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Mustafa Abbass

Mustafa Abbass

Since Oct 2015

PhD research study at the Analytical and Environmental Sciences Division, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine King's College London. "Genotoxicity assessment of environmental pollutants in an invertebrate model: a toxicogenomic approach in C.elegans."

Sep 2014 - Feb 2015

Research collaborations with the Faculty of Sciences and Faculty of Pharmacy, Universite Libanaise (UL) - Beirut, Lebanon; and the Faculty of Medicine, American University of Beirut (AUB), Beirut, Lebanon.

Sep 2013 - Sep 2014

M2 degree in Molecular Diagnostic and Forensic Sciences. Universite Libanaise (UL) - Beirut, Lebanon. Thesis: "The Antibiofilm Activity of the Lebanese Endemic Plant Astragalus sofarensis".

Microbiology Lab. training for 9 Months in Faculty of Sciences, Universite Libanaise (UL) - Beirut, Lebanon.

Sept 2012 - Sept 2013

M1 degree in Animal Biology. Universite Libanaise (UL) - Beirut, Lebanon.

Thesis: "Homocysteine and Cardiovascular Diseases: A Public-Health Challenge".

Sept 2009 - Sept 2012

B.S. degree in Biology: Earth and Life Sciences. Universite Libanaise (UL) - Beirut, Lebanon.

Sept 2008 - July 2009

Lebanese Baccalaureate: Life Sciences. Al-Mustafa High School - Nabtieh, Lebanon.

Publications:

Chmit M, Kanaan H, Habib J, Abbass M, Mcheik A, Chokr A. Antibacterial and antibiofilm activities of polysaccharides, essential oil, and fatty oil extracted from Laurus nobilis growing in Lebanon. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed 2014; 4(12): 976-982.

Abbass M, Abiad F, Abbas O. Prurigo Pigmentosa after Bariatric Surgery. JAMA Dermatol 2015; 151(7): 796-797.

King's College London

  • Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine
  • Analytical and Environmental Science Division
  • 150 Stamford Street
  • London
  • SE1 9NH
  • Email: mustafa.abbass@kcl.ac.uk

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