Head of Drug Discovery & Senior Scientist, Clinical Research Department
Head of the first official Drug Discovery & Clinical Research Unit in Egypt, Egypt
Dr. Amgad Mohammed Rabie Hamed Fouda has completed his MSc and Postgraduate studies in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences at the age of 30 years from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Mansoura University, Egypt. He is one of the most famous and reputed Egyptian and Arab pharmacists, researchers and scientists. His new researches focused on the synthesis, discovery, and development of new drugs and medicines for the most resistant and untreated human diseases. He is the head of pharmacists at the Dikernis General Hospital (Mansoura, Egypt), a premier governmental hospital in Egypt. He has published more than 25 papers in very reputed journals and serving as an Editorial Board Member of great repute.
Pharmacovigilance, Pharmaceutical Industry, Clinical Research, Organic Chemistry, Drug Design, Drug Discovery, synthesis, discovery, invention, characterization, molecular modeling, biological screening & evaluation of new promising drugs, especially, for the challenging resistant diseases such as the neurodegenerative diseases & disorders
Professor, Division of Life Science
HKUST, Hong Kong
Dr. Ning Li obtained his bachelor’s degree from Beijing Forestry University in China in early 80s and began to pursue his graduate study in the United States from 1983, supported by a Scholarship from the China Ministry of Education-World Bank Fund. At University of Washington, he conducted researches in the field of chloroplast molecular biology under the supervision of Professor Rose Ann Cattolico. In 1989, he obtained PhD degree from the University of Washington. Following a short period of post-doctor training in Department of Biochemistry at the same University, he received a research fellowship from the United States Department of Agriculture and worked in the Plant Molecular Biology Laboratory in the Plant Science Institute (PSI) of the Agriculture Research Center (ARS) in Beltsville, Maryland, where he conducted biochemical, molecular biological, physiological and transgenic researches on crops until 1993. In the summer of the same year, he joined the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as an Assistant Professor and rose through ranks to become a Full Professor.
1. Post-translational modification (PTM) networks in plant cell biology
2. Quantitative PTM proteomics, interactomics and molecular systems biology
3. Plant Biotechnology