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Bashir Abdulgader Lwaleed, Libyan biochemist.


Lwaleed, Bashir Abdulgader was born on October 9, 1965 in Brack Al-Shati, Sabha, Libya. Son of Abdulgader Lwaleed and Mabroca Abdulsabm (Mohammed) Al-Sharef.


B.Med.Sci., High Institute of Technology, Libya, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, Southampton University, England, 1998.


Academy demonstrator in hematology Faculty of Medicine University Al-Fateh, Tripoli, Libya, 1986—1987. Academy demonstrator, research fellow in hematology Higher Institute of Technology, Brack El-Shati, 1987—1991. Honorary research fellow department hematology University southampton, 1998.

Postdoctoral research fellow department urology/surgery MDR Research Group/Southampton University Hospitals, 1999—2000. Postdoctoral research fellow MDR Research Group/Portsmouth University, since 2000. Visiting lecturer Portsmouth U., since 2000.


  • Achievements include research in studying the value of measuring urinary and monocyte tissue factor activity in health and disease. Research in the sources of tissue factor within the kidney and its excretion in urine. Research in mapping and measuring TF through normal urogenital tract and observing variations to this map and disease.

    Research in assessing relationship between multidrug resistance status in cancer and the overall functional and immunological expression of tissue factor. Research in examining whether co-expression of tissue factor and permeability glycoprotein (P-gp) by the renal tubular cells is independently controlled or related to reversal of membrane phospholipid asymmetry. Research in as detected by Annexin V Binding.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


  • Other Interests

    Cinema, classical music, football, reading.


Abdulgader Lwaleed Al-Sharef

Mabroca Abdulsabm (Mohammed) Al-Sharef