Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, PhD

Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Embryology

Anatomy and Embryology department

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Alexandria University, Egypt


Biography

Academic degrees
BVS, Veterinary sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2004. Area: Five year studies including basic and clinical veterinary sciences.
MVS, Veterinary Anatomy, Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2007. Entitled: Some morphological studies on the Ostrich Heart
PhD, Clinical Anatomy, Department of Anatomy and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt, 2011. Entitled: Applied Anatomy on the Neck of the Goat
Research Experience
National Researcher 2004-2016, participated with senior professors and colleagues in Alexandria University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (Egypt) in the conduction of research.

Teaching Experience
In Anatomy and Embryology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University
Demonstrator 2005-2008
Department of Anatomy & Embryology in “Gross and Developmental Anatomy”
Assistant lecturer 2008-2011
Lab weekly practicum of the gross and developmental anatomy as well as technical assistance in the undergraduate training courses of applied anatomy. Assisted in developing syllabus and overall course structure and administered all grades.
Lecturer: from 2011- 2016
Assistant professor: from 2016- until now

Research Interest

Scientific Activities

Awards:
Alexandria university award for 2016
Many awards from Alexandria university for international scientific publishing for articles in impacted journals from 2013 till now

Memberships
1. Anatomy and Embryology Department Council
2. Deputy Director of the Quality Assurance Unit
3. Head of scientific research file in Quality Assurance Unit
4. Scientific Research Committee in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt from 2015 till now.
5. Committee on Cultural Relations in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt in 2013 to 2014.
6. Scientific reviewers of many international journals
7. African Association of Veterinary Anatomists
8. Egyptian Veterinary Medical Syndicate
9. Kafre El-Sheik Veterinary Medical Syndicate
10. Associate Editor in "Alexandria journal of veterinary sciences (AJVS)": http://www.alexjvs.com
11. Member in the African Association of Veterinary Anatomists

