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Journal of Experimental Food Chemistry
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Sami Mohmmed Abdel Azeem

Sami Mohmmed Abdel Azeem
Sami Mohmmed Abdel Azeem
Lecturer of analytical chemistry
Chemistry Department
Fayoum University
Fayoum University


Dr. Sami Abdel Azeem is a lecturer of analytical chemistry at Fayoum university (Egypt) since 2009. He got his B. Sc in chemistry from Cairo University, Egypt (1997). In 1999, he was hired as a Demonstrator at Cairo university (Fayoum branch). From 2002 to 2004, he received his M.SC degree in Analytical Chemistry. In 2006, he earned a PhD scholarship at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) until 2008. My PhD project focused mainly on the extraction of beta-lactam antibiotics in bovine milk, human urine and pharmaceuticals. He published more than 15 papers besides several presentations. The topics of special interest are: Development of chemically modified sorbents and flow injection analysis for remediation and monitoring of environmental contaminations.

Research Interest

Quantification of heavy metals and organic toxins in food and water using on-line and off-line preconcentration techniques.


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Editorial: J Exp Food Chem 2016, 2: e106
DOI: 10.4172/2472-0542.1000e106