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Ahmed Elshewy

Ahmed Elshewy

Assistant Professor


Dr. Ahmed’s dedication to education and research in the fields of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Catalysis, and Polymer Chemistry is truly remarkable. His mission to inspire and educate the next generation of chemists and pharmacists while advancing scientific knowledge and innovation is invaluable to the scientific community.

With over eight years of experience in teaching, research, and curriculum development, Dr. Ahmed has demonstrated a strong commitment to academic excellence. His contributions include publishing multiple peer-reviewed articles in prestigious journals and presenting his findings at international conferences, thereby making significant contributions to the advancement of scientific knowledge in his field.

Dr. Ahmed’s collaborations with renowned experts and institutions further enhance the impact of his work, fostering a culture of collaboration and interdisciplinary research. His development and delivery of engaging and effective courses and workshops for undergraduate and graduate students reflect his dedication to enhancing learning outcomes and skills development among future scientists.

Passionate about pursuing excellence and impact in both academia and industry, Dr. Ahmed’s eagerness to learn new concepts and techniques demonstrates his commitment to continuous growth and innovation. His efforts play a crucial role in inspiring the next generation of scientists and driving advancements in the fields of chemistry and pharmacy.

Dr. Ahmed’s contributions to education, research, and collaboration make him an invaluable asset to the scientific community, and his dedication to excellence serves as a beacon for aspiring chemists and pharmacists alike.


  • PhD in Chemistry – University of Cincinnati
  • MSc in Chemistry – KAUST


Area Of Research

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry 
  • Organometallic Chemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Molecular Modelling and docking

Academic Positions

  •  2024 – Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Galala University
  • 2019 – 2024 Lecturer of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Cairo University
  • 2014 – 2019 Teaching Assistant, University of Cincinnati


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