Ghorashi Mohamed Sameer

Sameer Ghorashi Mohamed

Name:Ghorashi Mohamed Sameer
Date of birth:05/04/1967
Address:Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmacy, International University of Africa, Khartoum, Sudan
Phone:+249 – 912536296

Academic and professional data


1. Publication



May 2013        Antimicrobial Activity of different types of Bees’ Honey        Khartoum, Sudan

Sept. 2012       Raw Milk can be Dangerous                                                    Khartoum, Sudan

August 2012    Antimicrobial Activity of Extracts of Ziziphusspina-christi L    Khartoum, Sudan

and Grapefruit against some Microbes

August 2011    StudyofUrinary Tract Infection in Khartoum                          Khartoum, Sudan

July 2011         Evaluation of Microbiological Quality of some Cosmetics     Khartoum, Sudan

July 2003         Isolation of Bioactive Compounds from Ganoderma sp.           Pataya, Thailand

May 1992        Drinking Water Contamination Khartoum                              Khartoum, Sudan


2. Conferences

2014                            Quality Assurance of Higher Education          Dubai, UAE

2012                            Development of Medical School syllabus        KRT, Sudan

2003                            BioThailand                                                     Pattaya, Thailand

2002                            Overproduction of therapeutic products         SCI, London, UK

2002                            Biocatalysis in the food and drinks industries SCI, London, UK

2002                            4th International Symposium on medicinal mushrooms           London, UK


3. Courses

  • Health and safety course.
  • Thesis writing and viva course.
  • Invigilation course.

4. Work Experience

January –2014                        : Appointed as Deputy Vice Chancellor of International University of Africa


June –2013                  : Appointed as Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


July– October 2012    : Acting Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


November – 2011       : Acting Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


November –2010       : Acting Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


July – 2010                  : Appointed as Head of Microbiology Department


February – 2010         : Acting Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


November –2009       : Acting Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy


February – 2008         : Assistant Professor of Microbiology

            Faculty of Pharmacy, International University of Africa, Khartoum, Sudan


Sept. 05 – August 2007: Lecturer of Microbiology

            Faculty of Pharmacy, Modern Sciences & Arts University (MSA), October City, Cairo, Egypt

Oct. 00 – Sept. 2004  : Part-Time Visiting Lecturer

            School of Biosciences, University of Westminster, London, UK

March 1992 – Jan. 1997: Part-Time Teaching-Assistant

             Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan

1994 – 1996                 : Part-Time Teaching-Assistant

            Department of Microbiology, University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Khartoum, Sudan

1992 – 1996                 : Part-Time Teaching-Assistant

            Faculty of Agriculture & Natural Resources, University of Juba, Khartoum, Sudan.


5. Technical and teaching skills

  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office applications.
  • Lectured and aided in various practical classes for MSc and BSc. students, subjects included Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology and Molecular Biology.
  • Extensive experience in laboratory skills including Microbial-culture collection and maintenance, Cell separation techniques, Fermentation techniques (Air-Lift and Stirred Tank reactors), Elicitation techniques, Antimicrobial bioactivity testing (Diffusion Susceptibility test and Micro-dilution assay), Extractions (solvent and solid), Fluorescence techniques, Bioautography, TLC, FTIR, HPLC and Electrophoresis.
  • Good experience in teaching Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, Immunology, Biotechnology & Parasitology

6. Personal profile

  • Good knowledge in Microbiology, Fermentation technology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Immunology, and Molecular Biology.
  • Good management and organisation skills.
  • Motivated, confident and team worker as well as individual.
  • Excellent communication and computing skills.

7. Education

  • PhD : Microbiology, University of Westminster, London, UK (September, 2004).

Thesis  :           Production of Bioactive Compounds by Liquid Fermentation of Ganoderma species

  • MSc : Applied Microbiology with merit, University of Westminster, London, UK (September, 1999).

Project : The Influence of Paramorphogens on Growth and Production of Filamentous Fungi.

  • BSc : Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan (1995)

Project : Contamination of Drinking Water by Coliform Bacteria.