Dr. Abdel-Nasser Ahmed Hussein

Dr. Abdel-Nasser Ahmed Hussein

Associate Professor
South Valley University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Parasitology from South Valley University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Abdel-Nasser Ahmed Hussein is currently working as Associate Professor at Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Egypt. He has completed his Ph.D. in Parasitology from same University. Previously he was appointed as Demonstrator of Zoology at Assiut University. Egypt, Assistant Professor at King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia, Assistant Professor at Sirt University, Libya, and Al-Baha University. Saudi Arabia. He is member of The Egyptian German Society of Zoology, the Union of Arab Biologists, and Saudi Biological Society. Dr. Abdel-Nasser received honors include South Valley University awards for the scientific publication, Grant from World federation of Parasitologist, Scholarship from The Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education in Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. His main area of research focuses on Fasciola, Fascioliasis and Snails, Apicomplexa (coccidian parasites) and Helminthes Fauna of Reptiles, Schistosomiasis, and Parasites of fresh-water and Marine Fishes. He is also serving as member of editorial board and reviewer for journals such as Research Journal of Parasitology, Asian Journal of Epidemiology, Asian Journal of Biological Sciences, Journal of Applied Sciences, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, Journal of Advanced Research, and Participating in refereeing projects proposals submitted to universities, Saudi Arabia. He has published 21 research articles in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Parasitology
62%
Fasciola
90%
Apicomplexa
75%
Schistosomiasis
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Abd Ellah, O.H., S.S.H. Zaytoun, A.E. Ahmed, A.N.A. Hussein and A.M. Ahmed, 2015. Schistosomiasis in Nag Hammady city, relationship between infection and anemia among children and youth, Qena governorate, Egypt. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 45: 397-402.

  2. Rabie, S.M., A.N.A. Hussein and G.A. Schaub, 2014. Coccidian blood infections of lizards in Egypt. Egypt. J. Zool., 61: 49-70.

  3. Rabie, S.M., A.N. A. Hussein and G.A. Schaub, 2014. Light and transmission electron microscope studies on a haemogregarine (Adeleina: Haemogregarinidae) naturally infecting the Egyptian Bean Skinks Mabuya quinquetaeniata. Egypt. J. Zool., 61: 35-48.

  4. Rabie, S.A. and A.N.A. Hussein, 2014. A description of Haemogregarina species naturally infecting white-spotted gecko (Tarentola annularis) in Qena, Egypt. J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., 44: 351-358.
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  5. Mohammed, N.E., S.A. Rabie, A.N.A. Hussein and N.M. Hussein, 2012. Infestation of Oreochromis niloticus and Tilapia zilli fresh-water fishes with myxosporean parasites, Qena Province, Egypt. Egypt. Acad. J. Biol. Sci., 4: 235-246.
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  6. Hussein, A.N.A.,, S.A. Rabie, N.E. Mohammed and N.M. Hussein, 2012. Trichodina parasites infections on gills of some freshwater fishes from Qena, Egypt. Res. Rev.: J. Life Sci., 2: 53-64.
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  7. Al-Bassel, D.A.H. and A.N.A. Hussein, 2012. A survey on parasites infecting mullets from Egypt and Libya. Egypt. Acad. J. Biol. Sci., 4: 9-19.
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  8. Hussein, A.N.A., S.M. Bin-Dajem, S.A.H. Rabie and H.A.Y. Mubarki, 2011. The intestinal helminthes infecting some commercial red sea fishes in Abha city, Saudi Arabia. J. Egypt. German Soc. Zool., 62D: 9-17.

  9. Hussein, A.N.A., D.A.A.B.H. Saady and M.A. Al-Shehri, 2011. Updated description of Neolepidapedon (Neolepidapedon) macrum Overstreet, 1969 and Opisthomonorcheides decapteri Parukhin, 1966, infecting emperor fishes, Lethrinus nebulosus, in fish market of Abha city, Saudi Arabia. Egypt. Acad. J. Biol. Sci., 3: 1-9.
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  10. Hussein, A.N.A., S.M. Rabie, N.E. Mohammed and N.M. Hussein, 2010. Light and scanning electron microscopic studies of trypanosomes parasites infecting freshwater fishes in Qena governorate, Egypt. Egypt. Acad. J. Biol. Sci., 2: 17-31.
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  11. Hussein, A.N.A., I.M. Hassan and R.M.A. Khalifa, 2010. Development and hatching mechanism of Fasciola eggs, light and scanning electron microscopic studies. Saudi J. Biol. Sci., 17: 247-251.
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  12. Hussein, A.N.A., I.M. Hassan and R.M.A. Khalifa, 2010. Description of eggs and larval stages of fasciola, light and scanning electron microscopic studies. Res. J. Parasitol., 5: 1-12.
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  13. Hussein, A.N.A. and R.M.A. Khalifa, 2010. Phenotypic description and prevalence of Fasciola species in Qena Governorate, Egypt with special reference to a new strain of Fasciola hepatica. J. King Saud Univ. Sci., 22: 1-8.
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  14. Hussein, A.N.A. and R.M.A. Khalifa, 2010. Fascioliasis prevalences among animals and human in Upper Egypt. J. King Saud Univ.-Sci., 22: 15-19.
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  15. Rabie, S.A., N.I. Mohammed, A.N.A. Hussein and N.M. Hussein, 2009. The infection of freshwater fishes with three species of Henneguya in Qena, Upper Egypt. Egypt. Acad. J. Biol. Sci., 1: 11-19.
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  16. Hussein, A.N.A. and R.M.A. Khalifa, 2008. Experimental infections with Fasciola in snails, mice and rabbits. Parasitol. Res., 102: 1165-1170.
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  17. Hussein, A.N.A. and M.B.D. Saad, 2008. Prevalence of urinary Schistosomiasis and infections with trematode larval stages in Bulinus truncates snails from Qena Upper Egypt. J. Applied Sci. Res., 4: 1610-1617.

  18. Hussein, A.N.A. and S.A.H. Rabie, 2007. Schistosoma mansoni and trematode larval stages in Biomphalaria alexandrina in Qena Governorate, Egypt. J. Egypt. German Soc. Zool., 53: 1-15.

  19. Rabie, S.A., A.N.A. Hussein and G. Schaub, 2006. Light and transmission electron microscope studies on a haemogregarine (Adeleina: Haemogregarinidae) naturally infected the Egyptian gecko (Tarentola annularis). J. Egypt. German Soc. Zool., 49: 23-37.

  20. Hussein, A.N.A., R.M.A. Khalifa and S. Mas-Coma, 2006. Trematode larval stages infecting Radix natalensis (Gastropoda: Lymnaeidae) in Qena Governorate, Egypt, with special reference to fasciolid cercariae. Res. Rev. Parasitol., 66: 69-74.

  21. Hussein, A.N.A., 2006. Light and Transmission Electron microscope studies of a haemogregarine in naturally infected Fan-Footed gecko (Ptyodactylus hasselquistii). Parasitol. Res., 95: 468-471.
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