Dr. Yasser Abdel Galil Ahmed

Dr. Yasser Abdel Galil Ahmed

Assistant Professor
South Valley University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences from University of Melbourne, Australia

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Biography

Dr. Yasser A. Ahmed is currently working as Assistant Professor and Head Department of Histology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, South Valley University, Qena, Egypt. He obtained his PhD degree in the field of Veterinary Sciences from Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia in 2007. His prior work experience includes, Demonstrator, Assistant Lecturer of Histology, Lecturer of Histology, Founder and Manger of Quail Research unit, related to the department of Histology at Faculty of Veterinary medicine at South Valley University, Qena, Egypt. Dr. Yasser A. Ahmed is professional member of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Board, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine team of Quality and Assurance of Veterinary Education, South Valley University Portal Project, SVU lab. Team, Assiut University Molecular Biology Research Unit, Midwest Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, Egyptian Society for Histology and Cytology, Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society, British Equine Veterinary Association, Network in Gene and Environmental development, Saudi Society of Biological Sciences. Dr. Yasser A. Ahmed received number of honors and awards includes, one of the best 10 posters in the The 3rd IOF Asian-Pacific Regional Conference on Osteoperosis and the 16th Annual Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society. Best presentation in Postgraduate Veterinary Annual Symposium, SVU international publication and incentive award. He published 16 articles in journals as author/co-author. He has also served his services at Sohag University and Aswan University.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Molecular Biology
62%
Bone Diseases
90%
Cell Culture
75%
Histology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ahmed, Y., M. Abdelsabour-Khalaf and F. Khalil, 2017. Absence of typical haversian system from the compact bone of some reptile and bird species. Asian Hournal Biol. Sci., 10: 98-103.
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  2. Ahmed, Y.A., S.A. Soliman and M. Abdelsabour-Khalaf, 2016. Morphological and biochemical adaptive changes associated with a short-period starvation of adult male Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica). Asian J. Poult. Sci., 10: 165-174.
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  3. Soliman, S.A., Y.A. Ahmed and M. Abdelsabour-Khalaf, 2015. Histogenesis of the stomach of the pre-hatching quail: A light microscopic study. Anat. Sci. Int., 91: 407-418.
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  4. Ahmed, Y.A., E.A. Abdelrahim and F. Khalil, 2015. Histological sequences of long bone development in the New Zealand white rabbits. J. Biol. Sci., 15: 177-186.
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  5. Ahmed, Y.A., S.A. Soliman and E.A. Abdel-Hafez, 2013. Ossification of the femur and tibia of the post-hatching Japanese quail. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 859-864.
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  6. Ahmed, Y.A., N.A.A. Samei and A.Z. Zayed, 2013. Morphological and histomorphological structure of testes of the catfish clarias gariepinus from Egypt. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 624-629.
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  7. Ahmed, Y.A. and S.A. Soliman, 2013. Long bone development in the Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix Japonica) embryos. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 911-919.
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  8. Ahmed, Y.A., 2012. Hypertrophic chondrocytes in avian growth cartilage do not die by apoptosis. Res. J. Poult. Sci., 5: 78-84.
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  9. Ahmed, Y., M.M. Abd-Elhamied and G.K.M. Ali, 2012. Histological and histomorphometric changes of the rabbit testis during postnatal development. Res. J. Vet. Sci., 5: 42-50.
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  10. Abdunnabi, A.H., Y.A. Ahmed, C.J. Philip and H.M.S. Davies, 2012. Morphometrical variations of the carpal bones in thoroughbreds and ponies. Anatomia Histol. Embryol., 41: 139-148.
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  11. Ahmed, Y.A.E.G., G. Kmel and A.A.E.M. Ahmad, 2011. Histomorphological studies on the stomach of the japanese quail. Asian J. Poult. Sci., 5: 56-67.
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  12. Mahmoud, M.E., A.E.L. Hesham, Y.A.G. Ahmed and M. Sayed, 2010. Inhibition of melanogenesis by the extract from Agaricus blazei without affecting iNOS gene expression. World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 26: 2029-2035.
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  13. Chen, K.S., L. Tatarczuch, Y. Ahmed, H.H. Huang, M. Mirams, C.N. Pagel and E.J. Mackie, 2010. Identification of light and dark hypertrophic chondrocytes in mouse and rat chondrocyte pellet cultures. Tissue Cell, 42: 121-128.
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  14. Chen, K.S., L. Tatarczuch, M. Mirams, Y.A. Ahmed, N.C. Pagel and E.J. Mackie, 2010. Periostin expression distinguishes between light and dark hypertrophic chondrocytes. Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol., 42: 880-889.
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  15. Mirams, M., L. Tatarczuch, Y.A. Ahmed, C.N. Pagel, L.B. Jeffcott, H.M.S. Davies and E.J. Mackie, 2009. Altered gene expression in early osteochondrosis lesions. J. Orthop. Res., 27: 452-457.
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  16. Ahmed, Y.A., L. Tatarczuch, C.N. Pagel, H.M. Davies, M. Mirams and E.J. Mackie, 2009. Are paralysed chondrocytes realy dying? Egypt. J. Hist., 32: 277-283.
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  17. Ahmed, Y.A., E.A. Elhafez and A.E. Zayed, 2009. Morphological studies on the digestive tract of varanous niloticus. J. Vet. Anat., 2: 35-48.

  18. Mackie, E.J., Y.A. Ahmed, L. Tatarczuch, K.S. Chen and M. Mirams, 2008. Endochondral ossification: How cartilage is converted into bone in the developing skeleton. Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol., 40: 46-62.
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  19. Ahmed, Y.A., L. Tatarczuch, C.N. Pagel, H.M. Davies, M. Mirams and E.J. Mackie, 2007. Physiological death of hypertrophic chondrocytes. Osteoarthritis Cart., 15: 575-586.
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  20. Ahmed, Y.A., L. Tatarczuch, C.N. Pagel, H.M. Davies, M. Mirams and E.J. Mackie, 2007. Hypertrophy and physiological death of equine chondrocytes in vitro. Equine. Vet. J., 39: 546-552.
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