Dr. Tamer ElHabibi, is a Lecturer and researcher in faculty of pharmacy, microbiology and Immunology department. Holds a bachelor degree in pharmaceutical sciences from Cairo University (Egypt). A Master and doctorate degree in Microbiology and Immunology. He started his research and academic career directly after graduation. He worked as researcher and teaching assistant in many Educational and research institutions. He has 11 years’ experience of microbiological research concerning Antibiotic resistance, nosocomial infections, Multi-drug resistance bacteria, food poisoning and others. This includes experience of designing, validating and operating a range of microbiological tests and Molecular techniques including bacterial typing and antibiotic resistance detection techniques. He involves in and supervises many undergraduate and post graduate research groups. He supervises Master and PhD students. Beside his Academic and research career, he is a registered pharmacist and medical laboratory scientist. That allowed him to implement his academic experience in an applicable form. And is a member of several editorials boards for scientific journals.
Antibiotic resistance, nosocomial infections, Multi-drug resistance bacteria, food poisoning, Genotyping, biofilm and Quram sensing.