1980 Ph.D. (Pharmacology), University of Missouri, Columbia, School of Medicine, USA 1971 B.V.Sc University of Khartoum, Sudan
2019- present: Consultant, Dope testing, King Abdel-Aziz City for Science and Technology Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
1993-2018: Expert in Camel Racing Dope Testing Laboratory, Forensic Evidence department, Abu Dhabi Police
1989-1993: Associate Professor, Desert and Marine Environment Research Centre, School of Science, University of United Arab Emirates, Al Ain
1987-1993 Expert in Narcotic Section, Sharjah Forensic Laboratory
1985-1987 In charge of Veterinary Laboratory, Department of Agriculture, Al Ain
1982-1985 Associate Professor (Pharmacology), King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
1980-1982 Assistant Professor (Pharmacology), University of Khartoum, Sudan
I have very strong command and experience on mass spectrometric techniques and instrumentation which include:
-Finnigan LCQ deca
-Thermo LCQ Discovery
-Sciex Qtrap 5500,
-Sciex Qtrap 4000
-Waters Xevo TQ-S
- HP589070/HP5972/HP5973, HP5975
-Thermo TSQ GC-MS/MS
Various in vitro and in vivo instruments were used routinely. These included isolated organ instruments (for smooth and striated muscles) with isotonic and isometric transducers e.g. routine use included evaluation of drugs and plant extracts on gastrointestinal muscles, uterine muscles, tracheal muscles, heart muscles, diaphragmtphrenic preparation etc. In vivo experiments included blood pressure, antiinflammatory, diabetes experiments etc. Instruments used were from Cambridge, Lectromed and Hasso manufacturers.
This included visible, ultraviolet, atomic absorption (flame and flameless) and infrared spectrometers (instruments used were Philips and Perkin Elmers).
Ultracentrifugation, radioimmunoassays, thin layer chromatography, clinical chemistry analysers (discrete and non discrete, open and closed systems), flame photometers, ELISA techniques and ion selecting electrodes were routinely used.
Very long experience in extraction of biological samples (urine, blood and hair) from different animals (camels, horses, falcons and dogs) as well as from humans. These include liquid-liquid, supported liquid, precipitation, solid phase extraction using different sorbents. Extractions were performed on manual and automated machines (Gilson, Zymark and Biotage Extrahera) as well as on positive manifold systems.
Teaching and training experience
I have taught various courses of pharmacology, toxicology, analytical chemistry, instrumental courses e.g. mass spectrometry high resolution mass spectrometry and biostatistics. Teaching and training included theoretical and practical aspects to undergraduates, post graduates and laboratory technicians .
Supervision of postgraduate students
I have independently supervised and guided the research programme that led to the award of Masters and Ph.D. degrees to several candidates. I have also contributed in the research plans in an intellectual and conceptual manner and participated in the oral examinations of students for several degrees in Master of Veterinary Science.
The pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of flumethasone in camels Journal of Camel Practice and Research.
DOI : 10.5958/2277-8934.2016.00001.1 Vol 25 No 2, p 1-3, 2018
C.E. Uboh3, Ishar M. Barezaig, J.A. Rudy3, L.R. Soma2 and K. Singh. The disposition of heptaminol in camels after intravenous administration. Journal of Camel Practice and Research. Vol 16 No 2, p 143-148, 2009
injection. The 19th International Conference of Racing Analysts and Veterinarians Philadelphia, USA, 2012.
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