Dr. Raafat Mohamed ShaapanAssistant Professor
National Research Center, Egypt
Ph.D. in Food Hygiene from Cairo University, Egypt
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Dr. Raafat Mohamed Shaapan, PhD is an Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology and zoonotic Diseases at zoonotic Disease Department, Veterinary Research, National Research Center, Egypt. He received his PhD degree in Food Hygiene from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Cairo University in 2004. His topic of PhD thesis is “Studies on ovine toxoplasmosis with special respect to its control”. Dr. Shaapan has over 50 scientific papers and projects either presented or published. He is an internationally recognized expert in many areas of Epidemiology and Zoonoses including infectious diseases, Internal Medicine, Clinical Research and Parasitic Zoonoses. He is a regularly sought after and requested lecturer at the majority of major medical schools, health systems, and National Medical Symposiums throughout the Egypt and Arab Countries. Dr. Shaapan is the International Reviewer, Associate and Technical Editor for a group of specialized international scientific journals of veterinary medicine, zoonoses, infectious diseases and epidemiology and belongs to many International Publisher (Springer, Academic Journals, Asian Network for Scientific information, -Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publisher, International Greener Journals, science international, Merit research journals and Elsevier). Dr. Shaapan has served as a member of various medical and scientific societies and acted on a number of institutional committees including the Medical Committee and veterinary science.