Our People
 
  • Dr. Maha Mohamed Saber Khalil Ayad
  • Actying Chair, Basic Medical Sciences Department
  • Email:msaber@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+ 971 6 5057219
  • Specialization:Pharmacology
  • Research Interests:Pharmacogenetics, Clinical Pharmacology, Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Cancer Research
  • Prof. Esam Agamy
  • Dean of Quality Assurance, Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation
  • Academic RankProfessor
  • Email:agamy@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:06-5050015
  • Specialization:Embryology
  • Research Interests:- Neural crest cells migration and differentiation; - Aquatic pollution; - Quality Assurance in Higher Education
  • Dr. Adel Elmoselhi
  • Academic RankAssociate Professor
  • Email:amoselhi@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+971-6-505-7228
  • Specialization:Basic Medical Sciences
  • Research Interests:Cardiovascular Diseases/ Medical Education
  • Dr. Anu Vinod Ranade
  • Assistant Professor
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:
  • Tel:(971) 6 5057225
  • Specialization:Human Anatomy and Histology
  • Research Interests:Stem cell biology (Role of bone marrow derived human autologous stem cells in the management of patients with nonunion fracture)
  • Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Eladl
  • Assisstant Professor
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:meladl@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:+971 6 5057253
  • Specialization:Anatomy & Embryology
  • Research Interests:Anatomy, Medical education, Diabetic retinopathy
  • Dr. ElSayed Emad Ahmed Nosair
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:
  • Tel:(971) 6 5057208
  • Specialization:- Teaching Anatomical Sciences (gross anatomy, histology, embryology & Neuroanatomy) to healthcare-related students. - Teaching History of Medical & Health Sciences as medical humanity for medical students. - Medical Education; course/curriculum development, assessment, students advising, managing traditional, PBL & TBL educational settings.
  • Research Interests:- Clinical, applied and Radiological Anatomy. - Medical Education. - Drug effect on micro- and macrostructure of tissues, and pre-and postnatal developmental studies.
  • Dr. Samrein B. M. Ahmed
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:
  • Tel:(971) 6 5057223
  • Specialization:Molecular Biology, cancer biology and Biochemistry
  • Research Interests:Cancer cell migration and metastasis Cell signaling in cancer cell Cancer is the second cause of death worldwide and it originates from our own body cells. The majority of cancer deaths rise from its ability to disseminate to distant body tissues. Therefore, understanding the mechanisms of how cancer cell migrate will contribute in fighting this killing disease. Deregulated proteins in signalling pathways play a crucial role in cancer progression and migration. For that reason, studying and dissecting the signalling pathways in which the deregulated proteins contribute to cancer migration will help in generating future therapeutic targets. ShcD , an adaptor protein, was found to be upregulated in invasive and metastatic melanomas; hence investigating the role of ShcD in melanoma invasion an tumourgenesis might eventually yield a mechanism by which we can overcome this cumbersome type of cancer.
  • Dr. Ahmed Taher El-Serafy
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:
  • Tel:(971) 6 505 7207
  • Specialization:Medical Biochemistry and Genetics
  • Research Interests:Regenerative Medicine, Stem cells isolation and differentiation, Nanotechnology, Epigenetics, Epigenetic modifiers, Bone and cartilage regeneration, Molecular biology
  • Dr. Bashair Mohammed Mussa
  • Academic RankAssistant Professor
  • Email:bmussa@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:(971) 6 5057220
  • Specialization:Neurophysiology and Pharmacology
  • Research Interests:Diabetes, neurophysiology of the pancreas, central control of insulin secretion, glucose homeostasis, physiological stress,pharmacology of the pancreatic preganglionic neurons.
  • Dr Jalal Taneera
  • College of Medicine
  • Academic RankAssistant Academic
  • Email:Jtaneera@sharjah.ac.ae
  • Tel:065057285
  • Specialization:Experimental Endocrinology
  • Research Interests:Diabetes Research
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