Name Ahmed Mohamed Morad Asaad
Nationality Egyptian
Gender Male
Date of Birth 24/6/1964
Place of Birth Egypt
Social status Married
College Faculty of Medicine
Department Microbiology & Immunology
Position Assistant Professor
Address Najran University – Faculty of Medicine
Degrees and Qualifications
  1. M.D. Degree in Microbiology & Immunology, 1999
  2. Master Degree in Microbiology & Immunology, 1994
  3. M.B.B.Ch, Medicine, 1988
History of academic and employment career
  1. Ass Professor of Microbiology & Immunology from 3/2005 to now
  2. Lecturer of Microbiology & Immunology from 11/1999 to 3/2005
  3. Ass Lecturer of Microbiology & Immunology from 4/1994 to 11/1999
  4. Demonestrator of Microbiology & Immunology from 11/1990 to 4/1994
Committees Member in Egyptian Society of Medical Microbiology
  1. Conferences and symposia Antimicrobial Review
  2. course in King Faysal Specialized Hospital and Research Center at 11/2005
  3. International Conferences of Microbiology in Cairo from 1999 to 2005
Publication and Research of Interest
  1. Enterococci in immunocompromized patients: Prevalence and susceptibility patterns.
  2. Susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical isolates by three different methods.
  3. Use of PCR for diagnosis and follow up of leprosy patients during multi-drug therapy
  4. Diagnosis of Shigella infection in children with acute diarrhea by conventional and molecular methods.
  5. Performance of enzyme immunoassay and PCR for rapid diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori infection.
  6. Bacteriological and molecular aspects of Staphylococcous aureus clinical isolates carrying genes for exfoliative toxins and Panton-Valentineleukocidin.
  7. Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies types and titers in ulcerative colitis patients. Relationship with disease variables
  8. Prevalance of TT virus infection in Egyptian children and adults and in patients with liver disease.
  9. Some pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokines in cirrhotic ascetic patients with and without spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.
  10. Surviellance of Antimicrobial resistance in amilitary hospital Saudi Arabia using WHONET 5 Program
  11. Suprivisor on several Master and M.D. Thesises Microbiology and Immunology Book for Nursing Diploma students in a military hospital, KSA