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Dr. Taha Abdul-Azim Mohammad Abdul Razek

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Personal Information

Name: Taha Abdul-Azim Mohammad Abdul Razek

Nationality: Egyptian

Education

1.             1999: Ph. D. Environmental Basic Sciences/ Analytical chemistry, Ain Shams University/The university of IowaUSA (Channel system).

Thesis: Environmental Assessment of Some Pollutants in the Effluents of Some Industries and Proposal for Treatment.

2.             1991: M. Sc. Environmental Basic Sciences/ Analytical chemistry, Instiute of Environmental Studies and Research, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt.

Thesis: Environmental Impact of Industrial Area Mostorod on the Concentration of Some Elements in Water/Soil and Plant.

3.             1980: B. Sc. Biochemistry/Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt.

Employment History

Current: Lecturer of Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Basic Sciences Department, Institute of Environmental Studies and Research, Ain Shams University

Dec. 1993 - Aug. 1999: Assistant lecturer, Environmental Basic Sciences Department, Institute of Environmental Studies and Research (IESR), Ain Shams University.

Jan. 1996 - April 1998: Research assistant, Chemistry Department Arnold’s group, The University of Iowa, Iowa city, 52242, IA, USA.

Nov. 1983-Dec. 1993: Analytical Chemist (industrial field), Chemistry Administration, Ministry of Industry

March 1983-Aug. 1983: Quality Control Chemist (Electroplating and Powder coatings), El-Ahram Factory for Metals

Nov. 1982-March 1983: Quality Control Chemist (Paints and Printing inks), Paints and Chemical Industries

March 1981-Nov. 1982 : Analytical Chemist, Egyptian Railways, Ministry of Transportation

Teaching Experience

Ain Shams University: (postgraduate students)

·                     Environmental Analytical Chemistry

·                     Waste Treatment

·                     Environmental Pollution (Air, Water and soil )

·                     Instrumental Analysis

·                     Biodiversity

·                     Environmental Impact Assessment

·                     Tailored lectures in Environmental Chemistry for non-science postgraduate students

El-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya: (Undergraduate students)

General Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry (Faculty of Science and Faculty of Agriculture)

Research Interest and Work Experience

·         Monitoring Environmental Pollution (air, water, soil, biota, and wastes)

·         Analytical Chemistry (novel and conventional)

·       Waste treatment (air, and solid).

·       Waste utilization

·       Removal and recovery of resources from industrial effluents

·       Wastewater characterization and treatment of dyeing, pharmaceutical, electroplating industries, and navigational and recreational activities

·       Environmental Impact Assessment

·       Environmental resources (Phytochemicals)

International Conferences Attended

·       Pittsburgh conference on analytical chemistry and Spectroscopy, Chicago, IL, 1996.

·        Pittsburgh conference on analytical chemistry and Spectroscopy, Atlanta, GA, 1997

·       The 2nd International Conference on Chemistry and its application, Al-Daoha Qatar, Dec. 2003.

·       The 3rd Saudi conference, El-Riyadh, KSA, 10-13 March 2007.

Technical reports:

The Impact of sulfur Tanker spillage in River Nile at Beni Suef, 2001.

Consultations and Services

Tropical Medicine Research Institute, Khartoum, Sudan September 16-21, 2006: Assigned to teach in the workshop titled “Molecular entomology: Principles and application of Molecular and enzymatic markers as taxonomic tools for identification of insect vectors” to train researchers on molecular identification of sand flies.

Onsite Training of Fellows from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO): The use of GIS in monitoring and prediction of vector borne Diseases.  April 3, 2006 – July 26, 2006 & December 1, 2006 – Feb 9, 2007.

WHO (World Health Organization) Temporary Advisor

Damascus, Syria, August23rd – 31st 2003:  Assigned to train the Ministry of Health government staff on collection and identification of sand fly vectors of leishmaniasis.

