Hussein Abdel-Hay Kaoud


Dr. Hussein Kaoud is a distinguished academic figure in the field of Preventive Medicine, currently serving as a Full Professor at Cairo University, Egypt. With a background in Molecular Epidemiology and Biotechnology, he has held significant roles including Chairman of the Department of Preventive Medicine at Cairo University.

Throughout his career, Dr. Kaoud has delivered lectures on Molecular Epidemiology and Biotechnology at various universities, contributing extensively to the academic community both locally and internationally. His expertise and contributions are reflected in his numerous publications, which encompass a wide range of topics in preventive medicine and related fields.

Dr. Kaoud's academic achievements include the publication of several papers in reputable international journals, as well as the authorship of several international books. His scholarly contributions have been recognized with awards such as an international award from the USA, multiple Cairo University International Publication awards, and the Appreciation Award in Advanced Technological Sciences from Cairo University.

In addition to his research and publications, Dr. Kaoud has played a pivotal role in the academic development of students through his supervision, examination, and guidance of numerous medical dissertations. His dedication to preventive medicine and his leadership in academia continue to impact the field positively, both in Egypt and globally.

Research Interests:

His research interest is focused on Molecular Biology and Advanced Technology of Basic Life Sciences.

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