snail hosts of bilhaziasis using wild and cultivated plant extract. Annals of agri. Sci. Moshtohor 30 (3), 1531-1539 (1992).


23- Potential of certain organophosphorous insecticides to Biomphalaria alexandrina snails and their stability in the aqueous solution. Bull. Fac. Agri. Cairo 44 (2), 433-444 (1993).


24- Observations on the use of dursban as a molluscicide on some biological processes in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Pharm. Sci., 35(1-6), 539-552 (1994).


25- Effect of excess vitamin C on certain biochemical parameters in laboratory bred Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Pharm. Sci., 35(1-6), 477-487 (1994).


26- Review: Factors affecting natural selection between helminthes parasites and their molluscan intermediate hosts with special reference to schistosoma. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 108 B,397-415 (1994).


27- Screening of two pyrazolopyrimidines for schistosomicidal activity and their effect on serum transaminases of albino mice. Egypt. J. Bilh.16, 201-210 (1995).


28- Alkaline phosphatase and 5- nucleotidase activities and levels of calcium and phosphorus in tissue of some freshwater snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.17, (1995).

29- Kinetic properties and sensitivity to methotrexate inhibition of dihydrofolate reductase in freshwater snails target and non-tareget to schistosoma infection. Egypt. J. Bilh.17, (1995).


30- Kinetic responses of lactate dehydrogenase and two transaminases during developmental stages of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.17, (1995).



31- Mechanism of action of acylurea flufenoxuron on larvae of the egyptian cotton leaf worm Spodoptera littoralis. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool. 21,27-47 (1996).


32- Comparative studies on polysacharases of freshwater snails target and non-target to schistosoma parasite. J. Union Arab Biol. 6(A),21-33 (1996).


33- Trace elements profile and kinetic studies of pyruvate kinase in freshwater snails target and non-target to schistosoma parasite. Egypt. J. Bilh. 18,27-38 (1996).


34- Some properties and specificity of deoxyribonuclease and ribonuclease of freshwater mollusks hosts and non- hosts to schistosoma parasite. . J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool. 24 (A),35 -47 (1997).


35- Elucidation of the role of specificity, development and exposure to trematode infection on citrulline, arginine and nitrite levels in freshwater snails. Bull. Egypt. Soc. Physiol. Sci.17(1), 87-97 (1997).


36- On the factors affecting natural selection between schistosoma parasite and their molluscan intermediate host. . J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool . 26 (D), 87-102 (1998).


37- Kinetic responses of adenylate degrading enzymes in muscles of freshwater snails, molluscan hosts for schistosoma species and a trial to disturb using saponins. Bull. NRC, Egypt, 24,59-73 (1999).


38-Effect of alkaloids and saponins of plant origin on of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails. Egypt. J. Bilh.21, 125-144 (1999).


39- HPLC analysis of free amino acids in Biomphalaria alexandrina snails under the influence of larval parasitic infection and starvation. Egypt. J. Bilh. 21, 34-51 (1999).


40- SDS_PAGE –separated tissue proteins of Biomphalaria alexandrina in the presence and absence of Schistosoma mansoni infection. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (1), 125-136 (2000).


41- Schistosoma mansoni: Susceptibility of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails to Schistosoma mansoni infection: correlation with activity of certain glycolytic enzymes. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (2), 547-560 (2000).


42- Sublethal concentrations of Ambrosia maritima (Damsissa) affecting compatibility of Biomphalaria alexandrina snails to Schistosoma mansoni infection through disturbing the glycolytic pathway. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. 30 (2), 809-819 (2000).


43- Effect of carnosine administration on certain metabolic parameters in bilharzial- infected hamsters. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. (2001).


44- Biochemical study on Dimethoate chronic toxicity in rats and the protective effects of different diets. Med. J. of Cairo University . 69, 151-159 (2001).


45- Effect of schistosomal infection and its treatment with Curcuma longa extract on some bioenergetic parameters in mice livers. Bull. NRC, Egypt, 26(1), 61-69 (2001).


46-In vivo, attenuation of schistosome cercarial development and disturbance of egg laying capacity in Biomphalaria alexandrina using sublethal concentration of plant molluscicides. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol, 31(3),657-669 (2001).


47- Effects of carnosine on bilharzial infestation in hamsters : biochemical and histochemical studies. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 131 (B), 535-542. (2002).


48- On the pathogenicity of attenuated Schistosoma mansoni cercariae released from metabolically disturbed Biomphalaria alexandrina. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 33 (3). 777-794 (2003).


49- Review: Biochemical and immunological adaptation in schistosome parasitism. Comp. Biochem. Physiol 136 (B), 227-243 (2003).


50-Antibilharzial evaluation of different extract of Hydrangea hortensis. Bull. Fac. Pharm. Cairo Univ. 41(3),(2003).

51- Review: Stage-specific expression of schistosome proteins as potential target for drug design. Medical Science Monitor (2005).


