Section Coordinator

Name Mohamed Saied Tewfeek Ali
Nationality Egyptian
Gender Male
Date of Birth 28/3/1955
Place of Birth Egypt
Social status Married
College College of Medicine Najran university
Department Physiology
Position Professor
Date of Latest degree 30/4/2000
Address  Work: Physiology Department, College of Medicine, Najran University. Residence: Egypt, Zagazig, Elqumaia Tolba Eoeda street.In Saudi Arabia: Najran Telephone: in Egypt 002/0552343578, 0020552306851 In Saudi Arabia: 0553328417 Email:
Degrees and Qualifications 1-M.B,B.S 1980 2-M.S.C in physiology 1985. 3-M.D, Ph.D in physiology 1988.
History of academic and employment career 1-physican in Zagazig university hospitals 1981-1982. 2-Demonstrator in physiology department 1983-1985. 3-Assistant lecturer in physiology department 1985-1988. 4-Lecturer in physiology department 1988-1992. 5-Assistant professor in physiology department 1993-2000. 6-Professor of physiology since 2000 7-Lecturer in Sanna university 1989-1992. 8-Professor In 7th October university in Libia. 9-Examinar and visitor professor In Libia .
Grants, and Prizes  
Committees 1-Editorial secretary and treasurer for Zagazig journal of medical physiology. 2-A member of lab. And environmental committees. 3-Amember of course specification committee in the department.
Conferences and symposia 1-A member of organizing committees of annual conferences on applied medical physiology. 2-A treasure for annual conference of faculty of medicine in zagazig university. 3-Evaluator for papers for promotion and publishing.
CoursesA-For under-graduate students 1-Physiology courses for first and second year medical students in Egypt, Yemen and Libia. 2-Physiology courses for pharmacy, dentistary, nursing and sports in English and in Arabic language. B-For post-graduate students:In Egypt, Yemen, Libia, Egyptians academic military students to get their master and M.D degrees.
Publication and Research of Interest  
Include the following topics 1-Comparative study on the effect of sucralfate and cimetdine on gastric ulceration induced by acetylsalicylic acid and phenylbutazone. 2-Effect of pregnancy on uterine Adrenergic receptors responsiveness. 3-Gender difference in Guinea Pig gall bladder contractile response to cholinergic, Adrenergic, and Histaminergic stimulants in vitro. 4-Effect of verapamil hydrochloride on the on the contractile response of urinary bladder strips to muscarinic receptors stimulation and on whole bladder capacity. 5-Effect of PG inhibitors on the contractility of urinary bladder. 6-Modulation of the cardiac responsiveness by experimental diabetes. 7-Effect of smoking on fibrinolytic system. 8-Menopausal effect on lipid profile. 9-Modulation of skeletal muscle twitch and neuromuscular blocking activity of magnesium sulphate by verapamil. 10-Effect of A.N.Ps on spontaneous contractility of isolated myometrial strips from pregnant rat uterus. 11-Effect of estrogen and testosterone on the contractile responses of isolated aortic strips to adrenaline. 12- Modulation of cardiac responsiveness and the vasomotor action of catecholamines by a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent(ketoprofin) on aortic strips and isolated rabbit hearts. 13-Age related changes in the reactivity of rabbit aortic strips to adrenaline. 14- Role of L-arginine-nitric oxide (NO) pathway in the regulation of gall bladder motility. 15- Capability of acute overdistension to modulate cholinergic, adrenergic, serotonergic and histaminergic urinary bladder responses. 16- Role of H+/K+ ATPase " Proton Pump" system on renal tubular transport and renal hemodynamics. 17- Functional activity and morphological remodeling of isolated cold stored thoracic aorta in Kreb' solution. 18- QT-interval dispersion changes in patients with exercise induced myocardial ischemia. 19- The protective effect of some antioxidants against experimentally-induced gastric ulcer in rats. 20- Response of normal and atherosclerotic aortic strips to polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs) products from normal and cholesterol-fed rabbits. 21- Effect of aging on pituitary testicular axis and semen quality. 22--A study on the cardiovascular histaminergic receptors reactivity in experimental diabetes. 23-effect of insulin on the vascular reactivity in experimental animals. 24-Cardiovascular loading and unloading of bed-side maneuvers:Quantitative Doppler-echocardiographic comparison andreview. 25-Exercise adrenergic response in diabetic rats in absence and in the presence of verapamil or diltizem. 26-Glucose uptake in exercise diabetic rats: Effect of verapamil, diltiazem, caffine, insulin and adrenaline. 27-Evaluation of hypotensive effect of the angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor, Quinapril: An experimental study on the central and peripheral action. 28-Modulation of glucose uptake and plasma insulin level by angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor in normal and diabetic rats. 29-Metallothionin provides neuronal protection against induced epilepsy. 30-Changes In vascular reactivity to catecholamine in experimentally induced obstructive jaundice. 31-Effect of some antioxidents on platelet function in experimentally induced diabetes in rats. 32-Effect of melatonin on vascular reactivity. 33-Effects of melatonin on cardiac performance.