Publications

1. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2013): Morphological studies of the stomach of falcon. Scientific Journal of Veterinary Advances; 2(3) 30-40. ISSN 2322-1879
2. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Raafat M. A. EL-Bakary (2013): Morphological and scanning electron microscopy studies of the tongue of the Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) and their lingual adaptation for its feeding habits. Veterinary Research Communications; 37(3): 229-238, DOI 10.1007/s11259-013-9567-9.
3. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Raafat M. A. EL-Bakary (2013): Anatomical reference of New Zealand white rabbits tongue (Orycotolagus cuniculus) for feeding habits lingual adaptation. Journal of Morphological science; 30 (4): 260-271.
4. Mohamed A.M. Alsafy; Samir A.A. El-Gendy; Mohamed M.A. Abumandour (2014): Computed Tomography and Gross Anatomical Studies on the Head of One-Humped Camel (Camelus dromedarius). THE ANATOMICAL RECORD 297(4):630–642.
5. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2014): Morphological comparison of the filiform papillae of the New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) as domestic mammals and Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) as wild mammals using scanning electron microscopic specimens. International Journal of Morphology; 32(4):1407-1417.
6. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2014): Histomophological studies on the stomach of Eurasian Hobby (Falconinae: Falco subbuteo, Linnaeus 1758) and its relation with its feeding habits. Life Science Journal 2014; 11 (7): 809-819.
7. Mohamed M.A. Abumandour (2014): Gross anatomical studies of the oropharyngeal cavity in Eurasian Hobby (Falconinae: Falco subbuteo, Linnaeus 1758). Journal of Life Sciences Research; 1 (4): 80-92, ISSN: 2408-9184.
8. Raafat M. A. El-Bakary, Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, Mohammed Abu El-Magd, Basma Gomaa, Foad Farrag (2014): Morphogenesis of the early development of the skeletal muscle in the El-Salam chicken strain. Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences 2014, 44: 15-22.
9. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2016): Gill morphology in the red swamp freshwater crayfish Procambarus clarkii (Crustacea: Decapoda: cambarids) (Girard 1852) from the River Nile and its branches in Egypt. International Journal of Morphology, 2016, volume 34 issue 1, pages 168-178.
10. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Mahmoud S. Gewaily: Morphological studies on the gills of puffer fish (Lagocephalus sceleratus, Gmelin, 1789). International Journal of Morphology; September 2016, Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 817 - 829. ISSN (print): 0717-9367; ISSN (Online): 0717-9502. Impact Factor: 0.32 - SJR: 0.239 Website: www.scielo.cl/ijmorphol.htm
11. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Fatma El-Defrawy (2016): Macro anatomical investigations of the Cervicothoracic Sympathetic system in the horse (Equus ferrus caballus). Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016; Volume 48, Issue 3, pages: 12-23. ISSN: 1110-2047. http://www.scopemed.org/?mno=171724. Website: www.alexjvs.com
12. Ahmed N. El-Khamary, Mohamed W. El-Sherif, Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, Ahmed S. Ahmed and Ramadan E. Abd El-Wahed (2016): Two ports Laparoscopic Clipping Release in situ Castration technique in lateral recumbent Equid. Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 2016; 62(149):1-7. ISSN (print): 1012-5973; ISSN (on line): 2314-5226. Assiut University web-site: www.aun.edu.eg
13. Naglaa fathi, Raafat M. A. El-Bakary, Ashraf Karkoura, Samir El-Gendy and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour, (2016): Advanced Morphological and radiological studies on the stifle joint of Egyptian Baladi goat (Capra Hircus). Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016; 51 (2): 199-210-23. ISSN: 1110-2047. DOI: 10.5455/ajvs.239172
14. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Morphological features of the tongue and laryngeal entrance in two predatory birds with similar feeding preferences: common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) and Hume’s tawny owl (Strix butleri). Anatomical Science International, Volume 92:352-363. Published online: 15 April 2016. DOI: 10.1007/s12565-016-0339-9. Impact Factor: 0.839.
15. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Gill Morphology in Two Bottom Feeder Mediterranean Sea Fishes: Grey Gurnard Fish (Eutrigla gurnardus, Linnaeus, 1758) and Striped Red Mullet Fish (Mullus barbatus surmuletus, Linnaeus, 1758) by Scanning Electron Microscopy. International Journal of Morphology, 2016, volume 35 issue 1, pages 77-84.
16. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and William Pérez (2017): Morphological and scanning electron microscopy studies of the stomach of the Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus). International Journal of Morphology 2017, volume 35, issue 1, pages 242-250.
17. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Fatma El-Defrawy: Macro anatomical investigations of the Cervicothoracic Sympathetic system in the horse (Equus ferrus caballus) in Egypt. International Journal of Morphology; September 2016, Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 923 - 933. ISSN (print): 0717-9367; ISSN (Online): 0717-9502. Impact Factor: 0.32; SJR: 0.239 Website: www.scielo.cl/ijmorphol.htm
18. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2017): Morphological Characteristics of the Oropharyngeal Cavity (Tongue, Palate and Laryngeal Entrance) in the Eurasian Coot (Fulica atra, Linnaeus, 1758). Anatomia Histologia Embryologia, 54 (4); 347–358. doi: 10.1111/ahe.12276
19. Neveen E. R. El-Bakary and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2017): Morphological Studies of the Tongue of the Egyptian Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) and Their Lingual Papillae Adaptation for Its Feeding Habits. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia, Volume 54 (5); 474–486. doi: 10.1111/ahe.12292
20. Neveen E. R. El-Bakary and Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2017): Visual adaptations of the eye of the Gilthead Sea bream (Sparus aurata). Veterinary research communications (41):257–262. DOI 10.1007/s11259-017-9696-7
21. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour and Neveen E. R. El-Bakary (2018): Morphological descriptions of the esophagus of the sea bream (Sparus aurata, Linneaus 1758). Russian journal of marine biology; Volume 44, Issue 2, pages: 135-140
22. Mohamed M. A. Abumandour (2018): Surface ultrastructural (SEM) characteristics of oropharyngeal cavity of house sparrow (Passer domesticus). Anatomical Science International. Volume 93, Issue 3, pages 384–393. Published online: 22 December 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12565-017-0426-6

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