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CURRICULUM VITAE DR. Zeiad Moussa Abd EL-Moati Ahmed

CURRICULUM VITAE

DR. Zeiad Moussa Abd EL-Moati Ahmed

 Personal Data:

Name: Zeiad Moussa Abd El-Moati Ahmed

Position: Researcher –Microbiology Research Department – Soil, Water and Environment Research Institute – Agricultural Research Center – Giza – Egypt.

Date of Birth: 23rd June1972

Place of birth: Baklia - Mansoura - Dakhlia- Egypt

Nationality: Egyptian

Gender: Male

Social Status: Married + 3

Mobile: +2 0122 83 577 67 and +2 01021411663

Home Phone: +2 050 21 90 894

websites:   http://arc-eg.academia.edu/ZeiadMoussa

                https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zeiad_Moussa             

                http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5900-6437

                 ResearcherID: N-3391-2014

               http://livedna.org/20.16291

               http://arid.my/0001-9367

Google scholar:  http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&imq=Zeiad+Moussa&user=BGzbWdsAAAAJ

E-mail: zeiadmoussa@gmail.com

         zeiadmoussa@yahoo.com

 Postal Address: Baklia - Mansoura – Dakhlia – Egypt, Postal No. 35689

Qualifications:

1.      Ph.D. (Microbiology), Faculty of Science at Damietta, Mansoura University, Egypt (2006).

2.      M.Sc. (Genetics and Cytology), Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt (2003).

3.      B.Sc. (Botany), Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Egypt (1996).

 

Position Held:   

1.    Researcher – Microbiology Research Department – Soil, Water and Environment Research Institute – Agricultural Research Center – Giza – Egypt, from 1st October 2018 - now

2.    Researcher – Bacterial Diseases Research Department – Plant Pathology Research Institute – Agricultural Research Center – Giza – Egypt, from March 2011 – 30 September 2018. 

3.    Agricultural Research Specialist – Bacterial Diseases Research Department – Plant Pathology Research Institute – Agricultural Research Center – Giza – Egypt, from 2003 – 2011.

4.    Medical Representative: Memphis Company for Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals, Cairo, Egypt, from 1998 – 2001.

Major Research Experience:

1.       Isolation and identification of bacterial plant pathogens.

2.       Isolation, characterization and identification of bacteriophages.

3.       Isolation, identification and study of actinomycetes.

4.       Use of magnetic water to control plant pathogens.

5.       Use of chitosan to control plant pathogens.

6.       Use of gamma radiation to control plant pathogens    

7.       Investigate the effect of oils and plant extracts on bacterial plant pathogens.

8.       Investigate the effect of plant straw as bio-fertilizers and anti-microbial agents.

9.       Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of bacteria.

10.   Study the effect of bio-agent against plant pathogens under pots and field conditions.

11.   Solid state fermentation.

Publications:

1.    Yaser M Hafez, Elsayed M El-Kady, Ziad Moussa, Nehal Elsaed, Hatem Kotb Abdel-Moety Salama, Yasser Mazrou, Abeer H Makhlouf (2020): Exogenous application of Bacillus subtilis and H2O2 mitigated fire blight bacterial disease incidence in correlated with yield and fruit quality improvement. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin. 29, 7, 6315-6327.

2.    Moussa, Z. and Hozayn, M. (2018): Using of magnetic water technology for the management of brown rot disease of potato.   J. Plant Prot. and Path., Mansoura Univ., Vol.9 (3): 175 - 180

3.    Moussa, Z.; Goma, Eman Z.; Rashad, Ehsan M. M. and Salem, E.A.  (2018): Using of tamarind and vanilla essential oils for the management of brown rot disease of potato.  J. Plant Prot. and Path., Mansoura Univ., Vol.9 (2): 103 – 109.

4.    Moussa, Z.; El-Hersh, M.S. and El-Khateeb, A.Y. (2017): Induction of Potato Resistance Against Bacterial Wilt Disease Using Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Biotechnology, 16, 2: 57-68.

5.    H. Abd El-Ghany, Z. Moussa, E.A. Salem and A.F. Abd El-Rahman (2017): Management of Potato Soft Rot by Gamma Irradiation. Arab Journal of Nuclear Science and Applications, 50, 3: 159 – 173.

