Department: Medicinal Chemistry
University: Assiut University
Dr. Tarek Aboul-Fadl is a Prof. of Medicinal Chemistry at Faculty of Pharmacy, Assiut University/Egypt. Dr. Aboul-Fadl received his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry from Assiut University (1994) under the channel system and joint supervision scheme between Assiut University and Josai University/Japan. Dr Aboul-Fadl performed his postdoctoral training as a postdoctoral research fellow and Scientist at Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria (1997- 1998), Institute of Pharmacy and Food Chemistry, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany (1999 and 2013) and Department of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Utah, USA (2001-2002 and 2004-2005). Dr. Aboul-Fadl joined Department of Medicinal Chemistry as an assistant Prof. in 1994, then promoted to associate Prof. in 1999 and to Professor in 2004. Dr. Aboul-Fadl is a member of Egyptian Syndicate of Pharmacists since 1984, Egyptian Society of Pharmacists since 1994, American Chemical Society since 2002 and The Stop TB Partnership Working Group on New TB Drugs (WGND) since Feb. 2010
His main research interests focuses on Prodrugs and chemical delivery systems. Design and development of anti tuburcular drugs. Synthesis of organoselenium derivatives with potential cancer preventive activity. Peptide nucleic acids and Oligonucleotids as antiviral agent Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of small combinatorial library with potential biological activity
Veterinary and Animal Medicine
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