Dr.Ashraf Mohammed Mohammed Al-Nahari
Place and Date of Birth: Taiz / 1969
Address: Sana’a University, Sana’a, Yemen.
Job title: Associate Prof., Department of Biology – Faculty of Education, Sana’a University.
1 – Ph.D. Biology / Specialization Cytogenetics, immunity, and physiology
University of Baghdad – 2003. Thesis Title:
(Immunological and Cytogenetic and Physiological Aspects of Patients with Tuberculosis)
2 – M.Sc. of Biology / Specialization Cell biology and Genetics / University of Baghdad – 2000.
(A comparison between the effect of some leukemic-chemotherapies on the content of sialic acid and cell cycle of bone marrow and spleen cells of in albino mice)
3-B.Sc. of Biology / Faculty of Education, Taiz – 1993.
Genetics ,Immunity ,Physiology and Cell Biology
Areas of Research :
Biology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Immunity, Industrial and Environmental Toxicology.
Employment History :
1 – Biology teacher general secondary, 1993 – 1995.
2 – Teaching Assistant in the Department of Chemistry and Biology, Faculty of Education-Arhab, Sana’a University 1995-1997
3 – Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biology, Faculty of Education-Arhab, Sana’a University, 2004
4- Head of the Department of Chemistry and Biology, Faculty of Education-Arhab, Sana’a University 2005-2007
5- Lecturer in the Department of Microbiology and Parasitology
Faculty of Science – University of Taiz
6- Head of the Department of Chemistry and Biology, Faculty of Education-Arhab, Sana’a University 2010-2013.
Yemeni Biological Society
Conferences and Symposia:
1 – Participation in the Third Scientific Conference on Environment and Natural Resources held at the University of Taiz 5 / 2005 focusing on the following: Epidemiological study and evaluate the immune status in tuberculosis patients
2 – Participation in the symposium of the Assembly of Life Sciences Research, held at Sana’a: a new study to assess the effectiveness of white blood cells on Patients with tuberculosis.
3 – Participation in the Fourth Scientific Conference of the Assembly of Life Sciences Yemeni held at the University of Aden from 14-15 November 2007
Doxorubicin impact on the level of Sialic acid and the cell cycle of cells, bone marrow and spleen in mice.
Participating in the training session under the title of the basics of Molecular Biology
1-DNA Extraction from Plant tissues, Yeast, Bacteria and Blood.
2-Protein and Isozyme Extraction and gel electrophoresis.
3-DNA detection and RAPD- PCR
4- Electrophoresis of PCR products and visualization.
Faculty of Agriculture ,Genetics Dept., Biotechnology Lab.,
Assiut University – Egypt 23-26/2/2008
Workshop on genomics and bioinformatics for medical applications. Human Genome Center School of Medical Science .USM. Malaysia.5/5/2009.
Participating in the training and Research in the Human Genome Center School of Medical Science .USM. Malaysia (1–7/2009).
1-Al-Nahari A.M. 2007. Statistical study on analysis on infections of Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Extra pulmonary Tuberculosis in Sana’a.Yemeni J.Biol.Sci.3:119-197.
2-Al-Tamimi, A. S. and Al-Nahari, A. M. (2009). Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii IgG Antibody in Women Suffering from Abortion at Sana,a Capital and Capital Trusteeship. The Scientific journal of The Faculty of Education, vol. 1, No.(7):7-18.
3-Al-Nahari, A. M. (2009). Serum adenosine deaminase enzyme ADA levels in pulmonary tuberculosis compare with Tuberculous lymphadenitis and pleural fluid tuberculous. Assiut Univ. J. of Zoology 38(2), P-P. 1-9 (2009)
4- Al-Nahari, A. M and Al-Tamimi, A. S (2010). Seroprevalence of Anti Toxoplasma gondii IgG AND IgM among Women in Sana’a Capital and Capital Trusteeship. Scie. J. of King Faisal Univ., 11(2):179-188.
5- Al-Nahari, A. M. (2015). Electric-shock Control of Immature Disease-carrier (Diptera:Class) Mosquito in Taiz Aquatic Environments. Al-Nasser Univ.,1(5): 233-251.
6. Al-Nahari, A. M(2017). Distribution of ABO and Rh-D Blood Groups in some Governorates in Republic of Yemen. J0unal of Environment and Sustainable Development Studies.2(2):233-248.
7. Al-Nahari, A. M(2017).Gene Frequencies of ABO and Rh(D) Blood Group Alleles in Five Yemeni Provinces. Al-Kufa University Journal for Biology.9(2):200-2-7. Print ISSN: 2073-8854 & online ISSN: 2311- 6544
8-Al-Haifi, M. and Al-Nahari,A.(2018). Teratogenicity of Pb to the central nervous system, heart and somites during early organogenesis using chick embryo model.
Agricultural Science Research Journal.8(2):40-46.ISSN 2026-6073
9. Al-Nahari, A. M(2018).Genetic Variation of ABO and Rh(D) Blood Groups Polymorphism among Al-Muhammasheen and Tribesmen in Sana’a Capital of Yemen. Hebron University Journal. (In-print)
10. Al-Nahari, A. M.(2018). Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii infection among street cleaners (Al-Akhdam) in Sana’a, Yemen. Umm Al-Qura University, Journal of Applied Sciences. (In-print)