Bio

Dr. El Sabry has been affiliated with Cairo University since 2002, initially as a Teaching Assistant before being promoted to Professor in 2023. He completed his master's degree at Cairo University in 2007 and went on to earn his Ph.D. in 2012 through a joint program between CU and HU, Germany.

After receiving his doctorate, he pursued postdoctoral research at several universities, including Ege University in Turkey (2012-2013), Louisiana State University in the USA (2015-2016), and North-West University in South Africa (2019-2020). He is keeping abreast of the advances in environmental stressors, egg incubation, animal welfare, and poultry genetics-related topics. Dr. El Sabry is a PI and co-PI of 5 international and national research projects and serves on the editorial boards of 3 academic journals. He has supervised numerous master's and doctoral students, who work on the applications of nanotechnology, biosecurity, water scarcity, and poultry welfare. 

He was granted 2 patents in 2014 and 2023 and has published 37 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Cairo University honored him with the CU Patent Award and the CU Encouragement Award for his contributions to agricultural science in 2014 and 2017. He is a member of several scientific societies and NGOs (including the Egypt Red Crescent) and has served as the general secretary of the Egyptian Animal Production Society since September 2019. He also took part in an awareness campaign about avian flu organized by the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture from 2006-2007.

He was the general supervisor of the Al-Sharjah Sports Center and Student Union within the Faculty of Agriculture at Cairo University until November 2021. He was a board member of the Animal Care and Use in Research Committee (2019-2021), and a member of the organizing committee for the joint Conference on “Future of Livestock and Food Security” held from October 31-November 3, 2023 in the Animal and Fish Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt

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