El-Sawaf GEAA


Gamal El Sawaf born in Port Said, Egypt; 12 April 1955. He is an emeritus Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Medical Research Institute- Alexandria University - Egypt. He is a nationally recognized leader in infectious diseases. Dr. Sawaf graduated from the faculty of Medicine–Alexandria University in 1979. He got his Ph D in 1993 and his post doctor training course in the laboratory of infectious diseases-University of Rome –Tor Vergata. He was rising through the academic ranks to Associate Professor in 1998 and to Professor in 2003. He was appointed the head of Microbiology Department in 2008 and the Director of the Medical Technology Center in 2010 and finally, the Dean of MRI in 2011 till the end of 2014. He is a member of the American Society of Microbiology, The Egyptian Society of Microbiology and Egyptian Society of Immunologists. He is a project Leader of several research programmes on HCV, HHV and TB.

Research Interests:

Emerging pathogens, Tuberculosis, Antimicrobial resistance, HCV, HIV, HHV

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