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Maged el-Setouhy

Professor of Public Health, Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine 

Medical Degree:

  • M. B, B. Ch., Grade Very Good, Honor, December 1981. Ain Shams University, Faculty of Medicine. Cairo, Egypt.

  • Master degree in Ocupational Medicine. Department of Public Health. Grade Very Good, May 1986. Ain Shams University. Faculty of Medicine. Cairo, Egypt.

  • Doctor degree in Occupational Medicine. Department of Public Health. April 1993. Ain Shams University, Faculty of Medicine. Cairo, Egypt.

  • Diploma in Hospital Administration and Management, May 1998. Faculty of Commerce, Helwan University. Cairo, Egypt.

Biography:

  • Birthday & place: 23 - 9 - 1957, Cairo, Egypt.

  • Work: Department of Public Health. Ain Shams University. Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt.

  • Home: 4 Abdel Hakim El-Gammal Street, Buildings of Military Engineers. Rabaa El-Adawih, Naser City, Cairo, Egypt.

  • Telephone: Home: +202 261 3624; Department: +202 685 3276; Cell: +2010 178 3248; Department: +202 483 7888

  • E-mail: setouhy@hretie.com  

  • Marital status: Married, spouse is a pathologist; MD and have three children (the oldest is 17years old and the youngest is 11 years old).

Jobs:

  • 01-03-1982 till 28-02-1983: House officer, Ain Shams University and Ministry of Health hospitals.

  • 01-03-1983 till 22-11-1983: General Practitioner in Ministry of Health.

  • 23-11-1983 till 09-08-1986: Demonstrator in Department Public Health. Faculty of Medicine. Ain Shams University.

  • 10-08-1986 till 26-09-1993: Assistant lecturer in Department of Public Health. Faculty of Medicine. Ain Shams University.

  • 27-09-1993 till 27-09-1998: Lecturer in Department of Public Health. Faculty of Medicine. Ain Shams University.

  • 28-09-1998 till 30-9-2003: Assistant professor in Department of Public Health. Faculty of Medicine. Ain Shams University.

  • 1-10-2003 till present: Professor Department of Public Health. Faculty of Medicine. Ain Shams University.

Temporary Assignments:

  • Epidemiologist, senior epidemiologist and member of the administrative board of the Research and Training Center on Vector of Diseases (RTC), Ain Shams University, from 1983 till 1987 and since 1994 till now I am working as head of the human epidemiology team in the same center.

  • Professor in Institute of Environmental Studies and Researches (post graduate institute), Ain Shams University, since 1994 till now.

  • Lecturer in the High Institute of Nursing, Ain Shams University 1995 till 1997.

  • WHO head quarter temporary advisor and WHO EMRO consultant for the Global Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination programme since July 1999 till now.

  • WHO EMRO chairman for the RPRG (Regional Programme Reviewing Group) for the Global Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination programme, since December 2002 till now.

Assignments in Scientific Projects:

  • Field epidemiologist in the project "Epidemiology and Control of Arthropod-Borne Diseases in Egypt". Research contract no: NO1 Al 226677/NIH- NIAID between Ain Shams University and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA.

  • Senior epidemiologist in the project; "Evaluation of the impact of inserting schistosomal school-based health education model into routine screening and treatment activities: a randomized community trial" from June, 1994 till April, 1996. Funded by Schistosomiasis Research Project (SRP) between the Egyptian Ministry of Health and USAID, Grant Agreement Number (10- 15-90).

  • Senior epidemiologist and head of the epidemiology team in the project; "Protective Immunity in Human Filariasis". It is funded by NIH (project OU1- AI35855), from 1994 till now.

  • Senior Epidemiologist and Statistical Data Analyst in the project; "Impact of Outdoor Air Pollution on Anthropometery of Preschool Children in an Urban City - A Preliminary Study". It is funded by National Population Council (NPC), from February 1998 till February 1999.

  • Head of the epidemilogy team and data mangaer in "Researach for Elimination of Human Filariasis" funded by the NIH USA. Project Number 1U01 A1 45505-1. Since 2000 till now.

  • Program Manager of the Egypt smoking smoking prevention project (Fogarty’s Grant 1R01 TW 05944 -01).

  • Co Invistigator for a Training project on research ethics funded by the NIH

Membership of Scientific Societies and Ethical Committees:

  • Member of the administration team of the Research and Training Center on Vector Born Diseases (RTC), Ain Shams University (a WHO collaborating center).

  • Member of the Ethical committee of Ain Shams University.

  • Member of the administration team of the Egyptian Society of Occupational Medicine.

  • Member of the Egyptian Society of Community Medicine.

Teaching:

  • Teaching epidemiology, medical statistics, public health, and environmental sciences for postgraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine and Institute of Environmental Sciences and Researches, Ain Shams University since 1994 till now.