52- Important aspecte of Schistosome – Biomphalaria interactions as target for antischistosome drug . Medical Science Monitor (Accepted) (2006).[/align]

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د.هويدا نونو

Dr. Howaida Attia Ali NouNou

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Name : Howaida Attia Aly NouNou

Nationality : Egyptian

Qualification : Ph.D in Biochemistry


e-mail : drhan2008@yahoo.com.

Marital Status : Married

Education :

1- Bachelor in Medicine & Surgery in November 1986 with a very good degree and honors grade from faculty of medicine. Alex. University

2- Master Degree in biochemistry in June 1995 with a very good degree from faculty of medicine ,Alex. University.

- First semester was physiology and passed with excellent grade.

- Thesis was a study of tumor markers in cancer prostate.



3- PhD in biochemistry in June 2001 from faculty of medicine Alex. University

My Research was on the study of different methods for early detection of patient at risk of diabetic nephropathy before microalbuminuria .






Experiences :


1- Intern in Alex University hospitals for one year.



2- General practitioner in laboratories of MOH for one year.

3- Demonstrator in biochemistry in the laboratory Of biochemistry in faculty of medicine Alex University for six years (six session per week each of two hours for a class capacity of 100 students).

4- Assistant Lecturer in biochemistry for six years. (Biochemistry Dept.,Faculty of Medicine , Alex.University).

5- Lecturer in biochemistry department , faculty of Medicine, Alex University for six years.

(Four lectures per week for a class capacity of 500 students).

6- Assistant Professor in Biochemistry Dept. Faculty of Medicine - Alex. University.

7- I was teaching all topics of biochemistry including Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Purine & pyrimidine metabolism, Vitamins, Minerals, Hormones, Enzymes, Immunology, Hematology and Molecular Biology.

8- Assistance professor in Biochemistry Dept. in faculty of science, King Saud University. Since 1/1/1425 until now.



9- Dental courses for faculty of dentistry King Saud University. Including the following:

· Connective tissue and bone biochemistry.

· Teeth chemical composition and metabolism.

· Biological apatite.

· Oral environment.

· Dental diseases (caries, plaque, gingivitis and periodontal disease).

· Pulp diseases (pulpitis and abscess).



Special Experience :

1- The master degree was in the study of tumor markers(Prostatic Specific Antigen (PSA), Prostatic Acid Phosphatase ( PAP),B-Glucurinidase ) in serum and fine needle biopsy in cancer prostate & Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).



2- The Ph.D. was in the study of different methods for early detection of patient at risk of diabetic nephropathy before Microalbuminuria.

3- Experience in all biochemical techniques specially in Radioimmunoassay (RIA) ELISA , Hemoagglutination technique , atomic absorption spectrophotometer , electrophoresis and Chromatography.


Training Courses :

1- Fundamentals in teaching in Alex University.

2-Preparatory course for PhD degree in 1996, which include fundamental in computer, statistics, radiology, endoscopies, immunology, genetics, clinical pathology and electron microscope.

3- Seven courses in faculty and leadership developmenet project (FLDP).

4- A molecular bilology course in faculty og medicine- Alex. University.

Membership :

- Member of Egyptian Biochemistry association.

- Member of Egyptian Physicians Syndicate.

Activities :

1- Attendance of the annual scientific conference in faculty of medicine Alex University.

2- Attendance of workshop in molecular biology in faculty of medicine Alex University.

Conferences:

1- Attendence of Third Saudi Science Conference ( New Horizons in Science and Their Applications in 2007).

2- Attendence of the sixth annual international heamatology conference and the first annual heamatology laboratory technology meeting in King Abdulaziz Medical City.

Research Intrest :

Medical Biochemistry, tumour markers, enzymology and

protein biochemistry and immunochemistry and cytokiens.

Published researches:

1- Maha M Deif, Aida A Korish, , Howaida A Nounou. Role of H2 receptors in the regulation of vascular endothelial growth factor level in expremintal peptic ulcer rats. Bulletin of Alexanderia faculty of medicine, 2007;43 (1): 169-174.

2 - Azza hassan , Howaida Nounou. Measurement of adiponectin and resistin levels in elderly type-2 diabetic pateints. The Alexanderia medical journal , 2004; 46 (4): 1096-1121.

3- Manal El Sorady , Howaida Nounou , Shaden Muawia. Matrix metallprotinase-9 , tissue inhibitor of metallprotinase-1 , and trasforming growth factor-B in chronic myloid leukaemia. Clinical and prognostic significance.


Journal of medical research institute, 2004; 25 (1): 94-106.

4- Amal Ghanem , Aymen Sakr , Yasser ammar , Howaida Nounou. T2 relaxation time of the pituitary gland in pateints with Beta-thalassemia and its relation to iron overload and somatic and sexual development.

Bulletin of high institute of public health , 2004; 34 (4): 727-746.

5 - Howaida Nounou , Azza Hassen. Some biochemical risk factors of deep vein thrombosis in type -2 diabetes mellitus. The new egyptian journal of medicine , 2006; 35 (6): 53-61.

