Editor - Mohammed H. Abdulla | University Sains Malaysia | 9590
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Mohammed H. Abdulla

Mohammed H. Abdulla
Mohammed H. Abdulla
School of pharmaceutical sciences
University Sains Malaysia


I was born in Baghdad, Iraq on 6 April 1978. I finished my B.Sc in pharmacy in the year 2001 at the college of Pharmacy, University of Baghdad, Iraq. I have worked as a hospital pharmacist in the government sector and as a retail pharmacist in the private sector. In 2002, I was appointed as a teaching fellow in the college of Pharmacy, University of Baghdad and I assisted practical classes teaching in the field of Pharmacognosy for more than 5 years. Following this, I joined as a Master degree student at the Physiology department, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysiain January 2007 and I was granted the degree in May 2009. I have studied at the same school as a Ph.D candidate since August 2009 until present. I have received several awards such as the Vice Chancellor’s award, best Master degree thesis and best publication awards.

Research Interest

The main interest of research has been towards more understanding of the neural control of renal haemodynamic and excretory function. This has involved a close look at the key regulatory roleplayed by renal sympathetic nerves. Furthermore, explorethe functional contribution of alpha 1 adrenoceptor subtypes and angiotensin II receptors in pathophysiological states, with specific regard to hypertension, diabetes, heart failure, chronic and acute renal failure and diet-induced metabolic syndrome.



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