Prof. Dr. Wahid Mohamed Ahmed

Prof. Dr. Wahid Mohamed Ahmed

Professor
National Research Center, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences from Cairo University, Egypt

Share this Profile

Biography

Dr. Wahid Mohamed Ahmed grew up at Cairo, Egypt. He is Head of the Department of Animal Reproduction & A.I., National Research Center, Giza, Egypt. He obtained his Ph.D. in Veterinary in March, 1991 from Cairo University, Egypt, M.V. Science and B.V. Science in 1987 and 1980 from same university. His past working experience includes Specilized Officer at Department of Veterinary Services, Ministry of Defense, Egypt, Research Scholar, Research Assistant, Assistant Researcher, Researcher, Assistant Research Professor and Research Professor at Department of Animal Reproduction & A.I., National Research Center, Giza, Egypt. He is member of many Egyptian Associations. He is serving as editor-in-chief of more than 15 international scientific journals and editorial board member of 12 journals. He actively participated in number of scientific congresses, symbosia, workshops and training courses. He is also one patent holder naming A Preparation for Treatment of Ovarian Inactivity in Large Animals: “Ovitone”. He supervised 14 MSc and 11 PhD scholars and 2 PhD scholars are in his supervision. He participated in number of local and state research projects. He is also received 6 Scientific Prizes. He published 2 books as author and 1 as co-author. He also published 179 research articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Animal Reproduction
62%
Artificial Insemination
90%
Reproductive Hygiene
75%
Veterinary Sciences
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Zekarias, T., E. Demissie, W.M. Ahmed, T. Dema and A. Amsalu, 2019. Non-infectious causes of infertility in dairy cows: A review. J. Reprod. Infertil., 10: 51-57.
    Direct Link  |  

  2. Tolasa, T., A. Wondimu, T. Tekle, G. Assefa, D. Kebede and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Factors affecting milk ejection and removal during milking and suckling of dairy cows: A review. World J. Dairy Food Sci., 14: 1-9.
    Direct Link  |  

  3. Tekle, Z., W.M. Ahmed, Shijiazhuang, A. Wondimu and D. Kebede et al., 2019. Review on reproductive performance of cross breed dairy cattle in Ethiopia. J. Reprod. Infertil., 10: 1-6.
    Direct Link  |  

  4. Tadesse, T., M. Asrat and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Zoonotic tuberculosis: Developing countries scenario on epidemiology and management. Global Vet., 21: 137-142.
    Direct Link  |  

  5. Stephen, J., T. Malle, M.M. Bukar, Z.B. Yusuf, V.A. Maina and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Comparative study on characteristics of semen collected from Sahel bucks using slicing swim up and mincing flushing technique. Direct Res. J. Vet. Med. Anim. Sci., 4: 5-10.
    CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

  6. Stephen, J., M.M. Bukar, V.A. Maina, Z.B. Yusuf, D. Iliyasu, B. Yusuf and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Morphometric analysis of the testes and characteristics of epididymal sperm of one humped camel (Camelus dromedarius) with special reference to using Oviplus® extender. J. Reprod. Infertil., 10: 18-23.
    Direct Link  |  

  7. Molla, D., Z. Tekle, A. Ayisheshim, D. Kebede, A. Wondimu and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Flow cytometry and its diagnostic application in animal health: A review. Global Vet., 21: 1-7.
    Direct Link  |  

  8. Berhe, A., Y.Y. Yusuf and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Breeding practices, flock structure and reproductive performance of Begait sheep in Ethiopia. J. Reprod. Infertil., 10: 24-39.
    Direct Link  |  

  9. Asrat, M., G. Gebisa, O. Gizaw, E. Mulatu and W.M. Ahmed, 2019. Opportunity and constraints of cattle production system in three selected districts of Ilu Aba Bor Zone, Ethiopia. Global Vet., 21: 93-99.
    Direct Link  |  

  10. Zemenu, G., H. Belete and W.M. Ahmed, 2018. Common reproductive disorders of dairy cattle and their prevalence in Ethiopia. Global Vet., 20: 60-72.
    Direct Link  |  

  11. Waktole, H., E. Geneti, W.M. Ahmed, G. Mammo and F. Abunna, 2018. Sero-prevalence and associated risk factors of bovine brucellosis in selected dairy farms in Bishoftu town, Oromia, Ethiopia. Int. J. Microbiol. Res., 9: 45-53.
    Direct Link  |  

  12. Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. El Khadrawy, 2018. Updates in bovine mastitis. Middle-East J. Scient. Res., 26: 1-9.
    Direct Link  |  

  13. Gnanamuthu, G., W.M. Ahmed and K. Rameshkuma, 2018. Observations of estrous behaviour and identification of faecal compounds in Umblachery cow (Bos indicus) with reference to live stock production. Global Vet., 20: 126-138.
    Direct Link  |  

