Dr. Khaled Moussad Ibrahim Sultan

Dr. Khaled Moussad Ibrahim Sultan

Lecturer
Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Parasitology from Kafrelshiekh University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Khaled Sultan is currently working as Teacher and Practices of Veterinary Parasitology. He obtained his PhD degree in Philosophy Doctorate of Veterinary Medical Sciences from Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt. His topic of PhD thesis is “Morphological and Genetic Analysis of some Gastrointestinal Parasites in Domestic and Wild Ruminants”. His past working experience includes Demonstrator of Parasitology, Parasitology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kafr Elsheikh Branch, Tanta University, Egypt and Assistant lecturer of Parasitology at Kafrelsheikh University Egypt. Dr. Khaled Sultan received honors includes, scholarship holder from Egyptian Government to Yamaguchi University Japan, Post-doctoral fellowship holder from Egyptian Government to Gifu University Japan. He published 12 articles in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Veterinary Parasitology
62%
Protozoa
90%
Genetics
75%
Pathogenesis
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sultan, K., W. Elmonir and Y. Hegazy, 2016. Gastrointestinal parasites of sheep in Kafrelsheikh governorate, Egypt: Prevalence, control and public health implications. Beni-Suef Univ. J. Basic Appl. Sci., 5: 79-84.
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  2. Sultan, K., N.M. Elhawary, S.S.G. Sorour and H.M. Sharaf, 2015. Observations of the rabbit pinworm Passalurus ambiguus (Rudolphi, 1819) in domestic rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in Egypt using a scanning electron microscope. Trop. Biomed., 32: 745-752.
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  3. Elsify, A., T. Sivakumar, M. Nayel, A. Salama and A. Elkhtam et al., 2015. An epidemiological survey of bovine Babesia and Theileria parasites in cattle, buffaloes and sheep in Egypt. Parasitol. Int., 64: 79-85.
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  4. Elmonir, W., W. Mousa and K. Sultan, 2015. The prevalence of some parasitic zoonoses in different slaughtered animal species at abattoir in the mid-Delta of Egypt; with special reference to its economic implications. Alexand. J. Vet. Sci., 47: 97-103.
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  5. El-Seify M.A., M.G. Aggour, K. Sultan, N.M. Marey, 2015. Ectoparasites in stray cats in alexandria province, egypt: A survey study. Alexandria J. Vet. Sci., 48: 115-120.
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  6. Desouky A.Y., K. Sultan, K. Alekhnawy and N. Ammar, 2015. A preliminary survey on eimeria species infecting chicken in gharbia governorate, mid-delta of egypt. Egypt. Vet. Med. Soc. Parasitology J., .

  7. Abdel-Rahman A.A., Y.M. Hegazy, K. Sultan and M.H. Al-Gaabary, 2015. Clinical, hematological and parasitological study on canine babesiosis. Kafrelsheikh Vet. Med. J., .

  8. Sultan, K., 2014. Key Findings in Veterinary Parasitology I. Veterinary Helminthology: Platyhelminthes I. Digenetic Trematoda & Cestoda. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3659549922, Pages: 68.

  9. Sultan, K. and R.E. Khalafalla, 2014. First record of chewing louse Heterodoxus spiniger (Insecta, Phthiraptera, Boopidae) on stray dogs from northern region of Egypt. Trop. Biomed., 31: 378-380.
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  10. Sultan, K., R.E. Khalafalla and M.A. Elseify, 2013. Preliminary investigation on Buxtonella sulcata (Jameson, 1926) (Ciliphora: Trichostomatidae) in Egyptian ruminants. Beni-Suef Vet. Med. J., 22: 91-94.

  11. Sultan, K., M. Omar, A.Y. Desouky and M.A. El-Seify, 2013. Molecular and phylogenetic study on Toxocara vitulorum from cattle in the mid-Delta of Egypt. J. Parasitic Dis., (In Press). 10.1007/s12639-013-0373-7.
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  12. Omar, M.A., A.M. Metwally and K. Sultan, 2013. Molecular and phylogenetic status of Fasciola sp., of cattle in Qena, Upper Egypt. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 726-730.
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  13. Omar, M., K. Sultan, M. Haridy and A. Omran, 2013. Prevalence of cystic echinococcosis in slaughtered ruminants in different abattoirs, Upper Egypt. Am. J. Anim. Vet. Sci., 8: 117-121.
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  14. Adhikari, B.B., H.B. Rana, K.M.I. Sultan, B. Devkota and T. Nakao et al., 2013. Prevalence of Buxtonella sulcata in water buffaloes and cows in Chitwan Valley, Southern Nepal. Jpn. J. Vet. Parasitol., 11: 55-60.

  15. Abdo, W. and K. Sultan, 2013. Histopathological findings of the kidney trematoda Paratanaisia spp. (Digenea: Eucotylidae) in cattle egret (Bubulcus ibis). Revista Brasileira Parasitologia Veterinaria, 22: 312-313.
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  16. Sultan, K., M. Omar, P. Makouloutou, Y. Kaneshiro and E. Saita et al., 2012. Molecular genetic conspecificity of Spiculopteragia houdemeri (Schwartz, 1926) and S. andreevae (Drozdz, 1965) (Nematoda: Ostertagiinae) from wild ruminants in Japan. J. Helminthol., 88: 1-12.
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  17. Sultan, K., A.Y. Desoukey, N.M. Elbahy and M.A. Elseify, 2012. Evaluation of indirect ELISA in diagnosis of natural ovine cysticerciosis and haemonchosis. Online J. Anim. Feed Res., 2: 301-302.

  18. Sultan, K., P. Makouloutou, Y. Kinjo, E. Saita and M. Yokoyama et al., 2011. Morphological polymorphism of Spiculopteragia houdemeri (Schwartz, 1926) (Nematoda: Ostertagiinae) from wild ruminants in Japan. Proceedings of the 152nd Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, (JSoVS'11), Japan, Pages: 197-.

  19. Adhikari, B., H. Rana, B. Devkota, I. Dhakal, K. Sultan, S. Natsumi and H. Sato, 2011. High incidence of Sarcocystis fusiformis in the esophagus of Buffalo in Nepal. Proceedings of 151st Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, (JSVS'11), Japan, Pages: 219-.

  20. Sultan, K., A.Y. Desoukey, M.A. Elsiefy and N.M. Elbahy, 2010. An abattoir study on the prevalence of some gastrointestinal helminths of sheep in Gharbia Governorate, Egypt. Global Veterinaria, 5: 84-87.
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  21. Omar, M., K. Suzuki, T. Tomoka, M. Yokoyama and K. Sultan et al., 2010. First record of Elaeophora elaphi Hernandez et al., 1986 (Nematoda; Onchocercidae) from sika deer in Japan. Proceedings of the 149th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, (JSVS'10), Japan, Pages: 244-.