Ashraf Mohamed Ahmed Ali
I have completed my PhD from Keele University, UK, on 2002 and currently have ongoing Research Fellowship at Keele from 2004, and Fellow of the Roial Society, UK in 2004 until now. I am a professor of Medical Entomology at Zoology Department at El-Minia University, Egypt, (currently at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia).
My current research interest is “Mosquito Immunity and Biocontrol”, aiming at utilizing bio-agents as well as the immunity of mosquito vectors against mosquito-borne diseases. I have successfully achieved several granted research projects, and got two currently ongoing granted projected (1.6 million Saudi Riyals each) for bio-controlling mosquito vectors and producing natural antibiotics against the American Foal broad (AFB) in honey bees.