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Visiting researcher at Stanford Medical school

Menlo Park, California, United States
November 04, 2018

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research project support drug discovery

Accomplished general practitioner with 6 years of experience in the medical field. Highly skilled in diagnosing and treating a variety of human diseases and injuries. Exceptional understanding of drug properties and interactions, procedural techniques, and preventative health-care methods. Ability to provide psychological diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation for patients with mental and physical dysfunctions. Extraordinary decision-making skills and critical thinking capabilities. Having a background in the research and development side at a leading research institution, I am currently looking towards transitioning into the biotech/pharmaceutical sector.

Core Competencies

-Animal Cell Culture (small and large scale)

-Specimen Analysis

-Equipment Calibration

-Subculture Preparation

-Specimen Disease Discovery

-Project Support

-Compound Measuring and Weighing

-Experimental Data Analysis

-Safe Specimen Disposal

-Data Analysis and interpretation

Professional Experience

Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Pathology

Butcher Laboratory

Stanford University, CA February 2018- Present

Visiting Scholar

●Researched screening gene expression profile to develop early diagnostic marker for pancreatic cancer; gene expression profile of different acute pancreatitis mouse models to demonstrate mechanism of disease as well as the project of gene expression profile of Barrett’s esophagus.

●Supervised post doctorates, technicians, undergraduate students, medical students on lab management

●Animal work: Small animals IV, IP, eye injections, collecting blood, different organs and tissues, measuring glucose levels, and IP glucose tolerance test.

●Techniques Include but not limited to: Cell and Tissue Culturing, Flow-Cytometry, Sectioning Frozen and Paraffin embedded tissues, Immunohistochemistry and H&E Staining

Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Radiology

Thakor Laboratory, Stanford Canary Center

Stanford University, CA February 2017-February 2018

Visiting Scholar

●Performed cell culture operations per sops under cgmp environment to maintain sterility and health of cell culture as they scale up bioreactors

●Systemically monitored temperature, cell viability, cell density, ph, and other parameters from cell cultures samples to ensure quality

●Prepared cell culture media, batch media into bioreactors, inoculate and transfer cell culture and harvest

●Maintained excellent documents and data recording on all operations

●Member of a 5s team, implementing new practices to promote more safe and effective work environment

Bani Ebeid Health Department Egypt

Mansoura, Egypt March 2016 - February 2017

General Practitioner

●Administer treatment, medication, therapy, vaccinations, and other medical care to treat patient diseases, injuries, and illnesses.

●Prescribe medication or specialized care to meet specific patient needs.

●Monitor the progress and current condition of patients to determine whether current treatments are working or if modifications are needed.

●Collect patient information (including examination results, medical history, and other reports). Record information in electronic filing systems.

●Explain test results and recommended procedures to patients.

●Answer patient questions and use active listening skills to understand and address concerns.

●Provide emotional support and medical attention to others as needed, including patients, customers, and coworkers.

●Analyze images or test data to make diagnoses and develop treatment plans.

Mansoura University School of Medicine

Mansoura, Egypt March 2012 - February 2016

Undergraduate Research Assistant

●Research Project 1: Extracellular proteins as biomarkers for diagnosis of lung cancer and as therapeutic targets

●Research Project 2: Cancer therapy-drug development and characterization


Mansoura University School of Medicine, Mansoura, Egypt: March 2016

Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery “MBbch”

Relevant Coursework: Anatomy, Physiology, Neurobiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology and Neurology.

Clinical Work/ Rotations: Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Awards/Honors: Dean's list of Honor Students Fall 2012-Spring 2016

Clubs/Activities: Mansoura Stem Cell Outreach Program, Internal Vice President, April 2014- June 2015, Facilitated and promoted programs and activities hosted by the STEM Club, ensured all events ran smoothly, and made sure all board members were completing their tasks. Encouraged member participation and publicized events through social media and other campus outlets. Managed various committees headed by the other board members and social coordinators.


oMesenchymal Stem Cells And Pancreatic Islets Co Transplantation In The SubCapsular Area Of Diabetic Mouse Kidney: Gang R, Razavi M, Ahmed H, Thakor

Additional Credentials

Technical Skills

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, Publisher)

Volunteering Experience

Arabic Language TA at Stanford University,Stem Cell Educational Outreach Program.


Soccer, cooking, gym, rock climbing, healthy eating/learning about nutrition, science, experiencing new cultures, photography, and family time.

Detailed Professional References Available Upon Request

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