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Curriculum Vita

 

Dr. Mikky Abdullah Amoudi

Professor of parasytology and entomology

Department of Zoology –College of science B.O. Box 2455

King Saud University – Riyadh 11451

 

 

(Part I )

 

(Personal Data)

 

NAME: Professor Mikky Abdullah Amoudi

Birth Date: 1942

Citizenship: Saudi

Sex: Male

Academic Rank: Professor

 

Education:

1)    Bachelor of Science, Zoology and Chemistry, College of Science, King Saud University – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Graduation Date: 27/2/1387 H,  5/6/1967.

2)    High (Graduate) Diploma ( Biochemistry), High Institute of Health, Rom, Italy.

Graduation date: 3/12/1388 H, 31/1/1969.

 

3)    Master of Science (M.S.), Faculty of Science, Utah State University, Utah, U.S.A.

Graduation Date: 4/8/1401 H, 6/6/1981, M.S. study program included both coursework and thesis research.

Thesis Title: “Evaluation of Three Insect Chemosterilants (Hempa, Thiotepa, and 2,5 Dichloro-2,4 Dinitro Benzenesulfon-anilide) For Their Potential as Anticoccidial Agents in Chickens and Mice".

Thesis Advisor Name: Dr. Nabil Youssef

 

    4) Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.), (M.S.), Faculty of Science, Utah State University, Utah, U.S.A.

           Graduation Date: 18/10/1403 H, 28/7/1983.

             Dissertation Title: "Taxonomy and Distribution of the Stratiomyidae (Diptera) of the Intermountain                         Region of  Western United States".

Dissertation Advisor Name: Dr. Wilford Hanson

 

     5)  Area of Specialization: Taxonomy, distribution and the biology of coccidia and Diptera

 

 

(Part II )

 

(Academic Qualifications and Administrative Contribution)

 

1- Academic Qualifiations:

     1) Professor, Department of Zoology, King Saud University, from 18/5/1415 H, 23/10/1994 till retirement.

     2) Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, King Saud University, from 14/2/1409 - 17/5/1415H,

                                            25/9/1988 to 22/10/1994.

3)Assistant Professor, Department of Zoology, King Saud University, 27/10/1403 - 13/2/1409 H,

                                       30/8/1983 - 14/9/1988.

4) Graduate Study in the United States of America, 1396 – 1403 H,

5) Teaching Assistant,  Department of Zoology, King Saud University, 1393 - 1396 H,

                                       1973 - 1976.

6) Graduate Study in Britain, 1389 – 1393 H, 1969-1973.

7) Graduate Study in Italy,     1388 – 1389 H, 1968-1969.

8) Teaching Assistant, Department of Zoology, King Saud University, 1387 - 1388 H,

                                       1967 - 1968.

 

 

(Part III )

 

 

I. SCIENTIC ARCTICLES PUBLISHED IN REFREED JOURNALS:

 

1)      Amoudi, M.A. (1985).  Evaluation of two insect chemosterilants   (Hempa and thiotepa) for their effect on Eimeria vermiformis infection in mice. Arab Gulf J. Scient. Res., 3(2) , 691-703.

 

2)      Amoudi M.A. (1987). Isospora elmahalensis. n.sp. (Apicomplexa, Eimeriidae) as a parasite of the White-Cheeked Bulbul (Pycnonotus leucogenys) in Saudi Arabia. J. Protozool., 34 (1) : 26-27.

 

3)      Amoudi, M.A. (1987).  Eimeria tahamensis n.sp. (Apicomplexa, Eimeriidae) from the Arabian quail (Coturnix delegorguei arabica). J. Protozool., 34 (4): 455-456.

 

4)      Amoudi, M.A. (1988).  Evaluation of two insect chemosterilants   (Thiotepa and 2,5 Dichloro-2,4 Dinitro-   Benzenesulfon-anilide) for their potential as coccidiocidal agents in chickens. Arab. Gulf. J. Scient. Res., Agric. Biol. Sci., B6 (1): 129-137.

