Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed

Assistant Professor of Biology

School of Natural, Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Phone: ext. 2047
Email: mohamed.mohamed@CentenaryUniversity.edu

Academic Accomplishments

  • Ph.D., Alexandria University, Eco-physiology and Molecular Physiology 2003
  • M.S., Alexandria University, Eco-physiology and Biochemistry 1999
  • B.S., Alexandria University, Biological Sciences 1991


Ibrahim MO graduated from the School of Science, EG. His Master’s research investigated the eco-physiological responses of some crop plants to contaminated soils with heavy metals, such as aluminum and cadmium. He received his Ph.D. in the field of molecular eco-physiology in 2003, EG. His research was focused on the physiological acclimations and evolutionary adaptations of various living organisms including bacteria, microalgae, macroalgae and plants to changing environmental conditions. Since then, he continued his long journey with teaching and student mentoring. He spent ten years working with his research group and colleagues in the field of medicinal plants research under the agricultural programs along the red seacoast.  Ibrahim Mo has a large pool of published research articles and papers with his students. His citation index under the google scholar Citation metrics is i10-index 23.  His most recent focuses in ecology and molecular ecophysiology with a focus on the Omics applications (proteomics and metabolomics) and gene expressions profiles of medicinal plants.


1-     Javed Ahmad, Mohd A. Baig, Arlene A. Ali, Asma A. Al‑Huqail, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Mohammad I. Qureshi. Differential antioxidative and biochemical responses to aluminum stress in Brassica juncea cultivars. 2018 Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology

2-  **Javed Ahmad, Rita Bagheri, Humayra Bashir, M. Affan Baig, Asma Al-Huqail, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, and MI Qureshi. Organ Specific Phytochemical Profiling and Antioxidant Analysis of Parthenium hysterophorus L. 2018 BioMed Research International.

Javed Ahmad1, Humayra Bashir, Rita Bagheri, Affan Baig, Asma Al-Huqail, Mohamed M. Ibrahim and Irfan Qureshi. Drought and salinity induced changes in ecophysiology and proteomic profile of Parthenium hysterophorus. 2017 PLOS

**Asma A. Al-Huqail, Maysa M Hatata, Arwa A. AL-Huqail and Mohamed M. Ibrahim. Preparation, Characterization of silver Phyto nanoparticles and their impact on growth potential of Lupinus termis seedlings. 2017 Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences.

Mona S. Alwhibi, Mahmoud I.M. Khalil, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Gehan A. El-Gaaly, Ahmed S. Sultan A. Potential Antitumor Activity and Apoptosis induction of Glossostemon Bruguieri Root Extract against Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells. 2017 in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Journal.

**Arwa A. AL-Huqail, Sarah A. AL-Rashed, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Gehan A. EL-Gaaly, Mohammad Irfan Qureshi. Arsenic induced eco-physiological changes in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) and protection by gypsum, a source of sulphur and calcium. Scientia Horticulturae 217 (2017) 226–

**Sarah A. Al-Rashed, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Maysa M.A. Hatata, and Gehan A. El-Gaaly. Biodiesel Production and Antioxidant Capability from Seeds of Salicornia begelovii Collected from Al Jubail, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia. Pak. J. Bot., 48(6): 2527-2533, 2016.

**Sarah A. Al-Rashed, Mohamed M. Ibrahim*, Gehan A. El-Gaaly, Sameha Al-Shehri, Ahmed Mostafa. Evaluation of radical scavenging system in two microalgae in response to interactive stresses of UV-B radiation and nitrogen starvation. Saudi Journal of Biological Science, (2016) 23, 706–

Peerjada Y. Yousof, Arshid H. Ganie, Ishrat Khan, M. Irfan Qureshi, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Maryam Sarwat, Muhammad Iqbal, ALTAF AHMAD. Nitrogen-efficient and nitrogen-inefficient Indian mustard cultivars show differential protein expression in response to elevated CO2 and low nitrogen. Plant Sci., 07 July 2016.

Seema Ameen1, Mohammad Ahmad, Mohd. Mohsin, M. Irfan Qureshi, Mohamed M. Ibrahim, Malik Z. Abdin and Altaf Ahmad. Designing, construction and characterization of genetically encoded FRET-based nanosensor for real time monitoring of lysine flux in living cells. 2016. Journal of Nanobiotechnology. DOI 10.1186/s12951-016-0204-y.

**Work was done by a student


**Evaluation of Phytoremediation Potential of Six Wild Plants for Metal in a Site Polluted by Industrial Wastes: A Field Study in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 29th Meeting of Saudi Biological Society. Dammam University. 26-28/2/2014.

**The dust storm in Riyadh- Saudi Arabia: its implications on some physiological parameters for some plants in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 25th Meeting of Saudi Biological Society.  King Fasel Univ. 11-13/5/2010.

**Effect of cement particulates deposition on eco-physiological behaviors of some halophytes in the salt marshes of Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, 25th Meeting of Saudi Biological Society. King Fasil Univ. 11-13/5/2010.

Differential gene expression and some physiological adaptation in leaves between two cultivars of Triticum aestivum for drought acclimation.”International Conference on Plants &Environmental Pollution, 6-11 July, 2009. Kayseri, Turkey.

Bioremediation of some heavy metals“. Botany and Microbiology department, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, 17 October 2007.

**Chlorophyll Fluorescenceas a Signal for Oxidative Stress. In proceeding of the First Egyptian –British Seminar on Effects of Air Pollutions On Egyptian Agriculture) In Cooperation with British Council; 14-15 June 2003, Alexandria EGYPT.

**Work was presented by a student

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