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Altaf Ahmad holds a M. His professional research interest focuses on the identification of candidate genes for low-N tolerance in wheat and rice through analysis of proteome profile and differentially expressed miRNAs. Professor Ahmad is also developing FRET-based genetically encoded nanosensors for real time monitoring of various metabolites in living cells.

He has to his credit more than significant publications and has guided thesis research of 18 Ph. Professor Ahmad handled several research projects funded by various government agencies. Professor Abdin has published more than original research papers and edited two books. He has guided 37 Ph.

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He has also visited several countries including U. Mohamed M. His professional research interest focuses on studying the role of gene expression in plant tolerance mechanism under several abiotic stresses. He is a Professor at King Saud University for 10 years. Moreover, he has served as a visiting professor to many academic institutions and departments including Istanbul University and King Abdulla University in the years He has more than 23 years of research experience working on the impact of various environmental pollutions using molecular biology tools.


Having served as Coordinator for many research projects granted by various funding agencies, Dr. Ibrahim authors an impressive number of peer reviewed quality publications in reputable scientific journals.

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