Bio

Professor Of Veterinary Pathology Secretary and Quality Coordinator Of the Department Council Sherein Saied Abdelgayed was born in Cairo, Egypt, in 1971. She received the B. Sc.degree in veterinary medicine from Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, in 1994. She joined the Department of Pathology, Faculty of veterinary medicine, Cairo University as a Demonstrator in 1995. In 1999, she got the M. Sc.degree and became an assistant lecturer of Pathology till 2004 when she received the Ph.D. degree and became a lecturer of Pathology. She is currently an Associate Professor of Pathology and Secretay Of the Department Council, Pathology department, Faculty of Veterinary medicine, Cairo University, Egypt. Dr. Sherein was a member and group leader of the research team of the project entitled “ Establishment Of Economical Protocol For Continuous Production Of Fasciola Antigen Used For Vaccine And Diagnostic Kit Production “ 2004 – 2008. Also she was a member and group leader of the research team of the project entitled " TriNex" "1 December 2013 – 30 November 2016" (Knowledge-Triangle Platform for the Water-Energy- Food Nexus) 544397- TEMPUS-1-2013-1-IT-TEMPUS-JPHES. Dr. Sherein is a Life Member of Egyptian Veterinary Medical Association and Egyptian Veterinary Medical Society of Pathology and Clinical pathology (EVMS), Egyptian Veterinary Medical Association (EVMA),The Egyptian Society for Animal Reproduction and Fertility (ESARF), and Egyptian Global Life Sciences Society (EGLS). Dr. Sherein has sucessfully attend most of the FLDP (Faculty and Leadership Development Project) training courses. She has joined 12 scientific conference since 2008, 4 of them were international, and has got the award of best conference research twice at 2013. In addition to co-chairing the ANIMAL HEALTH workshop under the patronage of Association of Arab Universities, Arab Council For Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Cairo university, Egypt (27/5/2012 to 14/6/2012) and the NECROPSY AND METHODS OF SAMPLING workshop under the patronage of Pathology department and Unit of Ashing Carcasses and Environmental Contaminants, Faculty of Veterinary medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.(16-18 December 2012). She was an oral presentor in the First Scientific Conference Of The Pathology Department; “THE CURRENT CHALLENGES OF THE VIRAL DISEASES IN EGYPT” that held in the conference center of Cairo university, Egypt, 20 june 2012. Dr. Sherein has shared in the supervision of some master and doctoral thesis. She has published about 42 scientific papers 17 of which were puplished in an international journals. She shared in the FIRST RECORD OF MYCOBACTERIOSIS IN THE DUSKY GROUPER(EPINEPHELUS MARGINATUS) FROM MEDITERRANEAN COASTAL SHORES OF MARSA MATROUH PROVINCE, EGYPT that puplished in the 4th Sci. Congr. of Egypt. Soc. For Anim. Manag (Oct., 2010). Dr. Sherein is a member of the Technical Committee (TC) Of Reviewing the Standards And Controls Of The Issuance Of University Book, Member of the Organizing Committee (OC) of The 1st international scientific conference of pathology department, Sheraton dreamland conference center, April 25-27, 2013: www.pathology-cairo-conference.org, Member of the Organizing Committee (OC) of 18th scientific conference of Egyptian Veterinary Medical Society (EVMS) for Pathology and Clinical Pathology, May 28, 2013, Member of the Technical Committee (TC) of the International Conference on Natural Science and Environment (ICNSE 2014), Dubai, UAE during April 4-5, 2014. Website: http://www.icnse.net, Member of the Technical Committee (TC) of the 3rd International Conference on Life Science and Engineering (ICLSE 2014). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during Dec. 13-14, 2014. http://www.iclse.org, and a Senior Member of the Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological& Environmental Engineering Society (APCBEES), Member NO.:100928. www.cbees.org. Dr. Sherein has got the AWARD OF INTERNATIONAL PUPLICATION from Cairo University (CUIPA) twice; in 2013, and 2014. Her main areas of research interest are the different and most recent medical scientific aspects in all animal species to come with the faculty mission “serving our community”.

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