6- Seham M El Nakeeb , Mohamed A Mahmoud , Howaida A Nounou. Plasma Ghrelin ,Leptin and Lipid Profile pre and postoperative abdominal subcutaneous lipectomy and liposuction in females with and without diet control.


The scientific journal of Al- Azhar medical faculty (girls), 2003; 24(3): 1447-1460.

7 - Howaida A Nounou , Azza Hassan , Hanan K Abdel Aziz. Activin A and follistatin in chronic heart failure. Bulletin of Egyptian society for physiological sciences, 2007; 27 (1): 109-118.

8- Amal A Mashali , Howaida A Nounou , Gihan M Sharara , Manal H Abdel Aziz. Role of oxidative stress and opoptosis in acute organophosphorus intoxicated pateints. Journal of medical research institute , 2005; 26 (3): 255-263[/align]


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د.نكهت صديقي

Dr. Nikhat Jamal Siddiqi

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Name: Nikhat Jamal Siddiqi

Nationality: Indian

Address:

Present Address

Department of Biochemistry,

King Saud University, PO Box 22452,

Riyadh-11495, Saudi Arabia

Phone: 00966-1-4771548; Extension - 1393

Email: nikhat@ksu.edu.sa

Education;

Ph. D. (Biochemistry): 1997, Dr. R. M. L. Avadh University, Faizabad, India.

Thesis entitled “Studies on oxidative stress/antioxidant defence systems and interferons during malaria infection.”

Supervisor: Prof. Bechan Sharma

M. Sc. (Biochemistry): 1991, University of Madras, Chennai, India.

B. Sc:1989, University of Madras, Chennai, India.

Positions Held;

Sept. 1998-To date: Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Sept. 1994-Sept. 1997 : Senior Research Fellow, Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India.

Sept. 1992-Sept. 1994 : Junior Research Fellow, Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India.

Membership of Scientific Societies

Life member, Indian society for parasitology.

Member, Indian Society of Biological Chemists

Member, Saudi Chemical Society

Member, Saudi Biological Society

Scholarship and Awards

Senior Research Fellowship (National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA) Sept. 1994-Sept. 1997 at CDRI, Lucknow, India.

Junior Research Fellowship (National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA) Sept. 1992-Sept. 1994 at CDRI, Lucknow, India.

Current Research Interest;

Biochemistry of hydroxyproline and collagen in various tissues of animals from different species, heavy metal toxicity, sodium fluoride toxicity. atherosclerosis an dits effect on aortic collagen.

Research Experience

Maintenance of malarial parasite (Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis) in vivo in rodents.

Basic techniques of biochemistry viz., enzymology, electrophoresis, protein purification, etc.

Knowledge of biochemistry of malaria parasite, parasite enzymes and metabolic pathways as possible drug targets, role of oxidative stress in causing pathology, biochemistry of collagen and hydroxyproline.

Other Scientific activities:

Reviewer of manuscripts for the following journals

1. Saudi Chemical Journal

2. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences

3. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology

4. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology

5. Journal of Food Biochemistry

On the editorial board of following journals

1. Asian Journal of Biochemistry

2. Asian Journal of Cell Biology

3. International Journal of Biological Sciences

4. Journal of Biological Sciences

5. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences

6. Research Journal of Parasitolgy

Current advisor to MSc student Eman Al-Omeraini for her project entitled "The effect of sodium fluoride administration on hydroxyproline concentration in rat kidneys".[/align]

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أ.هيفا المبارك

Mrs. Haifa Rashed Al Mubarak
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[align=left]Lecturer in the biochemistry department

( Female section)

Collage of science

Office: 4785447 ext: 1381

e mail: haifarasheid1@hotmail.com

Education:

1987 Bachelor of science in biochemistry

1994 Masters of science in biochemistry

Professional experience:

1987-1994 Denonstrator and acedimic advisor in the biochemistry department

1994-to date Lecturer and acedimic advisor in the biochemistry department[/align]

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أ. رحاب نوح
Mrs. Rehab M Nouh
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College of Sience

Biochemistry Department

Office: 4785447

Ext: 1384

Contact e mail: rmnouh@hotmail.com

PO Box: 10418
Riyadh 11433
Saudi Arabia

Professional Experience
2007- Lecturer in the biochemistry department female section

2005 – 2007 Demonstrater in the biochemistry department female section

1999 - 2005 Worked as both demonstrater and lecturer after completing my masters degree.

1999 Finished my masters degree

Title of the degree: " The effect of the presence of lipoprotein (a) in patients suffering from coronary heart diseases in saudia"


1991 - 1999 Worked as a laboratory technician in the biochemisry department female section.

1989 Finished my bachelor degree from the department of biochemistry ,King Saud Univeristy.[/align]
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أ.عائشه الناصر

Aisha Abdullah AL-Nasser
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[align=left]Lecturer
Department of Biochemistry
College of Science

Office:Ext: 1382

chem5678@yahoo.com
PO Box
Riyadh
King Saudi Arabia[/align]

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