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              Emad Anis Metry Said            Emad anis

Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI)

                              Agricultural Research Center (ARC)                              

9 Gamaa st., Giza, 12619, Egypt

Phone: (202)3572 9057, 3573 4424, Fax: (202) 3568 9519, 3573 1574

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CURRICULUM VITAE

1- Education:

                                                                                                                                                                                                        

1- Doctor of Philosophy: in Agricultural Sciences (Ph. D), from the Department of Genetics, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain shams University, 1998. The Title of the Thesis is: Transfer of Some Antibiotic Resistant and b-glucuronidase (GUS) Genes into Potato Plants.

2- Master of Science: in Agriculture (M. Sc.), from the Department of Genetics, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain shams University, 1993. The Title of the Thesis is: “Physiological Genetic Studies for Salt Tolerance on Some Tissue Cultured Wheat Varieties”.

3- B. Sc. In Agricultural Sciences, Genetic Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Sham University, 1986.

2- Career and Employment History:

1- Research Assistant From 1989 till 1990 at Field Crops Research Institute (FCRI), ARC.

2- Research Assistant From 1990 till 1992 at National Agricultural Genetic Engineering Laboratory (NAGEL), ARC.

3- Research Assistant From 1992 till 1993 at Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI), ARC.

4- Assistant Research From 1993 till 1998 in Micropropagation Technology Lab. (MPT), at Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI), ARC.

5- ResearcherFrom 1998 till 2003 in Micropropagation Technology Lab. (MPT), at Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI), ARC.

6- Senior Researcher From 2003 till now in Micropropagation Technology Lab. (MPT), at Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI), ARC.

7- Head of Plant Genetic Transformation Dep. From 2007 till now, at Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute (AGERI), ARC.

8- Head of researcher From 2008 till now, at Plant Genetic Transformation Department.

9- Deputy Director for Research from 2013 till now.

3- Research Experience:

1-Tissue culture techniques

2- Micropropagation of some different crops and some ornamental

3- Regeneration of some different crops

4- Transformation strategies.

1- Agrobacterium-mediator transformation technique

2- DNA direct uptake through gene delivery bombardment system (Biolisitic gene gun)

     5- Evaluations of transformed plants:

1- Molecular evaluation of transformed plants using (PCR, Western, Southern and Northern blots).

2- Optimization of bioassay tests at laboratory and under bio-containment greenhouse conditions.

3- Field evaluation of transgenic events in isolated fields.

4- Collaborations through research projects:

The following are biotechnology research projects addressing the promotion of sustainable agricultural production in Egypt in an environmentally safe and friendly manner. They include research in different domains the following:

1- Principle investigator of MUCIA research project entitled “Production and Evaluation of Genetically      Modified Potato Resistant to Potato Virus y”. (2004-2006).

2- Principle investigator of the Program of the National Strategy for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (2005-2007) entitled “Engineered and Conventional Approaches to Develop Drought Tolerant potatoes”.

3- Co-PI of Agricultural Research and Development Fund (ARDF) research project entitled “Impact of transgenic Bt- potato lines on the environment and human health”. (2010-2014).

4- Co-PI of a project of the Program of Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF) research project entitled “A novel for production of Egyptian potato varieties resistant to insects”. (2012-2015).

5- Participate in the research team in a project of the Program of Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF) (2010-2013) entitled “Production of Genetically Modified Potato Resistant to Blight Diseases”.

6- Participate in the research team in a project of the Program of the National Strategy for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (2004-2006) entitled “Production of Genetically Modified Potato Resistant to Blight Diseases”.

7- Participate in the research team in a project of the Program of the National Strategy for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (2004-2007) entitled “Herbicide Tolerant Faba Bean to Control Broomrape (Orobanche crenata) and other weeds”.

8- Participate in the research team in a project of the Program of the National Strategy for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (1998-2003) entitled “Production of Transgenic Banana Plants Resistance to Some Banana Viruses”.

9- Participate in one of the (USAID/ABSP) Projects (1993-2002) entitled: Potato transformation for developing resistance to potato tuber moth

10- Participate in one of the NARP projects (1992-1997) for the Genetically Modified Potato Resistance to Potato Virus Y.

11- Participate in one of the UNDP projects (1990-1993) for the Genetically Modified Potato Resistance to Potato Virus X.

5- Publication:

1- Arafa, N.; Metry, E. A. and Nasr El-Din, T. M. (2002). Effect of gibberellic acid treatment on seed germination of Roystonea regia O. F. Cook under greenhouse and in vitro conditions. Egypt. J. Appl. Sci.4: 167-178.

2- D. S. Douches, W. Pett, F. Santos, J. Coombs, E. Grafius, W. LI, E. A. Metry, T. Nasr EL-Din, and M. Madkour (2004). Field and Storage Testing Bt Potatoes for Resistance to Potato Tuberworm (Lepidoptera: Gelichiidae). Entomological Society of America. 97:1425-1431.

3- Metry, E. A., and T. Nasr El-Din (2003). Genetically Modified Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Resistance to Potato Tuber Moth (Phthorimaea operculella). Poster In: Workshop on Genetic Engineering and Genomics” In recognition of your active contribution to the US-Egypt, Organized by Mubarak City for Scientific and Technology Applications, 5-8 December 2003, Alexandria, Egypt.

4- Metry, E. A., G. M. El Moghazy, M. S. Masoud, M. H. Youssef, T. A. Omar, T. Yehya, S. A. Mahfouz, A. M. Shokry, M. F. Emara, A. S. Hamza, T. M. Nasr El-Din, and H. A. El-Itriby (2008). Nutritional and biological evaluation of transgenic potato lines resistant to potato tuber moth. J. Genet. Cytol. 37: 141-152.