 

5)      Amoudi, M.A. (1988). Two new species of Isospora from     Indonesian birds. J. Protozool., 35 (1): 116-118.

 

6)      Amoudi, M.A. (1988). Two new species of Eimeria from Peacocks (Pavo cristatus) in Saudi Arabia. J. Protozool, 35(4): 546-548.

 

7)      Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M.  (1988). Tabanus riyadhae (Diptera: Tabanidae), a new species from Saudi Arabia. J. Med. Entomol., 25(5): 399-401.

 

8)      Amoudi, M.A. (1989). New records of Tabanidae (Diptera) from southwest Saudi Arabia with some aspects on their descriptions and biological information. J. Biol. Sci. Res., 20(1) 115-127.

 

9)      Amoudi, M.A. (1989).  Two new species of Isospora from the       desert skink (Chalcides ocellatus) from the Egyptian Desert. J.         Protozool., 36(3): 237-238.

 

10)    Amoudi, M.A. (1989). Two new species of Eimeria (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the Saudi Arabian gray monitor (Varanus griseus). J. Sci. Res. 11 (2 & 3): 72-81.

 

11)    Amoudi, M.A.,  Diab, F.M. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. (1989).  The        occurrence of Megaselia scalaris (Loew). (Diptera: Phoridae) in Saudi Arabia with some aspects on the life history and distribution in Riyadh Province. J. King Saud Univ., 1, Science (1,2): 43-51.

 

12)    Amoudi, M.A. (1990).  The life cycle of Isospora elmahalensis in   the White-Cheeked Bulbul (Pycnonotus leucogenys). Bull. Inst.         Zool. Academia Sinica, 29(4): 265-272.

 

13)    Elsen, P., Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M. (1990).First record of    Glossina fuscipes fuscipes Newstead, 1910 and G. morsitans           submorsitans Newstead, 1910 in Southwestern Saudi Arabia. Ann.    Sco. Belge Med. Trop., 70: 281-287.

 

14)    Elsen, P., Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M. (1991). A propos de la decouverte, en Arabie Saoudite, de deux especes de mouches tse-tse vectrices de trypanosomiases humaines et animales. Rev. Med. Liege 46: 225-231.

 

15)    Amoudi, M.A., Diab, F.M. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. (1991). Zaprionus indiana (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in Saudi Arabia and the effect of temperature on the life cycle. J. King Saud Univ., 3 Science (2): 111-121.

 

16)    Amoudi, M.A. (1992). Three new species of Isospora (Apicomplexa, Eimeriidae), from the White-Cheeked Bulbul       (Pycnonotus leucogenys) in Saudi Arabia. Zool. Scrip., 21(1): 1-4.

 

17)    Amoudi, M.A.,  Leclercq, M. and Richet, R. (1992). Rearing of a   newly recorded Dipterous Fly Parasarcophaga (Liopygia)          ruficornis (Fabricius) (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from Saudi Arabia   under          laboratory conditions. Pakistan J. Zool., 24(3): 181-186.

 

18)    Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M. (1992). The Horse-Flies from Saudi Arabia, Distribution and Zoogeography (Diptera: Tabanidae). Notes fauniques de Gembloux, 25: 3-5.

 

19)    Amoudi, M.A. (1993). New records of some of Sarcophagid flies with distribution of all known flesh flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) of Saudi Arabia. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 23(1): 297-304.

 

20)    Amoudi, M.A., Diab, F.M. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. (1993).  The         influence of low temperature on development, adult longevity and productivity of Zaprionus indiana Gupta (Diptera: Drosophilidae).       J.King Saud Univ., 5, Agric. Sci., (2): 263-274.

 

21)    Amoudi, M.A. (1993). Effect of temperature on the developmental stages of Wohlfahrtia nuba (Diptera: Sarcophagidae). J.Egypt. Soc.     Parasitol., 23(3): 697-705.

