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Dr. Adel Mohamed MD Department Head, Anatomy & Cell Biology

About Dr. Adel Mohamed

Associate Professor, Anatomy and Cell Biology

 

MD., 1986.
American Board Qualified in Anatomical and Clinical Pathology 1994.
Cytopathology Fellowship, 1994.
Anatomy Fellowship, 1997.
ECFMG and LMCC certificates.
M.Ed. 2015

Research Interests

My research involves a) looking at the effect of enzyme inducers on experimental allergic encephalomyelitis using Lewis rat as Multiple Sclerosis animal model, b) Medical education – Medical and Dental Anatomy curriculum designing and c) the study of steroid effect on animal models different organs (mainly kidneys and reproductive organs)

Memberships

Canadian Medical Association
Saskatchewan Medical Association
American Association for the clinical Anatomists
American Association of Anatomists
Canadian Association of Neurobiology and Anatomy


Honours and Awards

Name of the Award 

Year

Body conferring the award

Received Teaching Excellence Award

1998/1999

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Received Dr. Munkacsi Memorial Award for Excellence in Pre-clinical Teaching

1999/2000

College of Medicine Student Medical Society

Chosen as one of the 10 Popular Professor

April 2000

MacLean’s Guide to Canadian Universities

Received College of Medicine Excellence in Teaching Award

2000/2001

College of Medicine (Dean of Medicine)

Received Dr. Munkacsi Memorial Award for Excellence in Pre-clinical Teaching

2003

College of Medicine Student Medical Society

 

Received Teaching Award in Pathology

May 2003

University of Health Science Antigua, W-Indies

Chosen as one of the 10 Popular Professor

April 2004

MacLean’s Guide to Canadian Universities

Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award

2000/2001

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award

2001/2002

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award

2002/2003

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Nominated for Master Teacher Award

2002/2003

University of Saskatchewan

Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award

2003/2004

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Nominated for Master Teacher Award

2003/2004

University of Saskatchewan

Nominated for Master Teacher Award

2004/2005

University of Saskatchewan

Nominated for Master Teacher Award

2008/2009

University of Saskatchewan

Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award

2010/2011

University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union

Teaching Innovations

Date  Course Name/Number  Nature of Innovation
2000-2004        Anatomy dissection lab series Author and producer of 33 Videotapes and CDs
2001 Atlas of Human Osteology Book (Main Author)
2004 Atlas of Human Osteology and Radiology     Book (Co Author)

Selected Publications

PAPERS PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS:

 

2017

1)      Banigesh A., Senanayake V., Wu L., Juurlink B.H.J., Tucci M. and Mohamed A. A dietary phase 2 enzyme inducer in an animal Model of essential hypertension. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2017; 18-23.

2)      Michelle Tucci, Kenneth Butler, Adel Mohamed, Zelma Cason, Jamil Ibrahim, Robert McGuire, and Hamed Benghuzzi. The tissue implant response surrounding TCPL Implants containing estrogen. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2017; 384-389.

3)      Ali Banigesh, Ramlah Iqbal, Adam Murabit, Kaushik Desai and Adel Mohamed. Sulforaphane, a dietary component of broccoli sprouts attenuates hypertension and maintains renal structure on SHRsp rats. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Science, Vol 62, April 2017, Supplemental Issue 1, pp 238-286.

2016

4)      M. Tucci, K. Butler, I. Farah, A. Mohamed, Z. Cason, J. Ibrahim, R. McGuire, and H. Benghuzzi. The Tissue Implant Response Surrounding TCP Implants Containing Demineralized Bone Matrix Proteins. ©ISA 2016 9781941546833/2016. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BySV6DFaD0YTQzlHWVo1YzV1Tzg

2015

5)      Tucci MA1, Benghuzzi HA, Wilson GA, Mohamed A, Cason Z, Hamadain E, Cameron JA, McGuire R.  Sustained Release of Demineralized Bone Matrix Protein in Osteoporotic Rats.  Biomed Sci Instrum.; 51:135-42.

