Karim Mohamed Khalil

was born on January 1, 1988 in Egypt. He received his Bachelor and Master degree in 2010 and 2013 respectively, all from Cairo University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Giza, Egypt. Since May 2015 he has continued his research toward a Ph.D. as a visiting scholar in the laboratory of Professor Rex A. Dunham at Auburn University, AL, USA. Currently, he is Lecturer in faculty of veterinary medicine, Cairo University.

He has authored/coauthored many research publications. His research interests include Gross anatomy, micro anatomy, Embryology, Molecular embryology and Gene editing. 
He had a professional experience in using gene editing tools and mutation detection techniques.

He has been teaching veterinary anatomy and embryology courses since 2010. His teaching tasks includes: Dissecting and teaching the anatomy of domestic animals which it serves in clinically significant features in surgery and internal diseases, Preparation of museum plactinated specimens and skeletons, Using corrosive Casts and latex injection techniques in studying of blood vessels. Preparation of histological slides and microscopic image analyses.

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