Ibrahim Yehia  

Prof. Ibrahim Yehia

Head of Medical Science Department


Profile

  • Email: ibrahim.yehia@bue.edu.eg
  • Building: N
  • Employee type: Full-time
  • Room: 209
  • Education History:
    • Ph.D Doctrate Degree of Comparative Anatomy, Faculty of science, Cairo University, 1990.
    • M.Sc - Master Degree "Immunology", Faculty of science, Cairo University, 1982.
    • B.D.S - Bachelor Degree of Zoology, Faculty of science, Cairo University, 1977.
    • B.D.S - Bachelor Degree of Dental Science, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University, 1992.
  • Bio:
    • Professor of Physiology, Zoology, Faculty of Science, Cairo University 2006-present.
    • Vice Dean of Postgraduate Study and Research, Al-Madinah, KSA.Vice Dean for Accreditation and Quality Assurance, Faculy of Applied Science, Taibah University, 2008-2013.
    • Head of Applied Biology Department, Faculy of Applied Science, Taibah University, 2008-2013.
    • A. Professor, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, 2001-2006.Lecturer, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, 1990-2001.
    • A. Lecturer, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, 1982-1990.Demonstrator, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, 1977-1982.

Publications

  1. Anatomical Studies on the Eye Muscle Nerves and Ciliary Ganglion of the Leaping Grey Mullet, Liza saliens (Risso, 1810),Amel Ramadan Omar, Eman Youssri Salah EL-Din, Ahmed Imam Dakrory, Ibrahim Yehia Abdelkader and Reema Emhammed Hassain. Global Veterinaria 17 (6): 546-552, 2016.
  2. Eye muscle nerves and the ciliary ganglion of Malpolon monspessulana (Colubridae, Ophidia). Amel R. Omar , Azza M. Riad , Ahmed I. Dakrory , Ibrahim Y. AbdelKader , Aya A. Mahmoud . The Journal of Basic & Applied Zoology, 70, 2015.
  3. Phosphorylated neurofilament protein in brain cortex of rat model for Parkinson’s disease, Samah M. Fathy and Ibrahim Y. Abdelkader. Annual Research & Review in Biology, 6(6): 409-415, 2015.
  4. Tracing of apoptosis during the early embryonic development of an amphibian model. A.M.Essa, J.I.Aid and I. Y. AbdelKader. Egypt. J. Zool., 48(2007).
  5. Muscloskeletal stress markers in ancient Egyptians from Giza old kingdom. Azza M. Sarry El-Din, Moushira E. Zaki, Fawzia H. Hussien , Ibrahim Y. AbdelKader and Osama M Refai      The Egyptian Medical  Journal  of the National Research Center,6(1):11-19 (2007).
  6. The cranial nerves of the cat snake Telescopus dhara (Colubridae, Ophidia): III. The nervus facialis. I.Y. Abdel Kader J. Egypt. Ger. Zool. Soc., 50(B): 35-46 (2006).
  7. The cranial nerves of the cat snake Telescopus dhara (Colubridae, Ophidia): II. The nervus trigeminus. I.Y. Abdel Kader J. Egypt. Ger. Zool. Soc., 50(B): 17-33 (2006).
  8. The cranial nerves of the cat snake Telescopus dhara (Colubridae, Ophidia): I. The eye muscle nerves and the ciliary ganglion. I.Y. Abdel Kader J. Egypt. Ger. Zool. Soc., 50(B): 1-16 (2006).
  9. Comparative anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of Tilapia zillii. Ahmed I. Dakrory, I.Y. Abdel Kader and Rania Sayed Ali J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 49(B): 19-44 (2006).
  10. The cranial nerves of the snake Natrix tessellata (Ophidia, Colubridae): The nervi glossopharyngeus, vagus, Accessorius and hypoglossus. I.Y. Abdel Kader, Abdel-Wahab A. El-Ghareeb and Ahmed F. Mahgoub Egypt. J. Zool., 45: 543-573 (2005).
  11. Relation between apoptosis and embryonic development of Oreochromis niloticus. Amany A. Tohamy, I.Y. Abdel Kader, Maiada M. Salama and Mona M. Mohamed Arab J. Biotech. 8(2): 275-292 (2005).
  12. Anatomical study on the nervi olfactorius, opticus and octavus in Tilapia zillii. Ahmed I. Dakrory, I.Y. Abdel Kader and Rania Sayed J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., (48B): 113-132 (2005).
  13. The cranial nerves of the snake Natrix tessellata (Ophidia, Colubridae): The nervi terminalis, olfactorius, opticus and octavus Abdel-Wahab, A. El-Ghareeb, I.Y. Abdel Kader and Ahmed F. Mahgoub Egypt. J. Zool., 43: 309-323 (2004).
  14. The cranial nerves of the snake Natrix tessellata (Ophidia, Colubridae): The eye muscle nerves and the ciliary ganglion Abdel-Wahab, A. El-Ghareeb, I.Y. Abdel Kader and Ahmed F. Mahgoub J. Union Arab Biol. Cairo, 22(A): 305-330 (2004).