  • Teaching public health, statistics, epidemiology computer sciences, and environmental sciences for the under graduate students, Faculty of Medicine and High Institute of Nursing Ain Shams University.

Supervision of Researches:

  1. MD thesis "The role of heredity and environmental factors in determining the prevalence of lymphatic filariasis in an endemic area". Department of Community Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  2. MD thesis "Assessment of transmission of hepatitis C virus in invasive procedures" Department of Community Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  3. MD thesis "Evaluation of four years of mass drug administration for elimination of lymphatic filariasis" Department of Community Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  4. Master degree thesis "Poliomyelitis, Vaccine Efficacy". Department of Community Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  5. Master degree thesis "Incidence and fate of filarial antigenaemia among endemic normals in Shebin Al-Kanater, Qaliubia, Egypt". Department of Community Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  6. Master degree thesis "Effect of exposure to Toxoplasma gondii among married female workers in the poultry slaughter houses". Department of Medical Sciences, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Researches, Ain Shams University.

  7. Master degree thesis "Effect of occupational chronic lead exposure on the kidney function". Nephrology Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

  8. Master degree thesis "Some applications of statistics in Dermatology". Department of Skin and Venereal Diseases, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University.

Published Articles in the last ten years:

  1. Health profile of a group of preparatory school children in a rural village in Nile Delta. Stage I. Ain Shams 19Th International Medical Congress. Cairo, Egypt. February 1996. Proceedings: 121 - 135.

  2. Proportionate mortality among Egyptian adolescents, youth and middle aged in 1981 - 1992. Egyptian Journal of Community Medicine, September 1996, 14 (2): 147- 159.

  3. Toxoplasmosis among married female workers in poultry slaughter houses in Cairo. A cross sectional study. Egyptian Journal of Community Medicine, September 1997, 15 (2): 21-29.

  4. Bancroftian filariasis in Egypt: Visualization of adult worms and subclinical lymphatic pathology by scrotal ultrasound. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 1998, 59: 864-867.

  5. Evaluation of school based health education model in Schistosomiasis: a randomized community trial. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 1998, 4(2): 265-275.

  6. A longitudinal study of bancroftian filariasis in the Nile delta of Egypt: Baseline data and one year follow-up. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 1999, 61: 53-58.

  7. Blood pressure pattern and prevalence of hypertension among Egyptian primary school children, Abbasia district, Cairo Governorate. Ain Shams Medical Journal, 1999, 50: 1041-1061.

  8. Renal replacement therapy in Egypt: first annual report of the Egyptian Society of Nephrology, 1996. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 1999, 5(5): 1023-1029.

  9. The impact of single-dose diethylcarbamazine treatment of bancroftian filariasis in a low-endemicity setting in Egypt. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2002; 67(2):196-200.

  10. Fair Benefits for Research in Developing Countries. Science. 2002; 298: 2133-34

  11. Stigma reduction and improved knowledge and attitudes towards filariasis using a comic book for children. Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(1): 55 – 65.

  12. Egyptian Smoking Prevention Researcg Institute (ESPRI): Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1009 – 1017.

  13. Nicotine dependance among adult male smokers in rural Egypt: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1019 – 1030.

  14. Prevalence of smoking among rural secondary school students in Qualyobia governorate: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1031 – 1050.

  15. Review on waterpipe smoking: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1051 – 1071.

  16. Waterpipe (Shisha) smoking in cafés in Egypt: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1073 – 1085.

  17. Impact of religious rullings (fatwa) on smoking: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1087 – 1101.

  18. University advocacy on tobacco prevention in Egypt: parnerhip between Ain Shams University and the Egyptian Smoking Prevention Research Institute (ESPRI): Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1103 – 1110.

  19. Smoking prevention and treatment in Egypt: Journal of the Egyptian society of parasitology, 2003, 33(3) supplement: 1111 – 1120.

  20. Lymphatic filariasis in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: current status and prospects for elimination (Invited Paper): Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 2003, 9(4): 534 – 541.

  21. Relationships between Wuchereria bancrofti microfilaria counts in human blood and parasite uptake and maturation in Culex pipiens, with observations on the effects of diethylcarbamazine treatment on these parameters: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2003,68(3): 286 – 293.

  22. A ranomzied clinical trial comparing single- and multible-dose combination therapy with Diethylcarbamzine and Albendazole for treatment of Bancroftian filariasis: American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2004,70(2): 191-196.

  23. Duplex Doppler sonographic assessment of the effects of diethylcarbamazine and albendazole therapy on adult filarial worms and adjacent host tissues in Bancroftian filariasis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2004(4): 471- 477.

  24. Towards a Strategic Plan for Research to Support the Global Program to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis. Identified by the Filariasis Community of Scientists inAssociation with an "LF Research Forum". Convened in Philadelphia, December 9–10, 2003. Supplement to the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2004, 71 (5) Supplement.