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Prof. Hassan Abbas Mohammed Abdel-Rahim

Dean، Faculty of Veterinary Medicine، Assiut University
Professor, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University

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Current Address

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Department of Animal Nutrition-Faculty of Veterinary Medicine-Assiut University 71526-Assiut - Egypt

Office Tel.

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0882411600 - 0882080938

Home Tel.

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2332592 088

Mobile No.

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01027704511

Fax No.

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0020882080501

E-Mail

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habbas@aun.edu.eg
hassan16_99@yahoo.com

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https://scholar.google.com.eg/citations?user=MrPaLCgAAAAJ&hl=en
Educational Qualifications:
  • Ph. D. In Animal & Clinical Nutrition ( Camel Nutrition ) , Institute of Nutrition, University of Veterinary Medivine - vienna - Austria, 1998
  • M. Sc., Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 1994
  • B. Sc., Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 1987


 

 
  • Professor, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 2009
  • Associate Professor, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 2004
  • Lecturer, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 1998
  • Assistant Lecturer, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 1994
  • Demonstrator, Department of Animal and Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, 1988
 

Current Position :

  • Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, since February 2015
  • Research fields:
    animal nutrition , animal nitrition

    Publications:

    1 - Shimaa A. Mousa, Sherief M. Abdel-Raheem, Hassan A. Abdel-Raheem and 3Abdel Lattif S. Sadeek, Effect of Dietary Fat Sources and Antioxidant Types on Growth Performance and Carcass Quality of Japanese Quails, International Journal of Poultry Science, Science alert, 16, 443-450., https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ijps.2017.443.450, October, 2017
    2 - H. A. Abdel-Raheem1, Nabila A. Gazia1, A. N. Sayed1, S. M. A. Al maswary1, INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT DIETARY FIBER LEVELS AND ENZYMES ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF BROILER CHICKS, 1 Animal &Clinical Nutrition Dept., Fac. of Vet. Med., Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt, H. A. Abdel-Raheem1, Nabila A. Gazia1, A. N. Sayed1, S. M. A. Al maswary1, XV ISAH Congress 2011, 1313-1316, XV ISAH Congress 2011, 2011
    3 - Nabila A. Gazia1, H. A. Abdel-Raheem1, A. N. Sayed1, S. M. A. Al Maswary1, THE EFFECT OF PELLETED DIETS HAVING DIFFERENT FIBER LEVELS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF BROILERS (Abstract), XV ISAH Congress 2011, Volume 3, 1313, 2011
    4 - G.M. MOSAAD, H.A. ABDEL-RAHEEM AND A.N. SAYED, EFFECT OF HIGH ENERGY DIET WITH DIFFERENT PROTEIN LEVELS ON THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND CARCASS TRAITS OF JAPANESE QUAILS , Assiut Vet. Med. J. , Vol. 55, No. 121, April, 2009
    5 - H.A. Abdel-Raheem and K.M.A. Hassanein , Influence of Dietary High Level of Antioxidant Vitamins and Zinc Methionine on Performance, Digestibility and Immune Response of Growing Rabbits Under Sub-tropical Egyptian Conditions, 3th International Scientific Cong., 29th January – 1st February, 2009, Fac. Vet. Med. ,Banha Univ., Banha -Rassedr, Egypt, February, 2009
    6 - G.M. MOSAAD, H.A. ABDEL-RAHEEM and A.N. SAYED , Effect of High Energy Diet with Different Protein Levels on the Growth Performance and Carcass Traits of Japanese quails., Assiut Vet. Med. J , 55 (121), 87-100, 2009
    7 - H.A. Abdel-Raheem , Effect of Feeding Program on Performance, Digestibility And Carcass Traits of Growing Rabbits, 13th Scientific Cong., 23-25 November, 2008, Fac. Vet. Med., Assiut Univ., Assiut, Egypt., November, 2008
    8 - H.A. Abdel-Raheem and H.Z.Rateb , Effect of Supplemental Dry Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) Culture on Performance, Diet Digestibility and Rumen Fermentation Parameters in Growing Camels. 48 Annual Science Week. Conference on the Animal Wealth in Syria Current Status and Prospects for F, Aleppo Univ., Aleppo, Syria, 17-20 November, 2008, November, 2008
    9 - A.N.Sayed, H.A. Abdel-Raheem, G. M. Mosaad and A.A. Abou'l-Ella, Effect of sodium bicarbonate and sodium acetate on performance, digestibility and ruminal juice characteristics of growing calves, 9 Sci. Cong., Egypttian Society for Cattle Disease, 2 – 4 December, 2007, Assiut, Egypt, December, 2007
    10 - A. Ali1, AKh. Abdel-Razek, R. Derar, H.A. Abdel-Rheem, SH Shehata, Forms of Reproductive Disorders in Cattle and Buffaloes in Middle Egypt. , Reprod. Dom. Anim. doi, 2007
    11 - Abdel-Raheem, H.A., Nabila A. Gazia, A. M. Abd-Ellah and Ghada Sh. Abdel-Raheem , - ): Effect of quantitative feed restriction and subsequent refeeding on performance and carcass traits of broilers., Third International Poultry Conference, Hama, Syria, 22 -25 April., 2006
    12 - Sayed, N.S.; Abdel-Raheem, H.A.; Nabila A. Gazia and S.M.A. El-Maswary, - : Evaluation of urea as a protein source in broiler diets. , Third International Poultry Conference, Hama, Syria, 22 -25 April., 2006
    13 - Abdel-Raheem, H.A., A.N.Sayed; Nabila Gazia and S.A.El-Meswary, - : Evaluation of full-fat soybean and corn gluten as protein sources in the broiler chick diets., Assiut Vet. Med. J., 51 (105): 40-57., 2005
    14 - G.M. Mosaad; H.A.Abdel-Raheem and A.N. Sayed , Dried poultry droppings as a non-conventional feed ingredient in broiler diets, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 51 (106), 67-83, 2005
    15 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem and S.Kh. Abdel-Gaffar, Effect of ascorbic acid , vitamin E and melatonin on performance and immune response of broilers, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 50 (101), 215-233, 2004
    16 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem , Performance of broiler chicks fed low protein diets supplemented with pronifer probiotic, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 49 (96) , 118-129, 2003
    17 - A.N.Sayed and H.A.Abdel-Raheem , The influence of different concentrate-roughage proportion on the metabolism of some minerals in camels, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 49 (99), 1-19, 2003
    18 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem, A study on niacin and pyridoxine requirement of Nile Tilapia fish, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 47 (93), 97-109, 2002
    19 - A.N.Sayed; G.M.Mosaad and H.A. Abdel-Raheem , Effect of different phosphorus sources on the performance, digestibility and metabolic balance of some minerals in growing goats, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 47 (94) , 95-111, 2002
    20 - H.Abdel-Raheem; A.N.Sayed and G.M.Mossad , Evaluation of urea as a partial protein replacement in the rations of growing camels, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 48 (95), 12-29, 2002
    21 - A.N.Sayed; H.K.Shoeib and H.A.Abdel-Raheem , Effect of dietary L-carnitine on the performance of broiler chickens fed on different levels of fat, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 45 (89), 37-47, 2001
    22 - A.N.Sayed; H.A.Abdel-Raheem and H.Z.Rateb , Effect of different planes of nutrition on the performance, nitrogen balance and blood biochemical changes in male growing goats, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 46 (91), 66-83, 2001
    23 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem; A.N.Sayed; Samar S.Tawfik and Elham S.Saleh, Effect of restricted energy-and-protein nutrition and their realimentation on diet digestibility, and performance of growing camels, 6th Sci. Cong. 4-6 Nov. 2001, Fac. Vet. Med., Assiut, Egypt, 293-305, November, 2001
    24 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem; A.N.Sayed; R.S. Ibrahim and M.Mubark, Neonatal Hydrocephalus in rabbits at Assiut Governorate, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 43 (86), 159-176, July, 2000
    25 - A.N.Sayed; H.A. Abdel-Raheem and H.A.Daghash , Effect of molasses and urea supplementation of wheat straw on digestibility and some biochemical parameters in camels, 9th Sci. Cong. 2000, Fac. Vet. Med., Assiut, Egypt , 103-118, 2000
    26 - A.N.Sayed; H. A. Abdel-Raheem; H.K.Shoeib and Samar S.Tawfic, Evaluation of soybean and cottonseed meal protein as a substitute for animal protein in tilapia diets, Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 40 ( 80 ), 222 – 241, January, 1999
    27 - Abdel-Raheem, H.A., J. Bohm and A.N. Sayed , -Effect of the dietary calcium and phosphorus levels on the metabolic balance of some microelements in one-humped camels., 2nd Annual Conference of the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition, pp, 64., 1998
    28 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem, Nabila A. Gazia; J. Boehm, Christine Iben and J. Leibetseder, Effect of the dietary calcium and phosphorus levels on the apparent digestibility in one-humped camels, Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol., Goettingen, 3 – 5 march, 61, March, 1998
    29 - H.A.Abdel-Raheem, J. Boehm, Nabila A. Gazia and J. Leibetseder, Serum mineral concentrations of the dromedary camels in the Nile and New Vally areas in Egypt, 2nd Annual Conference of the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition, 65, 1998

