Throughout my career so far, I have gained a comprehensive range of relevant laboratory skills, plus more specialised molecular biology experience. I have been fortunate to have an insight in to different areas of research, and have therefore been able to develop an interest specifically in infectious diseases. I am highly inquisitive, analytical, and passionate about biological science.
-I am working as an assistant lecturer in Egypt for 4 years, and my responsibilities include:
I am responsible for organizing student rotation and teaching activities, particularly on the diagnosis of viral infections in poultry, and methods of report writing. On-going research activities are organized by myself including ensuring the supply of materials and reagents.
-Plant based vaccines against avian influenza virus
Virological studies on Fowl pox virus (FPV) and Its Vaccine. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University, Egypt. Thesis Master of Virology.
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