Curriculum Vitae

PROF. DR. MOHAMED ALI SEYED, M.S. PhD

Dept.of Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine

University of Tabuk

Tabuk 47713, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Telephone: +966-44248379; Ext: 4043

Fax: +966-44262597

Mobile: +966-540279419 (Whatsapp:+60133340002

E-mail: sdmdali.ali@gmail.com

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name

:

MOHAMED ALI SEYED MOHAMED

Birth Date/Place of Birth

:

08 June 1963/Tamil Nadu/India

  Citizenship

:

  Indian

 

  Passport details

:

 K2219328 (Date of Issue: 23/03/2012 & Date of Expiry: 22/03/2022)

 

  Immigration status

:

  US Permanent Resident (A#098-734469)

 

Research Interest

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Photo Dynamic Therapy, Cancer Signaling, Natural Products Cancer immunotherapy

h-index

:

31

i10-index

 

74

Total citations

:

4622

Citations

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=GJII7bgAAAAJ

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

Doctor of Philosophy

Area                                Biochemistry

Date                                September 2002

Institution Name              Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore

 

 

Masters of Science (M.S) (By Research)

Area                                Anatomy (Anatomy and Cell Biology)

Date                                May  1997

Institution Name              National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

Master of Philosophy (M.Phil)

Area                                Biological Sciences

Date                                May  1988

Institution Name              Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India

May 1988

Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India

Master of Science (M.Sc)

Area                                Biological Sciences

Date                                May  1987

Institution Name              Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India

 

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)

Area                                Education

Date                                May  1989

Institution Name              Alagappa University, Karaikudi, India

 

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)

Area                                Biological Sciences

Date                                May  1985

Institution Name             Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India

 

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATION

More than 20 years of experience in:

Modules taught in medical  School

Teaching undergraduate students, Biochemistry portion of NHM, AHM, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Endocrine, Reproductive, Urinary, Central

Nervous System,Musculoskeletal System. Medical Genetics and few topics of Lab Medicine 

Clinical Biochemistry.

 

 

 

Subjects taught in Pharmacy School

Teaching undergraduate students, Pharmacology, Basic Clinical Biochemistry,

Cancer Biology, Pathology, Immunology, Nervous System,  Toxicology, Other Body

System Therapy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ayurveda (Traditional medicine) etc.

 

Subjects taught in Biotechnology School

Teaching Undergraduate students, Biochemistry, Cancer Biology,

Nanobiotechnology, Stem Cell Technology, Animal Biotechnology, Protein Engineering, Cell Biology.

Research & Supervision

Supervising and training Graduates, Undergraduates, and technicians.

WORKING EXPERIENCE/PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

02/2016 – present

 Professor, Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.

 

 

09/2013 - 01/2016   

 Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, University Kembangsaan Malaysia (UKM), The  National University of Malaysia.

 

07/2013 - 09/2013

Professor, School of Life Sciences, B.S. Abdur Rahman University (BSAU),  Chennai, India.

 

05/2011 - 07/2013

Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Rajalakshmi Engineering College (REC),  Chennai, India.

 

10/2009 - 04/2011

 Professor & Head, Department of Biotechnology, SRM University, Chennai, India.

10/2010 - 12/2010

Visiting Foreign Senior Research Scientist, Korean Research Institute for

Biosciences and Biotechnology (KRIBB), Ochang, South Korea.

 

08/2007 - 05/2009

Senior Scientist, National Cancer Centre (NCCS) Singapore.

 

01/2005 - 07/2007

Asst.Professor(R/T) Emory University, School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA.

 

12/2002 - 12/2004

Postdoctoral  Research  Fellow,  Dept.  of  Molecular  and Cellular Oncology, University of Texas (UT)- MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, USA.

 

Administrative Positions

09/2016 – present  Head, Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Tabuk,  Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.

09/2013- 01/2016, Head, Basic Medical Sciences Division, Faculty of Pharmacy,

The National University of Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia.

 

07/2013 – 02/2014 managed the school as a Professor & Dean, School of Life Sciences and  Technology, for short term and framed the UG syllabus B.Tech/Biotechnology),  B.S  Abdur Rahman University,  (BSAU) Chennai, India.

 

 

05/2011 – 04/2012 Head, Dept. of Biotechnology, Rajalakshmi Engineering  College  (REC), Chennai, India.

 

 

10/2009 - 11/2010 Head, Dept. of Biotechnology, SRM University, Chennai, India.

 

 

       

 

 

 

 

                          TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

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Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, University Kembangsaan Malaysia (UKM), The National University of  Malaysia.

 

Professor, School of Life Sciences, B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent University (BSAU), Chennai, India.

 

Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Rajalakshmi Engineering College (REC), Chennai, India.

 

Professor & Head, Department of Biotechnology, SRM University,Chennai, India

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AWARDS

No.

Awards

From

Date

1.

2001 Young Scientist Award (Best Research Paper & Oral Presentation), 8th World Congress of   Photomedicine by Oncologic Foundation of Buffalo, Inc.

2.

2001  ESP Fellowship A ward, 2001, European Society for Photobiology.

3.

2001 Lee Foundation Award, 2001 to attend 9th ESP Congress on Photobiology held in Norway.

4.

2003 Team Anderson Award, 2003, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston,  Texas.

 

 

5.

2012 Albert Einstein Achievement Award for Research, IET (UK), network YPS (Chennai  Chapter) and many more not listed here.

