Dr. Hassan Ahmed is an Associated, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, South Valley University. He is a Graduate of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, South Valley University, Qena Egypt 2002. He did a Master’s in Animal physiology (same Academy, 2007) and Ph. D from the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Okazaki, Japan, 2012). He was a lecturer of animal physiology at South Valley University and visiting lecturer at Sohag and Aswan universities from 2012-2018. He was an Associated Professor in the doctoral and master programs in animal physiology at South Valley University from 2007 until the present, he is an Adjunct Associated Professor, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine from 2018 until the present.
Dr. Hassan Ahmed's research interests are: In vivo imaging using a two-photon laser scanning microscope. Cranial window operation. Image processing using Photoshop, image J, and iTEM software. 3D reconstruction of electron microscope images using reconstruct software. Immunohistochemistry. In vivo microinjection in primary visual cortex and CA3 of the hippocampus. In vivo microsurgery to split two hemispheres of the mice by transection of the corpus callosum and ventral hippocampal commissure. Pre-embedding technique for the electron microscope. Using a transmission electron microscope. Behavioral neuroscience training like Barnes maze, T-maze, and fear conditioning tests. ELISA and spectrophotometry.