Dr. Ahmed Abdelbaset Ahmed Attia IsmailPost-doctoral Fellow
University of Louisville, USA
Ph.D. in Veterinary Medical Science from Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt
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Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail was born and grew up in Province of El-Sharkia, Egypt. In 2000, Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail received Bachelor’s degree (BVMSc) in Veterinary Medical Science at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Zagazig University. Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail was consequently employed as a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Animal Surgery, Radiology, and Anesthesiology. As recognition of his outstanding records and capabilities, he was employed as an Assistant Lecturer at the same Department, after obtaining his Master’s degree (MVSc). During the era (2008-2011) at University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, he gained much experience in experimental surgery, CT imaging and regenerative medicine using adipose derived-MSCs. After he received the PhD, he was appointed as a Lecturer at Department of Animal Surgery. Later on, Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail then has joined the Stem Cell Institute at James Graham Brown Cancer, University of Louisville, as a Visiting Scholar from September 2013 to March 2014, where he has been then employed as a Postdoctoral Associate beginning May 2014. Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail is one of the founding members of International Perinatal Stem Cells Society, and he has received the very prestigious 2015 Abstract Achievement Award from the American Society of Hematology. Dr. Abdelbaset-Ismail has developed remarkable technical skills in cell transplantation for various animal models, molecular characterization, propagating cells in vitro and in vivo. He has also gained salient experience in various experimental setups using hematopoietic stem cells, bone marrow, cord blood-derived and adipose tissue-derived MSCs, very small embryonic-like stem cells, leukemic cells, and germline-derived cells. He has also much experience in context of homing, mobilization, and engraftment of hematopoietic stem cells and cancer research.