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Nouh Mohamed Hamed الاســـــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــم
كلية الطب البشري الجهة التابع لها
الرقم الوظيفي
Pharmacology department القسم العلمـــــــــــــــــــــــي
PhD in Molecular Pharmacology الدرجة العلميـــــــــــــــــــــة
2003-2006 تاريخ الحصول علي الدرجه
Arabic (mother language) & English اللغات التي تجيدهــــــــــــــا
Phone: 00218 61 22 31528/Mobile: 00218 92 416 2034/P.O. Box: 7608 رقم الهاتـــــــــــــــــــــــــف
nouh.mohamed@uob.edu.ly البريد الالكترونـــــــــــــــــي
المؤهلات العلمية
المرحلة العلمية العنوان اسم الجهة العلمية المانحه للدرجة بلد الدراسة السنة مجال التخصص
B.Sc Al-Arab Medical University Benghazi-Libya 1990-1995 Pharmacy
Community Pharmacist 1995-1999
Demonstrator Al-Arab Medical University Benghazi-Libya 1999- 2001
MPhil Adenosine Receptor Expression In Human Neuroblastoma Cells University of Nottingham UK 2002-2003 Molecular Pharmacology
PhD Regulation Adenosine Receptors by Retinoic Acid, Phorbol ester & Morphine in Human Neuroblastoma cell line SH-SY5Y Nottingham University UK 2003-2006 Molecular Pharmacology
المؤهلات العلمية الأخرى والتدريب
السنة اسم المؤهل العلمي او الدورة التدريبية البلد المؤسسة المانحه للمؤهل
1994 Intensive Courses on Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Quality Control & Quality assurance at E.P.I.C.O & PHARCO Egyptian Egyptian drug manufacturer
2003 Advanced Intensive Courses on ionizing radiation for radiation worker UK University of Nottingham
2003-2006 Certified Integrated courses at University of Nottingham UK University of Nottingham
2003 Advanced Intensive Courses on ionizing radiation for radiation worker University of Nottingham
2003-2006 Certified Integrated courses at Graduate School UK University of Nottingham
الخبرة العملية
من سنة الى سنة اسم وعنوان جهة العمل المسمى الوظيفي وطبيعة العمل
Membership of the following Scientific Union
Libyan Pharmacological Society (not yet established)
1995 Libyan Union of Pharmacists Since
2002 British Pharmacological Society (BPS) since
2003 Nottingham Institute of Neurosciences since
2008 Egyptian Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
2009 Egyptian Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
2008 Libyan Pharmaceuticals Sciences Society
2007 2010 Faculty of medicine- Al-Arab medical University Lecturer of Pharmacology
2010 2014 Faculty of medicine- Benghazi University, Benghazi-Libya Assistance Professor of Pharmacology
2014 to date Faculty of medicine- Benghazi University, Benghazi-Libya Associate Professor of Pharmacology
2010 2016 department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi University, Benghazi-Libya Postgraduate Coordinator
2007 2008 Faculty of Pharmacy, Arab Medical University, Benghazi-Libya Coordinator of higher education and Initiate the Postgraduate program during the academic
2007 2008 Faculty of Pharmacy, Al-Arab Medical University, Benghazi-Libya Head of Postgraduate Committee
2007 2008 Member of Al-Arab Medical University Hospital & Polyclinic committee
2007 Member of scientific committees and the organizing committees of the 11th Scientific Congress of the Association of the Pharmacy Colleges in the Arab World.
2010 General Manager & Director of Benghazi University Hospital & Polyclinic
2010 2013 Pre-Clinical Stage II- Coordinator
2010 2015 Post Graduate Studies- Coordinator.
2013 Faculty of medicine- Benghazi University, Benghazi-Libya head of pharmacology department
الاسهامات العلمية | الاوراق البحثية المنشورة في مجلات محكمة
سنة النشر عنوان المقالة اسم المجلة العلمية رقم العدد المجال العلمي للمجلة
2006 The effect of differentiation on adenosine receptor expression in SH-SY5Y human neuroblastoma cells. . Br. J. Pharmacol abstract.jsp
2008 Abetalipoproteinemic Case: As A Model to Study MTP Gene J. Bio. Mol. Bio 26, 218-247
2009 Chemopreventive efficacy and antilipidperoxidative potential of Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) on 7, 12-dimethylbenz-(a) anthracene–induced hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis J. Egypt. Soc. Pharmacol 30 (1), 215-229
2009 ARs in human Neurobalstoma-Molecular approaches Libyan dental Conference, Sabha, Libya
2009 Prevalence of etiological agents in superficial mycoses with reference to dermatphytoses and pityriasis versicolor –A case study Libyan Journal of Infectious Disseases 3 (2), 13-18 http://www.nidcc-jid.org.ly/pdf/v3no2/Prevalence_of_superficial_mycoses.pdf
2009 Hepatoprotective and antilipid-peroxidative potential of thespesia pupulnea bark extract in ccl4-induced liver damage in rats E.J.B.M.B 176-181
2009 Identification of Adenosine Receptors in Subtypes Expressed in SH-SY5Y cells Libyan Journal of Medical Research 6 (2) http://www.nmrclibya.com.ly/Pub_ar.html.
Lipid profile in diabetes after treatment with Glibenclamide and Metformin in Benghazi cardiac center J. Bio. Mol. Bio 29, 118-130