    Supervisions :

    1- Ghada Sharaf al-Din Abdel Rahim Ahmed, Effect of some Feeding Programs on Performance, Body Composition and Meat Quality in Broilers, M. Sc, 25 December 2005
    Supervisors : Nabila Abdel-Hady Jaziah, Abdel Sattar Mohamed Abdellah, Hassan Abbas Abdul Rahim
    2- Sadek Mohamed Abdallah Almsory, Evaluation of some Common Protein Feeds and Urea for Broilers, M. Sc, 27 February 2005
    Supervisors : Nabila Abdel-Hady Jaziah , Abdel Basset Nasr Sayed , Hassan Abbas Abdel Rahim
    3- Hamouda Abd El-Hamied Hossein Mohammed, The Use of Some Organic Acid salts in Broiler Diets, M. Sc, 30 September 2011
    Supervisors : Abd El-Basset Nasr Sayed, Hassan A. Abdel-Raheem, Gamal Mohammed M. Mosaad
    4- Ghada Sharaf El-Deen Abdel-Raheem, Effect of High Dietary Levels of Some Trace Elements and Vitamins on Egg Content and Hen Performance, Ph. D., 30 June 2014
    Supervisors : Nabila Abd El-Hady Gazia, Abdel-Sattar Mohamed Abd Ellah, Hassan Abdel-Raheem
    5- Sadek Mohamed Abdulla Al maswary, The effect of pelleted diet having different fiber levels with enzyme supplementation on the performance and carcass traits of broilers, Ph. D., 28 November 2010

    Awards and Grants :

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