Abdalla Ahmed Elbashir
Department of Chemistry
University of Khartoum
Dr. Abdalla Ahmed Elbashir is a professor of Chemistry, at University of Khartoum, Sudan. Prof. Elbashir received his PhD from University Science Malaysia (USM), at Penang, Malaysia. Prof. Elbashir has been awarded the prize for the best Ph.D. thesis in pure science from (USM).Prof. Elbashir has obtained a Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers during which he has conducted a research at Duisburg-Essen University (Germany). Prof. Elbashir is a member of the Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Prof. Elbashir is considered as a leading scientist in capillary electrophoresis (CE) and related techniques; he established and adapted several CE techniques for pharmaceutical analysis and for chiral separations. Prof. Elbashir published a book entitled Capillary Electrophoresis Methods in Pharmaceutical Analysis (Lambert academic publishing). Prof. Elbashir has published more than 75 papers in internationally refereed journals and participated in more than 20 international conferences in Europe and Asia. The main research interest of Prof. Elbashir is in the area of analytical chemistry with emphasis on developing chiral separation protocols using HPLC, CE and CEC. Prof. Elbashir has organized/instructed a number of short training courses on application of instrumental techniques (FTIR, AAS, GC and HPLC) in petroleum and pharmaceutical analysis. Additionally, he has been involved in teaching Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation for undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as General Chemistry. Three PhD and 10 master students have been graduated from Prof. Elbashir research group, and currently acting as main supervisor of 5 PhD and 5 master students working in various filed of analytical chemistry.
Analysis of polyamines and proteins as cancer biomarkers, using CE-LIF, CE-MS, and Development of sample preparation techniques for determination of pesticide residues, mycotoxins, acrylamides, and bisphenol in food, and environmental samples.