Biography (Recent CV 2015 PDF click here to download)

 

        Senior Editorial Board (SEB) Member of the American Journal of Current Genetics

        Editorial Board Member of Accounts of Biotechnology Research.

        Editorial Board Member of Journal of Pediatric Oncology

        Marquis Who's Who, 2013 

        Professor, Head of Cytology and Histology Department,

       Manager of Quality Assurance and Accreditation Unit

       Manager of Central Veterinary Diagnostic lab

       Former Manager of E-Learning Unit

       PI for Neural Stem Cells Project (STDF-funded).

       He had a Ph.D in Cytology & Histology (October 1994) from the University of Suez Canal as a part of a channel system program. 

He had finished his thesis within the facilities of Department of Biomedical Sciences at Virginia-Maryland Regional Collage of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA (1992-1994).

His BA (1985) is from Alexandria University, and his MA (1999) is from Suez Canal University, Egypt.

Prof. Dr. Marei's was appointed as a demonstrator of Cytology&Histology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Suez Canal University (1986) where he obtained his MA then he went to the USA as part of a channel system program where he obtained his PhD in Cytology&Histology.

After his arrival from the USA, he worked as a lecturer of Cytology&Histology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Suez Canal University (1994-1996) and then he moved to the Department of Cytology and Histology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University where he had promoted to Assistant Professor (November, 1999), and to Professor (2005). He is now the Chair of Cytology&Histology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University.

Prof. Dr. Marei has taught the Cytology&Histology courses at Virginia-Maryland Regional Collage of Veterinary Medicine, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia in the United States, and is currently teaching at the Mansoura University , Egypt.

He has won several prestigious awards, including the Mansoura University encouragement Award (2004), and his biggest achievement was done during the year of 2005 when he is nominated as a winner of a big project funded by Higher Education Enhancement Project Fund (HEEPF), code number C-024-L0. The allocated budget for this project was about 38 000$  and aimed primary at development of distance learning resources for some courses in the veterinary curriculum.

Prof. Dr. Marei's has attended many workshops and online courses about the potentiality of e-learning and blended learning. His major efforts is concentrated now on the development and maintaining of innovated online courses within the veterinary medical fields.

Beside managing his HEEPF-funded project, he is now planning to initiate a bigger project with an overall objective of establishment of an online courses for the entire veterinary medical curricula  in Egypt.

In the summer of 2005, Prof. Dr. Marei had arranged a national workshop about the development of distance learning and online education for the veterinary medical curricula.

Prof. Dr. Marei's research interests include the application of all available histology and molecular biology techniques (light microscopy, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), immunohistochemistry, freez fracture, Is situ hybridization, cloning as well as other innovated techniques. Currently he is supervising two master thesis and one PHD thesis dealing with the structural, electron microscopy and immunohistochemistry  of the cornea of rats as well as the immune organs in chicken's and camels.

Prof. Dr. Marei's was the winner of the best soccer player at the level of the Mansoura University staff members (2004).

Educational Enhancement Projects:

 HEEPF Project (Call 2006):

"Enhancement of Education and Development of Distance Learning Reasources for Image-Based (Histology, Pathology, Radiology) Sciences".

code number C-024-L0. The project was kindly funded by HEEPF (Higher Education Enhancement Project Fund, Egypt). The allocated budget for this project was about $ 38 000 and aimed primary at development of distance learning resources for some courses in the veterinary curriculum. You can reach the final outcomes about this project from this site: www.vetmansoura.com.

 TEMPUS PROJECTS (TEMPUS IV 2008):

 Harmonization of EuroEgyptian Undergraduate Veterinary Education

 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS:

 FP7 PROJECTS (CALL 2008)

 Proposal full title: Autologous Adult Human Olfactory Bulb Neural Stem Cells for Cell-based Therapies in the Central Nervous System

 FP7 Project (Call 2009):

Proposal full title: Integrative Genomic, MicroRNA, and Proteomic Approaches Identify Novel Biomarkers During Early Acute Infection of Hepatitis C virus (HCV)

 ACCEPTED PROJECTS (2009):

 1. Title of the Project: Adult Human Olfactory Bulb Neural Stem Cells for Cell-based Therapies in The Central Nervous System" ID:99

Funding Agency: Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF)

Fund Approved: 1000 000 LE ($ 180 000).

Duration: 36 months

Start Year: 2009

Start Year: 2012

 2. Title of the Project: Enhancement of Veterinary Undergraduate Students Assessment System "

Funding Agency: Program of Continuous Improvement and Qualification for Accreditation in HEI (PCIQA) code: AP1-014-MAN

Fund Approved: 1000 000 LE ($ 180 000).

Duration: 24 months

Start Year: 2011

 

 
 
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