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Editor Name: Fathi Mohamed Omer Sherif
University: University of Tripoli
Biography: Fathi Sherif is a professor of pharmacology and
is currently a vice-dean of faculty of pharmacy, University of Tripoli, Libya.
He received his PhD in medicinal pharmacology from faculty of Medicine, University
of Uppsala, Sweden (1992) and postdoctoral training in neuroscience in Uppsala University.
He won WHO award for the youngest medical researcher in 1995 from world health
organization. He is a lecturer of pharmacology at department of pharmacology and
clinical pharmacy since 1993 and held a position of head of the department and
head of postgraduate office at the university. Head of research unit at
National Medical Research Center of ethno pharmacology (traditionally used of
medicinal plants and their potential actions on the CNS using animal behavioral
models). A long-term involve in neuropsycho-pharmacology (GABA & MAO
systems) in patients as well as long interest in animal behavioral
pharmacology. He published several articles about the role of inhibitory
transmitters in neuropsychiatric disorders. He supervising several postgraduate
students in the area of clinical and basic pharmacology leading to M.Ph. He is a
referee of several international journals and an editor
in chief of Libyan J Med Res (ISSN 2312-5365) for the last five years and
Pharmacy and Pharmacology International Journal (ISS 2373-6367).