2012 The role of GPCR on various second messenger systems JBMAS https://scholar.google.com.ly/scholar?q=The+role+of+GPCR+on+various+second+me ssenger+systems&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj8gd ec9JHSAhXHMSYKHXbvCYQQgQMIFjAA 1-7
2013 Post Operative antibiotic usage at Benghazi Medical Center, Libya between 2009 & 2012 IOSR Journal of Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences 8 (4), 57-60
2013 Regulation of Metabolic Fluxes in Carbohydrates & Lipid Metabolism in health & disease JBMAS 1-29
2013 A2B adenosine Receptors in SH-SY5Y cells functional approaches IJABPT 4 (3) 81-88
2013 A perspective on Pharmacogenetics & Pharmacogenomics Journal of medicine & Medical sciences 4 (6) 252-257
2013 Serum levels of LDH & Gamma GT in Libyan Breast Cancer patients Indian Journal of applied Research 3 (12) 32-34
2013 Pharmacological Characterization adenosine receptors Drug Discovery 2 (5) 21-27
2014 Role of serum uric acid in carcinoma breast in Libyan patients AARJJMD 1 (18) 658-663
2016 A review on Prescribing Patterns of Anti￾hypertensive Drugs Clinical hypertension journal 7 (22), 1-8.
2017 Prescribing pattern of gastrointestinal drugs in private clinic in Benghazi-Libya IJBCP 1 (6), 113-116
2017 Effect of long duration sevoflurane anesthesia on liver function. World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research http://www.wjpmr.com/home/article_abstract/391
2017 Serum Lipid Profile in treated hyperensive pateints Journal of Biomedical Sceinces in press
2017 Prescribing pattern of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs in private clinic in Benghazi-Libya (in prep). Book published by LAMBERT Academic Publishing (LAP): Biomedical studies related to Diabetes in Local Libyan subject.
الاسهامات العلمية | الأاوراق البحثيه المقدمة في مؤتمرات أو ندوات أو ملتقيات محكمة
اسم الجهة العلمية التي قدمت لها الورقة عنوان الورقة البحثية البلد المستضيف السنة مجال تخصص المؤتمر
Presented at the institute of Neuroscience joint seminar Human Neuroblostoma and adenosine receptors expression Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK 2003
Poster presentation at Nottingham University Adenosine receptors expression in human cell line SK-NSH UK 2004
Oral Presentation at Postgraduate seminar day The effect of RA on A2A expression in human Neuroblastoma Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK 2005
Presented at 75th Anniversary Meeting Clinical Pharmacology Section of British Pharmacological Society (BPS), hold during 18–21 December 2006 The effect of differentiation on adenosine receptor expression in SH-SY5Y human neuroblastoma cells University of Oxford, UK 2006 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2125.2007.02928.x/full
11th Scientific Congress of the Association of the Arab faculties of pharmacy Tripoli, Libya (2007
Presented at XVI sceitific forum of pharmacy faculty hold during 16-17 April The applied antibiotic policy in Aljala hospital in 2007 Benghazi, libya 2008
Presented at XVI sceitific forum of pharmacy faculty hold during Rheumatic fever & Rheumatic Heart disease Benghazi, libya 16-17 April 2008
Global Healthcare Summit Serum FSH, LH & Prolactin levels in benign & malignant breast disorders in Libyan Women India 2014 http://indus.org/
Presented at 22nd IFCC, 22nd BCLF & 26th TBS Serum Levels of sex steroids in carcinoma breast of libyan women Istanbul, Turkey 2014 http://www.istanbul2014.org/pdf/FinalProgram.pdf
Presented at Annual Meeting of American Association for clinical chemistry (AACC) Circularing tumor markers of benign & malignant disorders of breast in Libya Chicago, USA 27-31 July 2014 https://www.aacc.org/~/media/files/annual-meeting/2014/abstracts/cancer-tumor￾markers.pdf?la=en
Presented at 68th Annual Meeting of American Association for clinical chemistry Serum testosterone levels in statin therapy with diabetics & hypertension Philadalhia, USA 2016 https://www.aacc.org/meetings-and-events/2016-annual-meeting-and-expo/call-for￾abstracts
Presented at 7 th International Conference on Dug Discovery & Therapy Effect of long duration sevoflurane aneasthesia on liver function Sharajah, UAE 2016 http://www.icddt.com/abstracts.php
Accepted to be presented at upcoming 69th Annual Meeting of American Association for clinical chemistry Serum thyroid hormone profile in Breast Cancer of local Libyan Patients San Diego, Ca, USA 30 July- 3 August, 2017 https://www.aacc.org/meetings-and-events/annual-meeting-dates-and-locations.
Accepted to be presented at upcoming 69th Annual Meeting of American Association for clinical chemistry Association between vitamin D3 deficiency and Chronic Kidney disease in Libyan patients San Diego, Ca, USA 30 July- 3 August, 2017 https://www.aacc.org/meetings-and-events/annual-meeting-dates-and-locations
Accepted to be presented at the forthcoming IFCC-EFLM EuroMedLab Role of glutathione-s-tarnsferase p1 genetic variants in etiopathogeneses of type2 diabetes mellitus and its effect on the glycemic control parameters Athens 12-14 June, 2017 http://www.athens2017.org/documenti/scientific_programme20161013.pdf
الاهتمامات البحثية

