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Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Hassan Y Aboul-Enein




Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein
Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry Department
Pharmaceutical and Drug Industries Research Division,
National Research Centre
Dokki, Cairo 12311, Egypt
Tel: +201003678948
+20103678948
+2023 3370931/33601877 Fax: +20233370931

E-mail: haboulenein@yahoo.com 
and enein@gawab.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hassan_Aboul-Enein
https://www.linkedin.com/in/hassan-aboul-enein-9535a838

 

Summary

Professor Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein received his first degree from Cairo University in 1964 and then went on to study in the United States, receiving a Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Mississippi in 1971. In 2000, he was also awarded a DSc. from the University of Bucharest, Romania. He was an assistant professor at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and the University of Iowa before joining the pharmaceutical industry in the United States.
Professor Aboul-Enein has also occupied a number of posts outside the United States, including King Saud University and later at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He was a visiting professor at the University of Sydney, the University of Nebraska, Ain Shams University, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Shandong University China, the University of Sharjah, University Teknologie Malaysia (UTM), University of Bechar,Bechar, Algeria and Mahatma Ghandi University, Kottayam, India.
Currently, Professor Aboul-Enein is an Emeritus Professor at the National Research Center in Cairo. He is a consultant for several academic institutions in Malaysia, China, the United States, Turkey, Algeria, and Australia. He is also in the WHO-UN Expert Advisory Panel on the International Pharmacopoeia and Pharmaceutical Preparations.
Moreover, Professor Aboul-Enein is on the editorial board of several peer reviewed journals. His research interests are in the areas of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis and he has published, over the course of his long career, more than 1000 scientific papers on pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis, in addition to 8 books and numerous presentations at international scientific conferences. He holds a US Patent and has received various honors and awards



Experience


Education


UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF PHARMACY,MISSISSIPPI,USA

PhD, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

- Pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis of drugs in bulk, pharmaceutical formulations and biological fluids.

- Chiral chromatography including molecular recognition in separation processes and method developments for analytical separations.

- Retention mechanisms in chromatography.

- Synthesis of biological active agents, specifically fluorinated medicinals.

-Construction and development of sensors and biosensors for the analysis of pharmaceuticals and biological active compounds with emphasis on chiral drugs.

