Dr. Al-Shorbagy is an Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University, and the biology discipline lead at the School of Pharmacy, NewGiza University. He has a solid background in the field of neuropharmacology and is currently involved in a research project funded by the STDF covering the development and characterization of a therapeutic vaccine intended for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. The multidisciplinary aspect of his research encompasses molecular mechanisms involved in various inflammatory disorders and diabetes. Dr. Al-Shorbagy is also involved in the development and validation of orthogonal testing protocols for quality/safety assessment of biopharmaceuticals in partnership with the Bioanalysis Research Group at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University.
Al-Shorbagy has worked as a member of the pharmacology committee offering technical consultancy to the Central Agency of Pharmaceutical Affairs at the Egyptian Ministry of Health. He is also the Google Team Technical Lead for the FOPCU and the ex-director of the Faculty of Pharmacy IT Computer Center
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