1990-1993: Professional Consultant, Medical Zoology Branch, NAMRU3, Cairo, Egypt.

1987-1990: Guest Investigator, Medical Zoology Branch, US Naval

Medical Research Unit (NAMRU3), Cairo, Egypt.

Workshops, Seminars and Courses Attended

·       Environmental Management Program.  Course given at the International Management Institute.  Graduate School of Public and International affairs.  University of Pittsburgh May 17- June 24, (1995).

·       Multimedia Computer Resources in Teaching Biological Sciences Workshop.  A UNESCO/ UNITWIN Network activity in the Middle East and Some African States, October10- October 12, (1994).

·       Molecular Biology and Tropical Diseases.  Course given at Smith College Massachusetts, USA August 8- August 21, (1993).

·       Biomedical Writing Skills.  Course held jointly between RTC and Harvard University, June 15- July 7, (1986).

·       Biosafety Principles and Practices.  Course held jointly between RTC and the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institute of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Maryland, USA, January 18- January 23, (1986).

Publications

1- Fawzia A. Fahim; Amin M. A. Abdallah and Taha A .M. Abdel Razek (1995). “Flow and accumulation of pollutants in an agro-industrial ecosystem”.  Journal of African Earth Sciences, 20, 295-301.  

2- Taha M. A. Razek; Scott Spear; Saad S. M. Hassan and Mark A. Arnold  (1999)Selective measurement of chromium (VI) by fluorescence quenching of ruthenium, Talanta, 48, 269-275.

3- Taha M. A. Razek; Michael J. Miller; Saad S. M. Hassan and Mark A. Arnold (1999). “Optical sensor for sulfur dioxide based on fluorescence quenching, Talanta, 50, 491-498.

4- Hesham I. El-Kassas and Taha M. A. Razek (2001) “Environmental impacts of industrial activities on the environment of ezbet abo senna (qalioub, el-qalioubia governorate, Egypt)” J. Egypt. Soc. Toxicol., 25, 77-82.

5- Ashraf M. I. Refaat; M. N. Farid; and Taha M. A. Razek (2003) Control of environmental impacts of oil industry”, J Env. Sci., 6, 4, 1227-1242.

6- R. R. Ayoub; T. N. Morcos; H. F. Ghoneimy; E. A. Saad; and Taha M. A. Razek (2004)Structural features and capacity of hydrous titanium oxides as ion exchangers”, J Env. Sci., 8 (4),June, 1089-1109.

7- Rashwan M. Farag; Shadia A. Fathy; Taha M. A. Razek and Mohamed F. Tash (2004) “Environmental Impacts on workers in natural gas and gasoline refilling stations”, J Env. Sci., 9 (1), Dec., 61-85.

8- M. H. Ragab; Ibrahim Nassar and Taha M. A. Razek (2004) “The economic evaluation of the environmental influences of nitrogenous fertilizer industry on work environment”, J Env. Sci., 9 (1), Dec., 291-307.

9- M. Abu Shady, A. M. Ahmed, Taha M. A. Razek, Mohamed A. Borhan, and Eman A. Diab (2004)Biodegradation of poly aromatic hydrocarbons PAHs by certain locally isolated bacteria”, J Env. Sci., 9 (1), Dec., 17-35.

10- M. F. El-Shahat; Olfat D. Elsebaie; Taha M. A. Razek and Nabil M. Abdallah, (2005) “Drinking water quality produced from conventional and non-conventional plants reference  to THMs, TOC, DOC, Turbidity, algae and aluminium”, J Env. Sci., 10 (1), June, 45-67.

11- M. Y. El-Kadi; E. M. Abdallah; Taha M. A. Razek and M. M. El-Haloty (2005) “Determination of aluminum concentration in drinking water and industrial waste water in greater Cairo”, J Env. Sci., 10 (1), June, 29-43.  