  15. The cranial nerves of the white throated, bee eater, Merops albicollis (Meropidae, Coraciiformes). The nervi glossopharyngeus, vagus, accessorius and hypoglossus I.Y. Abdel Kader and Samah S.M. Fathy Egypt. J. Zool., 40: 413-441 (2003)
  16. .The cranial nerves of the bee eater, white-throated Merops albicollis (Meropidae, Coraciiformis): The nervus trigeminus I.Y. Abdel Kader and Samah M. Fathy Egypt J. Zool., 38: 21-39 (2002).
  17. Apoptosis in different brain regions of adult teleost fish Oreochromis niloticus. I.Y. Abdel Kader and Mona M. Mohamed J. Union Arab Biol. Cairo, 17(A): 481-496 (2002).
  18. Follicular atresia : A model for the study of apoptosis in the teleost fish Oreochromis niloticus. Mona M. Mohamed and I.Y. Abdel Kader  J. Union Arab Biol. Cairo, 17(A): 497-516 (2002).
  19. Innervation of the nasal region of the Egyptian cobra Naja haje haje. I.Y. Abdel Kader; Soliman, M.A. and Hegazy, R.M. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 33(B): 57-76 (2000).
  20. The cranial nerves of the bee eater Merops albicollis (Meropidae, Coraciiformes). The nervus facialis and the cranial sympathetic branches. I.Y. Abdel Kader and Samah S.M. Fathy J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 33(B): 41-96 (2000).
  21. The cranial nerves of the bee eater Merops albicollis (Meropidae, Coraciiformes). The eye muscle nerves of the ciliary ganglion. I.Y. Abdel Kader and Samah S.M. Fathy J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 33(B): 21-40 (2000).
  22. The cranial nerves of Gallinula chloropus (Rallidae, Gruiformes). The nervus trigeminus. I.Y. Abdel Kader Egypt. J. Zool., 34: 141-163 (2000).
  23. The cranial nerves of Gallinula chloropus (Rallidae, Gruiformes). The eye muscle nerves and the ciliary ganglion. I.Y. Abdel Kader J. Union Arab Biol., Cairo, 12(A): 197-216 (1999).
  24. The cranial nerves of Gallinula chloropus (Rallidae, Gruiformes). The nervus facialis and the cranial sympathetic branches. I.Y. Abdel Kader J. Union Arab Biol., Cairo, 10(A): 149-168 (1998).
  25. Anatomical and histological studies on the alimentary tract mucosa of the insectivorous Chameleon vulgaris and Chameleon basiliscus. Mostafa M. Zaher, I.Y. Abdel Kader; Shehata M.M.; Nadia A.M. El-Qady J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 17(C): 273-296 (1995).
  26. Anatomical, histological and morphometrical characterization of the gut mucosa of the colubrid snakes, Malpolon monspeesulanus, Coluber florulentus and Tarbophis obtusus. Ahmed M. Abdeen; Moustafa M. zaher; I.Y. Abdel Kader; Ashraf A. Abdel Rahman J. Union Arab Biol., Cairo, 2(A): 283-337 (1994).
  27. Description of chondrocranium of a late embryo of Poecilia reticulata (Poeciliidae, Osteichthyes). Azza M. Riad; Amir M. Abou-Taira; I.Y. Abdel Kader; Moustafa M. Zaher; Wassef A. Abdallah J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 15(B): 47-74 (1994).
  28. Studies on the ontogeny of the neurocranium of Poecilia reticulata (Poecilidae, Osteichthyes). 2- Intermediate states. Amir M. Abo-Taira; Azza M. Riad; I.Y. Abdel Kader; Moustafa M. Zaher, Wassef, A. Abdallah J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 15(B): 75-107 (1994).
  29. Developmental studies on the neurocranium of Corvus corone sardonius (Hooded Crow, Mediterranean race) order passeriformes. III- The optimum stage total body length, 62 mm. Accurate head length: 13.05 mm. Mostafa M. Zaher, Amir Abo-Taira; I.Y. Abdel Kader; S.I. Abd-ElHady. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 11(B): 255-319 (1993).
  30. Developmental studies on the neurocranium of Corvus corone sardonius (Hooded Crow, Mediterranean race) order passeriformes. II- Intermediate stages Mostafa M. Zaher, Amir Abo-Taira; I.Y. Abdel Kader; S.I. Abd-ElHady. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 11(B): 192-254 (1993).
  31. Developmental studies on the neurocranium of Corvus corone sardonius (Hooded Crow, Mediterranean race) order passeriformes. I- Early stages. Mostafa M. Zaher, Amir Abo-Taira; I.Y. Abdel Kader; S.I. Abd-ElHady. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 11(B): 149-191 (1993).

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