Sherif M. Sabry Hassan, (M.D., Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor at the A.T. Still University (Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine), a member of the American Association of University Professors, American Association of Osteopathic Medical Professors, American Association of Anatomy, Kirksville Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society (Missouri-USA), Egyptian Society for Anatomy, Egyptian Society for Clinical Pathology, and Editorial Board Member of the Journal, JSM Clinical Pharmaceutics.
Dr. Sherif S. Hassan completed his Baccalaureate of Medicine and Surgery from the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University (1990) in Egypt, has earned a Master’s degree of Science in Clinical and Chemical Pathology (1995), another Master’s degree in Basic Medical Science (2000), and Doctorate of Basic Medical Science, specialized in Anatomy, (2004) from the same school.
As an educator, Dr. Hassan was certified by the National Board Of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) as a skilled item - writer (2012), and was assigned as a member of the Neuroscience Curriculum Committee by ATSU, and as a researcher, Dr. Hassan was certified by the National Institute Of Health (NIH) of completion of training courses of the items “Protecting Human Research Participants” and “Financial Conflict of Interests (FCOI)” under certification number 1366314 (2014).
MAJOR RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Using histological, ultrastructural, immune histochemical, and biochemical techniques to study;
The side effects of substances and drugs and the protective effects of other drugs on the same cells, tissues and organ systems;
Simulating the pathology of Alzheimer’s disease and studying its progression by investigating the protective effect of various substances against cortical neuronal amyloid degeneration, in neurons derived from mouse hippocampus and in a transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.
Studying drugs treating overactive bladder syndrome
MINOR RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Educational research in teaching Neuroscience
Evaluation of neovascularization in urinary bladder carcinoma
Studying the variations in the maxillary artery in the infratemporal fossa