Dr. Fatma  M. El-Demerdash

Dr. Fatma M. El-Demerdash

Professor
Alexandria University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Alexandria University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Fatma M. El-Demerdash is currently working as Professor of Biochemistry Department of Environmental Studies Institute of Graduate Studies and Research Alexandria University Alexandria, Egypt. She obtained her Ph.D. in Environmental Studies from Institute of Graduate Studies and Research, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt. She also worked as Demonstrator, Assistant Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at Alexandria University Egypt. She is member of Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees, and basic medical Sciences for Research Centers and Institutes Committees. She also received honor includes Prize of Alexandria University for Scientific Encouragement Prize of Alexandria University for Scientific Encouragement, and Prize of Academy of Science and Technology for Scientific Encouragement in Environmental Research and Awarded Marquis Whos Who in the World, in Science and Engineering, published in 24th, 25th, 26th Editions, 2006, 2007, 2008. She is also serving as peer reviewer in number of international journals. She is also member of editorial board in many journals. She is also organized international conferences. She also attended number workshops and conferences. Her area of research interest related to Biochemistry, Environmental Toxicology, Antioxidants and Oxidative Stress, Environmental Pollution, Environmental Health. She is member of many scientific societies such as African Association of Physiological Sciences AAPS Governing Council, American Physiological Society, USA, Egyptian Society of Toxicology, Cairo, Egypt, Egyptian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Cairo, Egypt, Environment Friends Society, Alexandria, Egypt, Egyptian Physiological Society, Cairo, Egypt, Society of Environmental Toxins, Cairo, Egypt, club of Faculty of Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, and Syndicate of Scientific Professions, Alexandria, Egypt. She supervised 7 PhD students 48 MSc students, and 25 diploma students. She has published 54 articles in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Biochemistry
62%
Environmental Health
90%
Environmental Toxicology
75%
Environmental Pollution
55%

Selected Publications

  1. El-Demerdash, F.M., A.B. Jebur, H.M. Nasr and H.M. Hamid, 2019. Modulatory effect of Turnera diffusa against testicular toxicity induced by fenitrothion and/or hexavalent chromium in rats. Environ. Toxicol., 34: 330-339.
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  2. El-Demerdash, F.M., E.M. Tousson, J.Kurzepa and S.L. Habib, 2018. Xenobiotics, oxidative stress, and antioxidants. Oxid. Med. Cell. Longevity, Vol. 2018. 10.1155/2018/9758951.
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  3. Abu-Saied, M.A., R. Wycisk, M.M. Abbassy, G.A. El-Naim and F.M. El-Demerdash et al., 2017. Sulfated chitosan/PVA absorbent membrane for removal of copper and nickel ions from aqueous solutions: Fabrication and sorption studies. Carbohydr. Polym., 165: 149-158.
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  4. Nasr, H.M., F.M. El-Demerdash and W.A. El-Nagar, 2016. Neuro and renal toxicity induced by chlorpyrifos and abamectin in rats: Toxicity of insecticide mixture. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 1852-1859.
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  5. Kurzepa, J., F.M. El-Demerdash and M. Castellazzi, 2016. Matrix metalloproteinases as a pleiotropic biomarker in medicine and biology. Dis. Markers, Vol. 2016. 10.1155/2016/9275204.
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  6. El-Demerdash, F.M., E.A. Abbady and H.H. Baghdadi, 2016. Oxidative stress modulation by Rosmarinus officinalis in creosote-induced hepatotoxicity. Environ. Toxicol., 31: 85-92.
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  7. Baghdadi, H.H., F.M. El-Demerdash, E.H. Radwan and S. Hussein, 2016. The protective effect of Coriandrum sativum L. oil against liver toxicity induced by Ibuprofen in rats. J. Biosci. Applied Res., 2: 197-202.
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  8. El-Demerdash, F.M., A.M. Abdullah and D.A. Ibrahim, 2015. Removal of trihalo methanes using activated carbon prepared from agricultural solid wastes. Hydrol. Curr. Res., Vol. 6 10.4172/2157-7587.1000193.
