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Prof. Hala El-bassyouni

Prof. of Clinical Genetics
Clinical Genetics Department, National Research Centre
El-Tahreer Street

Brief Biography:

Dr. Hala T. El-Bassyouni is a Prof. of Clinical Genetics, Division of Human Genetics and Genome Research, National Research in Cairo. Ph.D. in Genetics from Ain Shams University. Master degree of Pediatrics from Cairo University. Bachelor of medicine from Cairo University. She is specialized in Clinical Genetic diseases especially Familial Mediterranean Fever, inborn errors of metabolism specially Peroxisomal disorders and Mitochondrial disorders. She worked as a researcher in the biochemical department, Gent University, Belgium during 1993. Attended and participated in several international conferences, and she is the member of the European society of Human Genetics. She supervised 19 thesis submitted for M.Sc and Ph.D. Participated in 19 projects on Human Genetics. She published 42 International publications in different fields of Genetics. She Co-authored 3 books entitled "An Easy Approach to Genetic Diagnosis", " Hypertension in Obese Adolescents: Role of Abdominal Adiposity” and" Idiopathic Intellectual Disability and Dermatoglyphic Abnormalities”. She is a reviewer of international Journals: Journal of Pediatric Genetics, journal of Austin Biomarkers and Diagnosis and Journal of Medical Genomics and Biomarkers (MGB). Received the award of the Academic Excellence in National Research Centre and the award of research acheivements for the years 2013 and 2014. Also, she is teaching Lectures "Introduction to Genetics" to second and third year students –Undergraduates- in Biotechnology Department, Helwan University, Egypt 2014-2017.

Academic positions:

Prof. of Clinical Genetics, Clinical Genetics Department, Human Genetics and Genome Research Division, National Research Center, Egypt

Research interests:

Clinical Genetics, Familial Mediterranean Fever, Inborn errors of metabolism

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