Bio

EMAN MOHAMED ISMAIL HASSAAN

Telephone:+201096677980/ +201553826877/ +233876516
Email: dr_eman252@cu.edu.eg/ emanm.ismail252@gmail.com/
Present occupation: Lecturer of Veterinary Hygiene and Management
Field specialization: Animal, Poultry and Environmental Hygiene
Work Address: Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza-12211, Egypt.
1. Academic Education
• Ph.D. (2015) in Animal, Poultry, and Environmental Hygiene: “LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDIES FOR EVALUATION OF DISINFECTANTS AND CHEMICALS USED IN DIFFERENT FISH FARMS”.
• Master’s degree (2012) in Animal, Poultry, and Environmental Hygiene: “EPIICTHYOLOGY AND DYNAMIC OF DISEASE SPREAD IN AQUACULTURE”.
• BVSc., (May 2008): Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University (Very Good, 80.64%) with the degree of honor.
2. Occupations:
• Lecturer of animal, poultry, and environmental hygiene, Department of Vet. Hygiene and Management, Fac. Vet. Med; Cairo University from 23 Jan. 2016 till now.
• Assistant Lecturer of animal, poultry, and environmental hygiene, Department of Vet. Hygiene and Management, Fac. Vet. Med; Cairo University from 11 June 2012 to 23 Jan. 2016.
• Demonstrator of animal, poultry, and environmental hygiene, Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management, Fac. Vet. Med; Cairo University from 8 June 2009 to 11 June 2012.
3. Membership of Association:
• General Union of Veterinarians
• Member of Egyptian Society of Animal Welfare.
• Egyptian Society of Aquaculture.
• Member of the Scientific Committee of Vet. CU. IACUC (Veterinary Medicine Cairo University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
• Member of the scientific research team for the development of Lake Qarun, Al-Fayoum Governorate 2016-2019; for implementing a scientific strategic plan for solving aquatic lake Qarun problems regarding isopod infestation.
• Assistant coordinator of students and graduates’ files, Quality and Accreditation Ensuring Unit, Faculty of Veterinary Med. Cairo University from 2016 till now.
4. Teaching responsibilities
4.1. Undergraduate students
• Participation in theoretical and practical teaching for students of the 4th and 5th level, Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine- Cairo University, for the following courses:
o Veterinary Epidemiology (402)
o Environmental Hygiene and Pollution (505)
o Animal Hygiene (506)
o poultry and aquaculture hygiene (507)
• Participation in the theoretical and practical teaching of the same courses for students of the 4th and 5th level from Qatar and Libya in Arabic- in Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management -Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University.
• Participation in the practical teaching of Animal hygiene Course (300) in Arabic, for the faculty of Agriculture, Cairo, and Ain-Shams University till 2016.
• Participation in preparing the theoretical and practical notes for the same courses.
• Participation in the work of examinations, correction, and oral committees for these courses, Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine- Cairo University.
• Participation in the summer training course (559) for students of the fifth level Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Cairo University.
4.2. Postgraduate students
• Participation in teaching Master and Ph.D. courses for the postgraduate students of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine- Cairo University for the following courses:
o VHM 3327 (Combatting Epidemic Diseases), for Ph.D. students.
o VHM 3328 (Incidence and spread of epidemic diseases), for Ph.D. students.
o VHM 3329 (Advanced Animal Hygiene), for Ph.D. students.