 

REVIEWER

  Annals of New York Academy of Sciences

  PLOS ONE

  Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology

  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

  International Journal of Oncology

  International Journal of Molecular Medicine

  Molecular Medicine Reports

  Anticancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry

  Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry

  Journal of Nanobiotechnology

  Environmental Toxicology

  Plant Biotechnology

  Biomedical Research International

  Malaysian Applied Biology Journal

  Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology (and Guest Editor)

 Natural Product Research

Invited Lecture

  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2019). Applied Medical Sciences: "Fusing Science with Medicine" Biomedical Degree Makes a difference by adopting PBL. Faculty of Appl.Med.Sci. University of Tabuk, Jan 21, 2019.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2019). Therapeutic Potential of bioactive priciples from Ocimum basilicum for the prevention and management for neurodegenerative Diseases. International Conference of Basic and Clinical Researches on neurodegenerative diseases, Yangtze University, Wuhan, People Republic China, November 22-26, 2019.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "One day “Special Seminar on Medical Physics Applications and Development of a handheld device for cancer detection “ 30tht July, 2018, organized by the PG & Research Department of Zoology, APA college of Arts, Science and Culture Palani, India.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "One day “Special Seminar on Cancer Prevention and Pharmacogenomics“ 31st July, 2018, organized by the PG & Research Department of Zoology, APA college of Arts, Science and Culture, Palani, India.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "One day “Invited Guest Lecture on Pharmaceuticals“ 3rd August, 2018, organized by Department of Pharmacology, C. L. Mehta College of Pharmacy, Karapakkam, Old Mahabalipuram, Chennai, India. Title: “The pharmaceutical industry and the process of drug discovery: Natural products as lead molecules”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "One day “Invited Guest Lecture on “Development of an improved algorithm based new handheld device for disease detection” 3rd August, 2018, organized by Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, MNM Jain College of Engineering, Karapakkam, Old Mahabalipuram, Chennai, India.

 

  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "Two day “International Conference of Bioengineering on “Technology Development on Agriculture, Natural Products, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green World (ICTDGW-18)” on February 21st and 22nd, 2018” organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode, India. Invited lecture on the topic “A novel and improved polyvinyl alcohol/Chitosan-based tissue engineered scaffolds for corneal limbal stem cells delivery and tissue engineering applications”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "Three day “International Conference of Bioengineering on Health and Environment (ICBHE-2018)" organized by Sathyabama University between 08"-10" January 2018. Invited lecture on the topic “Transportation of plasma membrane bound RTK receptors and Myb to nucleus through endocytosis".
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2017). "Two day International conference on “Technology Development on Agriculture, Natural Products, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green World (ICTDGW-17)” on February 21st and 22nd, 2017.” organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode. Invited lecture on the topic “The effect of Betulinic Acid on the expression pattern of nitric oxide in immune organs of rats: Is there a role in therapeutic immunomodulation in the cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2016). "Two day International conference on “Technology Development on Agriculture, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green World (ICTDAEEGW-16)” on February 18th and 19th , 2016.” organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode. Invited lecture on the topic “Photosensitizing herbs vs Phyllanthus species as potential therapeutic immunomodulators in cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2015).  ASEAN PharmNET, the 1st ASEAN PharmNet, Bangkok, Thailand, December 2-4, 2016. Special lecture (Biopharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology): Clinical potentials of photosensitizing herbs vs Phyllanthus species on cancer treatment.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2015). "International Conference on Technology Development on Agriculture, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green" World” organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college ofEngineering for Women, Thiruchengode on February 23-24, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Tapping the opportunity of plant derived natural products for Cancer Prevention and Therapy”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2015). International Conference on Recent Advances in Bionano-Science and Technology, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Hindusthan College of Arts and Sciences & Institute Technology, Coimbatore, India held between on Feb 25-26, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Tumor-lysate pulsed dendritic cells in combination with photodynamic therapy for cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2015). International Conference on “Natural Products for Human Diseases” organized by the CAS Botany, University of Madras from Jan 28-30, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Natural Photosensitizers on Human diseases: A special focus on tumor-lysate pulsed antigen presenting cells in combination with photodynamic therapy for cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2014). International Conference on Natural Products 2014, organized by the Faculty of Pharmacy, UniversitiKebanngsaan Malaysia (UKM), Kulalumpur, held between on March 17-18, 2014 at Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Resort Putrajaya, Malaysia, Topic: Natural products in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment: A special focus on Photodynamic Diagnosis and Therapy.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2014).Two day International Conference on Nanobio, Biomimetic materials and its applications, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Hindusthan College of Arts and Sciences, Coimbatore, India held between on Feb 27-28, 2014. Topic: Lysosomal/Mitochondrial Cross-Talk in Photodynamic Therapy Induced Cell Death in Cancer Cells.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2014). Invited lecture on “Writing a good research paper for reputed journals” organized by Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode on February 24, 2014.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013).The 2nd International and 7th National Conference of Society of Wound Care and Research (SWCR) Wound Care Con, organized by the Department of Plastic Surgery, JIPMER, Puducherry, India held between on October 11-13, 2013. Topic: Photodynamic dynamic diagnosis and therapy for Cancer wounds.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013). Five day workshop on “Recent Trends in Ecological Testing Techniques” organized by Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India, held between on September 11-15, 2013.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013). Oneday faculty development programme on effective Research Grant Writing organized by Hindustan College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, India, held on 31st July, 2013.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013). One day workshop on effective Grant Writing organized by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IE T), Chennai Local Network, Chennai, India, held on 16th February, 2013, Topic: Sowing Seeds to Nurture the Young Research Aspirants. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013). CME on Wound Update e, held on Feb 6, 2013, JIPMER, Pondicherry, Indi a. Topic:“Stem Cells and Wound Care ”.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2013). International Conference on Bioengineering (ICBE -2013), Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai, India, held on Jan 2 -4, 2013. Topic: PhotolonTM- Photosensitization induces apoptosis via RO - mediated cross-talk between mitochondria and lysosomes.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2012). Department of Biotechnology, Maonmanium University, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India, 2nd November, 2012,Topic: Cellular and Biomolecular Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2012). Sengunthar College of Arts and Science, Tiruchengode, Tamilnadu, India, 28th September, 2012, Topic: Photodynamic Diagnosis and Therapy for Human Cancer. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2012). “SUPERCEN” (Sustainable Power & Energy Research Centre) Dr. M.G.R.  Educational&Research Institute-University, Maduravoyal  Chennai, July 3, 2012.   Topic:Grant writing skill s”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed. Bio-Indi a 2012. Vivekananda College of Enginering for Women, Elampalayam, Thiruchengode, Indi a, March 9 -12, 2012. Topic:“Nanotechnology Applications in Cancer Detection, Prevention and Treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed. Biokrieg, St.Michael College of Engineering and Technology (SMCET), Kalayarkoil, Indi a Feb 29, 2012. Topic: Nanobiotechnology Applications.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed. International Conference on Biomaterials, Implant Devices and Tissue Engineering (BIDTE -2012), Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai, India, Jan 6 -8, 2012. Topic: Nanotargetted approach to treat human cancer combining with photodynamic therapy.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2011). 98thIndian Science Congress, SRM University, Chennai, India Jan 3-7, 2011. Topic: Nanotechnology based Approach for early Detection and Targeted Photodynamic Therapy of Oral Cancer.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence (CCNE) at Emory University, Atlanta, April, 2007 Topic: “Translocation of membrane-bound transcription factor into nucleus: a receptor tyrosine kinase-mediated endocytosis.

