Dr. Eman Zahran has more than 15 years of experience in Fish diseases & Management. Beside her research experience in that area, she has teaching experience primarily related to teaching fish diseases and fish management and welfare to DVM students. Her reputation as an expert on work and organizations is based on her successful academic and professional career. Dr. Zahran holds a DVM degree from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University. She obtained her Master degree in 2004 in Fish diseases (Fish diseases & Management) from School of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University and obtained her PhD (2010) in fish diseases from College of veterinary medicine, North Carolina state University, USA and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt (Joint supervision PhD program). In 2012, Dr. Zahran served as a postdoc visiting scientist in Scottish Fish Immunology Center, School of biological sciences, Aberdeen University, Scotland, UK. In 2013, Dr. Zahran awarded “Mohamed Faisal Award of Excellence in Aquatic Animal Medicine”. In 2015, Dr. Zahran served as a postdoc visiting scientist in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich. Dr. Zahran awarded more than one project from international agencies and grants in association with foreign countries. Dr. Zahran is currently a Fish diseases & Management associate professor in Department of Internal Medicine, Infectious and Fish Diseases, Mansoura University. She is an author of more than 15 scientific publications in this field, including peer reviewed articles, and conference papers. She is a member of World Aquaculture Society (WAS), American Fisheries Society (AFS) and a reviewer of many international Fish related journals. She is a member of the editorial board of “Advanced Journal of Agricultural Research” and the executive Secretary of Annals of Veterinary and Animal Science (AVAS). During her positions in North Carolina State University, USA and Scottish Fish Immunology Center, Aberdeen University, Scotland, UK; Dr. Zahran has emphasized the importance of collaboration with other biomedical scientists, clinicians, chemists, physicists and engineers. Not only does collaboration increase the overall success of bench top results, it also broadens one’s horizon with respect to cultural diversity and appreciate how this often impacts intralaboratory progress, research ethics, and ultimately policy relating to biomedical issues.
Fish diseases, Fish Immunology, Fish toxicology, Fish Management (aquaculture pollution ex.,heavy metals, pesticides, Feed additive for fish diets), Fresh water and marine water fish aquaculture.