Editor - Ahmed Ragab Gaber Ahmed | Beni-Suef University | 24399

Journal of Clinical and Experimental Endocrinology
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Ahmed Ragab Gaber Ahmed

Ahmed Ragab Gaber Ahmed
Ahmed R. G. Associate Professor of developmental and experimental biology Division of Anatomy and Embryology, Zoology department Faculty of Science, Beni-Suef University Egypt


He was done Postdoctoral Courses: Cell death mechanisms and neuroprotective strategies in neurological disorders (animal and human models) in 2009 and Postgraduate Courses: Evolution sense organs and animal behaviors in 2007, Undergraduate Courses: Nuclear physics, electrical physics, thermal physics, instrumental chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry, histology, cell biology, embryology, comparative anatomy, physiology, molecular biology in 2000.

Done workshop in Digital Library and windows digital communication of scientific sources and global information and Professional Workshop in Plagiarism and Scientific thinking and writing.

His publication: - International books: 3, International papers: 42

He was done 24 conferences and his speciality in Developmental Neurotoxicology, Developmental Neuroendocrinology ,Developmental Neuroscience.

Research Interest

Perinatal and Placental/Pregnancy Researches:

● Developmental neuroscience, developmental neurotoxicology, developmental neuroendocrinology, developmental biology, evolutionary endocrinology, developmental physiology, developmental neuroscience, neurodevelopmental behavior (cognitive science) and molecular development.

● Study the mechanisms of endocrine disruptors and anti-thyroid drugs during the development of rats and chicken.

● Study the effect of perinatal halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons exposure on the developmental neuroendocrine and adipokines (fat metabolism) systems.

● Study the genomic and non-genomic actions of thyroid hormones on the cellular proliferations and differentiations.