Dr Mohammed Nader Shalaby, PhD - Suez Canal University, Faculty Of Physical Education  - Associate Professor

Dr Mohammed Nader Shalaby

PhD

Suez Canal University, Faculty Of Physical Education

Associate Professor

Ismailia, State | Egypt

Main Specialties: Biochemical Genetics, Biology, Emergency Medicine, Medical Genetics, Medical Humanities, Medical Microbiology, Pathology-Anatomic & Clinical, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Public Health, Sports Medicine

Additional Specialties: Stem Cells, Sports Biology ,Sports Sciences

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Dr Mohammed Nader Shalaby, PhD - Suez Canal University, Faculty Of Physical Education  - Associate Professor

Dr Mohammed Nader Shalaby

PhD

Introduction

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Sports Health Department, Faculty of Physical Education, Suez Canal University, Egypt
Ph.D. Degree of Pathobiology and Physiology, Norman Bethune College of Medicine, Jilin University, China

Primary Affiliation: Suez Canal University, Faculty Of Physical Education - Ismailia, State , Egypt

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Education

Sep 2009 - Jul 2013
Jilin University Norman Bethune Health Science Center
Doctoral Degree
Pathobiology and Physiology
Jul 2009
Jilin University · Department of Pathobiology · Stem Cells China · Jilin
PhD
China
Sep 2006 - Jul 2008
Tanta University, Faculty Of Ohysical Education
Master
Health Sciences Sports
Jul 2006
Faculty Of Physical Education, Tanta University
Master
Egypt
Sep 2000 - Sep 2004
Port Said University Faculty of Physical Education
Bachelor
Sports Science

Experience

Apr 2016
Holds The Best Research Scientific Award "Drassa Award For Sports Science"
Apr 2014
Holds The Best Two Papers Scientific Award " Sheikh / Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports Award " at the International Scientific Conference "Innovation Sports "
Apr 2014
Holds The Best Two Papers Scientific Award " Sheikh / Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports Award " at the International Scientific Conference "Innovation Sports "
Aug 2008 - Sep 2013
Suez Canal University
Assistant Lecturer
Sports Science
Apr 2013
Recipient Of Award For Best Research Award, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports "at The International Scientific Conference" Nanotechnology And The Future Of Sport Arabic 2013
Sep 2005 - Aug 2008
Suez Canal University
Teaching Assistant
Sports Science
Sep 2018
Suez Canal University
Assistant Professor
Biological Sciences and Sports Health Department ,Faculty of Physical Education,
Sep 2013
Suez Canal University
Lecturer
Health Science

Publications

8Publications

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2PubMed Central Citations

Effect of different exercise intensities on CD34+ stem cells and physiological variables parameters

Life Sci J 2017;14(1):104-110

Life Science Journal

: Aerobic exercise draws energy mainly from biochemical processes requiring oxygen, whereas anaerobic exercise draws energy from processes that do not require oxygen. Twenty healthy male athletes aged (18-24 yrs.) were recruited for this study. Healthy, low active males and BMI matched participants (n=10) aged 20-22 yrs. were recruited as controls. Aerobic and anaerobic exercises were performed on a cycle ergometer. The testing was a modification of the A Strand Rhyming protocol for Vo2max. Pulse rate estimation, RBCs, WBCs HB and hematocrit were estimated using a coulter counter. Lactate by accusport, CD34+ stem cells were determined by flow cytometry. Results indicated: Vo2 max was higher during aerobic compared to anaerobic exercise. Lactate concentration decreased in aerobic compared to anaerobic exercise bouts. H, RBCs, WBCs, and hematocrit increased after both types of exercise bouts. The increase in CD34+ stem cells during anaerobic exercise bouts was greater than it was during aerobic exercise bouts. It is concluded that these findings deserve further study.

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July 2017
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The Role of Aerobic and Anaerobic Training Programs on CD(34+) Stem Cells and Chosen Physiological Variables.

J Hum Kinet 2012 Dec 30;35:69-79. Epub 2012 Dec 30.

Department of Pathobiology key lab of Ministry of Education, Norman Bethune College of Medicine, Jilin University, China and Department of Sports Science, Faculty of Physical Education, Suez Canal University, Egypt.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/v10078-012-0080-yDOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3588690PMC
December 2012
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