Dr. Hanan Moawia Ibrahim

Dr. Hanan Moawia Ibrahim

Associate Professor
International University of Africa, Sudan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microbiology from University of Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

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Biography

Dr. Hanan Moawia Ibrahim is currently working as Associate Professor at Central Lab Ministry of Science and Communication Sudan and also Head of Biology-Department, Vice Chancellor General Director. She obtained her PhD in Microbiology from University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Faculty of Science and Technology. Her research interest focused on several topics, Design of biological systems (single and multistage) for the production of Primary and secondary metabolites, Evaluation (qualitative and quantitative) of fermentation process, Development and optimization of high density biomass production Systems, Production of industrial products from microorganism eg. Nattokinase, CGTase, α- amylase, antibiotics, food preservatives, Streptokinase, alcohol, vitamins, bacterio-cin, L-asparaginase and lignin. Her specialization includes Industrial Microbiology, Fermentation Technology, and Microbial Enzymes. She supervised 10 MSc, 3 PhD and 3 BSc students. She also organized many workshops. She is member of following scientific societies, IT Industry and Information Industry, Ministry of Science and Technology, Order of Priorities and Identification of Priorities for Programs and Research Projects, The plan of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Promotion Committee of the Central Laboratory, Vice-Chairman of the Central Union of Workers of the Lab, Scientific Committee of the Central Lab, Algazira Project Committee. She has published 12 articles in journals, 5 conference proceedings as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Microbial Enzymes
62%
Fermentation Technology
90%
Optimization Methods
75%
Industrial Microbiology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ibrahim, H.M., S.M.S.M. Salih, R. Eltaeeb and E.E. Elkhidir, 2018. Extraction and optimization of l- asparaginase produced by local isolates of E.coli. Am. J. Sci. Technol., 5: 5-11.

  2. Ibrahim, H.M. and M.A.E. Ahmed, 2017. A potential new isolate for actinokinase production. EC Microbiol., 10: 179-185.
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  3. Hassan, Z.R., H.M. Ibrahim, F.M. Elsheikh and N.A. Elawad, 2017. Isolation and molecular characterization of bacterial sinusitis isolated from sudanese patients. Int. J. Adv. Pharm. Biol. Chem., 6: 109-116.

  4. Amna, E.M., H.M. Ibrhim and S. Jasni, 2017. Ultrastructural pathology associated with attachment of Pasteurella multocida serotype B: 2 to tracheal and pulmonary endothelial cells and tracheal cilia of mice. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biol. Med., 2: 16-24.

  5. Amna, E.M., H.M. Ibrahim and S. Jasni, 2017. Observation of apoptosis in calves experimentally infected with Pasteurella multocida SErotype B:2. Int. J. Curr. Res. Med. Sci., 3: 61-70.
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  6. Oboody, F.A.H., H.B. Elamin and H.M. Ibrahim, 2016. Evaluation of biogas productivity from the mixtures of vinasse, wastewater and filter mud. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., 5: 117 -126.
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  7. Hamadan, W.A.A.R., A.M. Alawad, E.E. Elkhidir and H.M. Ibrahim, 2016. Enhancing media compositions for nattokinase production: an approach of response surface methodology. Int. J. adv. Res., 4: 1536-1546.

  8. Elkhidir, M., H.M. Ibrahim, M.O.M. Nour, A.O. Sharief and R.E. Osman, 2016. Studies on antimicrobial activity and synergistic effect of Jatropha curcas L. and moringa oliefera LAM. J. Int. Res. Med. Pharm. Sci., 7: 19-27.

  9. Babiker, B.M., M.A.E. Ahmed and H.M. Ibrahim, 2016. Isolation &identification of catalase producing Bacillus spp: A comparative study. Int. J. Adv. Res., 4 : 1206-1211.

  10. Ahmed, M.A.E., B.M. Babiker, A.M. Alawad and H.M. Ibrahim, 2016. Isolation and Characterization of Thermophilic Streptomyces Sp.with potential production of actinokinase. Int. J. Adv. Res., 4: 869-878.

