Beni-Suef Uinersity, Egypt
Early Academic Pursuits:
Professor Shawky M Aboelhadid began his academic journey with a focus on veterinary medicine, specializing in areas such as Helminthology, Arthropodoa, Protozoology, and immunoparasitology. His teaching activities extended to veterinary colleges in Beni-Suef and Elminya, where he shared his expertise in laboratory techniques, modern trends in parasites control, and fish parasites. Additionally, he played a crucial role in instructing medical parasitology for students in the Health Technical Institute under the Ministry of Health in Beni-Suef Province.
Throughout his career, Professor His engaged in various scientific and administrative roles. Notably, he served as the head of the Parasitology department, the manager of the funding unit, and the head of the central laboratory in the faculty. His managerial responsibilities extended to the oversight of scientific instruments and infrastructure in the faculty. He also contributed to the preparation and renewal of postgraduate rules.
Contributions and Research Focus:
His research activities centered around drug discovery, drug resistance, immunoparasitology, parasites' pathogenicity, and parasitic diseases diagnosis. His dedication to advancing knowledge is evident in his role as a project funding manager in the university and his involvement in the strategic planning team. Notably, he obtained grants from Beni-Suef University's Research Center and received the Award of Scientific Excellence in 2012.
Accolades and Recognition:
His contributions to the field have earned him recognition, including grants and awards. His role as a reviewer for international journals and membership in scientific societies, such as the Egyptian Society of Veterinary Parasitology and the Society of Egyptian Parasitologists, further attest to his standing in the scientific community.
Impact and Influence:
Beyond his individual research, His made a substantial impact on the academic community by teaching and mentoring postgraduate students. His involvement in conferences, both as a presenter and attendee, showcases his commitment to staying updated on global scientific advancements.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
His legacy lies in his multifaceted contributions to academia, research, and administration. His diverse skills, from laboratory techniques to leadership, demonstrate a holistic approach to scientific endeavors. Looking forward, his continuous involvement in conferences, training courses, and strategic planning positions him to make lasting contributions to the field of veterinary parasitology and beyond.
Trials for the control of trichodinosis and gyrodactylosis in hatchery reared Oreochromis niloticus fries by using garlic
MAA Abd El-Galil, SM Aboelhadid
71 - 2012
Epidemiology and public health significance of Cryptosporidium isolated from cattle, buffaloes, and humans in Egypt
MA Ibrahim, AE Abdel-Ghany, GK Abdel-Latef, SA Abdel-Aziz, ...
68 - 2016
In vitro activity of natural and chemical products on sporulation of Eimeria species oocysts of chickens
SM Gadelhaq, WM Arafa, SM Abolhadid
58 - 2018
Effect of Allium sativum and Allium cepa oils on different stages of Boophilus annulatus
SM Aboelhadid, AA Kamel, WM Arafa, KA Shokier
47 - 2013
Prevalence of zoonotic and other gastrointestinal parasites in police and house dogs in Alexandria, Egypt
WM Ahmed, WM Mousa, SM Aboelhadid, MM Tawfik
42 - 2014
Efficacy of five anthelmintics against a natural Fasciola species infection in cattle
KM Shokier, SM Aboelhadid, MA Waleed
41 - 2013
Molecular characterization of Echinococcus granulosus in Egyptian donkeys
SM Aboelhadid, KM El-Dakhly, T Yanai, H Fukushi, KM Hassanin
40 - 2013
In vitro and in vivo effect of Citrus limon essential oil against sarcoptic mange in rabbits
SM Aboelhadid, LN Mahrous, SA Hashem, EM Abdel-Kafy, RJ Miller
39 - 2016
Molecular detection of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) annulatus resistance against deltamethrin in middle Egypt
SM Aboelhadid, WM Arafa, LN Mahrous, MM Fahmy, AA Kamel
35 - 2018
Investigation of pre-and post-weaning mortalities in rabbits bred in Egypt, with reference to parasitic and bacterial causes
S El-Ashram, SM Aboelhadid, ESM Abdel-Kafy, SA Hashem, LN Mahrous, ...