  14. Elias, B., A. Darsabo, N. Desta and W.M. Ahmed, 2018. Assessment of the production system, breeding strategy, constraints and opportunities of sheep production in Doyogena Woreda, Kembata Tembaro zone, Southern Ethiopia. J. Reprod. Infertil., 9: 67-70.
    Direct Link  |  

  15. Bekuma, A., W.M. Ahmed, L.L. Fita and U. Galmessa, 2018. Study on dairy production system and its constraints in Gimbi district, West Wollega Zone, Oromia, Ethiopia. Global Vet., 20: 215-224.
    Direct Link  |  

  16. Bekuma, A. and W.M. Ahmed, 2018. Biopreservation, promising strategies to improve the safety and shelf-life of foods: A review. Int. J. Microbiol. Res., 9: 76-80.
    Direct Link  |  

  17. Ayichew, S., D. Damene and W.M. Ahmed, 2018. Evaluating the efficiency of artificial insemination following estrous synchronization on cows in Konta, Special Woreda, Southern Ethiopia. Global Vet., 20: 181-187.
    Direct Link  |  

  18. Ayalew, W., Y. Besufekad and W.M. Ahmed, 2018. Productive and reproductive performance of crossbred dairy cows in tropical highland, South Western, Ethiopia. J. Reprod. Infertil., 9: 1-8.
    Direct Link  |  

  19. Ahmed, W.M. and M.M. Zaabal, 2018. Genetic polymorphism of immunoglobulin loci in relation to ovarian activity in Egyptian buffalo-cows. World Applied Sci. J., 36: 1-4.
    Direct Link  |  

  20. Zaabal, M.M. and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. The role of transferrin allele in resistance to brucellosis in camels (Camelus dromedaries). Global Vet., 18: 1-4.

  21. Tucho, T.T. and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. Economic and reproductive impacts of retained placenta in dairy cows. J. Reprod. Infertility, 8: 18-27.

  22. Saber, Y.H., A.A. Seida, R.S. Ragab, E.A. Balabel, E.M. Hanafi and W.M. Ahmed, 2017. Oxidant/antioxidant status and cyp19 gene polymorphism in crossbred cows in relation to ovarian inactivity. Global Vet., 18: 14-19.

  23. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. The role of DNA vaccine as a control measure for viral diseases. World Applied Sci. J., 34: 1639-1642.
    Direct Link  |  

  24. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. DNA vaccines against viral diseases of aquaculture. Adv. Biol. Res., 10: 20-20.

  25. Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.H. El Khadrawy, 2016. Observations on brucellosis in male camels (Camelus dromedaries) with emphasis on genetic polymorphism of some blood protein loci. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 24: 3121-3124.

  26. Teshome, E., A. Kebede, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Ovarian cyst and its economic impact in dairy farms: A review. Global Vet., 16: 461-471.
    Direct Link  |  

  27. Fikadu, W., D. Tegegne, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Milk fever and its economic consequences in dairy cows: A review. Global Vet., 16: 441-452.
    Direct Link  |  

  28. Bekele, N., M. Addis, N. Abdela and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Pregnancy diagnosis in cattle for fertility management: A review. Global Vet., 16: 355-364.
    Direct Link  |  

  29. Abdela, N. and W.M. Ahmed, 2016. Risk factors and economic impact of dystocia in dairy cows: A systematic review. J. Reprod. Infertility, 7: 63-74.
    Direct Link  |  

  30. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Observations on the epidemiology of bluetongue disease. Global Vet., 14: 800-804.
    Direct Link  |  

  31. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Molecular characterization of bluetongue disease. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 2689-2694.
    Direct Link  |  

  32. Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.S. Elkhadrawy, 2015. Further contribution on correlation coefficients among gene markers of some blood proteins in fertile purebred arabian mares. Int. J. Genet., 5: 15-17.
    Direct Link  |  

  33. Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2015. Quorum quenching: Unexplored strategy to control animal genital tract bacterial infection. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 1954-1962.
    Direct Link  |  

  34. El-Khadrawy, H.H., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and E.M. Hanafi, 2015. Strategies for diagnosis and treatment of uterine infection in bovines. Global Vet., 15: 98-105.
    Direct Link  |  

  35. El-Khadrawy, H.H., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and E.M. Hanafi, 2015. Lights on drugs used for treatment of ovarian disorders in farm animals. Global Vet., 14: 393-399.
    Direct Link  |  

  36. Ali, A.H. and W.M. Ahmed, 2015. Impact of post partum due care on fertility in farm animals. Global Vet., 15: 169-174.
    Direct Link  |  