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2019). Therapeutic Potential of bioactive priciples from Ocimum basilicum for the prevention and management for neurodegenerative Diseases. International Conference of Basic and Clinical Researches on neurodegenerative diseases, Yangtze University, Wuhan, People Republic China, November 22-26, 2019.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "Two day “International Conference of Bioengineering on “Technology Development on Agriculture, Natural Products, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green World (ICTDGW-18)” on February 21st and 22nd, 2018” organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode, India. Invited lecture on the topic “A novel and improved polyvinyl alcohol/Chitosan-based tissue engineered scaffolds for corneal limbal stem cells delivery and tissue engineering applications”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2018). "Three day “International Conference of Bioengineering on Health and Environment (ICBHE-2018)" organized by Sathyabama University between 08"-10" January 2018. Invited lecture on the topic “Transportation of plasma membrane bound RTK receptors and Myb to nucleus through endocytosis".
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2017). 5th International conference, “Technology Development on Agriculture, Energy & Environmental Engineering for Green World” on February 18th and 19th,2016, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode.. Invited lecture on the topic “The effect of Betulinic Acid on the expression pattern of nitric oxide in immune organs of rats: Is there a role in therapeutic immunomodulation in the cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2016). 5th International conference, “Technology Development on Agriculture, Energy & Environmental Engineering for Green World” on February 18th and 19th,2016, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode.. Invited lecture on the topic “Photosensitizing herbs vs Phyllanthus species as potential therapeutic immunomodulators in cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2015). Clinical potentials of photosensitizing herbs vs Phyllanthus species on cancer treatment Abstract Code: APN10161 The 1st International Conference on Pharmacy Education and Research Network of ASEAN December 2-4, 2015, The Landmark Bangkok, Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed  (2015).  International  Conference  on  “Natural  Products  for Human Diseases” organized by the CAS Botany, University of Madras from Jan 28-30, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Natural Photosensitizers on Human diseases: A special focus on tumor-lysate pulsed antigen presenting cells in combination with photodynamic therapy for cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2015). International Conference on Technology Development on Agriculture, Energy and Environmental Engineering for Green World” to be organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Vivekananda college of Engineering for Women, Thiruchengode on February 23-24, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Tapping the opportunity of plant derived natural products for Cancer Prevention and Therapy”.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2015). International Conference on Recent Advances in Bionano-Science and Technology, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Hindusthan College of Arts and Sciences & Institute Technology, Coimbatore, India to be held between on Feb 25-26, 2015. Invited lecture on the topic “Tumor-lysate pulsed dendritic cells in combination with photodynamic therapy for cancer treatment”.
  1. Mohamed  Ali-Seyed  (2014).International  Conference  on  Natural  Products  2014, organized  by the Faculty of        Pharmacy,Universiti Kebanngsaan Malaysia (UKM),Kulalumpur, held between on March 17-18, 2014 at Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Resort Putrajaya, Malaysia, Topic: Natural products in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment: A special focus on Photodynamic Diagnosis and Therapy.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2014).Two day International Conference on Nanobio, Biomimetic materials and its applications, organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Hindusthan College of Arts and Sciences, Coimbatore, India held between on Feb 27-28, 2014. Topic: Lysosomal/Mitochondrial Cross-Talk in PhotodynamicTherapy Induced Cell Death in Cancer Cells.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2013).The 2nd International and 7th National Conference of Society of Wound Care and Research (SWCR) Wound Care Con, organized by the Department of Plastic Surgery, JIPMER, Puducherry, India held between on October11-13, 2013.  Topic: Photodynamic dynamic diagnosis and therapy for Cancer wounds.
  1. Karthick V, Shruthi S, Kadalm ani B and M ohamed Ali S (2012). Grape compound Piceatannol induces mitochondria   mediated apoptosisin  breast   cancer cells. "Current Scenario in BioTechnology" from 27th to 29th September,2012. Proceedings ISBN978 -93-82563-27-3.pp165 -170.
  1. Mohamed        Ali-Seyed.       EmTech           India 2012. TechnologyReview          India-Annual EmTech  Conference  focused  on  emerging  technologies  and  their  impact. Bengalure, India, March 27 -28, 2012.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed. Bio-India 2012. Vivekananda College of Engineering for Wom en, Elampal ayam, Thiruchengode, India, March 9 -12, 2012.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed. Biokrieg, St.Michael College of Engineering and Technology (SM CE T), Kalayarkoil, Indi a Feb 29, 2012.
  1. Mohamed Ali. S (2012).International Conference on Biomaterials, Im plant devices and issue Engineering (B IDTE-2012), Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai, India, Jan 6-8, 2012.
  1. Mohamed  Ali-Seyed  (2011).98th  Indian Science  Congress,  SRM  University Chennai,India.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed (2010). Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India Jan 2-4, 2010.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Christopher D. Scharer Carlos S. M oreno. 2nd International Symposium on Cancer Metastasis and the Lympho vascul ar System, San Francisco, USA May 2-5, 2007.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Christopher D. Scharer Carlos S. Moreno. SOX4 Regulates Expression of Epidermal Growth F actor Receptor. 2nd International Symposium on Cancer Metastasis and the Lymphovascular System, San Francisco, USA May 2-5, 2007.