6)      Sheikh AA, Mohamed A.  Ependymal Proliferation: A Conduit for Tricking the Central Nervous System into Bioengineering Itself.  Biomed Sci Instrum; 51:309-14

2014

7)      Aly AR1, Rajasekaran S, Mohamed A, Beavis C, Obaid H. Feasibility of ultrasound-guided percutaneous tenotomy of the long head of the biceps tendon-A pilot cadaveric study. J Clin Ultrasound. 2014 Jun 25.

2013

8)      A Murabit, M Gnarra, Mohamed A. Reversed palmaris longus muscle: Anatomical variant – case report and literature review. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2013, Volume 21 Issue 1: 55- 56.

9)      Mohamed A, Wilson G, Johnson W, Tucci M, Cameron JA, Cason Z, Benghuzzi H. The effects of sustained delivery of corticosterone on the adrenal gland of male and female rats - biomed 2013. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2013; 49:94-100.

10)  Benghuzzi H, Wilson G, White J, Cason Z, Mohamed A, Cameron JA, Tucci M. The effects of sustained delivery of estrogen and demineralized bone matrix proteins on bone in ovariectomized female rats - biomed 2013. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2013; 49:85-93.

2012

11)  Mohamed A, Yunus M. Therapeutic effect of phase II enzyme inducers in experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE). Biomed Sci Instrum. 2012; 48:296-302.

12)  Benghuzzi H, Mohamed A, Aneja A, Cameron JA, Tucci M. The effects of sustained delivery of alendronate on the kidney in ovariectomized female rats. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2012; 48:35-42.

2011

13)  H. Benghuzzi1, Z. Cason1, M. Tucci1, J. A. Cameron, and A. Mohamed. Evaluation of the Estrous Cycle and Ovarian Function Following Sustained Delivery of Corticosteroid via TCPL Delivery. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2011; 47:189-94.

14)  Tucci M, Woodall J Jr, Ibrahim J, Mohamed A, Benghuzzi H. Defining the role of adenosine and glucocorticoids in down regulation of the inflammatory response associated with LPS activated macrophages - Biomed Sci Instrum. 2011; 47:207-12.

2010

15)  W.P. McKay, T. Rosser, S. Kriegler and A. Mohamed. Epidural loss of resistance biomechanics; an open pilot cadaver study.  Local and Regional Anaesthesia, 2010, 3:101-107.

16)  Spate S., Ramadan H., Mohamed A, Interleukins (IL-7 and IL-7r) gene expression and Thymoquinone role in the amelioration of EAE symptoms. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 2010, 46:185-190

2009

17)  Mohamed A, Waris HM, Ramadan H, Quereshi M, Kalra J. Amelioration of chronic relapsing experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (cr-eae) using Thymoquinone. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 45:274-9

2008

18)  A. Ragheb, F. Elbarbry, K. Prassad, A. Mohamed, M. Ahmad, A. Shoker. Attention of the development of hypercholesterolemia atherosclerosis by Thymoquinone. Int J Angiol 2008:17 (4):186-192

19)  J. Eckstein and A. Mohamed. Collagen content contributes to arterial narrowing in human atherosclerotic plaques. Biomedical Science Instrumentation, 44: 495-500.

20)  A. Mohamed, S. Worobec and E. Schultke. Assessment of Rat Optic Nerve Damage Due to Microbeam Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Glioblastomas. Biomedical Science Instrumentation, 44: 501-506

2007

21)  Benghuzzi H., Mohamed A., The effects of androstenedione on renal tubule epithelial cells. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 43:63-68. 

2006

22)  Adel Mohamed, Paul Reid, Larry Raymond and Tarek Dufan. Amelioration of acute and relapsing stages of Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis by Cobra Toxins. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 42:399-404.

23)  Adel Mohamed, Mohammed Yunus, Elgenaid Hamadain and H. Benghuzzi. Possible role of Ependymal proliferation in improving Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis in Lewis Rats. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 42:405-409

24)  Marylyn May, Hamed Benghuzzi, Michelle Tucci, Adel Mohamed, Mary Tan and Anne Norwood. The role of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Thymoquinone on the viability and proliferation of HTB-93 Rheumatoid Arthritis cell model. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 42:338-343.

