Kamaleldin B Said
After spending some years as formal employee of Federal Government Laboratories in Canada Kamaleldin Said has moved to McGill University in Montreal where he completed his PhD in molecular microbiology and genomics. He then continued at McGill to work on projects involving molecular typing and comparative genomic hybridizations of pathogens shortly before accepting a contract position at Qassim University, College of Pharmacy as assistant professor. He has published significangly on the development and validation of molecular markers for host- and organ-specific strain typing as well as genome-wide expression profilings for vaccine and therapetuic gene candidates. He is now a visiting scholar at Systems Biology, Carleton University and has many projects underway and many manuscripts ready for publicaton.