  1. Mohamed        Ali-Seyed,       Christopher D.  Scharer Carlos S.  Moreno.  Role of SOX4 in   the Epidermal        Growth   Factor   Receptor   Positive   Feedback   Loop Mechanisms in the Prostate Cancer. 4th Annual Scientific Research Symposium, Winship Cancer Institute, Atlanta October 26-27, 2006. (Poster #70).
  1. Veronica Henderson, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Hitoshi Kitayama, Marie Csete, Pengbo Li u, Carlos S Moreno Rap1: A Link Between Hypoxia, Prostate Cancer Progression and Metastasis. 4th Annual Scientific Research Symposium, Winship Cancer Institute, Atlanta October 26-27, 2006. (Poster #70).
  1. Mohamed   Ali-Seyed,   Christopher   D.   Scharer   Carl os   S.   Moreno.   SOX4 Participates in an Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Positive Feedback Loop.  Mechanisms and Models of Cancer. Cold Spri ng Harbour Meeting, NY, August 16-20, 2006. (Poster #24).
  1. Hui-Wen Lo*, Mohamed Ali-Seyed*, Yadi Wu and Mien-Chi e Hung. Nuclearcytopl asmic Trans port of EGF R Invol ves Receptor Endocytosis, Importin [[beta]]1 and CRM 1, 97t h AACR meeting held at Washington DC, April 1 -5, 2006. (A bst # LB-11).
  1. Hui-WenLo, Weiya-Xia, Mehmet Gunduz, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Yongkun Wei, Norisha STAT3 in the acti vation of iNOS/NO pathway.95th AACR meeting held at Orlando, FL, March 27-31, 2004. (Abst #1440).
  1. Olivo M, Ali SM, Soo K C. Photosensitization and mechanism of cell death induced by calphostin c. In: 9th Worl d Congress of the Int ernational Photodynamic Association.  Miyazaki, Japan; 2003
  1. Ali SM, Olivo M.        Cellular uptake, biodistribution and subcellular localization of Hypericin in human malignant cells. In: 30th American Society for Photobiology Annual Meeting.  Quebec, Canada, 2002
  1. Ali SM, Olivo M. Cellular uptake, bi odistribution and subcellular localizati on of Hypericin in human malignant cells. In: 30th Am erican Society for Phot obiol ogy Annual Meeting. Quebec, Canada; 2002.
  1. Ali S.M, Gan YY, S oo K.C and Oli vo.M (2001). P hotosensitizer induced death receptor - mediated apoptosis, 2001 International PDT conferenc e, Hong Kong, PR China, Dec ember 7-10.
  1. Ali S.M, Gan YY, Soo K.C and Oli vo.M (2001). PDT-m edi ated apoptosis in hum an tumor cells characterized by microscopy, 2001 International P DT conference, Hong Kong, PR China , Decem ber 7-10.
  1. Ali S.M, Olivo.M, Gan YY and S oo K. C (2001) Hydrogen P er oxide medi ated intracellul ar acidification of PDT-induced apoptosis by Hypericin and Hypocrelli ns. 9th Congress European Society for photobiology, Lillehammer, Norway, September 3-8.
  1. Ali S.M, Olivo.M, Gan YY and S oo K.C (2001) Redistribution of Cytochrome C Precedes the caspase-dependent formation of ultracondensed mitochondria, with a reduced inner membrane potential, in Hypocrellin and Hypericin induced apoptosis in nasopharyngeal carcinoma cells.9th Congress European Society for photobi ology, Lillehammer, Norway, September 3 -8
  1. Ali S.M, Oli vo.M, Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001) F as (CD95) dependent mechanisms of cell death following DNA damage i n human nasopharyngeal carcinom a cells using Hypocrellins. IPA 8th World Congress of Photomedicine, Vancouver, Canada, June 5-9.
  1. Ali S.M, Olivo.M, Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001). A photodynamic pathway to apoptosis induced by polycyclic aromatic ketone (hypericin) in human mucosal cell lines: possible relevance to photodynamic therapy. IPA 8th World Congress of Phoedicine, Vancouver, Canada, June5-9.
  1. Ali S.M, Oli vo.M and S oo K. C (2000) Apoptosis of human nasopharyngeal c arcinoma cells induced by photoacti vation of Hypocrellin A and Hypocrellin B. Thirteenth International Congress on Photobiology, SanFrancisco, California, USA, July 1 -6.
  1. Ali S.M, Oli vo.M and Soo K.C (2000) Phot odynamic induced apoptosis of nasopharyngeal cells using novel photosensitizers Hypericin, Hypocrellin A and B. Royal Australian College of Surgeons (AS C2000), Melbourne, Australia, May 7-12.
  1. Pervaiz S, Mohamed A Seyed, Jayashreekumari LH, JL, and Loh KW (1999). Cross -talk between caspas es and mitoc hondria in drug induced apoptosis. 26th Meeting of the F ederation of European Biochemical Sciences, June 19-24, Nice, France
  1. Mohamed A Seyed, Loh CH, Jayas hreekumari, JL,Dong H, Ki ni M  and Pervaiz S (1999) Activation of multiple  apoptotic  pathways accounts for the effectiveness of novel anti-tumor compounds.  AACR Annual Meeting,April  10  -14,1999, Philadelphia, USA.
  1. Ali SM, Leong SK (1998) Light and el ectronmicroscopic change in the morphology of the chicken thyroid and  ultimobranchial glands  after  oral administration of mycotoxin  Zearal  enone.5th  Malaysian  microscopy  society  conference,  25-26, November, Ipoh, Malaysia.
  1. Ali  SM,  Chan  AS,  Leong  SK  (1996)  Effects  oforal  exposure  of  mycotoxin Zearalenone on nitrergic activity in the chicken thymi: A histochemical and immunohistochemical study.10th international congress of histochemistry and cytochemistry, August  18 -23,  1996,  Kyoto International Hall, Kyoto, Japan
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leo ng SK (1996) Light and ultra structural changes in the chicken thymi aft er oral admi nistration of mycotoxin Zearal enone. 3rd Singapore Microscopy Society Conference, 3 April 1996, Singapore
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leo ng SK (1996) Light and ultra structural changes in the chicken thymi aft er oral admi nistration of mycotoxin Zearal enone. 3rd Singapore Microscopy Society Conference, 3 April 1996, Singapore
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1995) Effects of non -steroi dal mycotoxin Zearalenone on NADP H- diaphorase acti vity in the chick thymi. First Asia-Pacific Anatomical Conference, 17 -22 Dec, National Uni versity of Singapore
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1995) Expression of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) by macrophages in the chick thymus after oral admi nistration of mycotoxin Zearal enone. First Asia - Pacific Anatomical Conference 17 -22 Dec, National University of Singapore
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1995) Histochemical and im munohistochemical localization of nitrergic neuronal and non-neuronal cells in the chicken bursa of Fabricius. Firs Asia-Pacific Anatomical Conference 17 -22 Dec, National Uni versity of Singapore
  1. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1995) Histochemical localizati on of NADP H-diaphorase reacti vity in the chick parathyroid glands. First Asia-Paci fic Anatomical Conference 17 -22 Dec, National University of Singapore.

