Ikhlas Abdulaziz Sindi
Vice Dean of Female Section and Research Director
PhD degree in Medical Science, Molecular neuroscience and genetics, School of Medicine. University of Queensland, Australia. Masters of Molecular Biology, School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience. University of Queensland, Australia. 2000-2005
My research interest on molecular neuroscience and genetics. It’s focus on understanding the basic of neuro-genetic disorder with particular emphasis on comprehensive genomic sequencing to candidate gene associated-study, gene polymorphism and protein quantity.
Sabrin Ragab Mohamed Ibrahim
Professor of Natural Products Chemistry, Preparatory Year
Dr. Sabrin Ibrahim obtained master degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2000 from Faculty of Pharmacy, Assiut University and Ph.D. from Pharmazeutische Biologie Institute der Universität Heinrich-Heine, Düsseldorf, Germany in 2005. She worked as Professor at the College of Pharmacy, Taibah University. Currently, she worked as a Professor at the Preparatory Program, BMC and at the Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, Assiut University. She has 167 publications and one patent. She is a coinvestigator in 14 research projects. Her h-index is 29. She is an editor in the editorial boards of 30 international scientific journals. She got 4 awards of excellence in the field of Scientific Publishing and 9 awards of excellence in the field of Best Citation from King Abdulaziz University, KSA.
Isolation and structural elucidation of biologically active metabolites from natural sources (Marine, Plants, and Fungi). Natural products chemistry and biology. Phytochemical characterization of the traditionally used medicinal plant.
Professor, Pharmacy Program
· Alternative Medicine
· Laboratory animals
BMC – Male Section
Assistant Professor, Medicine Program
Interested in doing clinical research and research in the field of medical education. Passion to guide students and colleagues regarding analysis of data on SPSS.
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Program
Development and validation of novel analytical methods for quantitative determination of drugs in different dosage forms by different techniques such as spectrophotometric, HPLC, GC, to be adopted in quality control of the pharmaceutical company. Chromatographic separation technique for analysis of different drug samples. Apply green (eco-friendly) analytical chemistry in all studies, which refers to approaches that result in minimum use of the solvent, faster, simpler, and lower in cost of the analytical procedure