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Academic Level
Post-Doc
Position
Other
Working Sector
Research Institute
Highest Degree
Ph. D.
Discipline
Life Sciences: Microbiology
Publications

Publications:
1. Moussa, Z. (2003): Some Genetic studies on Ralstonia solanacerum causing brown rot disease of Potato. M.Sc. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt.
2. Moussa, Z. (2006): Studies on biological control of brown rot disease of Potato. Ph.D. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science at Dameitta, Mansoura University, Egypt.
3. El-Didamony, G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2003): Morphology and host range of phages active against Ralstonia solanacearum caused brown rot disease of potato in Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Biotechnology. 13: 114 – 129.
4. El-Didamony; G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sadik, A.S.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2004): Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of Ralstonia solanacearum and its phages. Egyptian Journal of Microbiology. 40, 51 – 64.
5. El-Fallal, A.A. and Moussa, Z. (2008): Prospects for biocontrol of brown rot disease of potato in vitro and under greenhouse conditions. Plant Patholology Journal 7, 1: 54 – 64.
Manuscripts in Preparation:
1. Moussa, Z.; El-Didamony, G.; Ismail, A. A.A.: Growth, chemical and physical characterization of three phages active against avirulent strain of Ralstonia solanacearum.
2. Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M., Ismail; A. E. A.: Use of phage cocktail isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato.
3. Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M., Ismail; A. E. A.: Use of actinomycetes isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato.

Research Tags
Microbiology - Biotechnology - Biochontrol - Phage - Bacteria - Actinomycetes - Plant Pathology
Bio