PEER REVIEWD PUBLICATIONS

  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2019). "Antiviral potentials of bioactive from phenomenal herb Andrographis paniculata: A comprehensive review on dealing the dengue and other viral in the traditional way". Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine (in press).
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed (2019). A Comprehensive Review on Phyllanthus derived Natural products as Potential Chemotherapeutic and Immunomodulators for a wide range of Human Diseases. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology. Publication date 2019/1/9.
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed, KavithaVijayaraghavan (2018). Evaluation of an improved chitosan scaffold cross-linked with polyvinyl alcohol and amine coupling through EDC-NHS for corneal applications. Open Access Maced J Med Sci. 2018 Sep 18;6(9):1561-1570. doi: 10.3889/oamjms.2018.322. eCollection 2018 Sep 25.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Ramaswamy Bhuvaneswari, Khee Chee Soo, Malini Olivo (2019). Nuclear and mitochondria-targeted photosensitizer enhances photodynamic effect and cell death. Mol Can; (Manuscript under revision). (Impact Factor: 5.88).
  1. Shimaa Ibrahim Abdelmenym Mohamed,Ibrahim Jantan, Mohd Azlan Nafiah, Mohamed Ali Seyed, Kok Meng Chan (2018). Dendritic cells pulsed with generated tumor cell lysate from Phyllanthus amarus Schum. & Thonn. induces anti-tumor immune response. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine   (2018) 18:232 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12906-018-2296-4.
  1. Shimaa, Mohamed Ali Seyed, Ibrahim Jantan (2019). Phyllanthus amarus and its marker compounds induce apoptosis in colon cancer HCT-116 cell lines through caspases–dependent pathway. Anticancer Agents Med Chem (Under Review).
  1. KavithaVijayaraghavan, Johanna Rajkumar, Mohamed Ali Seyed (2018). Phytochemical screening, free radical scavenging and antimicrobial potential of Chromolaena odorata leaf extracts against bacterial human skin and wound infections– a multispectrum perspective. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology 15: 103-112.
  1. KavithaVijayaraghavan, Mohamed Ali Seyed (2018). A novel and improved polyvinyl alcohol/Chitosan scaffold platform for corneal limbal stem cells delivery and tissue engineering applications. Annual Review and Research in Biology, 24(6): 1-16.
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, Ibrahim Jantan (2019). Chemopreventive and therapeutic potential of Resveratrol and its analoques in combating the cancer. J Agri Food Research (IF. 2.912) (submitted, under revision).
  1. Veronica M.Henderson,  Mohamed Ali Seyed, Hitoshi Kitayama, Marie Csete, Pengbo Liu and Carlos S. Moreno (2019) Characterization of Rap1 (small Gtpase protein) signaling and its role in prostate cancer. Cancer Research (Manuscript under revision) (Impact Factor: 9.329).
  1. Mohamed Ali Seyed, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, KavithaVijayaraghavan, Ibrahim Jantan (2019). Fishing of selected pipeline marine natural products for anticancer therapy: A review on their efficacy, clinical potential and molecular mechanisms. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IF.2.59) (Submitted, under revision).
  1. Pang Kai Le, Kavitha VijayaraghavanBadr Al Sayed, Mohammed Ali Seyed (2017). Betulinic Acid induced expression of NADPH-diaphorase in the immune organs of Mice: A possible role of nitric oxide in immunomodulation. Mol Med Rep. 2018 Feb;17(2):3035-3041. doi: 10.3892/mmr.2017.8262. Epub 2017 Dec 12. (IF: 1.7).
  1. Salah ELdeen Dafalla, Mohamed Ali Seyed, Nazik A Elfadil, and Osman M. Elmustafa (2017), A Computed Tomography-aided Clinical Report on Anatomical Variations of the Paranasal Sinuses. Int J Med Res & Health Sciences 6 (2), 24-33 (IF: 0.789).
  1. KavithaVijayaraghavan, Johanna Rajkumar, Mohamed Ali Seyed (2017). Efficacy of Chromolaena odorata leaf extracts for the healing of rat excision wounds. Veterinarni Medicina, 62, 2017 (10): 565–578(IF. 0.7).
  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, Ibrahim Jantan (2017). Plant derived herbals in cancer treatment and immunomodulation Journal of Immunology Research (IF. 2.88) (submitted).
  1. KavithaVijayaraghavan, Johanna Rajkumar, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, Mohamed Ali Seyed (2017). Chromolaena odorata – a neglected weed with wide spectrum of pharmacological activities. Mol Med Reports (IF.1.67) 15 (3), 1007-1016.
  1. Seyed MA,Jantan I, Bukhari SN, Vijayaraghavan K (2016). A Comprehensive Review on the Chemotherapeutic Potential of Piceatannol for Cancer Treatment with Mechanistic Insights. J Agric Food Chem. 2016 Feb 3; 64(4):725-37.
  1. Ibrahim Jantan, Syed Nasir Abbas Bukhari, Mohamed Ali Seyed Mohamed, Lam Kok Wai and Mohammed Ahmed Mesaik (2015). The Evolving Role of Natural Products from the Tropical Rainforests as a Replenishable Source of New Drug Leads. Book Chapter in Drug Discovery and Development. Imtech Open Access 2014 InTech Europe, info@intechopen.com | www.intechopen.com. (Book Chapter, http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/the-evolving-role-of-natural-products-from-the-tropical-rainforests-as-a-replenishable-source-of-new).
  2. Kavitha Vijayaraghavan, Johanna Rajkumar, Mohamed Ali Seyed (2016). Wound healing efficacy of Chromonelaodarata in animal model excision wound. Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med (IF 0.56) (submitted, under revision).
  3. Mohamed Ali Seyed, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, KavithaVijayaraghavan and Ibrahim Jantan (2016). Betulinic Acid - a promising potential pipeline drug for cancer therapy: A mini review on molecular mechanisms, recent developments and future perspectives. Chem Biol Drug Des. 2016 Apr;87(4):517-36. (IF. 2.485).
