Prof Fatma Abdel-Motaal | Food System | Best Researcher Award

Professor of Microbiology at Faculty of Sciences, Aswan University, Egypt

Dr. Fatma F. Abdel-Motaal is a highly accomplished Professor specializing in Botany and Microbiology. Currently affiliated with Aswan University in Egypt, she holds a Ph.D. in Botany (Microbiology) from Tottori University, Japan, earned in 2010. Her academic journey also includes an M.Sc. in Botany (Microbiology) from South Valley University, Egypt, in 1998, and a B.Sc. in Botany from Aswan Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Egypt, in 1991.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🌍 Experience:

Demonstrator at Assiut University (1991-1994). Demonstrator at South Valley University (1995-1996). Assistant Lecturer at South Valley University (1999-2010). Lecturer of Microbiology at Aswan University (2011-2016). Postdoc Visiting Fellow at Yamaguchi University, Japan (2015-2016). Associate Professor at Aswan University (2017-2022). Professor at Aswan University (2022 to Date)

🔬 Research Interests:

  • General Botany
  • Fungal Diversity
  • Bioactivity of fungal secondary metabolites
  • Plant-microbe interactions
  • Fungal metabolites isolation
  • Microbial taxonomy
  • Microbial biotechnology

📘 Teaching:

Dr. Abdel-Motaal has a diverse teaching portfolio covering subjects such as General Botany, Industrial Microbiology, Cytology, Advanced Mycology, Microbial Toxins, Environmental Pollution, Plant Physiology, Molecular Biology, Yeasts, Plant Endophytes, and Food Analysis I & II. She excels in the credit hours system, meeting administration, and effective presentation skills.

👩‍🏫 Skills:

  • International scientific publication
  • Communication skills in various educational patterns
  • Organizing conferences
  • University administration
  • Strategic planning
  • Bioresource Technology

🏆 Awards:

  • Scientific Fellowship to Japan (2015)
  • Private research visit to Yamaguchi University, Japan (2014)
  • Aswan University Prize for Scientific Publishing (2012-2014-2015-2019-2020-2021-2022)
  • Scholarship for Ph.D. from Tottori University (2006-2010)

Dr. Fatma F. Abdel-Motaal is a dedicated researcher, educator, and contributor to the fields of Botany and Microbiology, recognized for her excellence in both academia and research.

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

Dr. Fatma F. Abdel-Motaal’s research primarily centers around fungal diversity and the bioactivity of fungal secondary metabolites. Her work delves into the isolation and characterization of fungal metabolites, emphasizing their industrial applications. With a focus on plant-microbe interactions, she explores the intricate pathways involved, contributing significantly to the fields of microbial taxonomy and biotechnology. Dr. Abdel-Motaal’s studies extend to the environmental realm, with a keen interest in microbial responses to challenging ecosystems, exemplified by her work on arid desert environments. Her research showcases a multidisciplinary approach, addressing aspects of botany, microbiology, and bioresource technology. 🍄🌿

Citations:

The provided information indicates the scholarly impact and citation metrics for an individual, likely a researcher or academic. Here’s a breakdown:

  • Citations: The person has received a total of 457 citations across 440 documents. This indicates that their work has been referenced or cited by other researchers, signifying its influence within the academic community.
  • Documents: The individual has contributed to a total of 21 documents, which could include research papers, articles, or other scholarly publications.
  • h-index: The h-index is 11, representing the number of papers (h) that have at least h citations each. This metric provides a measure of both the productivity and impact of the individual’s research output.

These metrics collectively reflect the academic influence and recognition of the person in their respective field of study.

Publications Top Notes:

Research Highlights by Dr. Fatma F. Abdel-Motaal

🔬 Article 1: “HPLC Detection of Aflatoxin in Meat, Poultry, and Fish”

  • Authors: Elbarbary, N.Kh.; Karmi, M.; Abdallah, M.M.; Abdel-Motaal, F.F.; Maky, M.A.
  • Journal: Journal of Advanced Veterinary Research, 2023, 13(3), pp. 492–500

🌱 Article 2: “Plant Seedling Growth Stimulation and Antifungal Activities”

  • Authors: Abdel-Motaal, F.F.; Kamel, N.M.; El-Zayat, S.A.; Mohamed, A.E.-H.H.; Darwish, D.B.
  • Journal: Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports, 2022, 9(4), pp. 831–840

🌿 Article 3: “Biocontrol of okra-rot-causing Cochliobolus spicifer-CSN-20”

  • Authors: Abdel-Motaal, F.F.; Kamel, N.M.; El-Sayed, M.A.; Abou-Ellail, M.
  • Journal: Annals of Agricultural Sciences, 2022, 67(1), pp. 24–33
  • Citations: 7

🌾 Article 4: “Comparative Studies on the Antioxidant, Antifungal, and Wound Healing Activities”

  • Authors: Abdel-Motaal, F.F.; Maher, Z.M.; Ibrahim, S.F.; Behery, M.; Metwally, A.A.
  • Journal: Applied Sciences (Switzerland), 2022, 12(9), 4121

🍈 Article 5: “Biocontrol of Sweet Melon Fruit Rot Caused by Fusarium solani”

  • Authors: Abdel-Motaal, F.F.; Kamel, N.M.; El-Sayed, M.A.; Abou-Ellail, M.
  • Journal: Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 2021, 14(3), pp. 523–527

📊 Research Overview: Dr. Abdel-Motaal’s research spans diverse topics, including aflatoxin detection in meat products, the role of endophytic fungi in plant growth and biocontrol, and the exploration of antioxidant and antifungal properties in plant extracts. Her work showcases a commitment to both food safety and sustainable agricultural practices. Despite varying citation counts, each article contributes significantly to the field of applied biotechnology and agricultural sciences. 🌐🌾👩‍🔬

 

 

 

 

Fatma Abdel-Motaal | Food System | Best Researcher Award

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