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Prof. Ayman Sadek Ahmed El-Faham أ. د. أيمن صادق أحمد الفحام

Prof. Ayman Sadek Ahmed El-Faham أ. د. أيمن صادق أحمد الفحام
Office: Tel:+966 1 4673195
Fax: +966 1 4675299
2B 89 building 5
aelfaham@ksu.edu.sa
PO Box 2455
Riyadh 11451
King Saudi Arabia
Prof. Ayman El-Faham
Professor of Organic and Peptide Chemistry
College of Science 
Prof. Ayman El-Faham, Ph.D; D.Sc. Professor of Organic and Peptide Chemistry Department of Chemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, P.O. Box 2455, 11451 Riyadh , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University P.O. Box 426, Ibrahimia, 21321 Alexandria, Egypt
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Professor Ayman El-Faham received his B.Sc. degree in Chemistry in 1980 and M.Sc. in 1985 in Physical Organic Chemistry, from Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria, Egypt. In 1991 he received his Ph.D in Organic Chemistry as a joint supervision between University of Massachusetts, Amherst, U. S. A and University of Alexandria under supervision of Prof. L. A. Carpino,University of Massachusetts, USA. Recently he received his D.Sc. in Peptide Synthesis in 2010, University of Alexandria, Egypt.
In addition Prof. El-Faham was involved in the development of new coupling reagents based on 1-hydroxy-7-azabenzotriazole. He continued working on these new coupling reagents during his postdoctoral work (1992-1999) at the University of Massachusetts in Prof. Carpino’s Lab. He holds many patents in this field.
He received the University of Alexandria award in Chemistry in 1999. He joined the Barcelona Science Park during the summer of 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011, he worked with Prof. Fernando Albericio in the development of a new family of coupling reagents. His research interests include the synthesis of peptides under solution and solid phase conditions, natural products, heterocylic synthesis, and biologically active synthetic targets.
Professor El-Faham acted as Head of the Chemistry Department, Beriut Arab University, Lebanon (2000-2004), as a Professor of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, and the Direct Manager of both the NMR Lab and the Central Lab at the Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Egypt (2004- 2008),
as a Professor at King Saud University, College of Science, Chemistry Department, Saudi Arabia (2008-2010).
Professor El-Faham acted as a Vice-Dean for Community Development & Environmental Affairs, University of Alexandria, Faculty of Science, Alexandria-Egypt (2010-2011).
Currently he is working as a Professor of Organic Chemistry, King Saud University, College of Science, Chemistry Department, Saudi Arabia since 2011.
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CURRIUCULUM VITA 

Ayman Ahmed El-Faham

aymanelfaham@gmail.com &  aelfaham @ksu.edu.sa
Professor in Organic Chemistry focusing on synthesis and characterization of peptides and proteins as well as synthesis of biologically active heterocyclic compounds.
Personal Data
Date of Birth: April, 7th, 1958
Place of Birth: Alexandria, Egypt.
Permanent Address:
          Work address:
Faculty of Science-Alexandria University-Chemistry Department
            P.O. Box426, Ibrahimia, 21321 Alexandria, EGYPT
            Work Tel: 203-4943913& 203-5922352.         Fax: 203-5932488
Home address:
Faculty Staff Building-Building no. 6, Apt. no 61
            Samouha, 23431 Alexandria, EGYPT.
            Home Tel: 203-4264809 & 203-4801246.
Current Work Address:
King Saud University, College of Science - Chemistry Department
            P.O. Box 2455, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
            Work Tel: 00966-4675900
           
