Mohammad A. Kamal

King Fahd Medical Research Center, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia 0000-0003-0088-0565

Dr. M. Amjad Kamal is a Distinguish Adj. Prof. at KFMRC, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia, where he was full Professor from March 2011 to March 2013. Prof. Kamal’s overall biochemical research output had culminated in more than 145 publications in internationally respected journals. His research was pivotal in supporting the development of the novel anti-Alzheimer's agents via collaboration with Dr Nigel H. Greig (USA). He had migrated to Australia in 1998 and awarded a prestigious U2000 PDF in 2000 by the University of Sydney, School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences. This three years highly competitive award funded his research on “Inhibition of amido phosphoribosyltransferase ….". Prof. Kamal also collaborated in one of the molecular biological research project (Type 2 diabetic and Alzheimer’s disease) at the UTS. He established his 'Research Group' of “Fundamental and Applied Biology Group” at KFMRC (March 2011 to Nov 2013). This research aims to focus on advancing the scientific research at KFMRC in providing health translational services to humanity particularly local Arab community. He is serving "Metabolomics & Enzymology Unit and also as a regional/editorial member/guest editor of several reputed journals such as following on an honorably basis: 1. CNS & ND-DT 2. Current Drug Metabolism 3. E-BC & Alternative Medicine 4. SJBS 5. Current Psychopharmacology 6. Mol. & Gen. Med. 7. J. Neurol. Disor. 8. Enzyme Engineering 9. Recent Patents on Nanomedicine 10. J. Adv. Health Sci. 11. Med. Chem. 12. Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy journal 13. Am. J. Neuroprotection and Neuroregeneration 14. Drug Designing 15. Research J. Endocrinology and Metabolism 16. J. Med. Disorders 17. Pharmacognosy Magazine 18. J. Mol. Biol. Techniques 19. The Open Biochem. J. 20. Current Aging Science

Biography Updated on 16 August 2014

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