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Sohail S. Soliman
Zoologist and Mammalogist
Tuesday 27 January 2004, by Web Team
Recent experience: Assistant Professor of Animal Ecology, Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. Assistant Professor of Animal Ecology at the Department of Biology, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, The United Arab Emirates (September 1993 - June 1999). Conducted Summer training at the Cytogenetic Laboratory, Duke University Medical Center (DUMC), Durham, North Carolina, U.S.A. (July-August 1995). Taught undergraduate courses in Basic Ecology, Animal Ecology, Man and Environment, Vertebrates, Animal Biology (Chordates), Histology and Comparative Anatomy, Agricultural Biology, Morphology of Living Organisms, Animal Behavior, Fauna of the United Arab Emirates, Organic Evolution. Taught graduate courses in Animal ecology, Zoogeography, Animal Adaptation to Desert Environment, Wildlife Management, Desert Ecology. Consultant, Division of Medical Zoology, U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit; NAMRU-3, Cairo (1990-1991). Person in charge of the reference collection of mammals in the Department of Zoology, Ain Shams University, known as Wassif’s Collection. Conducts research on the ecology and taxonomy of desert small mammals.

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