Dr. Hisham Ibrahim is an assistant professor in the Medical Laboratory Analysis Department at the Medical and health Sciences faculty, with a tenure exceeding two decades in the realm of higher education institutions. He has acquired extensive experience and expertise across various domains, including teaching, administration, and faculty development. Throughout his career, he has assumed diverse roles in many positions such as internal audit and course coordinator in many programs.
Dr. Hisham Ibrahim brings a wealth of experience in teaching and administrative leadership within the higher education sector. His involvement in numerous meetings, seminars, conferences, and workshops has significantly enriched his pedagogical repertoire, resulting in enhanced teaching methods, skills, and overall knowledge.
Beyond his instructional pursuits. He actively participates in curriculum and syllabi development, while also serving on esteemed committees such as the accreditation committee, reaccreditation and examination committees, student excuses committee, and others.
Dr. Hisham has a record of publications in prestigious journals and conferences. His research expertise spans across multiple fields including Iron overload and pregnancy outcome, Aluminum-induced anemia, Design formulation and evaluation of Senna Effervescent tablets, Possible uses of Solenostemma argel and Moringa oleifera in anemia treatment, Evaluation of chemotherapy and radiotherapy on thyroid gland in cancer patients, Effects of smoking cigarette on kidney function, Assessment of acute toxicity and LD50, Anti-malarial activity of Khaya Senegalensis, Effect of ethanolic extraction of fresh Zingiber Officinale against some microorganism’s activities, Novel treatment for constipation by sesame seeds, and others.