  11. Adam, N.O., A.M. Alawad, K.A. Enan, M.O. Mustafa and H.M. Ibrahim, 2016. Screening and Molecular characterization of Staphylokinase producing Staphylococcus spp isolated from Bovine milk. IJAPBC, 5: 386-395.
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  12. Obeid, A.E.F.E., A.M. Alawad and H.M. Ibrahim, 2015. Isolation and characterization of Bacillus subtillus with potential production of nattokinase. Int. J. Adv. Res., 3: 94-101.
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  13. Ibrahim, H.M., K.I. Bashir, E.E. Elkhidir, M.I. Alnour and O. Elyas, 2015. Tatistical optimization of culture conditions for nattokinase production by batch fermentation. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., 4: 143-153.

  14. Eldeen, K.I., H.M. Ibrahim, E.E. Elkhidir and H.B. Elamin, 2015. Optimization of culture conditions to enhance nattokinase production using RSM. Am. J. Microbiol. Res., 3: 165-170.
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  15. Basheer, N., A. Modawi, H.B. Elamin and H.M. Ibrahim, 2015. A potential new isolate for streptokinase production. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., 4: 380-387.
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  16. Alnour, M.I., K.I. Bashir, O. Elyas, E.E. Elkhidir and H.M. Ibrahim, 2015. Optimization of some culture conditions to enhance α-amylase production using response surface methodology. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., 4: 157-165.
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  17. Awla, S.A., Z.R. Hassan, F.M. El-Shaikh, H.H. El-Kamali and H.M. Ibrahim, 2014. Antimicrobial activity of new isolate extract against bacterial food contaminant and pathogen. Microbiol. J., 4: 1-11.

  18. Alfadil, M.A., M. Abdallah and H.M. Ibrahim, 2014. Isolation and screening of Streptomyces from local area in Sudan in the presence of amphotericin A and B. Am. J. Sci. Technol., 1: 288-292.
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  19. Ahmed, A.A., H.B. Elamin and H.M. Ibrahim, 2014. Characterization of α-amylase produced by different bacillus spp. Gezira J. Eng. Applied Sci., 9: 16-33.
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  20. Alkando, A.A., H.B. Elamin and H.M. Ibrahim, 2013. Extraction of a thermostable extracellular α- amylase from bacillus licheniformis isolated from soil in Sudan. Sudan Acad. Sci. J., 4: 17-38.

  21. Ibrahim, H.M. and E.E. Elkhidir, 2011. Response surface method as an efficient tool for medium optimisation. Trends Applied Sci. Res., 6: 121-129.
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  22. Ahmed, A.A. and H.M. Ibrahim, 2011. A potential new isolate for the production of a thermostable extracellular α-amylase. J. Bacteriol. Res., 3: 129-137.
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  23. Ibrahim, H.M., W.M.W. Yusoff, A.A. Hamid and O. Omar, 2010. Enhancement of cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production by Bacillus G1 using different fermentation modes. Biotechnology, 9: 506-512.
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  24. Ibrahim, H.M., W.M.W. Yusoff, A.A. Hamid, R.M. Illias, O. Hassan and O. Omar, 2005. Optimization of medium for the production of β-cyclodextrin glucanotransferase using Central Composite Design (CCD). Process Biochem., 40: 753-758.
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  25. Ibrahim, H.M., W.M.W. Yusoff, A.A. Hamid and O. Omer, 2004. Batch and continuous fermentation of glucanotransferase production by a local Bacillus G1. Proceedings of the 7th National Symposium of Biology, May 18-20, 2004, UKM., Awan Golf and Country Resort, Genting Highlands, Malaysia, pp: 105-109.

  26. Ibrahim, H.M., W.M.W. Yusoff, A.A. Hamid, R.M. Illias and O. Omer, 2003. Optimization of the process conditions for cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production using response surface methodology. Asian J. Microbiol., Biotechnol. Environ. Sci., 5: 297-300.
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  27. Yusoff, W.M.W., H.M. Ibrahim, A.A. Hamid, R.M.I.O. Hassan and O. Omer, 2002. A potential new isolate for β-cyclodextrin glucanotransferase production. Malaysian J. Biochem. Mol. Biol., 7: 13-17.

  28. Yusoff, W.M.W., H.M. Ibrahim, A.A. Hamid, R.M.I.O. Hassan and O. Omer, 2001. A new isolate for β-cyclodextrin glucanotransferase productio. Proceedings of 26th Annual Conference of Malaysian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, October 2-4, 2001, Crown Princess Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp: 57-57.