Editorial Board Member - JMBAR
Dr. Tamer EL-Syed Ali has over 24 years of professional experience in the Marine Science, Nutrition, Health Management, Aquaculture Engineering, Animal Science, and Oceanography. He received his Ph.D. in aquaculture, Animal Science Department, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, with the general grade “Excellent”. As a visiting scientist at Institute for Environmental Studies(IVM), Professor Tamer EL-Sayed Ali as a faculty of Earth Life Sciences at Vrije University, Amsterdam. He also has an experience over Fish eel (Anguilla Anguilla) reproduction technique, Fish eggs quality examination and Chemical analysis of different ingredients of diets & fish tissues. He also participated in national and international projects as a researcher and coordinator in the Oceanography. He is also having teaching experience in the following courses like B.SC, M.SC & Ph.D. students and he also worked as an experimental director of B.Sc. students projects in Animal Science Department (UPV) during the period (2003-2005).
He is an Examiner of a thesis submitted to Alexandria University. He is also having an membership in some of the Societies like Member in Spanish Aquaculture Society (SEA), Member of European Aquaculture Society (EAS). He also has participated as a reviewer & editor in some of the Journals and also published the Journals. He also visited the technical visits in some of the countries. He also participated in several conferences, workshops & professional training courses. For his contributions in the field of Marine Science, Aquaculture, Professor Tamer EL-Sayed Ali was honored with Incentive Prize of Alexandria University in 2012. Professor Tamer EL-Sayed Ali has been a professor at Alexandria University Since 1994.
Dr. Tamer EL-Syed's research interests include
- Producing of Nile Tilapia in Marine water by Genetic Engineering, in the intensive system.
- Design of zero-discharge Tilapia recirculating system.
- Fish Physiology and Biochemistry.
- Aquaculture Engineering.
- Rearing of catfish in different water salinities in close Water System.
Other Editorial Board Members - JMBAR
Department of Zoology and Marine Biology
Faculty of Agriculture
Department of Faculty in Civil Engineering
University of Bristol
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Thessaly
Department of Zoology
School of Sciences
Mody University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Marine Sciences
Industrial Technology Institute
Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture
James Cook University