Curriculum Vitae (CV)
1- Personal Data
Full Name : Gamal El-Saeid Eid
Birth Date : 12/8/1959
Place of Birth : Demiata, Egypt
Nationality : Egyptian
Marital Status : Married
Languages : English, German & Arabic
Present Address In Saudi Arabia:
College of Applied Medical Sciences, Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, King Saud University, PO Box 10219, Riyadh 11433
Tel. : 0096614693708
Fax : 0096614693738
E. mail : email@example.com
Occupation at King Saud University :
Associate Professor of Microbiology & Immunology
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
College of Applied Medical Sciences
(from 1996 - till now)
Occupation at Cairo University:
Professor of Microbiology & Immunology
2- Scientific Qualifications
- Ph.D. in Virology and Immunology:
Cairo University (1991). Through Channel System (DAAD) with Federal Research Center, Germany.
- Post- Doctoral Training & Research Certificate:
In the field of Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases, University of Florida, USA, awarded in (1994)
- Master Degree (MSc) in Microbiology and
Immunology, Cairo University (1986).
- Bachelor Degree (B.Sc.) Vet. Medicine,
Cairo University (1982)
3- Previous Positions:
- Professor: Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Cairo University (2001-)
- Associate Professor: Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Cairo University (1996-2001)
- Assistant Professor: Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Cairo University (1993-1996)
- Researcher: Department of Infectious Diseases,
University of Florida, USA (1992-1993)
- Assistant Professor: Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Cairo University (1991-1992)
- Research Assistant: Federal Research Center for Virus Diseases, Germany (1988-1990)
- Assistant Lecturer: Department of Microbiology
and Immunology, Cairo University (1986-1988)
- Demonstrator: Department of Microbiology
and Immunology, Cairo University (1982-1986)
4- Attended Courses and Training:
I- Pre-Master Courses (1983-1984)
- Microbiology (4+3 h/w) with grade EXCELLENT
- Infectious Diseases (4+3 h/w) with grade VERY GOOD
- Biological Statistics (2 h/w) with grade VERY GOOD
II- Pre-Doctoral Courses (1986-1987)
- Advanced Immunology (2+2 h/w) with grade EXCELLENT
- Advanced Virology (1+2 h/w) with grade EXCELLENT
- Diagnostic Methods of Microbiology (2+2 h/w) with grade
III. Post-Doctoral Courses (1992-1993)
- Basic radioactive safety course at University of Florida, USA.
- Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases course at University
of Florida, USA.
1- DAAD, German fellowship (channel system) to perform the laboratory work of Ph.D. thesis in the Federal Research Center for Virus Diseases, Germany (1988-1990).
2- United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Fellowship. Cooperative agreement project with USA and Cairo University, for training and research program in the field of Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases at the Department of Infectious Disease, University of Florida, USA (1992-1993).
@- Offered Medical License from Ministry of Health, Egypt,
IN Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis in Microbiology
and Immunology, 27/7/1998– till now
(1) Member of the American Society of Microbiology.
(2) Member of the Egyptian Association of Immunologists.
(3) Member of Saudi Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
7- Conferences and Workshops:
(1) The 12th annual meeting of American Society for
Virology, at University of California, Davis, USA (July, 1993).
(2) The second conference of Egyptian Association of
(3) Workshop organized by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nation on the Application of Biotechnology. Cairo (4-7, December 1995). I have participated as speaker.Title: A new approach for the development of vaccine to
Anaplasma marginale and improvement of the diagnostic
tools using PCR, DNA probe and CI-ELISA.
(4) Biotechnology Symposium (4th Scientific Congress),
April, 1996). Titled: Recombinant DNA Technology and its Application.
(5) Symposium on Interferons and Cytokines: Basic Sciences
and Clinical Aspects. (9-10 December 1997), King Faisal
Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia. I have presented (speaker) an articleentitled:
Phenotypic Characterization of IL-2 propagated T-
(6) Workshop organized by National committee of Bio. &
Med. Ethics, titled:“Who owns Genes” 1st October 2003.
(7) Present a Lecture titled “Viral Diseases and Remarriage
Examination”through the activity week of King Saud
University (1425)- (2004).
(8) Symposium on Electron Microscopy titled: The latest’s development in SEM &TEM and application in Nanotechnology from FEI formerly Philips Electron Microscope- Riyadh, 18/2/ 2007.
(9) Biotechnology Symposium: Titled: “First International Conference in Biotechnology, Towards Knowledge –Economy Based” Riyadh, 18/2/2009
(10) Symposium on Nanotechnology Titled: The International Conference for Nanotechnology Industries The Leading Technology of 21st Century, Riyadh, 5 - 7/4/2009.
(11) Workshop organized Vice Deanship for Quality & Development- quality and accreditation unit- titled: “Quality and academic accreditation” at College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 18/11/1429.
(12) Workshop on “Basis of Quality Management” for 6 hours at College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 11-12/7/1430- (4-5-/7/2009).
(13) 1st Scientific Research Day in Applied Medical Sciences: College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 6/11/1430 (25/10/2009).
(14) Workshop on “Course Specification” 9/11/1430 (28/10/2009)
(15) Lecture titled “Future of Genetic Medicine” at College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 20/12/1430
(16) Workshop organized Vice Deanship for Quality & Development- quality and accreditation unit- titled: “Quality day” 2/1/1431 (19/12/2009)
8- Research Projects
I have participated in the following research projects:
#- Antibacterial and antifungal activities of certain wild Egyptian plant extracts. American project No. 830510.
