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Asso. Prof. Mohammed Nader Shalaby
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Sports Health Department, Faculty of Physical Education, Suez Canal University,Egypt
Dr. Mohammed Nader Shalaby is an Associate Professor of Biological Science and Sports Health Department At Suez Canal University. obtained a Bachelor of Physical Education in Sports Science at Suez Canal University, Egypt, and a Master of Sports Health Science at Tanta University, Egypt. Ph.D. Degree With Honors In Pathobiology and Physiology, Norman Bethune College of Medicine, Jilin University, China. Holds The Best Two Papers Scientific Award " Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports Award " at the International Scientific Conference "Innovation Sports "2014, Also he Recipient of Award For Best Research Award, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports "at The International Scientific Conference" Nanotechnology And The Future of Sports Arabic 2013. Also Holds The Best Research Scientific Award " Drassa Award For Sports Science" 2016. Member of the International Council for sports science, Member of the Association of pioneer physical education Arabic ASPA •Member of the academic Association for physical education and Sport Science, Also Scholars Council member of Egypt, Member of the World Council for Mathematical Sciences, Member of the Association of Arab pioneers of Physical Education ASPA, Member of the Association of Arab academics of Physical Education and Sports Science Lecturer Syndicate athletes, Member of the liberation of Sinai Journal of Sports Science Commission, Member of the Egyptian Physiological Society, Member of the International Society for Biological Sciences and Applications. •Director Public the organization Swedish Science Sports SIOSS in Egyptian Universities. Also Reviewer in more than 100 international scientific journals.
Research Interest :
Biology, Physiology, Nutrition, Nanotechnology, Sports Medicine, Sports Sciences, Pathology, Health care, gene, Exercise Physiology, Health Science, Pathobiology, Public Health