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Editor - Mohamed Abdulrahim Jamal | University of Texas | 25603
ISSN: 2332-0877

Journal of Infectious Diseases & Therapy
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Mohamed Abdulrahim Jamal

Mohamed Abdulrahim Jamal
Mohamed A Jamal
Senior Research Scientist
Department of Genomic Medicine
University of Texas-MD Anderson Cancer Center
USA
University of Texas

Biography

Mohamed A. Jamal received his PhD in Microbial Genetics from the University of Madras, India. He is a senior scientist at the Department of Genomic Medicine, University of Texas-MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. He has published over 40 international peer-reviewed papers in the field of Microbial Genetics/Molecular Microbiology/Infectious Diseases. He has been the recipient of national and international fellowships and awards. He also serves as reviewer for more than 25 scientific international journals. In addition to his current major research interest on role of gut microbiome in bone marrow transplant outcomes, his research interests include: genomics and bioinformatics, molecular and genetics aspects of biofilm, prevention of biofilm caused by healthcare-associated pathogens, molecular epidemiology, bacterial pathogenesis, and host/genetic susceptibility to infections.

Research Interest

Microbiome, Bacterial genomics, Pathogenesis of biofilm, prevention of biofilm caused by healthcare-associated pathogens, and host/genetic susceptibility to infections.

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