Dr. Ehab graduated as a veterinarian in 2002 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Cairo, Egypt, and subsequently obtained his post-graduate degrees there (2007, 2011). After a time as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of Veterinary Serum and Vaccine Research Institute, In 2011 became a Lecturer in the same institute, In 2016 he is Assistant Professor and now a Professor of virology. He worked in cell propagation units for the production of the FMD vaccine and as the biosafety officer of the FMD department. He has all interest in dealing with cell culture, frozen preparation, and all things about dealing with cell culture. Ehab is a member of several national and international scientific societies and a member of the Technical editor for the journal of applied veterinary sciences, reviewer for more than international journal as the journal of veterinary advances, journal of veterinary sciences, journal of applied veterinary sciences, and veterinary world journal.
Dr. Ehab's research interests include Virology, Cell propagation, FMD vaccine production, new technology for vaccine production.