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كلية العلوم الطبية التطبيقية \ تقنية المختبرات الطبية

الطيب حسن أحمد محمد عثمان

نسبة اكتمال الملف الشخصي
الجنسية السودانية
التخصص العام الأحياء
التخصص الدقيق أحياء دقيقة طبية
المسمى الوظيفي أستاذ مشارك
الدرجة العلمية (المرتبة) دكتوراه

نبذه مختصرة

Microbiology is the study of all living organisms that are too small to be visible with the naked eye This includes bacteria, archaea, viruses, fungi, prions, protozoa and algae, collectively known as microbesThe scope of Microbiology is huge because of the involvement of microbiology in variousfields such as Pharmacy, Medicine, clinical research, agriculture, dairy industry, waterindustry, nanotechnology & chemical technology Microbiologists can make careers inresearch and non-research fields

المؤهلات العلمية

PhD in Microbiology, BRD School of Biosciences, Sardar Patel University- (2010), India MSc in Clinical Microbiology Sudan University of Science and Technology (2003) Higher Diploma in Clinical Microbiology -Sudan University of Science and Technology (2000), Sudan BSc of Medical Laboratory Sciences- Sudan University of Science and Technology (1998), Sudan

الاهتمامات البحثية

My overarching research interests revolve around the diagnostic microbiology using molecular tools as well conventional methods, determine emerging of antibiotic resistant organisms (with emphases on Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, MDR & XDR) On virology we are more interest in Molecular characterization of hepatitis B virus (HBV) investigation of HBV genotypes and occult HBV Molecular diagnostics surveillance and molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases is area of interest also

الخبرات والمناصب الإدارية

Associate professor, Medical applied science, Tabuk University, from 2016-until now Assistant professor & Associate professor, Dentistry college, Alasmareya Islamic University, Libya 2012-2015 Teaching assistant, Assistant professor & Associate professor, Faculty of Medical Lab sciences, Alzaiem Alazhari university, Sudan 2001- until now Member of editorial board Journal of Microbiology Research Journal (USA)-since 10122011 Head of curriculum and courses development committee at faculty level and department of MLT Head of curriculum and courses development at faculty level and department of MLT Head of postgraduates committee at faculty level

