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Prof Dr. Mohamed EL-Saeid | Monotering and Remediation | Best Researcher Award

Professor and Director,Β King Saud University,Β Saudi Arabia

πŸ† Prof. Dr. Mohamed El-Saeid, renowned for his expertise in Monotering and Remediation, has been honored with the prestigious Best Researcher Award. As the distinguished Professor and Director at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, his groundbreaking contributions have significantly advanced the field. With a commitment to excellence in research, Prof. El-Saeid has pioneered innovative methods for monitoring and remediation, addressing critical environmental challenges. His dedication to scholarly pursuits has not only garnered recognition but also inspired future generations of researchers. Prof. El-Saeid’s remarkable achievements underscore his profound impact on academia and environmental stewardship.

Profile

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Work History

🌟 Dr. Mohamed H. El-Saeid boasts an illustrious career spanning several prestigious roles. Currently serving as the Director of the Chromatographic Analysis Unit at King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, he orchestrates lab operations, mentors PhD and MS students, and ensures data integrity. His expertise extends to environmental pollution analysis, where he meticulously assesses stressors’ impacts on water and marine resources, aiding regulatory compliance. With a keen eye for innovation, he recommends data standardization for enhanced protection. Prof. El-Saeid’s commitment to academia shines through his tenure as a Professor, fostering intellectual curiosity and facilitating collaborative research. His multifaceted contributions underscore his status as a luminary in his field. πŸ…

Education

πŸ“š Dr. Mohamed H. El-Saeid’s academic journey reflects a profound dedication to advancing food science and environmental safety. Commencing with a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Agricultural Science from Al-Azhar University, Egypt, he delved deeper into food contamination with a Master’s degree. His quest for knowledge culminated in a Ph.D. in Pesticide Chemistry, a collaborative effort between Texas Southern University and Al Azhar University. Further enriching his expertise, he pursued post-doctoral studies at Oklahoma State University, focusing on developing separation methodologies for pesticide residues, antibiotics, and hormones. Dr. El-Saeid’s academic pursuits epitomize a relentless pursuit of excellence in safeguarding public health and environmental integrity. πŸŽ“

Skills

πŸ”¬ Dr. Mohamed H. El-Saeid’s extensive repertoire of analytical techniques showcases his proficiency in chromatography and spectroscopy methods vital for environmental and food safety analysis. Proficient in Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS), he accurately identifies and quantifies compounds. His mastery extends to tandem mass spectrometry (GC-MS/MS-TQD) for enhanced sensitivity. Additionally, he employs Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detection (GC-FID) and Electron Capture Detection (GC-ECD) techniques. In liquid chromatography, he excels in both LC-MS and LC-MS/MS methodologies. Proficient in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC) and Capillary Electrophoresis (CEC), Dr. El-Saeid ensures comprehensive analysis for environmental and food contaminants. His expertise encompasses various extraction techniques like SFE, MAE, and ASE-350, complemented by ultrasonic extraction (SONICATION) and solid-phase extraction (SPE). 🌱

Publications Top Notes

“Studies on Storage Ability and Expiry Date of Some Frozen Fish for Human Consumption” – 1993

“Rapid Multi Residue Extraction of Pesticide Residues in Food Samples by Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) and Microwave Solvent Extraction (MSE)” – 1998

“Multi Residue Determination of Pesticide Residues in Food Samples by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC)” – 1998

“New Techniques for Residue Analysis of Pesticides in Foods” – 1999

“Detection of Pesticide Residues by GC/FPD and GC/ECD and Heavy Metals in Some Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Collection from Cairo” – 2000

“Contribution of the Normal Serving Size of Some Local Fresh Fruits to the Daily Needs of Vitamins and Minerals”

“Simple SFC Technique for Sterols Estimation” – 2001

“Pesticide Residues in Canned Foods, Fruits, and Vegetables: The Application of Supercritical Fluid Extraction and Chromatographic Techniques in the Analysis” – 2003

“Determination of Bioavailable Lead Concentration in Vegetable Plants Grown in Farm Allotment near a Reclaimed Industrial Site” – 2003

“Evaluation of the Most Current and Effective Methods in the Analysis of Chlorinated Dioxins in Ground Beef” – 2003

“Rapid MSE and HPLC Method of Benzo(a)pyrene in Fish” – 2003.

Mohamed EL-Saeid | Monotering and Remediation | Best Researcher Award

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