Bio

Name: 

Enas Ahmed Abd El-Haleim

Title:

Lecturer Dr.

Department:

Pharmacology and Toxicology

E-mail:

enas.ahmed@pharma.cu.edu.eg

Website:

www.fopcu.com

Mobile:

+2 01002487296

Phone:

+202 23745854

  • Education
  • Academic Degrees
Bachelor

Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science, 2005, Faculty of Pharmacy,  Cairo University

Master

Master in pharmacology, 2010, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University

PhD

PhD in pharmacology, 2016, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University

  • Research interest

1-      Pharmaceutical Science

2-      Central nervous system, Brain, Dementia

3-      Gastrointestinal system, Liver, Non alcoholic steatohepatitis

Teaching

 

Course Title

Undergraduate Courses

(General Program)

303 Pharmacology I   

304 Pharmacology II

305 Pharmacology III

306 Biostatistics and Biological Standardization of Drugs

307 Toxicology

Undergraduate Courses (Clinical Program)

PO 701 Pharmacology1

PO 802 Pharmacology-2

PO 906 Clinical Pharmacology

Postgraduate Courses

Experimental Pharmacology

Applied Pharmacology

Drug Discovery and Drug Design

Career History and Professional Experience

Titles

Demonstrator of Pharmacology,  Pharmacology & Toxicology Department Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, 2005.

Assistant Lecturer of Pharmacology, Pharmacology & Toxicology Department, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, 2010.

Lecturer of Pharmacology, Pharmacology & Toxicology Department, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, 2016.

Publications and Presentations

Abd El-Haleim EA, El-Sayed NS, Kenawy SA. Neuroprotective Effect of Thyme and Ginger Extracts on Scopolamine-Induced Dementia in Rats. 2nd Scientific Conference of Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University "Quality Assurance in Pharmacy Education" 2010.

Abd El-Haleim EA, Bahgat AK, Samira S. Resveratrol and fenofibrate ameliorate fructose-induced NASH in rats by modulation of liver and adipose tissue expression of genes. The 12th Congress of the EACPT, Madrid, Spain 2015; 27–30.

Abd El-Haleim EA, Bahgat AK, Samira S. Resveratrol effect on fructose-induced NASH: a mechanistic approach. Inter J Dev Res 2015; 5(09): 5532-5541.

Abd El-Haleim EA, Bahgat AK, Samira S. Effects of combined PPAR-γ and PPAR-α agonist therapy on fructose induced NASH in rats: Modulation of gene expression. Eur J Pharmacol 2016; 773: 59-70, DOI: 10.1016/j.ejphar.2016.01.011.

Abd El-Haleim EA, Bahgat AK, Samira S. Resveratrol and fenofibrate ameliorate fructose-induced NASH by modulation of genes expression. World J Gastroenterol 2016; 22(10): 2869-3068, Doi:10.3748/wjg.v22.i10.2931

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