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Amira Abdel Meguid Mahrous Academic RankLecturer


  • Pharmacy

Research Interests:

  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Bioinformatics


MSc – University of Alexandria 2010 BSc – University of Alexandria 2005
2005-2006 – University of Alexandria, College of Pharmacy 2006-2008 – University of Pharos, Alexandria Egypt, College of Pharmacy
Teaching Pharmaceutics and Microbiology courses in the College of Pharmacy, Member of the Scientific Committee, Member of the Quality Assurance Committee, Co-supervisor in graduation projects, Member of Purchasing Committee, Student supervisor in conferences
Extraction and Description of Ricin B-chain from Ricinus sanguineus, Identification and sequencing of Ricin B-chain GU073248, Detection of protein structure of Ricin B-chain and Ricin molecule PM0075997 and PM0075998, Bioinformatical Analysis of mutations in BRCA II gene
Graduation project co-supervision
Scientific Committee member
Through my career in teaching I have learnt that self-development and assessment is a key challenge in the teaching career. It is very important to develop creative and useful teaching methods that enable the Lecturer and Tutor to achieve better outcomes in education. The employment of effective teaching techniques and their development according to the students’ requirements is crucial in the this job. Working on improvements based on self and students’ assessment will definitely result in a more effective teaching technique. The creation of a fruitful learning environment in which students are the center of attention rather than the instructor is a very constructive learning approach that needs training and different teaching methods and tools. Therefore, I consider teaching as a field that requires constant developments, innovation and improvements for the benefit of the educational system.
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