1. Assistant Professor at the Department of Environmental Health Science, University of Sharjah 2013-present .
2. Head of the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan 2007 –2013.
3. Assistant Professor at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan. 2015-2013.
4. Lecturer at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan 2001 - 2005
5. Teaching assistant at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan 1996 - 2001:
1. Assistant Professor at the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, responsible for teaching the courses of ; Environmental Toxicology, Risk and Environmental Impact Assessment, Food safety, Environmental Microbiology, Environmental Pollution and Pesticides and Vector Control , from August 2013 -now.
2. Head of the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan, April 2007 –August 2013.
3. Assistant Professor at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan. Responsible for teaching food toxicology and food safety courses ( theory and practice) for fourth and fifth year students, microbiology courses (theory and practice) for the second year students and supervision of under graduate and postgraduate research projects in the fields of food safety, nutrition and food microbiology since 2005 and until August 2013.
4. Lecturer at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan, responsible for teaching food hygiene and safety courses (theory and practice) for fourth and fifth year students and supervising final year graduation research projects at the Department. May 2001 to September 2005.
5. Teaching assistant at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum, Sudan, responsible for teaching microbiology, food microbiology, food chemistry and food safety practical sessions for second, third and fourth year’s student. April 1996 to May 2001.
6. Teaching food science courses related to nutrition, quality, composition and safety for Master degree students at University of Khartoum October 2005 August 2013.
7. Teaching food safety courses (theory and practice) for Master degree-qualifying year students at the Department of Food Hygiene and Safety, Faculty of Public and Environmental Health, University of Khartoum May 2003- August 2013.
1. Warsama, L. M., Mustafa, N. E. M., & El Zubeir, I. E. M. (2017). Physicochemical Properties and Microbial Load of Cow Milk Collected from Milk Supply Chain during Winter and Summer in Khartoum State, Sudan. Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production, 8(1).41-52.
2. Mustafa, N. (2018). Prevalence of Food Allergy among United Arab Emirates (UAE) Population, a Meta- analysis Study the 54th Congress of the European Societies of Toxicology (EUROTOX 2018) from 2 to 5 September, 2018, in Brussels, Toxicology Letters special issue (Abstract book) (accepted).
3. Adam, A. H. B., Mustafa, N. E. M., & Rietjens, I. M. (2017). Nitrite in processed meat products in Khartoum, Sudan and dietary intake. Food Additives & Contaminants: Part B, 10(2), 79-84.
4. Mustafa, N. E. M. (2015).Citrus Essential Oils: Current and Prospective Uses in the Food Industry. Recent Patents on Food, Nutrition & Agriculture 7, 115-127.
5. Mustafa, N., Ibrahim, B., Jasim, M., Salim, M., Abdalla, Q., & Saleh, S. (2015). Diversity and antibiotic susceptibilities of bacterial species from surfaces of publicly used equipment in a medical education setting. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 9(45), 2239-2248.
6. Musa, T., Musa, H., Ali, E. and Mustafa, N. (2014). Prevalence of malnutrition among children under five years old in Khartoum State, Sudan. Polish Annals of Medicine. 21: 1-7.
7. Almanssury, A., Mustafa, N. and Basheer, E. (2014). Antibiotic resistance among Staphylococcus species isolated from beef minced meat in north Khartoum locality, Journal of Scientific Research of Science and Arts. 10(15):29-42.
8. Ahmed, M., Mariod, A., Mustafa, N. and Hussein, I. (2014). In-Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Chrozophora brocchiana Different Extracts. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Science & Research. 4 (4):200-205.
9. Mustafa, N. and Abdallha , M. (2011). Bacteriological Quality of Street -Vended Um-Jinger: A Traditional Sudanese Food. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development (AJFAND).11(5):5220-5231.
10. Mustafa, N., Keller, U., Malkus, U., Harmsen, D., Reichelt, R., A. Hussein , A. & M. El-Sanousi, S. (2010). Morphological changes induced by wet-heat in Bacillus cereus endospores. Curr. Res. Bacteriol. 3(4): 214-226.
11. Mustafa, N., Mariod Abdalbasit, . & Matthäus , B. (2008). Antibacterial Activity of Aspongopus viduatus (Melon bug) oil. Journal of Food Safety. 28(4): 577-586.
1. Azhari Dafallah Alkhidir, Ph. D. Research project titled: Exploration of Cold Shock proteins and Acid soluble proteins in Bacillus sphaericus and Bacillus fusiformis and Bacillus fusiformis-like isolate. Co–supervisor, University of Khartoum.
