Scope of the research: Nanotechnology, Nanobiotechnology, Plant Pathology, Plant-Insect Interaction, Molecular Biology.
Certified International Professional Trainer: Trained more than 500 trainees.
Deputy Director of MUST International Excellency Centre, Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt.
Director of MUST Sustainability Unit, Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt.
Tahsin Shoala, Ph.D.
Dr. Shoala has finished his B.Sc. from Benha University, plant pathology department. He has completed M.Sc. degree from Newcastle University, UK, in recognition of thesis entitled (Identification of Ralstonia solanacearum subtypes by using DNA analysis). He has been awarded PhD from Newcastle University, UK, in recognition of thesis entitled (Molecular approaches to understanding Plant-Insect interaction to enhance pest control). Currently, he is working as an associate professor of Nanobiotechnology at Environmental Biotechnology Department, College of Biotechnology, Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt. Also, he is the head of environmental biotechnology department at college of Biotechnology, Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt. He is the honorary president of NaQaa Nanotechnology Network NNN. Moreover, He as Certified International Professional Trainer and trained more than 500 trainees. He has published more than 34 papers in reputed journals and running number of research projects. He has organized, attended and participated in several international conferences workshops and meetings in UK, USA, China and UAE. His main research is focusing on Molecular of plant pathology, Plant-Insect interaction, and application of nanotechnology in plant pathology. He is a reviewer at the New Phytopathology, Journal of plant physiology and pathology, Journal of Plant Pathology & Microbiology and PSM Microbiology and nanotechnology. Also, he is the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Scientific Research and Sustainable Development. He is also a member in the Royal society of biology in the United Kingdom and the American phytopathology society in the USA.