 

22)    Amoudi, M.A., Diab, F.M. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M.(1993).         Effects of larval population density on the life cycle parameters in         Zaprionus indiana Gupta (Diptera: Drosophilidae). Pakistan J.     Zool., 25(1): 37-40.

 

23)    Amoudi, M.A. (1993).  Isospora arabica n.sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the ocellated skink, Chalcides ocellatus (Lacertilia: Scincidae) from Saudi Arabia. J. King Abdul Aziz Univ.           Science., 5: 65-70.

 

24)    Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M. (1993).  First records and addition of two species Atylotus agricola (Wiedemann) and Haematopota minuscula Austen (Diptera: Tabanidae) from Saudi Arabia. Egypt. J. Appl. Sci., 8 (12): 1087-1092.

 

 

25)    Amoudi, M.A., Diab, F.M. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. (1994).        Development rate and mortality of immature Parasarcophaga        (Liopygia) ruficornis (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) at constant laboratory temperatures. J. Med. Entomol., 31(1): 168-170

 

26)    Amoudi, M.A. (1994). Four new species of the coccidian parasite Isospora (Apicomplexa, Eimeridae) from Malayan birds. Zoological    Studies, 33(2): 165-169.

 

27)    Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M. (1996). New records of Tabanidae         (Diptera) from Saudi Arabia, first record of Atylotus venturii Leclercq and Tabanus separatus Efflatoun. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 26(1): 1-7.

 

28)    Amoudi, M.A.(1997).Two new species of Eimeria       (Apicomplexa,    Eimeriidae), from Local Chickens (Gallus domesticus) in Saudi        Arabia. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 27 (3) : 709-717.

 

29)    Al-Misned, F.A.M., Amoudi, M.A and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. 2001. First record of Sarcophaga (Liosarcophaga) dux Thomson, 1868 (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from Saudi Arabia. Pakistan. J. Zool. Pakistan, 33 (4) :  313-315.

 

30)    Al-Misned, F.A.M., Amoudi, M.A and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M. 2003. Development rate, mortality and growth rate of immature Chrysomya albiceps (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) at constant laboratory temperatures. J. King Saud Univ. Sci. Saudi Arabia. 15 (1) : 49-58.

 

II. Scientific Papers in Preparation:

 

1)        Amoudi, M.A. The endogenous stages of Eimeria tahamensis in the Arabian quail (Coturnix delegorguei arabica). (under preparation).

 

2)        Amoudi, M.A. and Abou-Fannah, S.S.M.. Laboratory studies on the biology and ecology of Chrysomya albiceps (Weidemann) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). (under preparation).

 

3)        Amoudi, M.A. and Leclercq, M.. Distribution and Zoogeography of the Syrphid flies (Diptera : Syrphidae) of Saudi Arabia. (under preparation).

 

4)        Amoudi, M.A.,  Leclercq, M. and Richet, R. Studies on male and female genetalia of some Sarcophagid flies (Sarcophagidae: Diptera) of Saudi Arabia. (under preparation).

5)        Amoudi, M. A. and Ali, A. M. Enhancing the humoral responses of Aedes aegypti mosquitos astep towards utilizing the immune system against dengue fever viruses. (under preparation).

 

 

III. Arabic Textbook and Scientific Refernces:

 

1) Amoudi, M.A. and Garrar, B.M. 1991. Manual of Practical Biology. Thaqif Publishing and Writing House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

2) Al Hamaidi, A.R; El-amin, F.M., A.; El-Swuiti, I.N.; Amoudi, M.A. and Al Rasheid, K.A. 1996. The  The Scientific Guidline of Zoology for Health Sciences Students.  Dar alnohaa, Birute, Lebanon.