 Studies different G-Protein Coupled Receptors in particular their expression and 
elucidation of their molecular mechanisms.
 Investigating the effect of different differentiating agents (For example: Retinoic acid & 
Pherabal ester) on human cell line.
 Studies the cellular differentiation and the expression of adenosine receptors and 
investigate the molecular mechanisms of these interactions.
 Studies the Pharmacological action of local herbal remedies in order to explore their 
proper use by utilizing traditional pharmacological screening techniques.
 Studies the pharmacokinetic of different drugs including biochemical parameters. 
 
RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
Number of techniques includes the followings:
 Classical in vitro pharmacological assays
 
Molecular level:
 
 Culture of primary cells and cell lines
 Cellular differentiation
 Radioligand Binding Assay
 Lowery Assay 
 Extraction total cellular RNA
 Reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)
 Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
 Multiplex Polymerase chain reaction
 Measurement of Second messengers (e.g. cyclase assay)
 Calcium imaging
 MAPK activation Assay
 
Immunoreactivity-based assays
 Western blotting
 Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay (ELISA) include:
 Indirect
 Sandwich
 Competitive
 
 
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معلومات اخرى

 
 
  As staff member in the Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi 
University, I am actively involved & participated in:
 
 All Academic activities.
 Academic Research Projects & Supervisor for Post Graduate students as well as 
undergraduate students.
 
