Showing profile for Prof. Hossam Sayour Ph.D.
|Position: Chief researcher in Bioanalytical Chemistry|
Institution: Animal Health Research Institute
Department: Molecular Biomimetics Research Group Leader, Biomedical Chemistry unit, Chemistry Department
Address: Animal Health Research Institute Building
7, Nadi El-Sied st.
Not publicPersonal statement:
Prof. Dr. Hossam Sayour is a Professor of Bioanalytical Chemistry works at
Biomedical Chemistry Unit, Chemistry Dept., Animal Health Research Institute, GiEgypt. Prof. Sayour was born in Cairo, 23th. June, 1965 and earned his B.Sc. (1987M.Sc. (1992) & Ph.D. (2001)in chemistry from Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University. As a golden member of society of molecular imprin ng since 2009 and my participation in their biannual scien ﬁc conferences (Paris, 2012, 2014), he
planned to address the merits of Molecular Biomimetics in Egypt (2015) through multidisciplinary research group (physics, chemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, veterinary medicine and ECE Engineering) doing mutual research projects which is one of his grand priorities through Molecular Biomimetics Research Group (MBRG)
Egyptian Chapter of Society of Molecular Imprinting
Molecular Biomimetic Research Group
Guest Editorial Board
- Biomedical Chemistry and Molecular Biomimetics.
-Bio-analytical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases.
- Miniaturized Biosensors/biomimetic sensors, bio-chips (microarray), lateral immunoassay strips and lab on-chip (LOC) fabrication.
- Wireless Sensors Networks (WSNs), Internet of Things (IoT) and agricultural digitalization based on. Artificial Intelligence (AI)- Advanced technologies led to the development of Bio-microchip based Point of
care / in-vitro diagnostic devices (POCDs/IVDs) for the detection of chemical and biological hazards.
- Smart Materials (nano/molecular imprinted polymers) preparation and
characterization for environmental and biomedical applications.
-Environmental management (vertical integrated farming)/monitoring using smart systems.
- Designing smart systems for Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
Flow-Through Assay of Quinine Using Solid Contact Potentiometric Sensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers. http://mipdatabase.com/imprintdbase8_05/5478.htm2:
Novel biomimetic sensor based on a molecularly imprinted polymer for rapid imidocarb determination. http://mipdatabase.com/imprintdbase8_08/8572.htm3:
A new potentiometric sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymer for analysis of a veterinary drug imidocarb dipropionate. http://mipdatabase.com/imprintdbase8_10/10162.htm