Abdel-Tawab Halim Mossa
Professor in Pesticide (Pesticide Chemistry and Toxicology),National Research Centre,Egypt.
Dr. Mossa is working as Professor in National Research Centre. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities as Professor. His research has included toxicology and environmental toxicology. Based on this research and fellowship training he has received several awards and honors, such as: NRC award of research output 2011,2012,2013,2014. He is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like Frontiers in Environmental Toxicology Associate Editor, International Journal of Agricultural Research Regional Editor, Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, Research Journal of Environmental Toxicology & expert Reviewers for journals like Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, Food and Chemical Toxicology, Hazardous Materials, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Environmental Toxicology, Human and Experimental Toxicology, Toxicology and Industrial Health, Frontiers in Environmental Toxicology and Science Alert Journals. He has authored 53 research articles. He is a member of Egyptian Society of Toxicology, Egyptian Society of Chemistry and Arabic Society of Medicine Research.
Green pesticides and nanoformulations
Mammalian biochemical toxicology investigations on pesticides and heavy metals.
Genotoxicity and endocrine disrupter of pesticides and heavy metals on mammals.
? Cytotoxicity effects of oxygen free radicals and reactive oxygen compounds (i.e. pesticides, heavy metals) on antioxidant enzymes in erythrocytes membrane in vivo and in vitro.
Hazard evaluation of long-term exposure to pesticides and environmental pollutant on the health of rural agricultural workers.
Assessment and modeling of toxicity interactions of xenobiotics in living organisms.
? Microtox assay to determine the toxicity of aquatic pollutants, wastewaters, fossil fuel process water, mycotoxins, pesticides, petrochemicals, and potential carcinogens.
? Bioassay-guided fractionation (BGF) for investigating botanical biocides against pests of hygienic and economic importance.
Monitoring of toxic chemicals, their residues, transformations and accumulation in natural ecosystems.
Detoxification and environmental remediation approaches.
In vitro and in vivo evaluation of antioxidant against xenobiotics induced oxidative damage.