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الأحد احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 نظري 08:00 10:00
الإثنين احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 عملي 10:00 12:00
الإثنين احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 عملي 13:00 15:01
الثلاثاء احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 عملي 13:00 15:00
الأربعاء احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 عملي 10:00 12:00
الخميس احياء دقيقة تشخيصية 2 عملي 10:00 12:01
الأبحاث والمؤلفات
  • 1 Ahmed‑Abakur EH, Alnour TM Genetic Variations among SARS- Co- 2 strains Isolated in China Gene reports 2020 DOI: 101016/jgenrep2020100925
  • Challenge of COVID 19: Pathogenicity, Genetic Variations and Laboratory Diagnosis
  • 2 Ahmed‑Abakur EH, Alnour TM Detection of multidrug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, using genotype MTBDRplus Int J Mycobacteriol 2019 8: 25-8
  • Tarig M S Alnour, Abuduhier F, Ahmed Abakur E H, Albalawi F, Alfifi K , Silvala B Failure of Speed oligo Mycobacteria to diagnose Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Directly from Sputum Samples Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, January 2019, Vol10, No 1
  • 4 Ahmed-Abakur EH, Alnour T, Abuduhier F, Albalawi F, Alfifi K Emerging of Heteroresistance Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Saudi Arabia Infect Disord Drug Targets 2019
  • 5 Tarig MS Alnour, Eltayib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur Multidrug Resistant Pseudomonas (P) aeruginosa: Medical Impact, Pathogenicity, Resistance Mecha¬nisms and Epidemiology JSM Microbiology2017 5(3): 1046
  • 6 Abakar M A, Kafi S K, Ahmad-Abakur E H, and Hammad M M A Association of age and gender with development of liver cirrhosis among hepatitis B virus infected individuals in Sudan World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2019 8(5): 550-558
  • Abakar M A, Kafi S K, Ahmad-Abakur E H, and Hammad M M A Assessment of AST and ALT among different clinical categories of hbv infected individuals at khartoum state-sudan World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 20198 (5): 559-568
  • 8 Ahmed M, Omer I, Osman S M, Ahmed‑Abakur E Association between Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Type 2 Diabetes in Sudanese Patients Ijmyco, 2017, 6 (1):97-101
  • 9 Haider S J, Ahmed E H, Bin-Tahir K Frequency of Urinary Tract Bacterial Infection and their Susceptibility Patterns among Hemodialysis Patients in Zliten Hospital Microbiol Exp 2016, 3 (3): 00093
  • 10 Asmaa M A Akeck, Sannaa M AOsman and Eltayib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur Frequency of urinary tract infection in systemic lupus erythematosus Sudanese patients Journal of international research in medical and pharmaceutical sciences 2015, 4 (2): 47-52
  • 11 Eltayib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur, Meningococcal meningitis: etiology, diagnosis, epidemiology and treatment American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2014, 4 (6): 266-271
  • 12 Eltayib Hassan Ahmad, Mudathir A Abdelkareem , Mohamed Ahmed Abrahim-Holi and Ayman Ali Associations of Cytomegalovirus with Type I Diabetes Mellitus among Children in Khartoum state African Journal of Microbiology Research 2014 8(16): 1730-1734
  • 13 Eltayib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur, Amal Obaid and Mohamed Ahmed Abrahim-Holi Antibody titres Following Hepatitis B Vaccination in Health care workers in Khartoum State Sudan International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences Research, 2014, 1(3): 29-36
  • 14 Alneil HAMZA, Eltayib AHMED-ABAKUR, Elsir ABUGROUN, Siham BAKHIT, Mohamed HOLI (2013) Cost Effectiveness of Adopted Quality Requirements in Hospital Laboratories Iranian J Publ Health 42(6):552-558
  • 15 Eltayib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur, Ibtehaj Saleh, Mohamed Ahmed I Holi, Shamson K Kafi (2013) Bacteriological Assessment of Hand Hygiene and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns of Isolated Nosocomial Species of Nurses at Khartoum Teaching Hospital Clinical Medicine and Diagnostics 3(3): 70-74 DOI: 105923/jcmd2013030305
  • 16 Eltayib Hassan Ahmad-Abakur, Hasnaa Abdelrahim khogali Ahmedand Mohamed Ahmed Abrahim-Holi (2013) Syphilis and Associated Risk Factors among Homeless in Khartoum State Journal of Health Science 3(2): 21-24
  • 17 Yousif Fadlalla Hamedelnil, Zeinab Ahmed Ali Alharith and Eltaib Hassan Ahmed-Abakur (2013) Isolation, Identification and Susceptibility Patterns of Moraxella catarrhalis Among Children with Otitis Media in Khartoum State Journal of Microbiology Research 3(2): 79-82
  • Eltayib Hassan Ahmed, Nadrin Tawfig, Nour-Eldeen M Ali, Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim (2013) Microbial Quality of Drinking Water in Public-water Services within Sudan University of Science and Technology Journal of Microbiology Research 3(1): 53-56
  • 19 Eltayib Hassan Ahmad-Abakur, Mohammed Omer Ali Abdalla, Mohammed Ahmed I Huli and Tariq MS Alnour (2013) Serological Detection of Chslamydia trachomatis among Pregnant Women in Khartoum State American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 3(6): 121-125