o VHM 3337 (prevention the occurrence and spread of epidemic diseases) for Master and Ph.D. students.
• As well as participation in the work of the examinations for these courses, Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Management- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Cairo University.
5. Learning skills (Participation in Training Courses and workshops):
A. Professional Training Courses:
1. Attending and passing the global classroom of (MIEH 607 course), risk-based approach to ensure global food safety and security; a collaboration between the University of Maryland, U.S.A and Cairo University, Egypt, July 2018.
2. Attending the course of “Nanotechnology Application in Veterinary Field”, Animal Health Research Institute (AHRI), Giza, Egypt, 17-18th April 2018.
3. Attending the First workshop in “Uses and applications of Real-time quantitative PCR”, National research center (NRC), Cairo, Egypt, 16-18th January 2018.
4. Attending a symposium in “Advances in the biochemistry and its applications”. December 20, 2017- National research center (NRC), Cairo, Egypt.
5. Attending the First workshop in “Biosafety and bioregulation in microbiological laboratories” in the frame of the German- Egyptian project:” strengthening the co-operation on biosecurity and biosafety with Egypt 2017 to 2019, 29th October 2017 at Animal Reproduction Research Institute (ARRI), Giza, Egypt.
6. Attending and completing 18.5 hours course on “Laboratory animal science and methods of animal Experimentation”, animal welfare in the lab. animal use, FELASA category B, Cairo University, Aachen international University and AAALAC International association (association for assessment and accreditation of laboratory animal care), 10-12th April 2017.
7. Attending and completing “Training of trainers in the care and use of animals in research”, held and authorized by FLDC, Cairo University, 8-13th April 2017.
8. Organizing a course entitled “How to establish a vet clinic”, Training and Development Unit, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, 10th November 2016.
9. Attending the training course of “Water quality methods of diagnosis and treatment of fish diseases and basics of applied and clinical nutrition in aquaculture”, held by Department of Pathology, 17-20 May 2015.
10. Participating in teaching the practical session entitled “monitoring of water quality in fish farms”, in the training course of “Water quality methods of diagnosis and treatment of fish diseases and basics of applied and clinical nutrition in aquaculture”, held by the Department of Pathology, 17 May 2015.
11. Participating in the training course on water quality held by Center of Applied Analytical and Veterinary Studies (CAAVS), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, 2014.
12. Participating in hygiene session of training workshop “Impact of Aquatic Animal Diseases on the Aquatic Environment: Health, Ecological and Epidemiological perspectives”, The Egyptian Society of Environment and Aquatic Animal Health held in the department of Fish Hygiene and Management, May 2013.
13. Attending the workshop entitled “Investigating the possible roles played by shrimps, freshwater crayfish and fish in the spread of Avian Influenza (H5N1) at the Egyptian territory” workshop of Cairo University Research project, under the theme of Influenza pandemics and aquatic animals: Ecological and Epidemiological Perspectives, Feb. 2012.
14. Attending a workshop on “Research methodology, ethics, scientific writing, and presentation technology”, held in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, May 2010.
15. Attending the Basic course of “time management- planning- mind mapping- communication skills- leadership”, Zedny, summer 2007.

