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CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Adel Mohamed M. Saudi.
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 Religion: Moslem
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 Date of birth: 6 September, 1950
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1950Place of birth: Cairo – Egypt.\
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 Marital state: married with boy and girl.
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2Nationality: Egyptian
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Present position: Professor of food hygiene- Head of food hygiene department.Faculty of veterinary – Cairo university.
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Address: Department of Food Hygiene, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza square, Egypt. 12211.Telephone :(Work): 202/5720478, 5720399, 5720799, 5716841(Home): 202/3303207 (Mobile): 01006885037E-mail : adelsaudi2005@ yahoo.comQualifications:*B. Of Vet. Med. Sc. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*English Certificate: The American University in Cairo, Division of Public Service.*M. Of Vet. Med. Sc. Fac. of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*Ph. D. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*TOEFL test. Institution of AMIDEAST/EGYPT, August 1990.*International Certification "ISO 9000:2000 Series" "Auditor/ Lead Auditor Training Course.Education and Career history:*Sept. 1969 – Jun. 1974: Undergraduate study, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*July 1975 – March 1978: Postgraduate demonstrator, Department of Food Hygiene (Milk hygiene), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*June 1978 – December 1980: Assistant lecture Department of Food Hygiene (Milk hygiene), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*Feb. 1981 – March 1986: Lecturer, Department of Food Hygiene (Milk hygiene), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.*March 1986 – March 1991: Assistant Professor Department of Food Hygiene (Milk hygiene), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.
 
*March 1991 – Present: Professor, Department of Food Hygiene (Milk hygiene), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.* 1st of August, 2008 – September, 2010: Head of food hygiene department. Facultyof veterinary – Cairo university from 1st of Aug.Teaching Experience:*Involvement in development of teaching curriculum for undergraduate programs offood hygiene sciences, Diploma of food hygiene, Master veterinary science and Ph. D. programs of Food hygiene by course work.*Instruction of following courses at AL-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya (Sept.1992 - Oct. 1994): Milk & dairy products hygiene, Eggs & Edible fats and Oils (Chemistry, Microbiology & Food Sensory Quality Assessment).*Supervision of many Ph. D. and Master Veterinary Science students.*Assessment of high degree theses, externally and in my collage.*Assessment of researches for many scientific journals.*Assessment of researches for higher degree (Assistant Professor and Professor).Scholarship and researchPostgraduate Scholarship (January 1992 – May 1992) United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), (Institute of Milk Secretion and Mastitis), Maryland, USA. WithDr. Max j. Paape, “research physiologist, Milk Secretion and Mastitis Laboratory” [Intramammary Immune System Response To Both Smooth, Abraded Intrammamary Devicesand Immunization]. The work includes immunization studies with dairy cows. Thisinvolved insertion of the intramammary devices and taking of blood and milk samples before and after immunization. Neutrophils in these samples were isolated and phagocytosis studies were conducted. Phagocytosis was determined by incubating the isolated cells with fluorescent-labeled bacteria and measuring uptake witha flow cytometer.Invited lectures and seminarsInvolvement in teaching curriculum for postgraduate students from different countries inside and outside my countries.Training courses in HACCP applpication, Prerequisite programsPublications:*Total numbers of Publications: 35*FOUR books: 3 in Arabic and one text book in English.*Many article in Arabic and English language.Peer reviewed papers published in Egyptian journals:1-Occurrence of Yeasts in some Egyptian dairy products. Journal of Egyptian Vet.Med. Association 42 (3) 5 (1982).2-Fungal contamination of hard cheese. Assuit Vet. Med. Journal, 11 (22) 125 (1984).3-Bacteriological quality of infant milk foods. Assuit Vet. Med. Journal, 12 (23) 125 (1984).4-Studies on sanitary condition of “SOBIA” in Egypt. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal, 33 (2) 21 (1985).5- Psychrotrophic bacteria in milk and some dairy products. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal,33 (2) 47 (1985).6- Microbiological status oflocally manufactured “Mish Cheese”. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal, 33(2) 179 (1985).7-Studies on microbiological quality of “LABAN SALATA” sold in greater Cairo. Alex.
 
Journal Vet. Sci., 2 (2) 169 (1986).8-Chemical and microbiological evaluation of “MISH” exposed for sale in Giza markets. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 3 (1) 21 (1987).9-Microbiological evaluation of Egyptian “TEHIENA SALAD”. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 3(2) 69 (1987).10-Microbiological pollution of egg shells. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 3 (2) 77 (1987).11-Plastic containers as a source of contamination of pasteurized milk. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal , 36 (1) 29 (1988).12-Aspects on the microbial status in fruit yogurt. Zagazig Vet. Journal, XVI (2B) 130 (1988).13-Incidence of yeasts and moulds in sour cream produced at Sharkia governorate. . Zagazig Vet. Journal, 16 (4) 341 (1989).14-Evaluation of microbiological methods used for detecting erythromycin residues in milk. Zagazig Vet. Journal, 17 (1) 234 (1989).15-Aspects on the microbiological status of yogurt plastic containers. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal , 37 (3) 397 (1989).16-Udder, milking machines and milkers hands as a source of contamination to produced milk. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal , 37 (3) 407 (1989).17-Effect of antibiotics on the bacterial flora of raw milk. Alex. Journal Vet.Sci., 5 (2) 195 (1989).18-Microbiological studies on market hen eggs. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 5 (2) 219 (1989).19-Fungalcontamination of ready-to-eat meals in airline catering. Fleischwirtsch 70 (5) 563 (1990).20-Mycological evaluation of Egyptian dairy dessert “Rice -milk”. Zagazig Vet. Journal, 18 (3) 145 (1990).21-Bacteriological quality of market ice-cream. Zagazig Vet. Journal, 18 (3) 158(1990).22-Antibiotic residues in dry powdered milk sold in Cairo city. Zagazig Vet.Journal, 18 (4) 42 (1990).23-Microbiological status of chocolate and fruity milks. Cairo Vet. Med. Journal, 38 (3) 363 (1990).24-Bacteriological quality of UHT-milk in Giza city. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 6 (1) 39(1990).25-Thermophilic bacteria in market raw milk in Giza city. Alex. Journal Vet. Sci., 6 (1) 47(1990).26-Incidence of Enterobacteriaceae in market milk in Cairo and its suburbs. Assuit Vet. Med. Journal, 24 (47) 134 (1990).27-Examination of milk for Aflatoxin M1 by Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbant Assay (EL

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