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  9. Abu-Saied, M.A., M.E. Youssef, M.E. El-Naggar, R. Wycisk and G.A. El-Naim et al., 2015. Efficient adsorption of copper and nickel ions from aqueous solution using sulfonated poly (vinyl alcohol)/Chitosan/Arabic gum as adsorbent membrane. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 9: 310-320.
  10. Jebur, A.J., H.M. Nasr and F.M. El-Demerdash, 2014. Selenium modulates β-cyfluthrin-induced liver oxidative toxicity in rats. Environ. Toxicol., 29: 1323-1329.
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  11. El-Demerdash, F.M. and H.M. Nasr, 2014. Antioxidant effect of selenium on lipid peroxidation, hyperlipidemia and biochemical parameters in rats exposed to diazinon. J. Trace Elements Med. Biol., 28: 89-93.
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  12. El-Demerdash, F.M., Y. Dewer, R.H. ElMazoudy and A.A. Attia, 2013. Kidney antioxidant status, biochemical parameters and histopathological changes induced by methomyl in CD-1 mice. Exp. Toxicol. Pathol., 65: 897-901.
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  13. El-Demerdash, F.M., A.B. Jebur and H.M. Nasr, 2013. Oxidative stress and biochemical perturbations induced by insecticides mixture in rat testes. J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 48: 593-599.
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  14. El-Demerdash, F.M., A.A. Attia and R.H. Elmazoudy, 2012. Biochemical and histopathological changes induced by different time intervals of methomyl treatment in mice liver. J. Environ. Sci. Health Part A: Toxic/Hazard. Subst. Environ. Eng., 47: 1948-1954.
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  15. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2012. Cytotoxic effect of fenitrothion and lambda-cyhalothrin mixture on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant defense system in rat kidney. J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 47: 262-268.
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  16. El-Kafafi, E.S., F.M. El-Demerdash, M. El Sheikh and A.A. Helaly, 2011. Genotypic effects, oxidative stress and tolerance mechanisms induced by cadmium in two Lactuca sativa cultivars. J. Agric. Chem. Biotechnol., 2: 139-153.
  17. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2011. Oxidative stress and hepatotoxicity induced by synthetic pyrethroids-organophosphate insecticides mixture in rat. J. Environ. Sci. Health C, 29: 145-158.
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  18. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2011. Lipid peroxidation, oxidative stress and acetylcholinesterase in rat brain exposed to organophosphate and pyrethroid insecticides. Food Chem. Toxicol., 49: 1346-1352.
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  19. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and F.M.E. Radwan, 2009. Ameliorating effect of curcumin on sodium arsenite-induced oxidative damage and lipid peroxidation in different rat organs. Food Chem. Toxicol., 47: 249-254.
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  20. Yousef, M.I., F.M. El-Demerdash and F.M.E. Radwan, 2008. Sodium arsenite induced biochemical perturbations in rats: Ameliorating effect of curcumin. Food Chem. Toxicol., 46: 3506-3511.
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  21. Yousef, M.I., K.I. Kamel, M.I. El-Guendi and F.M. El-Demerdash, 2007. An in vitro study on reproductive toxicity of aluminium chloride on rabbit sperm: The protective role of some antioxidants. Toxicology, 239: 213-223.
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  22. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2007. Lambda-cyhalothrin-induced changes in oxidative stress biomarkers in rabbit erythrocytes and alleviation effect of some antioxidants. Toxicol. In vitro, 21: 392-397.
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  23. Yousef, M.I., F.M. El-Demerdash, K.I. Kamil and F.A.M. Elaswad, 2006. Ameliorating effect of folic acid on chromium (VI)-induced changes in reproductive performance and seminal plasma biochemistry in male rabbits. Reprod. Toxicol., 21: 322-328.
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  24. Yousef, M.I. and F.M. El-Demerdash, 2006. Acrylamide-induced oxidative stress and biochemical perturbations in rats. Toxicology, 219: 133-141.