6.    Ezzat, A.S. and Moussa, Z. (2016): Investigating the effect of some elicitors on brown rot disease and tuber yield of potato (solanum tuberosum l.).  Journal of Productivity and Development, 21 (1), 67 – 96

7.    A.F. Abd El- Rahman, H. Abd El- Ghany, Z. Moussa and Hanan A. Shaheen, (2015): Use of Chitosan to Control Crown Gall Disease. Plant Pathology Journal, 14: 130-135.

8.    Salem, E.A and Moussa, Z. (2014): Improvement shelf-life extension of apple by prestorage thermal treatment, CaCl2 and gamma irradiation. Arab Journal of Nuclear Science and Applications, 47, 1:  181-188.

9.    Salem, E.A and Moussa, Z. (2014): Extending the shelf-life of pear fruits by using gamma irradiation. Arab Journal of Nuclear Science and Applications, 47, 1:231-238.

10.           El-Fallal, A.A. and Moussa, Z. (2008): Prospects for biocontrol of brown rot disease of potato in vitro and under greenhouse conditions. Plant Patholology Journal 7, 1: 54 – 64.

11.           Moussa, Z. (2006): Studies on biological control of brown rot disease of potato. Ph.D. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science at Dameitta, Mansoura University, Egypt.

12.           El-Didamony; G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sadik, A.S.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2004): Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of Ralstonia solanacearum and its phages. Egyptian Journal of Microbiology. 40, 51 – 64.

13.           El-Didamony, G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2003): Morphology and host range of phages active against Ralstonia solanacearum caused brown rot disease of potato in Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Biotechnology. 13: 114 – 129.

14.           Moussa, Z. (2003): Some Genetic studies on Ralstonia solanacerum causing brown rot disease of potato. M.Sc. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt.

Books:

1-     Moussa, Z. (2010): Biological Control of Brown Rot Disease of Potato by using Bacteriophages, Actinomycetes, Essential Oils and Basidomycetes, VDM Publishing House Ltd, ISBN 978-3-639-24636-0.

Conferences:

1.      The 14th Conference of Applied Microbiology: Microbiology and Sustainable Development. 18 – 20 November 2019. Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, Shubra El-Khaimah, Cairo, Egypt

2.      Online presence and contribution at The First International Conference on Modern Trends in Applied Sciences, 19-21 November 2017, Langkawi island, Malaysia.

3.      International Egyptian Czech Conference on nanotechnology Applications (IECCNA2017), 10 - 11 October 2017, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt.

4.      International Conference on "Advanced Technologies and Their Application in Agriculture", 27 - 29 March 2017, National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt.

5.      The Thirteenth Congress of Phytopathology, 10 – 11 May 2016, Management of Plant Diseases for Sustainable Agricultural Development, Giza, Egypt, Organize by The Egyptian Phytopathological Society.

6.      BioVision Alexandria 2106 conference, New Life Science: The Road Ahead. Alexandria, Egypt, 12 – 14 April 2016

7.      Conference of water security, challenges and solutions, 29th April 2014, National Research Center, Giza, Egypt

8.      The 12th Conference of Agricultural Development Researches. Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 24 – 27 March 2014.

9.      The Third International Conference on Biological and Environmental science, 20 – 24 March 2012 Mansoura and Hurghada, Egypt.

10.  The Twelfth Congress of Phytopathology, 3 – 4 May 2011, Giza, Egypt, Organize by The Egyptian Phytopathological Society.

11.  The Second International Conference for Application of Biotechnology (ICAB- 2009), 17 – 18 October 2009, MSA University, 6 October City, 6 October Governorate, Egypt. Speaker “Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, A. E.A: Isolation, Identification and use of Streptomyces in control of brown root disease of potato”, Abstract Book, p. 45.

12.  The First International Conference for Application of Biotechnology (ICAB- 2008), 18th – 19th October 2008, MSA University, 6 October City, 6 October Governorate, Egypt. Shared by Poster “Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, A. E.A: Use of Phage Cocktail Isolated from Egyptian Soil to Control Brown Rot disease of Potato”, Abstract Book, p.48.

13.  Phage Biology, Ecology and Therapy Meeting, Eliava Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia. June 12-15, 2008. Shared by Poster “Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, A. E.A.: Use of phage cocktail isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato”. (Abstract Book, p.65).

