Mohamed Abdelrahman Hussain
Assistant professor of Pharmaceutical Microbiology and microbial genomic at department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy International University of Africa (IUA), P.O. Box 2469, Sudan.
Date of birth: 1981
Marital status: Married
Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Microbiology. University of Khartoum 2019.
Title: Genomic profile and molecular characterization of Multidrug resistant P.aeruginosa isolated from Sudan.
2011-Nov. Master in Microbiology, Sudan Academy of Sciences, with excellence grade
2005- B-Pharm with honour degree second class division- 1, Omdurman Islamic University.
2008-2011: Teaching assistant, Department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy, IUA. Job responsibilities: Teaching, advising, assisting and supporting students, closely directed and supervised by the person responsible for the course, module or activity. Increasing the skills of students, through the demonstration of practical equipment, experiments and processes within a laboratory/workshop/classroom setting.
2011-2019: Lecturer of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy, IUA. Job responsibilities: Delivering lectures, seminars, tutorials and undertaking personal research project.
2019- : Assistant professor of Pharmaceutical Microbiology and microbial genomic.
Prepared and presented multiple broadcast programs in Africa radio. (Role of the community in the containment of antimicrobial resistance, importance of probiotic in the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and method of transmission of infectious diseases).
Courses & workshops attended:
- Course on Systems and Methods of University Teaching, Khartoum University center for advanced training, University of Khartoum, from 26th July to 3th
- Course on Bioinformatics, International University of Africa, from 23-28 April 2016.
- Workshop on Introduction to Research Ethics, UNESCO Chair of Bioethics, University of Khartoum, from 27-28 January 2016.
- Course on Test Items’ pool within the skills of building up achievement tests, International University of Africa, from 26-28 May 2015.
- Pre-conference workshop on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, University of Khartoum, 19th February 2015.
- Workshop on Citation management (ENDNOTE), International University of Africa, 2015.
- Workshop on miRNA Expresssion Signature Associated with Diagnosis & Prognosis, Omdurman Islamic University, 22-31 March 2014.
- Workshop on Bioinformatics in Molecular Biology, Omdurman Islamic University, 8-19 September 2013.
- Workshop on Current updates in Pharmacy profession (Pharmacogenomics & Modern Method in Drug Discovery), Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 24-25 February 2012.
- Course on Molecular Biology Techniques, National Center for Research, Khartoum, 17-20 June 2012.
- Course on Promoting Educational Excellence, University of Medical science & Technology, from 18th -28th August 2008.
- The 6th Annual Conference the Medical & Health Science Studies, Graduate College & scientific Research, University of Khartoum. Held in the period. 21th -22th February 2015 at Soba University Hospital.
- The 18th congress of the scientific association of the pharmacy colleges in the Arab word & the 1th International conference of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Omdurman Islamic University, 18-20 November, 2015, Khartoum Sudan.
- The First International conference on Microbiology sciences & Its Applications. Faculty of Pure and Applied sciences, international University of Africa, 23-24 April 2017.
- The first Symposium on: Genomic and Bioinformatics Applications in Sudan: Challenges and opportunities. Sudan University of Sciences and Technology 22/5/2017 (presented a lecture on Applications of Microbial Whole Genome Sequencing).
- Delivering different lectures on microbial genomic at different universities (applications and molecular characterization of microbial whole genome).
- Mohamed Hussain, Malik Suliman, Abdalla Ahmed, Hisham Altayb, Elamin Elneima. Draft Genome Sequence of a Multidrug-Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Strain, Isolated from a Patient with Urinary Tract Infection in Khartoum, Sudan, 2017 Genome Announc 0:e00203-17/genomeA.00203-17
- Ayman M satti, Hanan A Alkenany, Mazin Y Alsafi and Mohamed A Hussain “Efficacy of Macrolides versus Penicillins against Streptococcal pharyngitis: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials” Int J Pharma Sci. 2016, 6(6): 1698-1704.
- Yasin K, Mwaganyuma MH, Amir FM, Abdelhamid MM, Altayb HN, Hassan MM, Hussain M.A. Detection and Molecular Characterization of gyrA and gyrB Genes of MDR-Salmonella typhi Isolated from Clinical Sample in Sudan EC Microbiology.
- Aboud, Salwa A., Abdallah El-yamani, Mohamed A. Hussain, and A. Ahmed. “Prevalence and Antibiotics Sensitivity of Staphylococcus aureus Skin Infection in Children in Khartoum, Sudan.” Curr Res Micro. Biotechnol 3, no. 4 (2015): 690-693.
- Areej A. Khalfalla, Hanan E. Hassan, Mona O. Ahmed , Amar.A.Dowd , Suzan Homeida, Mohamed A. Hussain, Sofia B. Mohamed and Mohamed M. Hassan. “Novel deleterious nonsynonymous SNPs within HLA-H (HFE) gene can be used as diagnostic marker to predict hereditary Hemochromatosis: Using bioinformatics analysis” Int J Comput Bioinfo In Silico Model. 2015, 4(2): 643-650.
- Hassan, Mohamed M., Sofia B. Mohamed, Mohamed A. Hussain, and Amar A. Dowd. “Deleterious Nonsynonymous SNP Found within HLA-DRB1 Gene Involved in Allograft Rejection in Sudanese Family: Using DNA Sequencing and Bioinformatics Methods.” Open Journal of Immunology 5, no. 04 (2015): 222.
- Rawaa E Biraima, Sabreen E Mohamed, Mona A Hajo, Anas M Elnazeer and Mohamed A Hussain “Microbiological quality assessment of antacid suspensions available in Sudan” The Pharma Innovation Journal 2016; 5(9): 17-19.
- Budoor M Alnoaemi, Sulafa I Mohammed, Nora H Sayedahmed, Al-Husein M Chyad and Mohamed A Hussain “ Evaluation of sensitivity and specificity of immunochromatographic test for detection of malaria parasites falciparum / P. vivax in Sudan” The Pharma Innovation Journal 2016; 5(9): 20-22.
Coming soon publications
- Novel mutation in folP gene in MDR-Salmonella typhi isolated from clinical sample in Sudan.
- NeoCoV is closer to MERS-CoV than SARS-CoV.
- Comparative genomic analysis of MDR- aeruginosa isolated from Sudan.