  4. Ibrahim Jantan, Syed Nasir-Bukhari and Mohamed Ali Seyed (2015) "Effects of Plants and Isolates of Celastraceae Family on Cancer Pathways" Anticancer Agents Med Chem. 2015;15(6):681-93. (IF. 2.939).
  5. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Syed Nasir-Bukhari, Ibrahim Jantan (2014). Anti-cancer properties of a novel naturally occurring styryl lactone Goniothalamin and its molecular mechanisms. Biomed Res Int. 2014; 2014:536508. (IF.2.706).
  6. KavithaVijayaraghavan,S.Mohamed Ali, R.Maruthi (2013). Studies on phytochemical screening and antioxidant activity of Chromonellaodorata and Annona Squamosa. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (ISSN: 2319-8753) Vol 2 (12): not yet allotted. (Impact Factor 1.672).
  7. SindujaS,Kalaichelvan P, Balakumaan M, Kavitha V and Mohamed Ali. S (2013).Biological Synthesis of Silver nanoparticles using endophytic fungi and their characterization Asian J Exp Biological Sciences Vol 4 (2):196-202 (Impact Factor: 0.8).
  8. Supraja S,Mohammed Ali S, Chakravarthy N, Arum ugam P, Kasinathan N K (2013). Sunlight irradiation method for the production of silver nanoparticles from Cynodondactylon leaf extract and its Antibacterial Activity .Int J Chemtech Res 5 (1): 271-277 (Impact Factor: 1.0).
  9. Vijayaraghavan, K., Ali, S. M., & Maruthi, R. (2013). Studies on phytochemical screening and antioxidant activity of Chromolaena odorata and Annona squamosa. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2(12), 7315-7321.
  10. KarthickV,Shruthi S, Kadalmani B and Mohamed Ali S (2012). Grape compound Piceatannol induces mitochondria mediated apoptosis in breast cancer cells. "Current Scenario in BioTechnology" from 27th to 29th September, 2012. Proceedings ISBN978-93-82563-27-3.pp165 -170.
  11. Ali-Seyed M, Bhuvaneswari R, Soo KC, Olivo M. Photolon™ -photosensitization induces apoptosis via ROS-mediated cross-talk between mitochondria and lysosomes. Int J Oncol. 2011 Oct;39(4):821-31. (IF: 3.025).
  12. Christopher D Scharer, Colleen D. McCabe, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Michael F. BergerMartha L. Bulyk and Carlos S. Moreno (2008). Genome-wide Promoter Analysis of the SOX4 TranscriptionalNetwork in Prostate Cancer. Cancer Research 69 (2):709-17. (Impact Factor: 9.329).
  13. Ramaswamy Bhuvaneswari, Yik Yuen Gan, SasidharanSwarnalatha Lucky, William Wei Lim Chin, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Khee Chee Soo, MaliniOlivo (2008). Molecular profiling of angiogenesis in hypericin mediated photodynamic therapy. Mol Can Ther 7:56). (Impact Factor: 5.683).
  14. .Mohamed Ali-Seyed and Olivo.M (2007) Apoptosis signaling mechanisms in human cancer cells induced by Calphostin-PDT. Int J Oncol 30: 537-548. (Impact Factor: 3.025).
  15. Pengbo Li u,Sumat hi Ramachandran, Mohamed Ali Seyed, NoelaniLaycock, W. Brian Dalton, Holly Williams, David L. Jay e, and Carlos S. Moreno (2006). Sex-determining region Y box 4 is a transforming oncogene in human prostate cancer cells. Cancer Research 66 (8):4011-4019. (Impact Factor: 9.329).
  16. Susan Zong, Yang JY, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Mien-Chi e Hung (2006) Enhancement of MDM2 promoting cell motility through inhibiting cell adhesion by degradation of E -cadherin Mol Cell Biol 26 (19): 7269 -7282. (Impact Factor: 5.942).
  17. Mohamed Ali Seyed,NoelaniLaycock, Wenming Xiao, Suresh Karanam, Eric  T.Blair   and  Carlos S. Moreno  (2006). Cross  -Plat  form  Expression  Profiling Demonstrates  that SV40 Small Tumor Antigen Activates Notch, Hedgehog, and Wnt Signalingi n Hum an Cells. BMC Cancer 6 (1): 54. (Impact Factor: 3. 362).
  18. Mohamed Ali-Seyed*,Hui-Wen Lo*, Yadi Wu, Geoffrey Bartholomeusz, Mien-Chie Hung (2006) Nuclear-cytoplasmic Transport of EGFR Involves Receptor Endocytosis, Importin [[beta]] 1 and CRM1, J Cell Biochem 98:1570-1583. *These authors contributed equally to this work. (Impact Factor: 3.122).
  19. Lo, H-W, Hsu, S-C, Ali-Seyed, M., Gunduz, M., Xia, W., Wei, Y., Bartholomeusz, G., Shih, J-Y, and Hung, M-C (2005). Nuclear interaction of EGF R and STAT3 in the activation of iNOS/NO pathway. Cancer Cell 7(6): 575- 589. (Impact Factor: 24.962).
  20. Hui-Wen Lo, Weiya Xia, Yongkun Wei, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Shiu-Feng Huang, and Mien-Chie Hung (2005) Novel Prognostic Value of Nuclear EGF Receptor in Breast Cancer. Cancer Research 65(1): 338-348. (Impact Factor: 9.329).
  21. Ali-Seyed, M*, Giri, DK*, Li, L-Y., Lee, D-F., Ling, P., Bartholomeusz, G., Wang, S - C. and Hung, M-C (2005). Endosomal transport of ErbB-2: a mechanism for nuclear entry of cell surface receptor. Mol Cell Biol 25 (24): 11005-11018. These authors contributed equally to this work. (Impact Factor: 5. 942).Cited by 13
  22. Bartholomeusz, G., Wu, Y., Ali-Seyed, M., Xia, W., Kwong, K.Y., Hortobagyi, GN and Hung, M- C (2005) Nuclear translocati on of the pro-apoptotic Bcl-2 family member Bok induces apoptosis. Mol Carcinogen 45(2): 73-83. (Impact Factor: 4.808). Cited by 20
  23. Kadri Altundag,  Ali-Seyed  Mohamed,  Ozden Altundag,  Yavuz Selim Silay,  Esra Gunduz, K adirDemircan (2005)   RL172   (killed  Mycobacteriumvaccae)  may augment         the   efficacy of trastuzumabi n metastatic  breast cancer patients.Medical  Hypotheses 64:  248 -251. (Impact Factor: 1.3).
  24. Shao-Chun      Wang,  Huang -Chun  Lien,  Weiya  Xia,  I-Fen  Chen,Hui-Wen  LoZhiqin  Wang, Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Dung-Fang Lee1, Geoffrey Bartholomeusz, Fu Ou -Yang, Dipak K Giri and Mien-Chi e Hung (2004).  Binding at and Trans activation of the COX-2 Promoter by Nuclear Tyrosine Kinase Receptor ErbB-2 Cancer Cell6(3)-: 251-261, (Impact Factor : 24.962).
  25. Ali S.M and Olivo.M (2003). PDT induced nitric oxide production in cancer cells. Int J Oncol 22(4): 751-756. (Impact Factor: 3.025).
  26. Ali SM and Olivo.M (2003). Mechanisms of action of phenanthroperylenequinones in photodynamic therapy. Int J Oncol 22 (6): 1181-91. (Impact Factor: 3.025) Review Article.