 Teaching of Pharmacology for Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Public Health and Nursing 
Undergraduates as well as Post undergraduate students. .
 Visiting staff member and external examiner for Faculties of Medicine, Dental and 
Pharmacy in Libya.
 Internal examiner Faculty of Medicine, Dental, Pharmacy & Public health, Al- Arab
Medical University.
 Participated in Scientific conferences, scientific sessions & workshops.
 
 
A. Information Technology based Courses
1. Building a database with access
2. Developing a database with access-skills improvement
3. Introduction to image and photo editing
4. Exploiting the power of MS word A: Individual chapters and academic papers
5. Exploiting the power of MS word B: combing chapter into the thesis
6. MS Excel functionality A: entering, forming and storing data
7. MS Excel functionality B: data analysis and drawing graph
8. MS PowerPoint A: getting started with a basic slide show
9. MS PowerPoint B: developing a professional presentation
10.Referencing and citing using Endnote and Reference Manager
11.SPSS: Statistics software package
12.GraphPad Prism: Data presentation, biostatistics, curve fitting and graphing.
13.Creating and publishing web pages
B. Research & Techniques based courses
14.Getting started with Research Design and Statistics 
15.Study Design/ Experimental Critique Mathematics in lab
16.Introduction to library skills-Medical and Medical related
17.Quantitative Research
18.Time management/ preparing reports
19.How to prepare an effective Poster Presentation
20.Skills of Spoken and Written Communication
21.Finishing your thesis and preparing for Viva
22.Getting going on your thesis and getting your work published
C. Others attended courses:
1. 2010: Attended workshop in Quality Assurance and Accreditation given by 
QAA debarment at Benghazi University, 2010.
2. Training course on Introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
3. Training course on Clinical trials
4. Biostatistics and Research Methodology Workshop
 
Computer Skills:
 I have ample exposure to computers. Conversant with following software: MS office 
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Quantity one, Reference Manger and Endnote, Adobe 
Photoshop & others.
 Having expertise in the preparation of Animated Power point presentations with 
pharmacologically relevant videos for students.
 Good skills in statistical analysis for medical research using of Graphpad Prism software.
 Administrative and Managerial skills.
Industrial training: 
Industrial training (1994) in Analytical, Quality Control (Q.C), Quality assurance (Q.A) and 
production division of at E.P.I.C.O & PHARCO (Egyptian drug manufacturer).
 
Professional Reference
1. Professor Steve Alexander (President of ICRS), Professor of Molecular Pharmacology,
School of Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health 
Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK.
Email:steve.alexander@nottingham.ac.uk,(Tel:+44(0)1158230182) 
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~mqzspa/
2. Professor David A Kendall, Professor of Cellular Pharmacology
and head of School of Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of 
Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK. Email: 
dave.kendall@nottingham.ac.uk (Tel: + 44 (0) 115 82 30156)
3. Professor Suliman I. Sharif, Dean of Faculty of Pharmacy, Sharjah University, UAE 
(Tel:+971507862787) Email: sharifsi@shajah.ac.ae.
4. Professor Fatahi Sharif, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tripoli 
University. Email: fmosherif@yahoo.com
5. Professor Andrew Bennett, Professor of Molecular Biology/Biochemistry, School of 
Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s Medical Centre, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, 
University of Nottingham, UK. Email: andrew.bennett@nottingham.ac.uk
6. Professor Peela Jagannadha Rao, Professor of Medical Genetics, School of Medicine, 
Grand Cayman St. Mathews University, Cayman Islands, USA.
peelajagannadharao@gmail.com
 
 
 
 
 

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