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Nema Abdelhameed Mohamed

 

Dr. Nema Abdelhameed Mohamed

 

Assi. Prof. of Animal Physiology, Interests and areas of research: Study the effect of chemical pollutants , carcinogens and toxic substances on physiological and biochemical parameters in experimental animals with the possibility of using the natural products and extracts of plant to identify their therapeutic effects in addition, the impact of these extracts on experimental animals infected with diabetes and obesity and several diseases and other health symptoms in order to contribute to the enrichment of the fields of applied science, medical, pharmaceutical, and that with respect to human beings. Qualifications: Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University (PhD. Animal Physiology, 1999, MSc. Zoology 1994, BSc. Zoology 1988).

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