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  25. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and F.A. Elaswad, 2006. Biochemical study on the protective role of folic acid in rabbits treated with chromium (VI). J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 41: 731-746.
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  26. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and N.I.A. El-Naga, 2005. Biochemical study on the hypoglycemic effects of onion and garlic in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Food Chem. Toxicol., 43: 57-63.
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  27. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and M.A. Zoheir, 2005. Stannous chloride induces alterations in enzyme activities, lipid peroxidation and histopathology in male rabbit: Antioxidant role of vitamin C. Food. Chem. Toxicol., 43: 1743-1752.
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  28. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef, F.S. Kedwanyand and H.H. Baghdadi, 2004. Role of α-tocopherol and β-carotene in ameliorating the fenvalerate-induced changes in oxidative stress, hemato-biochemical parameters, and semen quality of male rats. J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 93: 443-459.
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  29. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef, F.S. Kedwany and H.H. Baghdadi, 2004. Cadmium-induced changes in lipid peroxidation, blood hematology, biochemical parameters and semen quality of male rats: Protective role of vitamin E and β-carotene. Food Chem. Toxicol., 42: 1563-1571.
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  30. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2004. Antioxidant effect of vitamin E and selenium on lipid peroxidation, enzyme activities and biochemical parameters in rats exposed to aluminium. J. Trace Elem. Med. Biol., 18: 113-121.
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  31. Yousef, M.I., F.M. El-Demerdash, K.I. Kamel and K.S. Al-Salhen, 2003. Changes in some hematological and biochemical indices of rabbits induced by isoflavones and cypermethrin. Toxicology, 189: 223-234.
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  32. Yousef, M.I., F.M. El-Demerdash and K.S. Al-Salhen, 2003. Protective role of isoflavones against the toxic effect of cypermethrin on semen quality and testosterone levels of rabbits. J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 38: 463-478.
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  33. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and K.S. Al-Salhen, 2003. Protective effects of isoflavone on some biochemical parameters affected by cypermethrin in male rabbits. J. Environ. Sci. Health Part B: Pestic. Food Contam. Agric. Wastes, 38: 365-378.
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  34. Yousef, M.I., H.A. El Hendy, F.M. EI-Demerdash and E.I. Elagamy, 2002. Dietary zinc deficiency induced changes in the activity and levels of free radicals, lipids and protein electrophoretic behavior in growing rats. Toxicology, 175: 223-234.
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  35. El-Demerdash, F.M., M.I. Yousef and E.I. Elagamy, 2001. Influence of paraquat, glyphosate, and cadmium on the activity of some serum enzymes and protein electrophoretic behavior (in vitro). J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 36: 29-42.
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  36. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2001. Effects of selenium and mercury on the enzymatic activities and lipid peroxidation in brain, liver and blood of rats. J. Environ. Sci. Health B, 36: 489-499.
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  37. El-Demerdash, F.M., 2001. Bioaccumulation of chromium and copper in fish brain and their effect on acetylcholinesterase activity. Bull. Fac. Sci., 41: 87-95.
  38. El-Demerdash, F.M. and G. Hosny, 2000. Effect of lead on the catalytic performance of some tissue enzymes of cat fish and Tilapia nilotica. J. Egypt. Soc. Toxicol., 23: 41-47.
  39. Yousef, M.I., F.M. El-Demerdash and E.I. El-Agamy, 1999. Effect of ascorbic acid on some biochemical parameters of rabbits affected by aflatoxin B1. Environ. Nutr. Interact., 3: 141-153.
  40. El-Demerdash, F.M., M. Yousef and S.A. Sheweita, 1999. Ameliorating effect of some antioxidants on carbon tetrachloride-induced biochemical alterations in rats. Environ. Nutr. Interact., 3: 245-255.
  41. El-Demerdash, F.M. and E.I. Elagamy, 1999. Biological effects in Tilapia nilotica fish as indicators of pollution by cadmium and mercury. Int. J. Environ. Health Res., 9: 173-186.
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