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Mahmoud Najuib Abo-Shehada Edit Profile

Parasitologist , researcher

Mahmoud Najuib Abo-Shehada, Egyptian, Jordanian parasitologist, researcher. Recipient Young Arab Scientists prize Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation, 1989. Member Jordanian Veterinary Association, British Society Parasitology.

Background

Abo-Shehada, Mahmoud Najuib was born on October 8, 1952 in Cairo. Son of Suleiman Mohammed Abo-Shehada and Karima Nabawiya Abdou.

Education

The Bachelor of Veterinary Science, University Cairo, 1975. Master of Science in Parasitology, University College North Wales, Bangor, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy in Parasitology, University College North Wales, Bangor, 1982.

Career

Research assistant University College North Wales, 1978-1982. Head department parasitology Institute Animal Health, Amman, Jordan, 1984-1985. Lecturer Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan, 1985-1986.

Assistant professor Jordan University of Science & Technology, 1986-1991, assistant dean faculty veterinary medicine, 1990-1991, acting dean, 1991-1994, associate professor, since 1991. Member committee improving current status veterinary services Jordan, Amman, 1985-1986. Member national zoonoses committee, Amman, 1985-1988, national committee animal and medical biotechnology, Amman, 1992-1994, committee national strategies agricultural research, Amman, 1993-1994.

Board directors Center Agricultural Research & Production Jordan University of Science & Technology, Irbid, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-founder, editorial board Veterinarian, 1985. Editor: Farm Animal Health, 1992, pamphlets.

Membership

Member Jordanian Veterinary Association, British Society Parasitology.

Connections

Married Theodora Clare Elliott, April 2, 1982. Children: Adham, Sarah, Miriam.

father:
Suleiman Mohammed Abo-Shehada

mother:
Karima Nabawiya Abdou

spouse:
Theodora Clare Elliott

child:
Adham Abo-Shehada

child:
Sarah Abo-Shehada

child:
Miriam Abo-Shehada