Dr. Sara Mohammed Ali

    

Assistant Professor, Microbiology & Molecular Biology

Email: dr.sara@gmu.ac.ae

Dr. Sara Mohammed Ali Mohammed working as Assistant Professor in Medical Laboratory Sciences Program at CoHS, GMU Ajman since Nov. 2020 after serving as Assistant professor of Microbiology in Medical Laboratory Sciences, with more than 15 years in teaching and research in different Sudanese Universities.

Education

  • B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Sciences (Microbiology) – University of Science and Technology, Sudan, 2002
  • Pre-master qualifying year – University of Khartoum- Institute of Endemic Disease, Sudan, 2003
  • M.Sc. Molecular Biology –University of Khartoum – Institute of Endemic Disease- College of Postgraduate, Sudan, 2006
  • Ph.D. Molecular Biology –University of Khartoum – Institute of Endemic Disease – College of Postgraduate, Sudan, 2015
  • Master of Medical Education Faculty of Medicine -International University of Africa, Sudan (pending)

MOH License – Certified Molecular Biology Clinical Scientist

Member of:

  • American Society of Microbiology
  • British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
  • African Society for Laboratory Medicine
  • European Society of Clinical Microbiology

Areas of interest

  • Infectious disease with special interest in (Tuberculosis, Malaria and COVID-19)
  • Antimicrobial Resistance

Publication:

  • Mohamed H Arbab, Mohamed M. Babeker, Sara M. Ali, Nasr M. Nasr, Rolla Adulgader, Sahar M. Sid and Hani Kamal Fahmi,PREVALENCE OF COVID-19 SUDANESE ASYMPTOMATIC TRAVELERS,Mar 2022,European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences,ISSN 2349-8870
  • Duaa Alhassan, Mohamed H. Arbab , Mohamed M Babeke, Sara Ali, Nasr M. Nasr, Hani Kamal Fahmi PREVALENCE OF ACINETOBACTER SPECIES CAUSING HOSPITAL ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA IN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT AND ANTIBIOGRAM IN KHARTOUM STATE. European Journal of Biomedical AND Pharmaceutical sciences, 2021.
  • Leena Al-Hassan, Hana Elbadawi, Einas Osman, Sara Ali, Kamal Elhag, Daire Cantillon, Julia Wille, Harald Seifert, Paul G. Higgins.Molecular Epidemiology of Carbapenem Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii from Khartoum State, Sudan. 2021, Frontiers Microbiology.Front. Microbiol. 12:628736. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2021.628736.
  • Lamis Kaddam , Rasha Babiker , Sara Ali , Shahinaz Satti , Nour Ali , Maha Elamin , Mowaia Mukhtar ,Mustafa Elnimeiri8 and Amal Saeed. Potential Role of Acacia Senegal (Gum Arabic) as Immunomodulatory Agent among newly diagnosed COVID 19 Patients: A structured summary of a protocol for a randomized, controlled, clinical trial Trials 21, 766 (2020). [link]
  • Sara Ali. Antimicrobial effect of leave extract of guiera senegalensis on aerobic bacteria isolated from diabetic foot infection in Khartoum state, Sudan, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2020 Jan 9, 4: 84-93.
  • Badri Ali, Ahmed Hiba, Ahmed Hala, Ali Sara, Sid Sahar, Nasr Nasr , Arbab Mohamed. A Comparison Study of Serological Test, Culturing Technique and Molecular Detection of Salmonella Typhi Among Febrile Patients in Khartoum State, Sudan. 2019 13. 10.19080/AIBM.2019.13.555866.