2. Rania Mohammed Osamn Hamid (2013) Ph. D. Research project titled: Antimutagens in Sudanese food of Plant origins. Co–supervisor, University of Khartoum.
3. ElGazafey Basheer Haj Ahmed Mohamed Elamin (2013). Development of Rapid Identification Scheme for Enterobacteriaceae in Food. Co–supervisor, Ph. D. Research project: University of Khartoum.
4. Shafia Ahmed Eltayeb (2013). Effect of Some Sanitizers on the Survival of Food-borne Bacteria on Common Food Preparation Surfaces. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum
5. Aziza Hussein Bakheit Adam (2012). Risk Assessment of Sodium Nitrite in Processed Meat in Khartoum Locality. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum
6. Ayman Youssif Mohammad Ali (2012). Exploring Possibilities of Application of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points System on Beef processing Factories in Khartoum State. Co–supervisor, University of Khartoum.
7. Muhanad Mahmoud Abdalla Elhag (2012). Listeria monocytogenes Incidence and Diversity in Raw Milk at Khartoum State. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum. As a Co-Supervisor
8. Ahlam Abdalhy Ageeb Mohammed (2011). Food Safety Aspects of Feeding Units at Refugee Camps in Kassala State. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
9. Elkhatim Ibraheem (2011) . Effectiveness of Sun Light on E. coli Viable Count in Drinking Water. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
10. Nahid Hussein Kaloul Hussein. Bacillus species in spices sold in Khartoum State with Reference to Bacillus cereus Group (2010). M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
11. Afrah kamal Abd Elazim Yassin. Bacillus cereus Growth Patterns in Refrigerated Foods (2010).M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
12. Suzan Mohamed Awad Mohamed (2010). Development and Validation of a Rapid test for Detection of Antibiotic Residues in Milk. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
13. Mohammed Osman Omar Sanosi (2010). The inhibition effects of some local manufactured yoghurt brands on Enterobacteriaceae and pseudomonadaceae member species. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
14. Hassan Mohammed Mahier (2010). Quality Control and Safety of Fruit Juices in Manufacturing Plants in Khartoum State. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
15. Suada Elawad Osman (2009). Campylobacter Bacteria in Broiler Meats in Khartoum State. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
16. Ahmed Elnadif Ahmed Elmanssury (2009). Antibiotic Resistance among Staphylococcus species Isolated from Minced Meat in North Khartoum Locality. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
17. Nuha Mousa ABdelgadir Eltoum (2009). Application of HACCP Prerequisites and Critical Control Points in Raw Milk Post-Collection Processes in Omdurman Area. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum. As a Co-Supervisor
18. Modawy Elnour Modawy (2009). Predicted Growth of Clostridium perfringens in Cold Preserved Foods in Comparison to its Actual Growth under Normal and Cold-Shock Conditions. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum. As a Co-Supervisor
19. Nuha Mohammed Fadul Mohammed (2009). Determination of Benzoates in Soft Drinks, Fruit Jams and Tomato Pastes Produced by Sudanese Factories. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
20. Elrasheed Greeb Allah Mustafa Elzien (2008). Microbiological Quality of Home-made Mayonnaise Consumed at Ready to Eat Foods Establishments in Khartoum Locality. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
21. Lowrence ojowk Louis (2008). Bacterial Load of Fish in the Central Market Khartoum. M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
22. Maha Salim Abdallah (2008) Bacteriological Quality of Street -Vended Um-Jinger: a Traditional Sudanese Food M.Sc. thesis, University of Khartoum.
23. Diaa Eldeen khairi Nssr Osman (2008). Degradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Materials by Bacteria. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
24. Huria Hassan Bashir Arbab (2008). Indoor Microbiological Air Quality in Omdurman Industrial Area. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
25. Gamal Eldin Alradi Ahmed (2008). Environmental Impacts of Soap Effluents at Alfath District, Omdurman, a Case Study: Soap Collectors. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
26. Mustafa Eldoma Hassan (2008). Behaviour of the Health Workers towards Medical Wastes in Omdurman Maternity Hospital. M.Sc. thesis, Sudan Academy of Sciences.
27. Mussab Mohammed Saeed Ali (2007). Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Mothers towards Milk Heating at Home. M.Sc. thesis, Alzaeem Alazhari University.
