Assist Prof Dr. Mariam Fawzy | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

National Research Centre, Egypt

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Mariam Emad El Din Fawzy Gamal embarked on her academic journey with a strong foundation in the sciences. Graduating with a B.Sc. in Chemistry-Zoology from Cairo University in 2002, she demonstrated exceptional aptitude and dedication, earning a grade of "Very Good." She continued to pursue her passion for environmental science through postgraduate studies, completing her M.Sc. in Zoology at Helwan University in 2007 with a thesis on "Bioremediation of Saline Wastewater." This laid the groundwork for her Ph.D. research at Ain-Shams University, where she delved into the development of an "Integrated Biological System for Domestic Wastewater Treatment in Small Communities," successfully earning her doctoral degree in 2013.

Professional Endeavors:

Her professional journey has been marked by a steadfast commitment to advancing knowledge and practices in water pollution research. Beginning as an Assistant Researcher at the Water Pollution Research Department of the National Research Centre (NRC) in Cairo in 2003, she steadily rose through the ranks, serving as an Associate Researcher before assuming her current role as Associate Professor in 2019. Her tenure at the NRC has been characterized by continuous dedication to research excellence and leadership in the field of environmental science.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Throughout her career, She has focused her research efforts on addressing critical challenges in water and wastewater management. Her expertise spans a wide range of areas, including industrial and municipal wastewater treatment, pollution prevention, and waste minimization. She has conducted extensive studies on various industrial sectors, such as food, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and more, striving to develop innovative solutions for sustainable water usage and environmental protection. Additionally, her research interests extend to the evaluation of existing treatment technologies, environmental impact assessment, and toxicity assessment.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her contributions to the field of environmental science have been widely recognized, both nationally and internationally. She has been actively involved in numerous research projects, collaborating with industry partners and governmental agencies to address pressing environmental challenges. Her work has earned her prestigious accolades and awards, underscoring her significant impact on the advancement of knowledge and practices in water pollution research.

Impact and Influence:

Her  research has had a profound impact on the field of environmental science, influencing policies, practices, and technologies in water and wastewater management. Her studies have contributed valuable insights into the development of effective treatment strategies, leading to improved environmental sustainability and public health outcomes. Her influence extends beyond academia, as she actively engages with stakeholders and decision-makers to promote evidence-based solutions for environmental challenges.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As a trailblazer in water pollution research, Dr. Mariam Fawzy Gamal leaves behind a lasting legacy of excellence and innovation. Her groundbreaking work continues to inspire future generations of scientists and researchers, driving forward the boundaries of knowledge and practice in environmental science. With a steadfast commitment to advancing sustainable solutions for water management and pollution control, she remains poised to make even greater contributions to the field in the years to come.


A total of  300 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations             300
  • h-index               06
  • Documents        19

Notable Publications 

Adsorption characteristics of nickel (II) from aqueous solutions by Zeolite Scony Mobile-5 (ZSM-5) incorporated in sodium alginate beads

Efficient malachite green biodegradation by Pseudomonas plecoglossicide MG2: process optimization, application in bioreactors, and degradation pathway

PacBio next-generation sequencing uncovers Apicomplexa diversity in different habitats

Green Biosynthesis of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Utilizing Pomegranate Peel Extract for Grey Water Treatment

Chicken bone ash as a cost-effective and efficient adsorbent for phenol removal from aqueous solution

Effective Chemical Coagulation Treatment Process for Cationic and Anionic Dyes Degradation

Treatment of hazardous wastewater generated from metal finishing and electro-coating industry via self-coagulation: Case study

Evaluation of sand filter as a non-conventional post treatment of oil refinery wastewater: Effect of flow rate

Management of shock loads wastewater produced from water heaters industry

Sustainable approach for pharmaceutical wastewater treatment and reuse: Case study


Mariam Fawzy | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

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