  27. Ali S.M and Olivo.M (2002). Efficacy of Hypocrellin Pharmacokinetics in Phototherapy. Int J Oncol 21: (6) 1229 -1237. (Impact Factor: 3.025).
  28. Ali S.M and Olivo.M (2002). Biodistribution and sub –cellular  localizati on of Hypericin and its role in PDT induced apoptosis in cancer cells. Int J Oncol 21: (3): 531 -40. (Impact Factor: 3.025).
  29. Ali S.M, Soo K.C, Gan YY and Olivo.M (2002). Hypericin induced death receptor - mediated apoptosis in photoactivated tumor cells. Int J Mol Med 9: 601-616. (Impact Factor: 2.088).
  30. Ali SM, Chee SK, Yuen GY, Olivo M (2002) Hypocrellins and Hypericininduced apoptosis in human tum or cells: A possible rol e of hydrogen peroxide. Int J Mol Med 9: 461-472. (Impact Factor: 2.088).
  31. Ali SM, Chee SK, Yuen GY, Olivo M (2002): Photodynamic t herapyinduced Fas - mediated apoptosis in human carcinoma cells. Int J Mol Med 9: 257-270. (Impact Factor: 2.088).
  32. Ali S.M,Olivo.M, Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001). Photodyna mic induced apoptosis of human nasopharyngeal carcinom a cells using Hypocrellins. Int J Oncol, 19: 633 - -643 {Impact Factor: 3.029).
  33. Ali S.M, Soo K. C, Gan YY and Olivo.M (2001). Hypericin and Hypocrelli n induced apoptosis in human mucosal carcinoma cells. J Photochem Photobiol B: Biology 65: 59-73. (Impact Factor: 3.035).
  34. Ali S.M, Olivo.M, Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001). Induction of apoptosis Hypericin through activation of caspase-3 in human carcinoma cells. Int J Mol Med 8: 521-530. (Impact Factor: 2.088).
  35. Ali S.M Olivo. M,Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001). Hypocrellin-induced photosensitization of human nasopharyngeal and mucosal carcinoma cells leads to apoptotic cell death. Asian J of Surg 25: 26-34. (Impact Factor: 0.912 ).
  36. Ali S.M,Soo K. C, Gan YY and Olivo.M (2001). Hypericin and Hypocrellin induced apoptosis in human mucos al carcinoma cells. J Photochem Photobiol B: Biology 65: 59-73. (Impact Factor: 3.035).
  37. Ali S.M,Olivo.M, Gan YY and Soo K.C (2001). Induction of apoptosis Hypericin through activation of caspase-3 in human carcinoma cells. Int J Mol M ed 8: 521-530. (Impact Factor:1.880).
  38. Mohamed A Seyed*, Jayashreekumari LH*, Dong H, Kini M and Pervaiz S (2000). Induction of mitochondrial permeability transition and cytochrome C release in the absence of caspase activation is not sufficient for effective apoptosis in human leukemia cells. Blood 95 (5): 1773-1780. (* These authors contributed equally to this work). (Impact Factor: 11.841).
  39. Olivo M, Ali SM, Soo K (2000). Photodynamic induced apoptosis of nasopharyngeal cells using novel photosensitizers Hypericin, Hypocrellin A and B. Royal Australian and NewZealand Journal of Surgery 70:123-156. (Impact Facto r: 1.388).
  40. Pervaiz S, Mohamed A Seyed, Jayashreekumari LH, Clement MV and Loh KW (1999). Purified photoproducts of merocyanin 540 trigger cytochrome C release and caspase 8  -dependent apoptosis  in  human  leukemia  and  melanoma  cells.  Blood 93: 4096-4108. (Impact  Factor:11.841)
  41. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1997) Light and electron microscopic changes in the chicken thyme after oral administration of mycotoxin Zearalenone. Sing Med J 11: 7. (Impact Factor:0.64).
  42. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1996). Histochemical  and immunohistochemical localization of nitrergic neuronal and non -neuronal cells in the bursa of Fabricius. Cell and Tissue Research 285: 273-279. (Impact Factor: 3.677).
  43. Ali  SM,  Chan  AS,  Leong  SK  (1996)  Localization  of  nitrergic  neuronal  and nonneuronal cells  in the ultimobranchial glands  of the chicken.  Anatomy  and Embryology 193:161-168. (Impact Factor: 2.56).
  44. Ali SM, Leong SK, Chan AS (1994). Localization of NADPH-diaphorase reactivity in the  chick and mouse thyroid gland. Thyroid 4: 475-478. (Impact Factor: 3.000 ).
  45. Ali SM, Chan AS, Leong SK (1994) Distribution and possible functions of nitric oxide in  the ultimobranchi al gland of the chicken as revealed by NA DPH - diaphorase histochemistry and nitric  oxide synthase  cytochemistry.  Asia Pacific Journal of Pharmacolgy 10, S58-59. (New journal, no Impact Factor as yet).
  46. Ali SM,Leong SK,  Chan AS  (1994) NADPH - diaphorase and nitric oxide synthase positive neurons supplying the chick and mouse thyroid gland. Asia Pacific Journal of Pharmacolgy 10, S58-59. (New journal, no Impact Factor as yet).
  47. Ali SM, Leong SK, Chan AS (1994)  Localization of NADP H-diaphorase reactivity in the chick and mouse thyroid gland. Thyroid 4: 475-478. (Impact Factor: 3.544).
  48. Palanichamy  S,  Arunachal am  S,  Mohamed  Ali  S,  Baskaran P  (1989) Effects  of chemical effluent on feeding energitics and body composition in the fresh water cat fish Mystus vittatus. Procee dings of the Second Asian Fisheries Forum . Tokyo, Japan.
  49. Palanichamy  S,  Baskaran P,  Vasanthi  M,   Mo hamed  Ali  S, Studies  on themid-gut protease  in  the  dragonfly  nymph       Branchythermis contaminata  exposed to  pestisides.  Proceedings of  the  IX  internation al  Symposium  of  Odonatology. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, India.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Mohamed Ali-Seyed, Kavitha Vijayaraghavan (2019). Nutraceuticals in wound healing: a special focus on chromolaena odorata as guardian of health with broad spectrum of biological activities. Editor(s) name(s): Ramesh C. Gupta, Ajay Srivastava and Rajiv Lall. Springer Nature International Publishing AG (accepted, in press).
  1. I Jantan, SNA Bukhari, MAS Mohamed, LK Wai, MA Mesaik (2015). The evolving role of natural products from the tropical rainforests as a replenishable source of new drug leads. Drug Discovery and Development-From Molecules to Medicine. Submitted: June 12th 2014Reviewed: October 16th 2014.Published: June 3rd 2015. DOI: 10.5772/59603 IntechOpen Publishers.