14.  The Second International Conference of Virology "Emerging and Exotic Viral Infection, Challenging Threats of Human, Animal and Plant Health" 5th  6th April, 2008. Giza, Egypt. Organized by Egyptian Society of Virology.

15.  Research, Development and Innovation: Biotechnology in Arab World Forum. 3rd – 5th March 2008, Amman, Jordan. Organized by Arab Science and Technology Foundation.   Main Speaker, Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, Adel E.A.: "Use of Phage Cocktail to Control Brown Rot Disease of Potato, (Abstract Book, p.91).

16.  Eleventh Congress of Phytopathology, 27 – 28 November 2007, Giza, Egypt. Organized by The Egyptian Phytopathological Society.

17.  Twelfth Conference on Microbiology, 18 – 20 March 2007. Organized by The Egyptian Society of Applied Microbiology. Giza, Egypt

18.  Second Mansoura University Conference for Marketing Researches. Mansoura, Egypt 5 – 6 December 2006, Main Speaker, Mansour, F.A. and Moussa, Z. presentation title "Phage Therapy", Abstract Book, p.58.

Pesticide Assessment Research Projects:

The main investigator in the local research project which follows the Pesticide Assessment and Registration Fund "Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Bacterial Pesticides for the Management of Fruit and Vegetable Diseases in Al Gharbia Governorate, Project No. 964 - Since 2014 till now.

Participate in local research projects that follow the Fund to evaluate and register the following pesticides:

1. Evaluation of the effectiveness of bacterial pesticides for the management of fruit and vegetable diseases in Al-Behera Governorate, Project No. 818 - since 2011 until now.

2. Evaluation of the effectiveness of bacterial pesticides for the management of fruit and vegetable diseases in Al-Behera Governorate. Project No. 820 - since 2011 until now.

3. Evaluation of the effectiveness of fungicides used for the management of early blight in potato crop in Menoufia Governorate. Project No. 702 - since 2011 until now.

4. Evaluation of the effectiveness of fungicides used for the management of powdery mildew and gummy stem blight in cucumber in Giza Governorate. Project No. 107 - since 2014 to date.

5. Evaluation of the effectiveness of fungicides used for the management of late blight in potato crop in Ismailia Governorate. Project No. 983. From 2015 until now

6. Evaluation of the effectiveness of fungicides used for the management of late blight in potato crop in Ismailia Governorate. Project No. 731 - from 2015 until now.

7. Evaluation of the effectiveness of fungicides used for the management of the early blight in potato crop in Nubaria or South Tahrir. (3) Project No. 1063 - since 2017.

Supervisor of Thesis:

1.    Mohamed Maher Soliman: Antimicrobial susceptibility and phage (s) control of clinical methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)isolates. Master Thesis. Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Mansura University, Egypt. October 2019 – till now.

2.    Nehal El-Saaid Abd El-Hamid Mohamed: Characterization of some bacterial plant diseases pathogens using advanced molecular techniques.  Master Thesis. Plant Pathology Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Kafr El-Shekh University, Egypt.  March 2016 – till now.

3.    Marwa Nabih Mohamed Mahmoud: Role of reactive oxygen species and anti-oxidants in bacterial plant disease resistance.  Master Thesis. Plant Pathology Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Kafr El-Shekh University, Egypt.  March 2016 – till now.

4.        Mona Elsayed Mohammad: Biological control of brown rot disease of potato using bacteriophages. Master Thesis. Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Mansura University, Egypt.  February 2012 – till now.

Lectures and Guidance:

1.      Biological Control of Pests and Diseases. – Lecture as part of the course activities organized by the Central Administration of Stations -Tag El-Ezz Agricultural Research Station, Dakahlia, Egypt, 11 December 2017.

2.      The Most Important Bacterial Plant Diseases and The Ways of Management of These Diseases – Lecture - as part of the course activities organized by the Plant Pathology Research Institute Tag El-Ezz Agricultural Research Station Dakahlia, Egypt, 23 August 2017.

3.      Xylella fastidiosa: A Danger Threats Worldwide Agriculture. Tag El-Ezz Agricultural Research Station Dakahlia, Egypt, 14 May 2017.