Mustafa, N.E. M. , Suzan, M. A. Mohammed, Faisal, S. , Elhag, L. , Elzubeir, I. M. E. and Galib, L. M. W.(2014). Sudanese patent No. 3697/2014, D-SAFT1 raw milk antibiotic residues rapid test, 25 Aug 2014.
- Trainer at several environmental inspection courses held by Human resources , Government of Sharjah in collaboration with Centre of Continuing Education and P.D, University of Sharjah 2017-2018.
- Represented University of Sharjah in UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment workshop titled (One world- one health) that targeted enhancing collaboration between medical , veterinary , agricultural and environmental sectors to improve preventive measures and notification of health problems in UAE , Dubai 20th of December 2016.
- Represented University of Sharjah in UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment workshop concerned with establishing the national framework for biosafety, Dubai 21st of March 2016.
- Taught food safety courses for Ajman Municipal and Planning Directorate in the technical diploma organized by the Centre of Continuing Education and P.D, University of Sharjah 13 December 2014 to 21 February 2015
- Served member in the organizing committee of the 3rd Emirates –German Congress In medicine 1st to 3rd February 2015, medical and health sciences Campus, University of Sharjah, UAE.
- Organized on behalf of the College of health sciences university of Sharjah and in collaboration with the Supreme Council for Family Affairs the activity of (Smoking and its effects of kidneys) 17 December 2014
- Participated in the Bright Start Conference, organized by the University of Sharjah and the health and promotion Department and excellence in paediatrics Institute 7-8 December 2014.
- Participated in the World Diabetes day organized By Ministry of health , Sharjah Medical district on the 6th of November 2014
- Worked as member of the media committee, which is responsible for media preparation for the Conference of Food & Medicine in light of Recent Developments, held at University of Sharjah 16 to 17th April 2014.
- Integrated Health Awareness Campaign in collaboration with UoS student deanship-women section: the activity include diagnostic services (blood pressure and blood sugar measurements , bone density scanning) nutritional advising and providing printed materials and verbal advising 2014
- The medical campus UAE National Day celebration activities which include College of Health sciences health awareness booths (environmental health, medical diagnostic , nursing and nutrition activities) 2014.
- Integrated Health Awareness Campaign in collaboration with UoS student deanship-men section. The activity include diagnostic services (blood pressure and blood sugar measurements , bone density scanning) nutritional advising for daily live and sport activities and providing printed materials and verbal advising in the above activity in addition to physiotherapy advising for sport activities 30th October 2013.
- Worked and working in the following College of Health science’s committees: timetable and Examination Committee (member), Accreditation and Curriculum committee (member), Public Relation and Marketing (chair) and several other committees 2013-2018.
- Supervised the students activities at the College of Health Sciences 2013-2018
To me, teaching is giving, and to give, the instructors have to ensure sustainable studying and learning habits that are tracked by insightful thinking and continuous improvement.
Whenever I learn, no matter how vast in quantity or high in quality learning process I am following, I always come to a fact, that there are still infinite areas of knowledge that need to be explored, and I know clearly that I will never reach an end, nevertheless learning means continuous trying as well.
Teaching to me is a journey toward a common goal, the road to it is full of amusements and minimally boring in the same time it could be hard and tough. However, the outcomes should worth the spent efforts.
Nevertheless, how students could walk the journey of learning if not convinced about the outcomes and are not fascinated by the subject? Here arise my role. I belief in encouraging the students to respect their study field, to value their science subjects and to enjoy them. I think that one of my main strengths is my ability to guide the students to become better learners and enthusiastic professionals in the field by showing them the importance and interdisciplinary nature of it.
My most important tools are demonstrating the broad base of the subject, recall previous knowledge of the students and relating the new information they get with those obtained from daily life and media. As well as making, the learning process more comfortable and more satisfactory as much as possible. These could be achieved by several teaching approaches and/or settings. One of these is through using small group learning, which is one of my favorite methods in addition to journal club. Such methods give the student the chance to actively contribute in learning processes and pave the way for more fruitful learning experiences based on what educationalists called Constructivist teaching theory, which is a learning theory, based on the belief that learning occurs as learners are actively involved in construction of knowledge. Furthermore, I am sure that interactive learning environment is the best for the instructor and learner, through it, I can measure the progress of my student, find the weakness and the strength in the course materials, student and even in me as an instructor.
I am sure I do not know everything but I am certainly sure that I have the professional ability, scientific strength and tools to support the students to learn and achieve their goals. During my practice of duties, I continually become more knowledgeable than the previous year. Since I am a learner too, I am always a student and I will continue to be so deliberately and happily.