2005

25)  Tucci M, Freeland A, Mohamed A, Benghuzzi H. The role of proteoglycans in idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 41:141-6.

26)  Mohamed A, Afridi DM, Garani O, Tucci M. Thymoquinone inhibits the activation of NF-kappa B in the brain and spinal cord of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Biomedical Science Instrumentation;41:388-93

27)  El-Gouhary I, Mohamed A, Suleiman S, and Benghuzzi H. Comparison of the amelioration effects of two enzyme inducers on the inflammatory process of experimental allergic encephalitis (EAE) using immunohistochemical technique. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 41:376-81.

2004

28)  Mohamed A, Tarhuni H, Dufan T, Benghuzzi H, Tucci M.   The use of digital technology to assess the severity of the Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis (EAE) spinal cord lesion. Biomed Sci Instrum; 40:419-23.

 

2003

29)  A. Mohamed and A. Shoker, F. Bendjelloul F, A. Mare, M. Alzrigh H. Benghuzzi and Desin T.  Improvement of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE) by Thymoquinone; an oxidative stress inhibitor. Biomedical Science Instrumental; 39:440-5.

30)  A. Mohamed and H. Benghuzzi.   The use of digital imaging technology to assess the pathogenesis of coronary atherosclerosis: the role of elastin. Biomedical Science Instrumental; 39:428-33

2002

31)  Mohamed, J. G. Avila, E. Schultke, H. Kamencic, V. Skihar and O. Obayan and B.H.J. Juurlink.  Amelioration of Experimental Allergic Encephalitis (EAE) through phase-2 enzyme induction. Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 2, 38: 9-13.

2000

32)  Mohamed and Hamed Benghuzzi.  Morphological investigation of the rat after continuous administration of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, or dehydroepiandrosterone using TPL delivery devices.  Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 36: 361-366.

1998

33)  M.A. Tucci, R. Baker, A. Mohamed, A. Tsao and J. Hughes.  Synovial tissues collected from rheumatoid patients undergoing total joint arthroplasty express markers for acute inflammation.  Biomedical Science Instrumentation; 34: 169-174.

1997

34)  M.M.M. Hayes, J.P. Matisic, C.J. Chen, A. Mohamed, G.H. Anderson, J.C. LeRiche and R. Amy.  Cytological aspects of uterine cervical adenocarcinoma, adenosquamous carcinoma and combined adenocarcinoma-squamous carcinoma: Appraisal of diagnostic criteria for in situ versus invasive lesions.  Cytopathology; (6):397-408.

1997

35)  M. Varnado, M. Tucci, A. Mohamed, Z. Cason and H. Benghuzzi.  Germinal cell alterations associated with sustained delivery of Testosterone Enthane in Adult Male Rats; Biomedical Science Instrumentation; Vol. 33: 161-165.

1996

36)  M. Callender, H. Benghuzzi, M. Tucci, A. Mohamed, Z. Cason, L. Lemos and Audrey Tsao.  Immunochemical and histopathological evaluation associated with sustained delivery of 5-alpha androstenedione using adult rats as a model.  Instrumentation Systems and Automation Society; 96: 55-62.

 

 

PAPERS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS:

 

2014

37)  Hamed Benghuzzi, Michelle Tucci, Adel Mohamed, and Joseph A. Cameron. Induction of interleukin-6 upon the sustained delivery of Danazol using adult rats as a model. 30th Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference. April 10-12, 2014. Gulfport, MS

2014

38)  H. Ramadan, K. Grohn and A. Mohamed. A selection of transgenic animal model used in biomedical research. Libyan J Pharm & Clin Pharmacology.

http://dx.doi.org/10.5542/LJPCP.v3i0.693541

2006

39)  Rasheed Bani Hammad, Adel Mohamed. Unilateral Four-Headed Pectoralis Muscle Major. McGill Journal of Medicine. 2006, 9:28-30

2004

40)  M. Allouh, A. Mohamed A. Mhanni E. Complete absence of Trapezius muscle. McGill Journal of Medicine. 2004,  8:1:31-33