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Ahmed Abdalazim Mostafa Abdalla is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of South Australia. He graduated from the School of Pharmacy at Cairo University, Egypt in 1995 with an Honours degree in Pharmacy. He was awarded a Masters in Analytical Chemistry degree from Helwan University, Egypt, in 2007.

In 2009 he took up a joint scholarship between Helwan University, Egypt and the University of Queensland to conduct his PhD studies supervised by Professor Michael Roberts, thesis title:  “Instrumental Determination of certain drugs and pesticides in biological fluids using LC/MS/MS”.

In 2011 he was appointed to the position of  Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy, Helwan University Egypt where he worked for 2 years. He returned to Australia in 2014 where he has maintained joint collaborations between the Therapeutics Research Centre, both at University of Queensland and currently the University of South Australia with Professor Michael Roberts and Dr Lorraine Mackenzie.

Ahmed’s current research focus is on the measurement of drugs, chemicals, environmental pollutants and pharmaceutical compounds in biological, pharmaceutical and agriculture samples. He has expertise in using highly advanced techniques including (LCMS-MS) and (GC-MS) using different scanning modes. His  experience in LCMS-MS extends to large molecules (peptide) using Multiple Ion Charge techniques.