University of Benghazi
2nd in Libya
1st in Libya
1st in Libya
1st in Libya
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Dr. Ramadan Elaiess holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Strathclyde - United Kingdom in computer and information science. He is currently a faculty member in the department of information studies at the University of Benghazi-Libya.
He has been teaching subjects of information storage and retrieval, information science, information systems, knowledge organization, content management systems and digital libraries since 2011. His research interest includes information seeking behaviour, cognitive and social issues of information process and digital technology. He has published considerable numbers of scientific articles in national and international journals in addition to chapters in books and research papers. Dr. Elaiess has been appointed since 2011 to serve as an academic editor and advisory board member for more than one hundred international journals devoted to the field of computer and information science. In addition to that, he has been appointed since 2010 to serve as a program committee and technical program committee member for over than two hundred international peer-reviewed conferences which were held in different parts of the World with the aim to endorse, promote and facilitate the aforementioned field. Dr. Elaiess specific research interests are in the application of new technologies in different fields of computer & information science focusing on innovative approaches. He is also interested in open access movement as a significant tool for narrowing the digital divide (through knowledge sharing) between the third world countries and the developed nations which continue to widen between the have and have-nots or the information rich and the information poor. This in its turn, can have positive impact as an instrument for sustainable economic development. Therefore, he is paying much attention to the use and utilization of open source content management systems such as Greenstone, Eprints, Fedora, Keystone, and Dspace.
Arheiam is currently the head of Dental Public Health unit of the faculty of Dentistry at the University of Benghazi, Libya. He is also the founding president and current CEO of the Libyan section of International Association for Dental Research. Arheiam completed his doctoral degree at the University of Liverpool. Arheiam's research is now revolving around the assessment of oral health needs and utilisation of dental services in conflict-affected Libya. He also interested in exploring issues related to the oral health-related quality of life and early childhood caries.
My name is Marei Miloud El-ajaily, a professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Benghazi, Libya. On 1998, I got Ph.D degree from Cairo university, Egypt. I published 93 papers, 10 books. Supervised on 22 M.Sc and 1 Ph.D. Beside to this, a member of 7 journal boards. I am interesting in coordination chemistry research.
Experienced Postgraduate with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Molecular Pharmacology, Biomedical sciences and IT Strategy. Strong professional with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) focused in Molecular Pharmacology from Nottingham University. Nouh Mohamed currently works at the Department of pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Benghazi. Studies different G-Protein Coupled Receptors in particular their expression and elucidation of their molecular mechanisms Investigating the effect of different differentiating agents (For example: Retinoic acid & Pherabal ester) on human cell line. Studies the cellular differentiation and the expression of adenosine receptors and investigate the molecular mechanisms of these interactions. investigate Pharmacokinetic & Pharmacogenetic of different drugs. Pharmacological screening of medicinal plants particularly those used in folk medicine on experimental model (animals or isolated tissues). work Phone: 00218612231528 Address: Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi University, Benghazi, Libya.
Dr. Muna Elburki is currently lecturer at Periodontics department, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Benghazi, Libya. Dr, Elburki obtained her master degree from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom and completed her PhD degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr. Elburki's research is now revolving around the link between periodontal inflammation and systemic diseases. She is also interested in exploring the host-modulators in the treatment of the periodontal patient, and systemic implications.