MUVP People Research Field Work Prep. LabAwardsCollaborations Contact عــــــربي

   Hesham Sallam •PhD : Mansoura University

Working broadly on vertebrate paleontological research in Egypt,    currently focusing on Paleogene mammals from the Fayum Depression and Dinosaurs from Western Desert of Egypt. Experience with research on stratigraphy in the paleozoic and Cretaceous deposits of Egypt. 

http://islandafrica.org/sallam.htm

 

   Sanaa El-Sayed BSc in Geology, Mansoura University

Demonstrator of Stratigraphy and Paleontology at the Department of Geology, Mansoura University, doing her Master Degree on "Paleontological studies on some Eocene vertebrates from Wadi El Hitan, Fayum, Egypt"              Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

 

   Iman El Dawoudi • BSc in Geology, Mansoura University

Postgraduate student at Department of Geology, Mansoura University, Postgraduate student at Department of Geology, Mansoura University, Masters on "Upper Cretaceous dinosaur remains from the Dakhla and Kharga Oases, Western Desert, Egypt" 

Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

 

   May El Amir  • BSc in Geology, Mansoura University

Postgraduate student at Department of Geology, Mansoura University, Masters on Eocene Whales from Wadi Hitan Egypt

Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

   Sarah saber  BSc in Geology, Assiut University

Demonstrator at Department of Geology, Assiut University, Masters on "Crocodyliform remains from the Upper Cretaceous deposits of Dakhla and Kharga Oases, Western Desert, Egypt"

Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

   Afifi silim  MSc in Vertebrate Paleontology, Cairo     Geological Museum.

Director of Vertebrate paleontology sector in Cairo Geological Museum, Egypt. PhD on "Evolution and relationships of late Eocene-early Oligocene anthracotheriids from the Fayum Depression, Egypt"                  Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

   Mohammed Korany  MSc in Geology, Cairo  University

Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Geology, Cairo University, Ph.D. on "Crocodylian and testudienes paleontological and paleoenvironmental studies of the early miocene sediments, Qattara depression, north western desert, Egypt"                                           Supervisor: Dr. Hesham Sallam

 

- Affiliated scientists :

   Mahmoud Kora   Prof. Mansoura University

Interested in stratigraphy and paleontology of the Paleozoic and Mesosoic deposits of Sinai; extensive experience working on the sedimentology, invertebrate paleontology, and paleoenvironments of Egypt


http://www.mans.edu.eg/pcvs/10776

 

 

   Mohamed Sameh  Egyptian Environmental Affairs                                                          Agency ( EEAA )

Director of  the Department of geology and paleontology of Nature conservation sector in EEAA. Interested in vertebrate paleontology of Egypt, particularly Paleogene Cetacea (whales).

 

 

   Gebely Abulkhair   Assiut University (Branch of New Valley)

Lecturer at the Department of Geology, Assiut Univeristy. Interested in vertebrate paleontology of Egypt, particularly Paleogene Cetacea (whales).

 

 

   Patrick O'Connor     •Ph.D. : Ohio University

Interested in the evolution of Mesozoic Paleogene terrestrial vertebrates, particularly Cretaceous-age archosaurs (dinosaurs, birds, crocodyliforms) from Africa, Madagascar, and North America.

http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/dbms-oconnor

 

 

   Erik Seiffert         Ph.D. : Stony Brook University

Late Cretaceous and Paleogene vertebrates of Afro-Arabia, particularly in the later Paleogene deposits of the Fayum Depression; evolution of endemic African mammals (Afrotheria) and primates.

http://www.anat.sunysb.edu/eseiffert

   Matthew Lamanna         Ph.D. : Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Interested in the evolution and paleobiogeography of Mesozoic terrestrial vertebrates, particularly Cretaceous-age archosaurs (non-avian dinosaurs, birds, and crocodyliforms) from the Gondwanan (Southern Hemisphere) continents.

http://www.carnegiemnh.org/vp/lamanna.html

   Eric Gorscak          Ph.D. : Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Interested in Gondwanan paleobiogeography and the evolution of Cretaceous African faunas, with doctoral research focused on African titanosaurian sauropod dinosaurs..

http://http://www.ohio.edu/people/oconnorp/team.html

 

 

   Kerin M. Claeson     Ph.D. Philadelphia College of                                                    Osteopathic Medicine

Particularly concerned with assessing the role that fossils play in the interpretation of modern biodiversity and phylogenetics, as well as the role that phenotypic variation plays in the interpretation of vertebrate fossils and systematics. Focused on Cartilaginous and Bony fishes.

http://www.pcom.edu/Faculty/claesonk/home.html

 

 

   Joe Groenke       •Stony Brook University

Manager of the Stony Brook University, Vertebrate Fossils Preparation Laboratory.

 

 

   Eric lund              •Ohio University

Expert processing and preparation of vertebrate fossils

 

 

- Volunteers :

 

   Farahat Ibrahim       Mansoura University

Farahat is is a postgraduate student who is interested in vertebrate paleontology.
 

 

 

  Heba El Dosouky        Mansoura University

Demonstrator of Paleontology at  Department of Geology Mansoura University.

 

 

   Asmaa Abdel Fatah      •Mansoura University

 

Interested in Vertebrate Paleontology  and Hydrology .

 

 

 

   Omima Ibrahim     Mansoura University

Omima is a demonstrator at Department of Geology, Mansoura University, doing her Master Degree in Hydrology.
 

 

 

 

    Mohamed Hassan     Mansoura University

Mohamed is a postgraduate student who is interested in vertebrate paleontology.His Bachelor degree  project was on Fayum (Eocene-Oligocene) mammals, focusing on Order Serinia.

 

 

   Abdel Rahman Yousri    Mansoura University

Abdel Rahman is a postgraduate student who is interested in vertebrate paleontology.

 

 

   Haytham El Atfy    Mansoura University

Interested in Cretaceous palynology and palynofacies of Egypt; general background in the paleontology and stratigraphy of Egypt.

 

   Khaled Behzad      •Mansoura University

General background in geology and Information technology (IT).
 

 

 

 

 

- Former Students :

   Lamiaa Ali       Mansoura University  2012

Lamiaa was working on Wadi Hitan whales (Eocene-Oligocene), Egypt

 

 

    Aya El sayed         Mansoura University 2012

Aya is a postgraduate student who is intersted in vertebrate paleontology.

 

   Aya abd el-Wahab     Mansoura University 2012

Aya is a postgraduate student who is intersted in vertebrate   paleontology.

 

 

      Nagwa Ibrahim      Mansoura University 2012

Nagwa is a postgraduate student who is intersted in vertebrate paleontology.