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Animated to submit a proposal for Noble Prize in Chemistry 2003.
  •  Alexandria University Award for Science 1999 (In Chemistry).
  •  Prof. Abd El-Fatah Ismail Award (1980) for highest achieving student in Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Editorial Borad  Arckivoc  USA, Since 2004.
  •  Editorial Borad International Journal of Peptides, Since 2007.
  • 82 publications with 7 US Patent.
  • Total Citation of Publication 1260 (web of Science May 2008)
  • H-index 15 (SCOPUS RESULTS May 2008)
  •    28 years of bench research experience in Synthetic Organic, Peptide, Glycopeptide, Combinatorial Chemistry, drug design and Heterocyclic Chemistry.
  •  Hands-on skills in multi-step Organic Synthesis, Solid and Solution-Phase Organic and Peptide Synthesis, glove box.
  •  Proficient in NMR (1H, 13C), FT-IR, UV-VIS, HPLC, TLC, MALDI-TOF Voyager-DE MS, GC-MS, 9050 and ABI 433A peptide synthesizer, and Amino Acid Analysis.
EDUCATION
  • B. Sc., 1980. Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria University, Alexandria- Egypt.
  • M. Sc., 1985. Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria University, Alexandria-Egypt
Kinetic and Mechanism of the Action of Alkalis on Nitro Diphenylmethyl Thio-Compounds
  • Ph. D., 1991 Joint Supervision between University of Massachusetts, U. S. A. and University of Alexandria- Egypt
The 9-Fluorenylmethyl Function as a potential Amino-Protecting Group in Peptide Synthesis”US Patent.

SCHOLAESHIPS AND SABBATICALS
  • Research Assistant, University of Alexandria, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 1986-1989. Research Assistant, University of Alexandria, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 1989-1991Research Assistant, University of Massachusetts, Chemistry Department, Amherst, MA 01003, U. S. A.
  • 1992-1994. Post Doctoral Research Associate, University of Massachusetts, Chemistry Department, Amherst, MA 01003, U. S. A.
  • 07/1995-10/1995. Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts, Department of Chemistry, Amherst, MA 01003, U. S. A.
  • 1996-1998. Post Doctoral Research Associate, University of Massachusetts, Department of Chemistry, Amherst, MA 01003, U. S. A.
  • 07/1999-10/1999. Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts, Department of Chemistry, Amherst, MA 01003, U. S. A.
  • 2000- 2004. Chairman of the Chemistry Department, Beirut Arab University, Faculty of Science, Beirut, Lebanon.
  • 06/2006-09/2006 Visiting Professor, University of Barcelona, Department of Chemistry, Barcelona, Spain.
  • 06/2007-09/2007. Visiting Professor, University of Barcelona, Department of Chemistry, Barcelona, Spain.
  • 07/2008-09/2008. Visiting Professor, University of Barcelona, Department of Chemistry, Barcelona, Spain.
  • 2008- Now. Professor of Organic Chemistry, King Saud University, College of Science, Chemistry Department, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Professional Skills

