Prof. Dr. Yusr Mohamed Ibrahim Kazem

Prof. Dr. Yusr Mohamed Ibrahim Kazem

Professor
National Research Center, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Medicine from Ain Shams University, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Dietary Therapies
62%
Medical Nutrition
90%
Clinical Nutrition
75%
Public Health
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Kazem, Y.M.I., S.M. El Shebini, M.I.A. Moaty, S. Fouad, N.H. Ahmed and S.T. Tapozada, 2017. High sensitivity c-reactive protein may be used as a marker for cognitive impairment in obese Egyptian middle age females. Asian J. Clin. Nutr., 9: 17-23.
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  2. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, S. Fouad, Y.M.I. Kazem and N.H. Ahmed et al., 2016. Association between serum clusterin and cognitive functions in obese Egyptian women; Potential effects of dietary therapy. Der Pharm. Chem., 8: 205-213.
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  3. Moaty, M.I.A., S. Fouad, S.M. El Shebini, Y.I. Kazem and S.T. Tapozada, 2015. Biochemical assessment of bone health in working obese Egyptian females with metabolic syndrome; The effect of weight loss by natural dietary therapies. Open Access Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 3: 582-589.
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  4. Moaty, M.I., S. Fouad, S.M. El Shebini, Y.M. Kazem and N.H. Ahmed et al., 2015. Serum ceramide kinase as a biomarker of cognitive functions and the effect of using two slimming dietary therapies in obese middle aged females. Open Access Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 3: 18-25.
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  5. Ibrahim, A.A., H.E.M. Salem, D.Z. Zaky, E.A. El-Sayed, A.M. Hamed and Y.M.I. Kazem, 2015. Dietary patterns in egyptian patients with chronic hepatitis C related liver disease: A cross-sectional study. J. Liver, Vol. 4. 10.4172/2167-0889.1000176.
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  6. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, Y.M.I. Kazem, N.H. Ahmed and S. Fouad et al., 2015. Human alpha synuclein, inflammation and metabolic disorders in obesity, before and after dietary intervention. Int. J. Health Sci. Res., 5: 304-312.
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  7. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, N.H. Ahmed, M.S. Mohamed, Y.M.I. Kazem, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hanna, 2015. Association of nuts and whole grains intake, inflammation and the metabolic syndrome. Res. J. Med. Med. Sci., 8: 55-63.
  8. Kazem, Y.I., M.I. Moaty, S.M. El-Shebini, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hanna, 2014. Low vitamin D serum levels may be a modifiable risk factor for obesity and cognitive impairment in middle-age Egyptian women. Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 7: 285-290.
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  9. Kazem, Y.M.I., S.Y. Elassar, S.M. El-Shebini, M.I.A. Moaty, N.H. Ahmed, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hana, 2013. Personality characteristics and eating behaviors associated with obesity and the ability to adhere to a low caloric diet in middle age Egyptian females. J. Applied Sci. Res., 9: 352-359.
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  10. Salah, E.M., M.A. Mohsen, M.M. Youssef, H.S. Megahed, S.M.E. Salem, Y.A. Kazem and N.H. Abou El-Soud, 2012. Effect of diet quality on bone mineralization in obese Egyptian children and adolescents. J. Applied Sci. Res., 8: 2815-2820.
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  11. Kazem, Y.M., N.H. El-Arabi, M.I. Moaty and S.M. El Shebini, 2012. The effect of balanced low-caloric diet on cognitive functions: An interventional study on a group of Egyptian middle-aged obese females. Int. J. Acad. Res., 4: 125-129.
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  12. Salwa, M.E.S., M.I.K. Yusr, I.A.M. Maha and H.A.E. Nihad, 2011. Obesity in relation to cognitive functions and subjective wellbeing among a group of adults Egyptian females. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 5: 69-76.
  13. Kazem, Y.M.I., M.I.A. Moaty, N.H.A. El-Arabi and S.M. El Shebini, 2011. The relation between insulin resistance and cognitive functions among a group of healthy obese Egyptian females. Int. J. Acad. Res., 3: 575-579.
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  14. Farid, M.N., Y.M.I. Kazem, I.I. Elarabi and N.A. Abul Azm, 2011. Studying the relation between refractory iron deficiency anemia and Helicobacter pylori among a group of Egyptian children. Int. J. Acad. Res., 3: 128-134.
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  15. El-Soud, N.H.A., M.A. Mohsen, M.M. Youssef and Y.A. Kazem, 2011. Effect of a 2-month program of antioxidants micro nutrient rich diet on concentrations of lead, cadmium and aluminum in obese Egyptian children. Maced. J. Med. Sci., 4: 290-295.
  16. Youssef, M.M., M.A. Mohsen, N.H.A. El-Soud and Y.A. Kazem, 2010. Energy intake, diet composition among low social class overweight and obese Egyptian adolescents. J. Am. Sci., 6: 160-168.
  17. Mohsen, M.A., N.H. Aboelsoud, M.M. Youssef and Y.A. Kazem, 2009. Influence of localized adiposity on bone mineral content and density in Egyptian obese adolescent females. Res. J. Med. Med. Sci., 4: 456-460.
  18. Kazem, Y.I., M.M. Hussein, S.T. El-Damhogy and A.S.A. El-Azeem, 2009. Homocysteine, Vitamin B12 and folic acid plasma levels in relation to congnitive functions in an Egyptian elderly group. Int. J. Food Saf. Nutr. Public Health, 2: 111-124.
  19. Abou El-Soud, N.H., M.M. Youssef, M.A. Mohsen and Y.A. Kazem, 2006. Obesity in children and adolescents: Effect on bone mineral content and density. J. Medical Sci., 6: 786-792.
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  20. Hamed, I.M., Y.I. Kazem, M.M. Hussien and S.T. El Damhougy, 2005. The effect of specially formulated functional biscuits on cognitive functions and general health status in an Egyptian elderly group. Med. J. Cairo Univ., 73: 55-61.