4.      The Most Important Bacterial Plant Diseases That Infect Different Crops. Gemeza Agricultural Research Station. Gharbia Governorate. 8 December 2013.

 

 

Training courses and Workshops

1.    Preventing Measures for the Introduction and Spread of Xylella fastidiosa – Olive Quick Decline Syndrome in NENA Countries” TCP/RAB/3601 Project – Cairo, 30 April – 4 May 2017

2.    Training course: Recent Directions for Evaluation and Assessment of Toxicity of Herbicides, Fungicides, Bactericides, Nematicides, Central Lab. of Pesticides. Doki, Giza. 1 – 3 April 2014.

3.       Writing Research Paper Workshop: Plant Pathology Research Institute, Giza, Egypt, By Prof. Dr. Saaid Omar, 16 September 2013.

4.       Recognition and Deep Appreciation of the Important, Valuable Knowledge sharing and Contributions through Building Agriculture Expert Systems Workshop, Organized by MCIT Egypt ICT Trust Fund, Hold in Civilizing Training Center, Gizira Cairo, Egypt 26 – 28 August 2013.

5.    The international workshop on environmental nanotechnology and advanced optical spectroscopic application. ESRI - Sadat City - Menoufia University - Menoufia Governorate - Egypt - 22 May 2013.  

6.        Design and Analysis of Agricultural Experiments by SPSS Program. Central Laboratory for Design and Statistical Analysis Research (CLDSAR) – Agricultural Research Center (ARC), Giza, Egypt. 25 November 2011 – 6 December 2012.

7.       Training course on: Production of Biocides, National Research Center Giza, Egypt, 22 – 26 April 2012

8.         Environment and Bio-Agriculture, National Research Center, Giza, Egypt, 2 – 3 April 2012. 

9.    Workshop in "References and data management using Endnote X5, Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Egypt, 18 – 19 February 2012.

10.                       Principals, Design and Analysis of Agricultural Experiments - a course organized under the supervision of the Central Administration - Agricultural Research Station - Tag El-Ezz - Dakahlia Governorate - in the period 4/9/2011 to 15/9/2011.

11.                       The second International Workshop on Industrial Biotechnology, 20 – 21 July 2011, Conference Center, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, Organized by Arab Biotechnology Association.

12.                       International Computer Driving License (ICDL), Syllabus version 4: Endorsed by Ministry of Communications and Information technology – Egypt, May - July 2008

Colloquiums:

1.      Symposium of future of Magnetic agriculture in Egypt. 30th April 2014, National Research Centre, Giza, Egypt.  

2.      Evaluation of Research Project of Management of Agricultural Knowledge by Development of New National Agricultural Expert Systems and Their Future Application. Ministry of Communications, Giza, Egypt, 9 September 2013.

3.         GENYS biotechnology colloquium 5 December 2007 at Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Egypt. Speaker, Presentation title "Phage therapy".  

4.       GENYS (German Egyptian Network of Young Scientists) Biotechnology Colloquium 22th October 2007 at Ain Shams University, Egypt.

Membership in Scientific Societies Groups and Networks:

Manager of Ibn-Sina Forums and Network which includes about 8000 Egyptian, Arabic and foreign University Professors, Scholars, and Researchers. http://groups.google.com/group/ibn-sina/

Member in:

1.    The Egyptian Society of Applied Microbiology (ESAM).

2.    Egyptian Phytopathological Society (EPS).

3.    Egyptian Society of Virology (ESV).

4.    Egyptian Society for Biological Control of Bests (ESPCP).

 

Computer skills:

1.    Having ICDL certificate (Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Information Technology, and Internet).

2.    Having a good experience in Photoshop.

3.    Use statistical analysis programs

Language:

        Good command of English "Writing, Reading and Speaking”.

        Having TOEFL.ITP.

Other activities:

Writer: Have more than one hundred published articles in different fields of science in Arabic newspapers, magazines and e-sites. These articles also published in the following sites:

 https://zeiadmoussa.com/

http://sites.google.com/site/zeiadmoussa

http://kenanaonline.com/users/zeiadmoussa/

https://drzeiadmoussa.blogspot.com.eg/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz1EZ8DLhEZhzHdbCv8LBdA

 

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