Karim Shokry is a dedicated microbiologist with 5 years of experience in the field. He received his master degree in Microbiology from the University of Cairo, Egypt. The master thesis was about cloning and expression of Breast cancer markers. The master thesis was a segment of an important research project about the use of gold nanorods in the treatment of beast tumors by plasmonic photothermal therapy. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Cairo University

Karim's research targets various aspects. One of them is the study of Brucella infections in different animals and the fingerprinting of Brucella isolates from Egyptian camels. Another research interest is the study of Helicobacter infections and the evaluation of different diagnostic tools His work has been published in numerous high-impact journals. He is interested in many scientific trends as phage therapy, and microbiome studies. 

In addition to his work as a teaching assistant, Karim is an active member of the university community. He has served on several committees and has organized and participated in various academic events.

Karim is committed to excellence in teaching and learning, and is dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals. His expertise in Laboratory techniques and his passion for teaching make him a valuable asset to the university community.