#- Control of Tick born blood parasite, Theileria annulata by Vaccination. American project No. 942054.
#- Decontamination of water for rural communities.
The UNU-Inresa project in cooperation with American University in Cairo.
#- Control of anaplasmosis and babesiosis in Egypt through Biotechnology, USAID-Project
#- Submitted a proposal on “Research Center of Excellence in Genetic and Infectious Diseases” 1429.
9- Activities in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Fields
#- Through the USAID-project we tried to develop a subunit vaccine against A. marginale through cloning and expression of MSP2 gene as a vaccine candidate for anaplasmosis.
#- Development of new diagnostic reagents for diagnosis of anaplasmosi, as recombinant protein.
#- Application of non-radioactive labeled probe for DNA Hybridization.
#- Clone selection through colony hybridization technique using Non-radioactive labeled Probe & chemiluminescenct method
#- Development and synthesis of cDNA clone from mRNA of
A. marginale and cDNA library as well as genomic library.
#- Application of PCR and CI-ELISA for diagnosis of anaplasmosis in Egypt.
#- Participated in the selection and purchasing of the equipments specified for the Biotechnology Laboratory at Cairo University, during my training and research Program at University of Florida, U.S.A.
#- Participated in establishment and setting up the Biotechnology Laboratory at Cairo University.
10- PhD and MSc Thesis Supervision:
- Microbiological Studies on Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics. (PhD thesis, discussed at Cairo University. February, 2000).
- Studies on Cytotoxic Activities of Some Human Cytokines Using Colorimetric Micro assay and Electron Microscopy. (MSc thesis, discussed at King Saud University, CLS Dept., 1999)
- In-vitor Effects of Melatonin on the Physiological Activity of Human Blood Cells in relation to Age & sex (MSc thesis, discussed at King Saud University, CLS Dept., 2000)
- Genotyping and Viral DNA Load of Occult Hepatitis B Virus Infection among Saudi Blood Donors. Under supervision 1429/1430-(2009/2010)
- Hemolytic Complement activity and C3 component Level in Pulmonary TB Patients. Submitted and Processed for approval 1430/1431 (2010).
11- Discussion of M.Sc. Thesis in CLS Department at KSU
I was a member of the examination and discussion committee of the following MSc Thesis:-
1- Studies on Cytotoxic Activities of Some Human Cytokines Using Colorimetric Micro assay and Electron Microscopy.Principle investigator and coordinator of the committee, (1420H/1999).
2- In-vitor Effects of Melatonin on the Physiological Activity of Human Blood Cells in Relation to Age & Sex. Co-principle investigator & member of the committee, (1420H/1999).
3- Studies on the Antimicrobial Resistance of Entercocci., (1418H/1998)
4- Purification and Characterization of Broth Culture Filtrate Antigens of the Pathogen Madurella Mycetomatis., (1421H/2001).
5- Profiling of Haemophilus influenza Isolates in King Saud University Hospitals over Few of Months., (1424H/2004)
6- Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aurous isolates from Routine Bacteriology Laboratory: Prevalence and Antibiogram Profiling., (1424H/2004).
7- Evaluate a research proposal, titled: -(Molecular characterization of food poisoning microorganisms recovered from food), College of Pharmacy, King Saud University. 29/4/1429
8- Submitted the course description of “Biotechnology & Molecular Biology course” of suggested "PhD program in Biomedical Sciences" at CLS department - 1431/1432 (2009/2010)
12- Teaching Courses and Activities at King Saud University:
I- M.Sc. Courses
1- Diagnostic Microbiology II (CLS 511) (2+3/w)
(Immunology, Mycology & Parasitology) (shaired)
2- Advanced Diagnostic Microbiology (CLS 513) (2+3/w) (Bacteriology & Virology) (shaired)
3- Master Thesis (CLS 600)
4- Scientific Writing (CLS 595)
II- B.Sc. Courses
1- Immunology (CLS 414) (3+3/w)
2- Virology (CLS 415) (2+0/w)
3- Medical Microbiology (CLS 212) (3+3/w)
4- Medical Genetic (CLS 453) (2+3/w)
5- Human Physiology (chaired) (CHS368) (2+3/w)
6- Independent Study (CLS452)
III- Diploma Courses
1- Basic Immunology (Immun.12.2) (2+3/w)
2- Medical Virology (Virol.12.2) (2+0/w)
3- Medical Mycology (Myco.13.2) (2+0/w)
4- Medical Genetic (Gentic.13.2) (2+0/w)
VI- Teaching Capabilities
1- Immunology & Virology
2- Basic Microbiology & Mycology
3- Molecular Biology & Cell Biology
4- Medical Terminology & physiology
V- Other Activities in Clinical Laboratory Sciences Department
1- Member in and secretary for the suggested “Plans and Programs Committee” at the College 1430/1431
2- Member of the Following Departmental Committee:-
a- Scientific Research Committee
b- MSc committee
c- Selection of MSc Students committee
3- Coordinator for Post-graduate program committee in CLS, 1420-1430
4- Coordinator for Scientific Research committee in CLS 1419-1430
5- Member in Research and Development Center and representative of CLS Department. 1419-1430
6- CLS Departmental Council Secretary 1419- till now