5- Metry, E. A., Gh. A. Gad El-Karem, T. M. Nasr El-Din and M. A. Madkour (2003). Micro-propagation of stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni). Egypt. J. Genet. Cytol. 32: 32-41.

6- Metry, E. A., M. A. Ibrahim, S. A. Moustafa and T. M. Nasr El-Din (2003). Genetic stability of transgenic potato expressing cry1Aa7 gene. Arab. J. Biotech. 6: 113-124.

7- Metry, E. A., M. A. Ibrahim, S. A. Moustafa, A. E. Tawfik and T. M. Nasr El-Din (2004). Molrphological and molecular diagnosis of commercial potato cultivars, in vitro, infected with Ralstonia solanacearum. Poster In: The International Conference of Genetic Engineering and Its Applications, Organized by “Suez Canal University and the Egyptian Society of Genetics” Sharm El-Sheik City, South Sinai, Egypt, 8-11 April 2004.

8- Metry, E. A., M. R. Enan, Gh. A. Gad El-Karim, T. M. Nasr El-Din, and M. A. Madkour (2002). Production of genetically modified potato plants conferring fungal resistance. Arab. J. Biotech. 5: 11-18

9- Metry, E. A., R. M. Ismail, G. M. Hussien, T. M. Nasr El-Din and H. A. El-Itriby (2007). Regeneration and microprojectile–mediated transformation in Vicia faba L. Arab. J. Biotech. 10: 23-36.

10- Metry, E. A., T. Nasr El-Din, and M. A. Madkour (2000). Transgenic potato plants expressing potato virus Y coat protein gene.Pro.9th congress of the Egypt. Phytopathol. Soc., Giza, Egypt.157-166.

11- Metry, E. A.,; M. S. Masoud; M. Gihan El-Moghazy; M. F. Emara; Akila S. Hamza,T. M. El-Din and H. El-Itriby (2007). Food Safety Assessment of transgenic potato lines resistant to potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella). 7th Triennial African Potato Association conference Proceedings, (7): 305-312.

12- Emad A. Metry, Mervat Ahamed, M. A. Nagaty and Taymour M. Nasr El-Din (2006). Biotechnology-based production of high quality sweet potato for export. "In BioVision Alexandrina", from 26 to 29 April, 2006 Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandrina, Egypt.

13- Emad Anis Metry and Samir Z. El-Agamy (2006). Evaluation of Genetically Modified Potato Lines Resistant to Potato Virus Y. The 2nd International conference of genetic Engineering and Its applications" At Sharm El-Sheik, City South Sinai, Egypt, from 14-17 November 2006.

14- Emad Anis Metry and Samir Z. El-Agamy (2008). Evaluation of Genetically Modified Potato Lines Resistant to Potato Virus Y. Egypt. J. Genet. Cytol. 37: 115-127.

15- I. M. Ismail, M. A. Ibrahim, E. A. Metry, T. Nasr EL-Din and S. A. Moustafa (2006). Phenotypic and genotypic Analysis of Some Egyptian Isolates of Ralstonia solanacearum. Egypt. J. Genet. Cytol. 35: 1-17.

16- M. A. Ibrahim, E. A. Metry, S. A. Moustafa, A. E. Tawfik and T. M. Nasr El-Din (2005). Morphological and molecular diagnosis of commercial potato cultivars, infected with Ralstonia solanacearum. Arab. J. Biotech. 8: 211-222.

17- M. A. Ibrahim,E. A. Metry, Y. A. Osman, T. M. Nasr El-Din, and M. A. Madkour (2002). Genetically-modified potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) tolerant to potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella). Arab. J. Biotech. 5: 1-10.

18- Nagaty, A. M., Abd El-Fattah H. Belal, M. D. El-Deeb, M. M. Sourour, and E. A. Metry (2006). Production of genetically modified peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) El-Sheikh Zewaied cultivar plants. "the 2nd International conference of genetic Engineering and Its applications" At Sharm El-Sheik, City South Sinai, Egypt, from 14-17 November 2006.

19- Nagaty, A. M., Abd El-Fattah H. Belal, M. D. El-Deeb, M. M. Sourour, and E. A. Metry (2007). Production of genetically modified peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) El-Sheikh Zewaied cultivar plants. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, INSInet, 3(11): 1600-1608.

20- S. A. Moustafa, I. M. Ismail, E. A. Metry, S. Ghazal and M. A. Ibrahim (2007). Cloning and characterization of -1, 3 Glucanase from blight resistant and susceptible potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivars. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, INSInet, 3(12): 1960-1968.

21- Dina A. El-Khishin, Amina Abdul Hamid, Gihan El Moghazy and Emad A. Metry(2009). Assessment of Genetically Modified Potato Lines Resistant to Potato Virus Y Using Compositional Analysis and Molecular Markers. Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences Research, 5(3): 261-271.

22- Roba, M. I., Heba, M. E., Gihan, M. H., and Emad A. Metry (2011). In vitro root induction of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) GM Crops, 2:3, 1-6; July/August/September 2011.

     23- A. Mohammed, E. A. Metry, L. Mohamed, H. El-Shishtawy, GH.A. Gad El-Karim and T. Nasr El-Din (2014). Evaluation of transgenic potato lines resistance to potato tuber moth. Phthorinaea operculella (Zeller). Egypt. J. Genet. Cytol. 43: 173-186.

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