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Mohamed Hadi Mohamed Abdelhamid


Personal information 

 Name : Mohamed H.M. Abdelhamid 

 Date of Birth : 7

th of July 1982 

 Nationality : Libyan 

 Gender : Male 

 Marital Status : married 

 Resident of : Toulouse - France

 Tel No : Mobile + 33680828853 

 E – Mail : Moh9363@gmail.com 

 : Mohamed.abdelhamid@univ-tlse3.fr 

Education and training 

- BSc. Animal production sciences, University of Tripoli, Tripoli –Libya 2003. 

- MSc. Animal Reproductive Physiology science. University of Tripoli Tripoli – Libya 2010. 

- Training course in artificial insemination in farm animals, Caser Bengsher – Libya 2009. 

- Training course in hours artificial insemination and reproductive physiology, academic artificial insemination in hours Aski Sheir. Turkey 2012. 

- Training course in French language, CAVILAM - Alliance Françoise Center. Vichy - France 2014-2015. 

- Training course in French language, Alliance Française Center. Toulouse – France 2015. 

- Courses in reproduction physiology, university of Paris 7 (Paris Diderot). Paris 2015.

Training courses in DIU Male infertility and assisted procreation, hospital of Toulouse. Toulouse – France 2015. 

- PhD. Dept Biology, Medicine and Health. Specialty Physiopathology, “Ecole doctoral, Biologie – Santé Biotechnologie (BSB)” - University Paul Sabatier (Toulouse III). Toulouse- France 2019

 

Languages 

o Native Arabic, excellent in reading, conversation and writing in Arabic. 

o Very good in reading, conversation and writing in English language. 

o Excellent in reading, conversation and writing in French language. 

Skills 

o DNA Extraction. 

o Sperms cells isolation. 

o Analysis of chromosomal abnormalities by Fluorescence in 

Situ Hybridization sperm. 

o TUNEL and SCSA technique. 

o Companies Management. 

o Writing reports. 

o Data analyses 

Hobbies 

Reading books - Internet navigation – sport.


Journal articles1 document

  • Mohamed Hadi Mohamed Abdelhamid, Camille Esquerre-Lamare, Marie Walschaerts, Gulfam Ahmad, Roger Mieusset, et al.. Experimental mild increase in testicular temperature has drastic, but reversible, effect on sperm aneuploidy in men: A pilot study.. Reproductive biology, 2019, 19 (2), pp.189-194. ⟨10.1016/j.repbio.2019.06.001⟩. ⟨hal-03018190⟩

Theses1 document

  • Mohamed Hadi Mohamed Abdelhamid. Effets de facteurs exogènes sur les gamètes masculins et leur génome : conséquences potentielles d'une élévation modérée de la température des testicules et des épididymes sur la qualité du gamète. Reproduction sexuée. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019TOU30054⟩. ⟨tel-02896373v1⟩