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Prof. Eman El Nashar | Anatomy | Research Excellence Distinction Award

King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Eman Mohamed Ahmed El-Nashar embarked on her academic journey with a strong foundation in medicine, obtaining her M.B.B. CH. degree from Zagazig Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, in June 1981. She continued her education with a focus on histology, cytology, and cytogenetics, earning an M.Sc. from Benha Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, in May 1987, followed by an M.D. in the same field from the same institution in July 1993.

Professional Endeavors

Her professional career spans several prestigious institutions, demonstrating her commitment to education and research. She has held various positions, including Head of the Histology and Cell Biology Department at Benha Faculty of Medicine, Benha University, Egypt, and Professor of Histology and Cell Biology at both Benha University and King Khalid University, Abha, KSA. Additionally, she has served as an Associate Professor and Assistant Professor at institutions such as King Faisal University, College of Applied Medical Science, Dammam, KSA.

Contributions and Research Focus

Throughout her career, Dr. El-Nashar has been dedicated to teaching and research in the field of histology, cytology, and cytogenetics. Her academic experience includes teaching undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, nursing students, and students in various medical science disciplines. She has contributed significantly to the understanding of these subjects through her teaching and her role as a reviewer for several esteemed journals, including the Egyptian Journal of Histology and the Journal of Molecular Histology.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. El-Nashar's contributions to the field have been recognized through various appointments and honors. She has been appointed as a referee for the Egyptian Journal of Histology & Cell Biology and has served on scientific committees for the promotion of professors and assistant professors of histology and cell biology. Her research excellence has been acknowledged with awards and distinctions, highlighting her significant impact on the field.

Impact and Influence

Dr. El-Nashar's influence extends beyond her academic and research achievements. She has played key roles in coordinating various academic and administrative activities, including serving as a coordinator for the College of Applied Medical Science and leading community service units. Her leadership and dedication have positively impacted the academic environment and contributed to the development of future healthcare professionals.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As she continues her academic journey, Dr. El-Nashar's legacy is characterized by her passion for education, her commitment to research, and her dedication to serving the academic community. Her future contributions are poised to further advance our understanding of histology, cytology, and cytogenetics, leaving a lasting impact on the field and inspiring future generations of medical professionals.


A total of  158 citations for her publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of her research within the academic community.

  • Citations             158
  • h-index               7
  • i10-index            27

Notable Publications 

Ag Nanoparticles Stabilized on Magnetic Carboxymethyl Lignin: Synthesis, Characterization and its Performance in the N-Acylation Reactions and Investigation of its Antioxidant and Anti-Human Colorectal Cancer Application

Streptozotocin- induced changes in aquaporin 1 and 4, oxidative stress, and autophagy in submandibular and parotid salivary glands and the possible ameliorative effect of intermittent fasting on these changes

The possible effects of the aqueous extract of Stevia Rebaudiana on autophagic clearance and sympathetic nerve density in pancreatic β cells of type 2 diabetic rats

Nuclear factor erythrogen-2 associated factor 2 (Nrf2) signaling is an essential molecular pathway for the anti-aging effect of whey protein in the prefrontal cortex of aging rat model (Histological and Biochemical Study)

Suppression of neuronal apoptosis and glial activation with modulation of Nrf2/HO-1 and NF-kB signaling by curcumin in streptozotocin-induced diabetic spinal cord central neuropathy

Methotrexate-Induced Alteration of Renal Aquaporins 1 and 2, Oxidative Stress and Tubular Apoptosis Can Be Attenuated by Omega-3 Fatty Acids Supplementation

Neuroprotective and therapeutic effects of calcitriol in rotenone-induced Parkinson’s disease rat model

Targeting Hydrogen Sulfide Modulates Dexamethasone-Induced Muscle Atrophy and Microvascular Rarefaction, through Inhibition of NOX4 and Induction of MGF, M2 Macrophages and Endothelial Progenitors

Association of sodium voltage-gated channel genes polymorphisms with epilepsy risk and prognosis in the Saudi population


Eman El Nashar | Anatomy | Research Excellence Distinction Award

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