  37. Ahmed, W.M., E.M. Hanafi, A.H. Ali, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. Elkhadrawy, 2015. Some managemental and reproductive aspects in relation to subsequent fertility in transitional cows. Middle-East J. Sci. Res., 23: 2748-2755.
    Direct Link  |  

  38. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. The role of foot and mouth disease outbreak in 2012 on Egyptian small ruminants and pigs. Global Veterinaria, 12: 583-587.
    Direct Link  |  

  39. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. Isolation and identification of field isolate of Peste des petits ruminants virus in Egypt. Global Veterinaria, 12: 667-672.
    Direct Link  |  

  40. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2014. Bovine Leukemia virus infection in dairy cows in Egypt. Acad. J. Cancer Res., 7: 126-130.
    Direct Link  |  

  41. Zaabal, M.M., W.M. Ahmed, E.M. Hanafi and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2014. Ovarian activity in purebred Arabian Mares in relation to some blood protein gene markers. World Applied Sc. J., 32: 2017-2019.
    Direct Link  |  

  42. Othman, O.E., W.M. Ahmed, E.A. Balabel, M.M. Zaabal, H.H. El Khadrawy and E.M. Hanafi, 2014. Genetic polymorphism of CYP19 gene and its association with ovarian activity in Egyptian buffaloes. Global Veterinaria, 12: 768-773.

  43. Hozyen, H.F.M., S.I.A. Shalaby, G.E.S. Essawy, W.M. Ahmed and M.A. Abdelrahman, 2014. Haematological and Biochemical Alterations in Crossbred in Cows Exposed to Air Pollutants during Rice Straw Burning in Lower Egypt. In: Environment and Biodiversity, Gupta, N. and D.K. Gupta (Eds.). Narendra Publishing House, Delhi, India, ISBN-13: 9789382471516, pp: 9-20.

  44. Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, M.M. Zaabal and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2014. Genomics control of folliculogenesis in animals with rmphasis to buffaloes. Global Veterinaria, 13: 680-689.
    Direct Link  |  

  45. Ahmed, W., 2013. Adverse Conditions Affecting Ovarian Activity in Farm Animals. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN: 978-3-659-34551-7, Pages: 88.

  46. Ahmed, W.M., M.M. Zaabal and A.A.R. El-Hameed, 2010. Relationship between ovarian activity and blood lead concentration in cows and buffaloes with emphases on gene frequencies of hemoglobin. Global J. Biotechnol. Biochem., 5: 1-5.

  47. Ahmed, W.M., M.M. Bashandy, A.K. Ibrahim, S.I.A. Shalaby, A.S.I. El-Moez, F.M. El-Moghazy and S.R. Ibrahim, 2010. Investigations on delayed Puberty in Egyptian buffalo-heifers with emphasis on clinicopathological changes and treatment using GnRH (Receptal®). Global Vet., 4: 78-85.

  48. Ahmed, W.M., H.H. El-Khadrawy, El-Hameed, A.A.R. and H.A. Amer, 2010. Applied investigation on ovarian inactivity in buffalo-heifers. Int. J. Acad. Res., 2: 200-250.
    Direct Link  |  

  49. El-Hameed, A.A.R., W.M. Ahmed, K.I. El-Ekhnawy and H.H. El-Khadrawy, 2009. Strategy trials for prevention of retained fetal membranes in a Friesian herd in Egypt. Global Vet., 3: 63-68.

  50. Ahmed, W.M., S.M. Habeeb, F.M. El-Moghazy and E.M. Hanafi, 2009. Observation on pediculosis in buffalo-cows with emphasis on its impact on ovarian activity and control by herbal remedies. World Applied Sci. J., 6: 1128-1138.

  51. Ahmed, W.M., H.H. El-Khadrawy, E.M. Hanafi, A.A.R. El-Hameed and H.A. Sabra, 2009. Effect of cupper deficiency on ovarian activity in Egyptian buffalo cows. World J. Zool., 4: 1-8.

  52. Ahmed, W.M., A.A.R. El-Hameed, H.H. El-Khadrawy and E.M. Hanafi, 2009. Investigations on retained placenta in Egyptian buffaloes. Global Vet., 3: 120-124.
    Direct Link  |  

  53. Ahmed, W. and M.M. Zaabal, 2009. Analyzing the immunogenetic constituents of dams, sires and calves in relation to placental retention in a Friesian herd. Global Vet., 3: 32-36.

  54. Zaher, K.S., W.M. Ahmed, S.M. Syame and H.M. El-Hewairy, 2008. Detection of health hazard- food born viruses in animal products anticipated for human consumption. Global Vet., 2: 192-197.

  55. Zaher, K.S., W.M. Ahmed and S.N. Zerizer, 2008. Observations on the biological effects of black cumin seed (Nigella sativa) and green tea (Camellia sinensis). Global Vet., 2: 198-204.