12- Abdel-Shafi, A. A.; Abdel-Razek, T. M. and Fadel, K. F. (2005) “Spectrofluorimetric determination of iron (III) in industrial effluents based on fluorescence quenching of 1-naphthol-2-sulfonate”, J Env. Sci. 10 (3), June, 851-865.

13- Abdul-Razek, T. A. M.; Ewais, E. M. M.; Abdel-Ghani, E. Y. and Abo-El-Enein, S. A. (2005) “Preparation and characterization of refractory cement using some alumina-rich wastes ”, J Env. Sci. 10 (3), June, 815-830.

14- Al-Nowaihi, A. M.; Osman, A. M. A.; A. Razek, T. A. M. and El-Lamey, T. M. (2005) “Effect of some ecological factors on the chemical compounds in some xerophytes for enhancing their use”, J Env. Sci. 10 (2), June, 373-396.

15- Abdel-Kader, Z. M.; Saddik, M. F.; Darwish, A. H.; Abdel-Razek, T. A. M. and Elsayed, H. H. (2005) “Activity of caffeic acid as an antioxidant against liver injury induced by 1,2-dichloroethane in rats”, J Env. Sci. 10 (3), June, 867-881.

16- A. G. Abulnour, T. M. A. Razek, H. F. Shaalan, H., A. N. Hassan, and S. S. Ali (2005) Factors affecting the removal of phenol from simulated wastewater by acclimatized activated sludge, J. Env. Science, 11, 2, 41-53.

17-El-Kassas, H. I.; El-Zemaity, M. S.; M. A. Razek, T.; and Metwally, K. R. A. (2005)  Adsorption of nickel (II) from aqueous solutions onto plant waste-based biomass, J. Env. Science, 11, 3, 87-100.  

18- Ali M. El-Mobaidh; Taha M. A. Razek and  Nivan K. Lasheen (2006) Classification of in-flight catering wastes in Egypt Air flights and its potential as energy source (Chemical Approach)”, Waste Management, 26, 587-591.

19- Sherif M. A. Keshk, Taha M. A. Razek and Kazuhiko Sameshima (2006) Production of bacterial cellulose from beet molasses, African J Biotechnol., 5, 17, 1519-1523.

20- H. I. El-Kassas, T. M. A. Razek, and M. N. Farid (2006) Water Reclamation Using Duckweed Rhizofiltration, J. Engin. And Appl. Science, 53, 4, 447-462.

21- Ewais, E. M.; Abo El-Enein, S. A.; M. A. Razek, T. and Ali, M. W. (2006) Utilization of water treatment plant’s sludge in the manufacture of insulating refractories, J. Env. Science, 12, 3, 27-39.

22- Basyoni, M. N.; M. A. Razek, T.; Mostafa, Y. M. and Farag, A. A. (2006) An environmentally oriented field study valuing restored used engine oils  ratio in transportation company and service stations, J. Env. Science, 12, 3, 277-295.

23- R. I. El-Baqary, Taha M. A. Razek, A. E. Ramadan, (2007) Chlorodesmethyldiazepam fluorimetric detrermination in pharmaceutical formulations and in aqueous media, Analytical letters, 40, 2295-2300.

24- Taha M. A. Razek and Khaled R. A. Metwally, (2007).  Chromium (VI) biosorption from aqueous solutions using plant based biomass solid wastes, 3rd Saudi conference for science, El-Riyadh, KSA, March 10-13, 2007.

25- Taha M. A. Razek, R. I. El-Baqary, A. E. Ramadan, (2007) Fluorimetric determination of gatifloxacin in aqueous, pure and pharmaceutical formulations, Analytical letters, accepted.

References:

Prof. Dr. Mark A. Arnold, Chemistry Department, The University of Iowa, Iowa city, IA 52242, mark- This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Prof. Dr. Saad S. M. Hassan, D. Sc., Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Prof. Dr. Salah A. Abo-Elenein, D. Sc., Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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