  • Multi-step regio- and stereoselectve synthesis of peptides using a large variety of protecting groups, coupling reagents and additives in solution and solid phase techniques as well as microwave techniques, Drug design and synthesis of biologically active heterocyclic compounds .
  • Use of modern physical methods (1H, 13C, High Field NMR, MS. FT-IR, HPLC, GC-MS, UV, TLC, etc.) in the monitoring of chemical reactions, purification and characterization of products, mechanistic approach of organic reactions using physical methods (NMR, IR, UV, HLPC) by isolation and characterization of some intermediates
  • Working from laboratory to pilot-plant scales with air/moisture sensitive, inflammable and poison reagents at normal-/or under vacuum.
  • Very good experiences in dealing with computer, and new teaching programs and molecular modeling.
TEACHING EXPERIENCES
  • 2008 - now, Professor in Organic Chemistry, King Saud University, College of Science, Chemistry Department, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
  • 2004 - 2008, Professor in Organic Chemistry and Peptides, University of Alexandria, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 2000–2004, Professor in Organic Chemistry and Peptides, Beirut Arab University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Beirut, Lebanon.
  • 1996-2000, Associate Professor in Organic Chemistry and Peptides, University of Alexandria, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 1991-1996, Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry, Alexandria University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 1985-1991, Assistant Lecturer in Physical Organic Chemistry, Alexandria University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria-Egypt.
  • 1980-1985, Demonstrator in Chemistry, Alexandria University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Alexandria-Egypt.
Teaching Courses Experiences:
            Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students:
Organic Chemistry- Chemistry of Natural Products- Heterocyclic Chemistry- Carbohydrates - Applied Organic Chemistry- Special Topics in Organic Chemistry- Spectroscopic Identification of Organic Compounds- Amino Acids, Peptides, Proteins and Nucleic Acid- Physical Organic Chemistry, Organic Reaction Mechanism- Chemotherapy, Medicinal Chemistry - Organic preparations and Separation of Organic Compounds. Advanced Organic Chemistry- Advanced Physical Organic Chemistry, Combinatorial Chemistry, Organic Synthesis. Polymer and Petrochemical Industries.
Supervised Thesis
Supervised for 3 Ph.D thesis and 10 MSc. Thesis
Funded Projects
  • 2003-2004, Conseil National De La Recherche Scientifique, Lebanon(CNRS) “ Design and Synthesis of Novel Coupling Regeants Used in Synthesis of Biological Active Peptides” 
  • 2003-2006, Beirut Arab University Collaboration with Dubai “Bioremediation of Industrial Waste Water by Marine Algae”
  • 2008- Now , Agencia Espanola De Cooperacion Internacional (AECI) “Reactivos Para La Sintesis De Peptidos Con Actividad Terapeutica
Other Community - University Activities:
  • Member of the Technology Transfer Office at King Saud University.
  • Direct Manager of the Central Lab. Unit and NMR lab, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University "Consulting Advices - Analytical performances - IR, UV-VIS, EA, GC-MS, HPLC and NMR Spectroscopy "2004-2008”.
  • Direct Manager of the Central Lab. Unit, Embark City for Applied Research and Technology, Borg Al Arab, Alexandria ¨2006-2008”.
  • Direct Manager of the Central Lab. Unit, Beirut Arab University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Department, Lebanon "Consulting Advices - Analytical performances - IR, UV-VIS, EA, GC-MS, HPLC and NMR Spectroscopy  " 2000-2004.
  • Member of the organizing committee for international contacts "The 7 th
  • Ibn Sina International Conference on pure and applied heterocyclic Chemistry" (7 th
  • ISCHC), 25-28 th March 2000, Alexandria, EGYPT.
  • Faculty of Science Alumni Association – Alexandria University, Member "Consulting Advices - Analytical performances"
  • Member of the organizing committee for outstanding teaching Program.
  • Head of different groups of the student union activities over about 20 years organizing and sharing the student union activities "Summer Camps, General lectures and Social activities".
AFFILIATIONS                   
  • American Peptide Society.
  • The Arab Society of Material Science.
  • The Egyptian Heterocyclic Society.
  • Faculty of Science Alumni Association.
  • Editorial Board Referee for ARKIVOC (USA) journal. www.Arkivoc.com
  • Editorial Board Referee for International Journal of Peptide. www.hindawi.com/journals/

Research experience

 
  • Sep 2008–present
    Professor (Full)
    King Saud University · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    Saudi Arabia · Riyadh
  • Sep 2008–Sep 2015 
    Professor
    University of Massachusetts Amherst · Department of Chemistry
    United States · Amherst Center
  • Sep 2008–present 
    Professor (Full)
    King Saud University · Center of Excellence in Information Assurance · Peptide synthesis
    Saudi Arabia · Riyadh
    Solution and solid phase peptide synthesis, Coupling reagent in Peptide synthesis, synthesis of biologically active heterocyclic compounds , green chemistry
  • Aug 2008–present 
    Professor (Full)
    King Saud University · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    Saudi Arabia · Riyadh
  • Aug 2008–present 
    Professor (Full)
    King Saud University · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    Saudi Arabia · Riyadh
  • Jun 2006–present 
    visiting professor
    IRB Barcelona Institute for Research in Biomedicine · Group of Design, synthesis and structure of peptides and proteins · Peptide synthesis
    Spain · Barcelona
  • Jun 2006–present 
    visiting professor
    University of Barcelona · Biomedical Research Centre Esther Koplowitz · Peptide synthesis
    Spain · Barcelona
  • Sep 2000–Aug 2004 
    Head of Department
    Beirut Arab University · Department of Chemistry
    Lebanon · Beirut
  • Sep 1992–Sep 1999 
    PostDoc Position
    University of Massachusetts Amherst · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    United States · Amherst Center
  • Oct 1980–present 
    Professor (Full)
    Alexandria University · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    Egypt · Alexandria
    Synthesis and characterization of bio-active materials, peptide synthesis in solution and solid phase synthesis. green chemistry
  • Oct 1980–present 
    Professor (Full)
    Alexandria University · Department of Chemistry · Peptide synthesis
    Egypt · Alexandria
    solution and solid phase Peptide synthesis and bioactive materials, green chemsitry
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