Univerisity of Mississippi, University, Mississippi,USA



Research Experience

  • Jan 2013
    Jamia Millia Islamia - Central University · Department of Chemistry
    India · New Delhi
  • Jan 2012
    Xinxiang University
    China · Xinxiang
  • Jan 2011
    Menoufia University · Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Research Institute(GEBRI)
    Egypt · Shibīn al Kawm
  • Jan 2011–Dec 2012
    West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin
    Poland · Szczecin
  • Jan 2011
    Alzahra University · Department of Chemistry
    Iran · Tehrān
  • Jan 2011
    International University of Africa
    Sudan · Khartoum
  • Jan 2010
    Ain Shams University · Department of Chemistry
    Egypt · Cairo
  • Jan 2010
    Gazi University · Department of Chemistry
    Turkey · Ankara
  • Jan 2010–Dec 2012
    Institutul National De Cercetare – Dezvoltare Pentru Electrochimie Si Materie Condensata
    Romania · Timişoara
  • Jan 2009–Dec 2012
    Universiti Teknologi Malaysia · Department of Chemistry
    Malaysia · Johor Bahru
  • Jan 2009–Dec 2013
    University of Khartoum · Faculty of Science
    Sudan · Khartoum
  • Jan 2008–Dec 2009
    Shahid Beheshti University · Department of Phytochemistry
    Iran · Tehrān
  • Jan 2008–Dec 2012
    Jamia Millia Islamia · Department of Chemistry
    India · New Delhi
  • Jan 2008–Dec 2013
    Universiti Sains Malaysia · School of Chemical Sciences
    Malaysia · Nibong Tebal
  • Jan 2007
    Zagazig University · Department of Analytical Chemistry
    Egypt · Az Zaqāzīq
  • Jan 2007
    Razi University · Department of Chemistry
    Iran · Kermānshāh
  • Jan 2007
    Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran
    Iran · Tehrān
  • Jan 2007
    Ataturk University · Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science
    Turkey · Erzurum
  • Jan 2007
    Jiangsu Polytechnic university
    China · Changzhou
  • Jan 2006
    Gaziosmanpasa University · Department of Chemistry
    Turkey · Tokat
  • Jan 2006–Dec 2007
    University of Sharjah
    United Arab Emirates · Sharjah
  • Jan 2004
    Shanxi University
    China · Taiyuan
  • Jan 2004–Dec 2010
    Alexandria University · Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
    Egypt · Alexandria
  • Jan 2004
    Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz · Department of Pharmaceutical Technology
    Austria · Graz
  • Jan 2004–Dec 2005
    National Organization for Drug Control & Research
    Egypt · Cairo
  • Jan 2003–Dec 2005
    National Institute of Hydrology
    India · Roorkee
  • Jan 2003–Dec 2013
    Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
    Poland · Szczecin
  • Jan 2003
    Shandong University · Department of Chemistry
    China · Jinan
  • Jan 2003
    Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi
    Turkey · Eskişehir
  • Jan 2003–
    Dec 2004
    Ankara University · Division of Analytical Chemistry
    Turkey · Ankara
  • Jan 2003–Dec 2004
    University of Szczecin
    Poland · Szczecin
  • Jan 2002
    Uniwersytet Jagielloński · Medical College
    Poland · Kraków
  • Jan 2002–
    Dec 2013
    Universitatea din București · Faculty of Chemistry
    Romania · Bucharest
  • Jan 2002–
    Dec 2009
    Szczecin University of Technology
    Poland · Szczecin
  • Jan 2002–
    Dec 2004
    Jiangsu Institute of petrochemical Technology
    China · Changzhou
  • Jan 2001–
    Dec 2006
    Anadolu University · Faculty of Pharmacy
    Turkey · Eskişehir
  • Jan 1999–
    Dec 2006
    University of Pretoria · Department of Chemistry
    South Africa · Pretoria
  • Jan 1982–
    Dec 2011
    King Saud University · Department of Clinical Pharmacy
    Saudi Arabia · Riyadh
  • Jan 1975
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
    USA · Birmingham
  • Jan 1974
    Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Hospital
    USA · Minneapolis







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Fluorinated HPLC Phases — Looking Beyond C18 for Reversed-Phase
Professor Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein
Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry Department, National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo 12311, EGYPT
E-mail: haboulenein@yahoo.com and enein@gawab.com

Reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is one of the most utilized forms of chromatography. The C8 and C18 stationary phases are the most widely used for reversed-phase HPLC. However, analysts occasionally encounter difficult separations for which selectivity, ruggedness or reproducibility are not obtained easily using traditional C8 and C18 phases. These separations might require the use of novel or selective phases that interact with analytes in a manner different than C8 or C18 phases .
¢ These types of stationary phases separate compounds based upon selective stationary phase interactions such as steric recognition charge transfer or π–π interactions. One class of selective or novel phases that have been used for a variety of separations are fluorinated phases
¢ Fluorinated phases can provide different elution orders, leading to enhanced selectivity for difficult-to-separate compounds
¢ Fluorinated phases also offer the possibility to use simpler mobile phases and avoid using extreme pH conditions and complex mobile-phase preparations.
¢ Fluorinated packings also exhibit excellent selectivity for compounds having hydroxyl, nitro and other polar groups in large ring systems.
This presentation will present several types of fluorinated stationary phases and show several examples of how this extra selectivity has been used to achieve chromatographic separation for a broad range of applications.
Hassan-Y.-Aboul-Enein

http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/benzimidazole-derivatives-as-antidiabetic-agents-2161-0444-1000280.php?aid=56566



I M.Sc. Chemistry students with Dr. Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein and wife. — with Divya Mathew and Bino George.


Principal Rev. Fr. N.V. Joseph Njarakkattil presents a memento to Dr. Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein.


 Seminar on 'Chiral Capillary Electrophoresis' by Dr. Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein (Professor of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry,National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt), at St. Thomas College, PalaNational Research Centre Dokki Cairo

Chiral Pollutants Distribution, Toxicity and Analysis by Chromatography and Capillary Electrophoresis - Imran Ali-Hassan Y Aboul-Enein

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