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Dr. Sherif Ibrahim Kamel Younis

Associate Professor, Department of Gastroenterology and Tropical Medicine , Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University

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Office Tel.

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043644

E-Mail

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sherif_kamel@aun.edu.eg

google scholar link

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https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?hl=ar&user=EpNwO74AAAAJ
Educational Qualifications:
  • M.D. In Internal Medicine ( Hepatology and Gastroenterology ) , Faculty of medicine, Asyut university, 2002


 

 
  • Associate Professor, Department of Gastroenterology and Tropical Medicine , Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, 2008
  • Lecturer, Department of Gastroenterology and Tropical Medicine , Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, 2002
  • Assistant Lecturer, Department of Gastroenterology and Tropical Medicine , Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, 1998
 

Past Positions :

  • , from July 2012 to March 2015
  • Research fields:
    Liver , Autoimmune diseses , hepatitis , Gastroenterology

    Publications:

    1 - Azza M EzzEl-Din1, Sherif H Galal2, Asmaa O Ahmed3, Sherif I Kamel and Dalia T Kamal, Toll Like receptor 3 polymorphisms in hepatitis B virus infection, Egyptian journal of immunology, 2017
    2 - Ehab S El Desoky, Alaa T Abdelhafez, Jessica Cusato, Sherif I Kamel, Abeer MR Hussein, Amedeo De Nicolo, Giovanni Di Perri, Antonio D'Avolio, The role of ITPA and ribavirin transporter genes polymorphisms in prediction of ribavirin‐induced anemia in chronic hepatitis C Egyptian patients, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, May, 2017
    3 - Itpa gene variants as markers of ribavirin-induced anemia and white blood cells reduction in Egyptian Hcv patients, Itpa gene variants as markers of ribavirin-induced anemia and white blood cells reduction in Egyptian Hcv patients, Journal of Viral Hepatitis, Vol.22, PP.27–28, September, 2015
    4 - Soha Saoud Abdelmoneim1, Sherif Ibrahim Kamel1, Mohamed Abdel-Hamid Ahmed2, Ahmed Medhat Naser1 and Mohamed Ahmed Aly1., Risk factors for progression of chronic hepatitis C infection to cirrhosis in rural Upper Egypt: A retrospective study, AL-AZHAR ASSIUT MEDICAL JOURNAL , Volume 11, May, 2013, suppl. 1, pp. 223-242, May, 2013
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    5 - Rasha A. H. Attia , Mohammed E. M. Tolba , Doaa A. Yones , Hanaa Y. Bakir , Hanan E. M. Eldeek , and Shereef Kamel, Capillaria philippinensis in Upper Egypt: Has It Become Endemic?, Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. , Vol. 86, No.1, PP. 126–133, 2012
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    6 - Zaky, Saad; Kamel, Sherif Ebrahiem; Hassan, Magda Shahata; Sallam, Nadia Abdel; Shahata, Mohamad Ahmad; Helal, Shaaban Redwan; Mahmoud, Heba, Preliminary results of ozone therapy as a possible treatment for patients with chronic hepatitis C, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 3, 17, 259-263, March, 2011
    7 - Saad Zaky, Sherif Ebrahiem Kamel, Magda Shahata Hassan, Nadia Abdel Sallam, Mohamad Ahmad Shahata, Shaaban Redwan Helal, Heba Mahmoud, Preliminary results of ozone therapy as a possible treatment for patients with chronic hepatitis C, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 17, 259-263, March, 2011
    8 - Shaban H. Ahmed1, Ismail S. Mohamed1, Mona A. Hassan1, Sherif I. Kamel2 and Aref M. Al-Hakimi1, PREVALENCE OF TRANSFUSION TRANSMITTED VIRUS (TTV) INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH LIVER DISEASES ATTENDING TO ASSIUT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, Assuit Medical Journal , vol. (33), No (1), January 2009,, pp. 17-26, January, 2009
    9 - Ehab S. ELDesoky, Sherif I. Kamel, Ahlam M. Farghaly, Madiha Y. Bakheet, Mohsen A. Hedaya and Jean-Pascal Siest., Study of the urinary ratio of 6 β-hydroxycortisol/cortisol as abiomarker of CYP3A4 activity in Egyptian patients with chronic liver disease. , Biomarker Insights, Libertas Academica, Volume 1, 157-164, February, 2006
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