Personal Data:
Name: Zeiad Moussa Abd El-Moati Ahmed
Date of Birth: 23rd June1972
Place of birth: Baklia - Mansoura - Dakhlia- Egypt
Nationality: Egyptian
Gender: Male
Social Status: Married + 2
Mobile: +2 012 83 577 67
Home Phone: +2 050 21 90 894 and +2 050 21 90 037
E-mail: zeiadmoussa@yahoo.com
zeiadmoussa@gmail.com
Postal Address: Baklia - Mansoura – Dakhlia – Egypt, Postal No. 35689
Qualifications:
1. Ph.D. (Microbiology), Faculty of Science at Damietta, Mansoura University, Egypt (2006).
2. M.Sc. (Genetics and Cytology) Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt (2003).
3. B.Sc. (Botany), Faculty of Science, Mansoura University, Egypt (1996).
Position Held:
1. Agricultural Research Specialist – Bacterial Diseases Research Department – Plant Pathology Research Institute – Agricultural Research Center – Giza – Egypt, from 2003 – now.
2. Medical Representative: Memphis Company for Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals, Cairo, Egypt, from 1998 – 2001.
Major Research Experience:
1. Isolation, characterization and identification of bacteriophages.
2. Isolation and identification of bacterial plant pathogens.
3. Isolation, identification and study of actinomycetes.
4. Investigate the effect of oils and plant extracts on bacterial plant pathogens.
5. Investigate the effect of plant straw as bio-fertilizers and anti-microbial agents.
6. Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of bacteria.
7. Study the effect of bio-agent against plant pathogens under greenhouse and field conditions.
8. Study the effect of bio-agent against plant pathogens under greenhouse and field conditions.
9. Use of plant wastes as antimicrobial and fertilizers substances.
Publications:
1. Moussa, Z. (2003): Some Genetic studies on Ralstonia solanacerum causing brown rot disease of Potato. M.Sc. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Egypt.
2. Moussa, Z. (2006): Studies on biological control of brown rot disease of Potato. Ph.D. Thesis, Botany Department, Faculty of Science at Dameitta, Mansoura University, Egypt.
3. El-Didamony, G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2003): Morphology and host range of phages active against Ralstonia solanacearum caused brown rot disease of potato in Egypt. Egyptian Journal of Biotechnology. 13: 114 – 129.
4. El-Didamony; G.; Ismail, A.E.A.; Sadik, A.S.; Sarhan, M.M. and Moussa, Z. (2004): Use of the RAPD-PCR technique to fingerprint of Ralstonia solanacearum and its phages. Egyptian Journal of Microbiology. 40, 51 – 64.
5. El-Fallal, A.A. and Moussa, Z. (2008): Prospects for biocontrol of brown rot disease of potato in vitro and under greenhouse conditions. Plant Patholology Journal 7, 1: 54 – 64.
Manuscripts in Preparation:
1. Moussa, Z.; El-Didamony, G.; Ismail, A. A.A.: Growth, chemical and physical characterization of three phages active against avirulent strain of Ralstonia solanacearum.
2. Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M., Ismail; A. E. A.: Use of phage cocktail isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato.
3. Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M., Ismail; A. E. A.: Use of actinomycetes isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato.
Conferences:
1. Second Mansoura University Conference for Marketing Researches. Mansoura, Egypt 5 – 6 December 2006, Main Speaker, Mansour, F.A. and Moussa, Z. presentation title "Phage Therapy", Abstract Book, p.58.
2. Twelfth Conference on Microbiology, 18 – 20 March 2007. Organized by The Egyptian Society of Applied Microbiology. Giza, Egypt
3. Eleventh Congress of Phytopathology, November, 27 – 28, 2007, Giza, Egypt. Organized by The Phytopathological Society.
4. Research, Development and Innovation: Biotechnology in Arab World Forum. 3rd – 5th March 2008, Amman, Jordan. Organized by Arab Science and Technology Foundation. Main Speaker, Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, Adel E.A.: "Use of Phage Cocktail to Control Brown Rot Disease of Potato, (Abstract Book, p.91).
5. The Second International Conference of Virology "Emerging and Exotic Viral Infection, Challenging Threats of Human, Animal and Plant Health" 5th – 6th April, 2008.Gza, Egypt. Organized by Egyptian Society of Virology.
6. Phage Biology, Ecology and Therapy Meeting, Eliava Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia. June 12-15, 2008. Shared by Poster “Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, A. E.A.: Use of Phage Cocktail Isolated from Egyptian Soil to Control Brown Rot disease of Potato”. (Abstract Book, p.65).
7. The First International Conference for Application of Biotechnology (ICAB- 2008), 18th – 19th October 2008, MSA University, 6 October City, 6 October Governorate, Egypt. Shared by Poster “Moussa, Z.; Mansour, F. A.; Shabana, Y. M.; and Ismail, A. E.A: Use of phage cocktail isolated from Egyptian soil to control brown rot disease of potato”, Abstract Book, p.48.
E-Seminar:
Moussa, Z.: Biological control of brown rot disease of potato, http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/brd-potato, 15 - 30 May 2008
Colloquium:
1. GENYS (German Egyptian Network of Young Scientists) Biotechnology Colloquium 22th October 2007 at Ain Shams University, Egypt.
2. GENYS biotechnology colloquium 5 December 2007 at Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Egypt. Speaker, Presentation title "Phage therapy".
Workshop:
• GENYS workshop on bioinformatics 5th-6th November 2007 at GUC (German University in Cairo) "Introduction to sequence analysis tools, genomics and proteomics".
Membership in Professional Societies:
1. Bacteriophage Ecology Group (BEG)
2. German Egyptian Network of Young Scientists (GENYS).
3. International Organisation for biotechnology and Bioengineering (IOBB).
4. World Academy of Young Scientists (WAYS).
5. Arab Network for Biotechnology (ANB).
6. Agricultural Biotechnology Network in Africa (ABNETA)
7. The Egyptian Society of Applied Microbiology (ESAM).
8. Egyptian Phytopathological Society (EPS).
9. Egyptian Society of Virology (ESV).
10. Egyptian Society for Environmental Research services (EAFERS)
Computer skills:
• Having ICDL certificate (Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Information Technology, and Internet).
• Having a good experience in Photoshop.
Language:
• Good command of English "Writing, Reading and Speaking).
• Having TOEFL.ITP.
Other activities:
• Essayist in Al-Gomhuria Newspaper, Cairo, Egypt, having many published articles in Opinion and Opinion.

General and Contact Information

Title
Dr.
First Name
Zeiad
Last Name
Moussa
Date of Birth
23/06/1972
Country of Origin
Egypt
Country of Residence
Egypt
City
mansoura
Languages
Arabic, English

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