  • 20 Eltayib Hassan Ahmed, Tripti Raghavendra and Datta Madamwar (2009) “A thermostable alkaline lipase from a local isolate Bacillus subtilis EH37: Characterization, partial purificaton and application in organic synthesis Applied biochemistry and Biotecgnology, USA DOI: 101007/s12010-009-8751-4
  • 21 Eltayib Hassan Ahmed Ahmed, Tripti Raghavendra and Datta Madamwar (2009) “An alkaline lipase from organic solvent tolerant Acinetobacter sp EH28: Application for ethyl caprylate synthesis in Bioresource technology, USA DOI: 101016/jbiortech200912107
  • 1 Ullah M F, Alnoura T, Elssaig E H, Ahmed-Abakur Characterization of altered genomic landscape of SARS-CoV-2 variants isolated in Saudi Arabia in a comparative in silico study (2021)
  • Alnou Tr Elssaig H Abuduhier F Alfifi K Abusuliman M Albalawi T Ahmed-AbakurPhenotypic and genotypic characterization of antibiotic Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria isolated in Tabuk City, Saudi Arabia African journal of microbiology 2021
  • Unique SARS-CoV-2 Variant Exhibiting Plenteous Missense Mutations in Structural and Nonstructural Genes Cytol Genet 55, 606–612 (2021) https://doiorg/103103/S0095452721060153
  • Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of antibiotic resistant gram negative bacteria isolated in Tabuk City, Saudi Arabia African Journal of Microbiology Research, 15(8), 433-439
  • Characterization of altered genomic landscape of SARS-CoV-2 variants isolated in Saudi Arabia in a comparative in silico study Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences (2021), doi: https://doiorg/101016/jsjbs202107054
جوائز التميز
  • 2011Two papers have been listed as first and second papers among the top 10 articles in same domain
المشاريع البحثية
اسم المشروع وصف المشروع
Molecular Detection of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains isolated in Tabuk city, Saudi Arabia Drug-resistant bacteria, especially multidrug-resistant (MDR) M tuberculosis and extensively drug-resistant (XDR) M tuberculosis, pose challenges for the prevention and control of this deadly disease MDR M tuberculosis is defined as an isolate resistant to at least the two main first-line anti-TB drugs, rifampin (RIF) and isoniazid (INH), whereas XDR M tuberculosis is defined as an MDR isolate that is also resistant to a fluoroquinolone (FQ) and at least one of the following second-line injectable agents: amikacin (AMK), kanamycin (KAN), and capreomycin (CAP) TB control and prevention programs are based on early diagnosis followed by rapid identification of drug resistance
Genotypic detection and molecular characterization of antibiotic Resistant Gram Negative Bacteria isolates in Tabuk City, Saudi Arabia Resistance rates are increasing among several problematic Gram negative bacteria (GNB) that are often responsible for serious nosocomial infections, including Acinetobacter spp, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and (because of their production of extendedspectrum β-lactamase) Enterobacteriaceae The presence of multi-resistant strains of these organisms has been associated with prolonged hospital stays, higher health care costs, and increased mortality, particularly when initial antibiotic therapy does not provide coverage of the causative pathogen (1, 2) Carbapenem resistance has been described in non-fermentative GNB (Acinetobacter baumannii and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) and in Enterobacteriaceae These GNB are major nosocomial pathogens and are the most common bacteria responsible for a wide range of community-acquired and nosocomial infections such as pneumonia, septicemia, peritonitis, meningitis, and urinary tract infections Therefore, acquired carbapenemase-encoding genes constitute a real clinical concern for antimicrobial management, notably in that resistance to carbapenems may be coupled with resistance to other classes of antibiotics, such as aminoglycosides and fluoroquinolones (2, 3) The multidrug resistant Gram negative bacteria colonization globally ranged from 112%-591% With the highest rate in Asia in Vietnam 551 % followed by Thailand 45% (1), in Europe it was between 10-25 % (3) whereas in Saudi Arabia it was reported to be between 20-40 % in Teaching Hospital in Jeddah (4), other study showed multi drug resistant of 65% for Escherichia coli With high rates of appropriate initial antibiotic therapy, infections caused by multi-resistant Gram-negative pathogens do not negatively influence patient outcomes or costs (5, 6, 7, 8) However, there is no published authentic data concerning resistant pattern among Gram negative bacteria in Tabuk province
Genetic variations among SARS-CoV-2 strains Determining the variations in SARS-CoV-2 strains is considered main factor for understanding the pathogenic mechanisms, aid in diagnosis, prevention and treatment The present study aimed to determine the genetic variations of SARS-CoV-2 The sequences of SARS-CoV-2 were obtained from National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and studied according to the time of isolation and their origin The genome sequence of SARS-CoV-2 accession number NC_045512 which represented the first isolated sequence of SARS-CoV-2 (Wuhan strain) was used as the reference sequence
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البريد الإلكتروني : eosman@ut.edu.sa
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