3) Amoudi, M. 1997.  Diperta of Saudi Arabia: Their Taxonomy and their Economical and Medical importance, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

4)  Amoudi, M.A. 1998. Laboratory Fundamental of General Entomolgy, King Saud University, Academic Publishing and Press Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

5) Elamin, F.M., Al Hamaidi, A.R., Amoudi, M.A.; Alsuwiti, I.N. and AlRasheid, K.A. 2003.  Laboratory Manual of General Zoology, King Saud University, Academic Publishing and Press, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

6) Amoudi, M.A. and Garra, B.M. 2003.  Glossary of Zoology Terms.  King Saud University, Academic Publishing and Press, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

 

 

(Part IV )

(Recent Research Presentations and Participation in Conferences and Scientific Meetings)

 

14) Participation in Conferences and Scientific Forums

      A - Conferences :

 

1)    International Conference on Entomolgy in Arid Regions, Nairobi, Kenya, 26/12/1406 – 1/1/1407 (presented research paper).

2)    First Conference for Blind Patients, King Khalid Specialist Hospital, Sponsored by Ministry of Health, (participant).

 

      B – Scientific Forums:

 

1)      9th  Forum for Biological Aspects in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sponsored by Regional Center Agricultural and Water Research , Riyadh, Ministry of agriculture, 14-17 Rajab, 1406 (attendance).

2)      1st  Forum on Methods of Development and Conservation of Wild Life in the K.S.A., Riyadh, 17-20 Jamadi II, 1406.

3)      12th Forum on Biological Aspects in the K.S.A., King Saud University, Riyadh, 22 Jamadi I, 1410.

4)      1st Meeting for the national Saudi Section, International Committee for Birds Protection, King Saud University, Riyadh, 15/11/1411 H.

Forum for Fish plantation (Assurance and Investment), Diplomatic, Riyadh, Organized by Ministry of Agriculture in cooperation with King AbdelAziz City,  19-22, Shawal, 1413 H.

 

C- Committee:

 

1)     Department of Zoology representative for the College of Science during the academic calendar 1406/1407 H.

2)     Member of Division Committee, Department of Zoology, KSU, 1406/1407.

3)     Member of the Saudi National Scientific Group for avian protection, 1411 H.

 

 

(Part XI )

(Courses Taught )

 

         

1- ZOO 101  General Zoology

2- ZOO 102    General Zoology

3- ZOO 106    Principles of Zoology

4- ZOO 107    Principles of Zoology I

5- ZOO 108    Principles of Zoology II

6- ZOO 311    Entomology (education)

7- ZOO 313    Entomology (science)

8- ZOO 315    Insect Ecology

9- ZOO 322    Principles of Taxonomy

10- ZOO 411  Insect Pests

11- ZOO 413  Medical Entomology

12- ZOO 454  Field Study

13- BIO  497  Scientific Periodicals

14- ZOO 499   Undergraduate Research

15- BIO  500   Fundamentals of  Invertebrate Taxonomy

16- BD    571  Taxonomy of  Insects (plant and animals groups)

17- ZOO 611  Advanced Course in Applied Entomology and Parasitology

 

 

(Part XII)

(University and Community Services)

 

1) Classification of Insects for King Khalid Hospital, 1404 H, 1984

2) Classification of Insects for Museum of the College of Science, KSU, 1414 H, 1994

3) Publication of some articles in some Local Newspapers on Malaria in Southwest of K.S.A.

4) Preparation of Information on types of mosquito, genus Aedes that of medical importance for the ministry of health, undersecretary for preventive medicine and the Administration of Malaria in K.S.A., 1409 H, 1988.

5) Taxonomy and report preparation for General (head) administration for quality and inspection and for on some insects (bed-bugs, flees and louse), that were found in infants and children’s beds and bombers, that were sent to us the administration.

6) Classification of Insects for King Faisal Specialist Hospital, 1427 H, 2006.

7) Participated in the Kingdom encyclopedia by writing on wild life and its development with regard to Insects in Makha Almukaramah region, Al Madeina Almonowarah region, Asir region, Al Baha region, Jizan region and Najran region.

 

 

                                                        Signed, __________________

 

Professor M. Al-Amoudi

                                                                     

Date: 1/1/1429 H                   

 
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