  56. Zaher, K.S. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Impact of foot and mouth disease on oxidative status and ovarian activity in Egyptian buffaloes. World J. Zool., 3: 1-7.
    Direct Link  |  

  57. Zaabal, M.M. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Monitoring of some reproductive parameters in local Egyptian Friesian cows with emphasis on the use of immunogenetic analysis for evaluation of fertility. Global J. Mol. Sci., 3: 21-26.

  58. Mohamed, A.A., W.M. Ahmed, H.M. Eissa, A.A. El-Menoufy and R.I. Sheshtawy, 2008. Investigations on semen preservation of native purebred Egyptian bulls. Proceedings of 4th International Conference Veterinary Research Division, December 26-28, 2008, NRC., pp: 211-213.

  59. Hassanain, N.A. and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Occupational exposure of buffalo gynecologists to zoonotic bacterial diseases. Res. J. Microbiol., 3: 17-23.
    CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

  60. Hanafi, E.M., W.M. Ahmed, S.I.A. El-Moez, H.H. El-Khadrawy and A.R.A. El-Hameed, 2008. Effect of clinical endometritis on ovarian activity and oxidative stress status in Egyptian buffalo-cows. Am. Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 4: 530-536.
    Direct Link  |  

  61. El-Khadrawy, H.H., F.M. El-Moghazy, M.M.A. El-Aziz and W.M. Ahmed, 2008. Field investigations on the correlation between ovarian activity and fascioliosis in buffalo-cows. American-Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 3: 539-546.

  62. El-Jakee, J.K., W.M. Ahmed, F.R. El-Seedy and S.I.A. El-Moez, 2008. Bacterial profile of the genital tract in female-buffalo during the different reproductive stages. Global Vet., 2: 7-14.

  63. Ahmed, W.M., S.I.A. El-Moez and G.M. Nabil, 2008. Observations on sub-clinical mastitis in buffalo-cows with emphasis on measuring of mlk electrical resistance for its early detection. Global Vet., 2: 41-45.

  64. Ahmed, W.M., A.R. Abd El-Hameed and F.M. El-Moghazy, 2008. Some reproductive and health aspects of female buffaloes in relation to blood lead concentration. Int. J. Dairy. Sci., 3: 63-70.
    CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

  65. Ahmed, W.M. and S.E. Hassan, 2008. A field investigation on the correlation between reproductive disorders and eimeriosis in female buffaloes with emphasis on use of partially purified oocyst antigen for diagnosis. Global Vet., 2: 372-378.

  66. Ahmed, W.M. and K.S. Zaher, 2008. A field contribution on the relation between reproductive disorders and bovine viral diarrhea virus infection in buffalo-cows. American-Eurasian J. Agric. Environ. Sci., 3: 736-742.

  67. Abd El-Moez, S.I., W.M. Ahmed, J.A. El-Jakee and F.R. El-Seedy, 2008. Observations on Lactobacillus spp. in the genital tract of buffalo-cows with emphasis on its in vitro probiotic activity. Global Veterinaria, 2: 15-21.
    Direct Link  |  

  68. Ghazy, A.A., W.M. Ahmed, M.A. Mahmoud and L.A. Ahmed, 2007. Prevalence of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and bovine viral diarrhoea viruses in female buffaloes with reproductive disorders and parasitic infections. Int. J. Dairy Sci., 2: 339-347.
    CrossRef  |  Direct Link  |  

  69. El-Moez, A.S.I., W.M. Ahmed, J.K. El-Jakee and F.R. El-Seedy, 2007. The first Egyptian buffalo calf born through non surgical embryo recovery and transfer. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference Biotechnology in Animal Reproduction, August 6-7, 2007, Vietnam Academy of Sciences and Technology, pp: 60-61.

  70. Ahmed, W.M., J.A. Al-Jakee, F.R. El-Seedy, K.I. El-Ekhnawy and A.S.I. El-Moez, 2007. Vaginal bacterial profile of buffalo-cows in relation to ovarian activity. Global Vet., 1: 1-8.
    Direct Link  |  

  71. Ahmed, W.M. and S.E. Hassan, 2007. Applied studies on coccidiosis in growing buffalo-calves with special reference to oxidant-antioxidant status. World. J. Zool., 2: 40-48.

  72. Ahmed, W.M. and G.M. Nabil, 2007. Investigations of oxidant/antioxidant status and hemoglobin biophysical properties in buffalo calves with special reference to inferior preweaning vitality. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 2353-2358.
    CrossRef  |  PubMed  |  Direct Link  |  

  73. Abd El-Razik, K.A., H.M. Desoukey and W.M. Ahmed, 2007. Investigations on brucellosis in Egyptian baladi does with emphasis on evaluation of diagnostic techniques. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 10: 342-348.
    CrossRef  |  PubMed  |  Direct Link  |