Prof. Dr. Hanem Khater is a Professor of Parasitology, Benha University, Egypt, writer and academic author, reviewer, and editor. She studied for her doctoral degree, at the University of Missouri- Columbia USA. She got the award of “The best scientific Ph.D. dissertation” from Zagazig University. She worked at the School of Biological Sciences, Bristol, England, UK for controlling insects of medical and veterinary importance supported by Newton- Mosharafa Fund, The British Council. She published several papers in impacted journals and chapters in international textbooks. She organized several international conferences and orally presented research papers at them. She is the leading editor of “Natural Remedies in the Fight against Parasites”, and the sole editor for “From Local to Global Impact of Mesquites”. Moreover, she is the Egyptian PI of a project “Ecosmart Alternative Control Strategies against Theileria annulata and its Tick Vectors” funded by LEAP Agri.
Dr. Hanem Khater research interests are The novel, safe, and natural approaches for the fight against parasites especially arthropods of medical, veterinary, and agricultural importance.