B. Academic training workshops in Faculty and Leadership Development Centre (FLDC), Cairo University, since August 2009 till now where, Attendance and meeting the standards required for completion of different training courses.
6. Research Interest
General Specific research field
Animal, poultry, aquatic and environmental hygiene

Specific Research interests

- Epidemiology and Environmental Microbiology
- Aquatic ecosystem, biodiversity, aquaculture hygiene, and management.
- Epiicthiology and disease spread in the aquatic environment.
- Ecotoxicology and biosafety.
- Water quality, treatment, and recycling.
- Testing of microbicidal effectiveness of natural and synthetic compounds.
- Biosecurity, Food Safety, and the safe production of safe animal, poultry, fish, besides their products.
- Role of Wildlife in disease spread among different ecological niches.
- Lowering contamination levels of mycotoxins and their uptake through the food chain.

7. Projects
1. Participating in a research project in partnership with the Department of Bird and Rabbit Disease, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine: “Mycotoxicosis, the Natural Potent and Immunosuppressive Carcinogen of Veterinary and Public Health Concern”, (2018-2020); the project funded by the Science and Technology Fund Sector at Cairo University, Egypt.
2. Participating in a research project in partnership with the Department Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine: “Epidemiological Studies on Isopod infestation among marine fishes in Egypt with preliminary control and prevention trials”, (2017-2019). The project funded by the Science and Technology Fund Sector at Cairo University, Egypt.
8. Publications
1. Ismail, E.M.; Kadry, M.; Elshafiee, E.A.; Ragab, E.; Morsy, E.A.; Rizk, O.; Zaki, M.M. Ecoepidemiology and Potential Transmission of Vibrio cholerae among Different Environmental Niches: An Upcoming Threat in Egypt. Pathogens 2021, 10, 190. https://doi.org/ 10.3390/pathogens10020190
2. ZM Nawar, SA Ahmed, GK El-Iraqi, EM Ismail, HS Khalefa, SH El-Mosalamy. (2019). Impacts of corncobs as an alternative litter material on broiler welfare reared in deep litter system. International Journal of Veterinary Science; 8 (4), 289-293.
3. NE Mahmoud, MM Fahmy, MM Abuowarda, MM Zaki, E Ismael, EM. Ismail. (2019). Influence of water quality parameters on the prevalence of Livoneca redmanii (Isopoda; Cymothoidae) infestation of Mediterranean Sea fishes, Egypt. International Journal of Veterinary Science; 8 (3), 174-181.
4. Nisreen E. Mahmoud, Magdy M. Fahmy, Mai M. Abuowarda, Manal M. Zaki, Eman M. Ismail, and Elshaimaa S. Ismael. Mediterranean Sea fry; a source of isopod infestation problem in Egypt with reference to the effect of salinity and temperature on the survival of livoneca redmanii (isopoda: cymothoidae) juvenile stages. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology, Vol.49, No. 1, April 2019 J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol. (JESP), 49(1), 2019: 235 – 242.
5. Shimaa A.E. Nasr, Elshaimaa Ismael, Samah E. Laban, Eman M. Ismail, Mohamed M. Hamoud, Manal M. Zaki, Osama M.K. Zahran, (2018). Effectiveness of Some Disinfectants Commonly Used in footbaths inside Poultry Farms. Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science.11 (9):1-6.
6. Abdulrahman M. Gamal, Iman Ismael, Elshaimaa Ismael, Samah Elsaid, Manal M. Zaki, Osama K. Zahran, (2017). Assessment of footbaths in biosecurity program I. Antibacterial Effectiveness of Foot Baths Commonly Used in Poultry Farms”. “3rd Annual Congress on Pollution and Global warming” to be held during October 16-18, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
7. Eman M. Ismail, Hamoud M.M. and Kaoud, H.A. (2017). Conference paper “Eco-toxicological and bactericidal effectiveness evaluation bioassay of some commercial disinfectants in aquaculture”; the 14th scientific conference (6th international) of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary medicine: Economy, Biosecurity and Public Health, Cairo University, January 28th -31st, 2017.
8. H.A. Kaoud, Eman M. Ismaail, M.A. Khalf and T.F. Ismail (2016). Incidence of Silent AI Virus in Relation to Vaccination and Biosecurity Level in Some Broiler Farms of Egypt. European Journal of Academic Essays 3(7): 260-266.
9. H.A. Kaoud, M.A. Khalf, T.F. Ismail and, Eman M. Ismaail (2016). Pro and Retrospective Epidemiological Situation of Avian Influenza in Egypt. European Journal of Academic Essays 3(7): 254-259.
10. Ismail E, Kaoud HA, Hamouda M and Abu-Ela N (2015). Bactericidal effectiveness of some commercial disinfectants against Aeromonas hydrophila and Vibrio vulnificus. Ew J Microb Res 1(1): 9-15.
11. Hussein A. Kaoud, Sayed N. Abou Elgheit, Eman Ismael, Salah Yousseif (2013): Efficacy of some aquaculture disinfectants enhanced by silver nanoparticles against Fecal enterococci, Ps. Putida and Flavobacterium columnare, The Journal Of veterinary science. Photon 114: 227-234.

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