 

RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED

The University of Tabuk Research Council Grant Award (2017).

  1. Title: Fast and safe preparation and characterization of novel and enhanced chitosan based scaffolds to promote stem cells delivery and corneal tissue engineering applications.

Grant Number: S-0121-1438

PI: Dr, Mohamed Ali Seyed

Amount: SAR30, 000

Status: Approved

Duration: 8 months (April 2017) - completed

The University of Tabuk Research Council Grant Award (2016).

  1. Title: The Effect of Pipeline Anti-Cancer Agent Betulinic Acid on the Expression Pattern of NADPH-doaphorase and Nitric Oxide Synthase in immune organs of mice.

 

PI: Dr, Mohamed Ali Seyed

Grant number: 0195-1437

Amount: SAR30, 000

Status: Approved

Duration: 8 months (July 2016) - completed

Mosti (Science Fund, Malaysia) 2017: Project No. : FRGS 2016-1

PI: Dr. Mohamed Ali-Seyed Project Title: Evaluation of antitumor response of tumor-lysate pulsed monocytes/dendritic cells in combination with photodynamic therapy.

Amount: RM250, 000

Status: Awarded but left the institution (although this is my project, I cannot claim this project as mine because non-Malaysian cannot be a PI in MoA project when leaving the contract).

MoA research fund, Malaysia- 2014 (NRGS)

Awarded RM498, 000

Period: Jan 2015-Dec 2016 Project Principle Investigator: Mohamed Ali-Seyed.

  1. Project Title: Immunomodulatory effects of standardized extracts of Phyllanthus amarus and Phyllanthus niruri and their biomarkers on tumor lysate pulsed antigen presenting cells (APC)

Status: Approved

  1. SBIC grant: RP C-014/2007 (Awarded) - Investigation on Cancer using Terahertz Spectroscopy and Imaging.

 – P.I: ND/PI: Dr. Malini Olivo/P I: Dr. Gong Yandong

- Co-PI: Dr.Mohamed Ali-Seyed

- 20% Effort; 4/01/2008 - 08/31/2011 - S$945,465 for 3 years

  1. NMRC- Individual Research Grant (IRG) (Awarded) -Systemic Tumor Targeting using Novel Deli very of Chlorin-e6 for Cellular Di agnostic Imaging of Oral Carcinoma

- P.I: Dr.Malini Olivo

- Co-investigator: Dr.Mohamed Ali-Seyed - 20% Effort; 01/2009 - 01/2012

- S$560,000 for 3 years

  1. MOE-Innovation Development Project (IRG) MOE2008-IF-1-009: (Awarded) - TruImagE System for Morphology Analysis of PDT-mediated Apoptotic Cells

NP/P.I: Ms Chee Oi Choo

- Co-investigator: Prof Anand Asundi (NTU)

- Co-investigator: Dr.Mohamed Ali-Seyed

- 20% Effort; 03/2009 - 02/2012

- S$250,000 for 3 years

  1. A*STAR cross-council grant (Awarded) - Use of SERS-dots for early Oral Carcinoma diagnosis

- P.I: Drs.Malini Olivo/Yong Tae/Han Ming

- Co-investigator: Dr.Mohamed Ali-Seyed

- 10% Effort; 01/2009 - 01/2012

 - S$250,000 for 3 years

  1. NMRC-New Investigator Startup Grant (submitted on June 2, 2008 & not successful)

- Evaluation of antitumor response of tumor-lysate pulsed dendritic cells in combination with photodynamic therapy

- PI: Dr.Mohamed Ali-Seyed - S$200,000 for two years

  1. Mosti (Science Fund, Malaysia) 2014: Project No. : 02-01-02-SF1128

PI: Dr. Mohamed Ali-Seyed

Project Title: Targeting erbB2 and transcription factor Myb as an ideal candidate for cancer therapy: Transportation of membrane bound TF to the nucleus, a possible involvement of tyrosine kinase mediated endocytosis

Status: Not successful, no ethical for attached, reviewers rejected Funding agencies in India

  1. Department of Ayush (a unit of DST), India, 2010 (Awarded) Establishment of a National Facility for Clinical Trials with International GLP and GCP Standards for Globalizing Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani Formulations (Awarded to SRM University).(one of three Principal investigator involved ). Total Cost: Rs.14.9 Crores for 3 years (2012-2013)

PI: Dr. S. Mohamed Ali

Externally Funded Projects (Approved) Agency: Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) Sanctioned Amount (in lakhs): 40 lakhs (SGD 210, 000) Title: Cancer/Detection and localization of transcription factors in cancer File Number: 2012-1641 /53/17/2012.

 

 

 

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