Dr. Einas Mohamed Ahmed Eisawy Yousef

د. ايناس محمد أحمد يوسف

Position : Faculty Member
Email : einas.m@dau.edu.sa
Phone : 011-4949198
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Summary of his biography :

Einas Yousef

I am a medical doctor who trained in Histology with Ph.D. from University of Montreal, Canada in molecular biology. Currently, I am an assistant professor of Histology, Head of research unit, Dar Al-Uloom University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
After finishing the faculty of medicine (Excellent with honor), I worked for more than ten years as demonstrator then assistant lecturer then lecturer in the teaching basic medical science (Histology) for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, Egypt. I obtained my Master degree in Histology in October 2007 (Excellent with honor). I was also fortunate to do my Ph.D. in the university of Montreal, on biomarkers of breast cancer, that added more experience to my scientific knowledge. My teaching experience includes traditional and problem based (PBL) curriculums beside good practice of the assessment work. In addition to the teaching experience, my research work has been internationally acknowledged as some of my publications have found entry into high ranked journals.

Title Date Major Organization
BSc2003MedicineMenoufia University
MSc2008HistologyMinufia University
PhD2016MedicineUniversite de Montreal
Title Organization Date From Date To
Lecturer of HistologyFaculty of medicine, Menofia University27-02-201603-09-2017
Assistant Lecturer of HistologyFaculty of medicine, Menofia University01-04-200801-02-2016
Demonstrator of HistologyFaculty of medicine, Menofia University01-07-200401-04-2008
Title Publish Date Journal
Annexin A1: A Potential Biomarker for Aggressive Types of Breast Cancer01-09-2012The Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine.
Matrix Metalloproteinase 9 (MMP9); a Potential Predictive Biomarker of Metastatic Breast Cancer01-10-2013The Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. (An Abstract)
Deregulated Expression of ANXA1 in Human High-Grade Breast Cancers01-11-2013Journal of molecular biomarker and diagnosis
MMP-9 expression varies according to molecular subtypes of breast cancer01-08-2014BMC cancer
DEAD-box Helicase DP103, an Essential Regulator of NEMO SUMOylation and NFkB Activation, Defines the Metastatic Potential of Human Breast Cancers01-08-2014Journal of Clinical Investigation
Galectin signatures contribute to the heterogeneity of breast cancer and provide new prognostic information and therapeutic targets01-02-2016Oncotarget
Abstract P4-08-03: DEAD-box RNA helicase DP103 as a novel regulator of Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway and promotes cancer stem cell-like behavior in triple negative breast cancers15-12-2016Cancer Research
MCM2: an alternative to Ki-67 for measuring breast cancer cell proliferation01-01-2017Modern Pathology
PPARγ Ligand-induced Annexin A1 Expression Determines Chemotherapy Response via Deubiquitination of Death Domain Kinase RIP in Triple Negative Breast Cancers01-08-2017Molecular Cancer Therapeutics
MCM2, MCM4, and MCM6 in Breast Cancer: Clinical Utility in Diagnosis and Prognosis01-08-2019Neoplasia
Shift work and risk of skin cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis06-02-2020Scientific Report
Clinical Significance of Expression Changes and Promoter Methylation of PLA2R1 in Tissues of Breast Cancer Patients01-08-2020International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Potential Diagnostic and Prognostic Utility of miR-141, miR-181b1, and miR-23b in Breast Cancer14-11-2020International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Effects of bee venom and dopamine-loaded nanoparticles on reserpine-induced Parkinson’s disease rat model27-10-2021Scientific reports
Performance of Children with Johanson-Blizzard Syndrome After Cochlear Implantation04-11-2021Cureus
Title From To Note
Research Committe12-10-2017
Academic advising13-09-2017
Title Donor Date
Scholarship from Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FESP)Université de Montréal01-09-2010
Scholarship from the Egyptian supreme councilThe Egyptian supreme council01-03-2012
Bourse de fin d’études doctoralesUniversité de Montréal01-09-2014