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 Research Projects Effective 2016

 
Project Title Principal Investigator College Department

Diagnostic and Prognostic of Fuel Cell Systems

Hassan Noura

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Residential Emergency Demand Response using Complex Bid Model for Islanded Microgrids with Droop Control of DG

Abbas Ahmad Fardoun

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering 

Growth of Microalgae for Simultaneous Biodiesel Production and Treatment of Industrial Wastewater

Sulaiman Al-Zuhair

College of Engineering

Chemical and Petroleum 

New methodologies for broadband vibration-energy harvesting

Samir Emam

College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 

Investigating Various Issues on Grid Integration for Heaving Wave Energy Converters and Design/Implementation of Novel Resonant Circuit.

Addy Wahyudie

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering 

Laboratory Investigation of the UAE - Biodiesel fuel: Production, Engine Performances and Toxicity of Emissions on Human Health and Environment

Emad Eldeen J. Elnajjar

College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 

Molecular studies on Gastric Stem Cells and Carcinogenesis

Sherif M Karam

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Anotomy

The Al Ain Mother and Child Cohort Study

iain blair

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Public Health

Effects of H3 Receptor Antagonists/Inverse Agonists on the Animal Model of Autism Spectrum Disorder Induced By Prenatal Exposure to Valproic Acid.

Bassem Shaban Hasan Sadek

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Development of Rapid Electrical Detection of Viruses and Cells in Urine for Early Detection of Disease

Mahmoud Al Ahmad

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Department

Developmental programming of the rat pancreas: Normal versus metabolically altered pancreas.

Eric Mensah-Brown

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Anotomy

Epstein-Barr virus small RNAs: Their intracellular transport, excretion, uptake and functional impact on recipient cells

Gulfaraz Khan

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Microbiology and Immunology

Application of next-generation sequencing to determine actionable pharmacogenomic biomarkers and haplotypes in oncology and cardiology among Emiratis

Bassam R. Ali

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

pathology

Assessment of Transboundary Water Resources in UAE

Mohamed Mostafa Mohamed

College of Engineering

Civil Engineering 

Expression profiling and mutant analysis reveals complex regulatory networks involved in Arabidopsis response to biotic, abiotic and hormonal stresses

Synan Abu Qamar

 College of Science

Biology

Innovative Techniques for Enhancement of Safety of Roadway Bridge Girders using Noncorrosive Advanced Composite Materials

Amr Mahmoud Sweedan

College of Engineering

Civil Engineering 

Camelait: Characterization and Analysis of Camel Milk Proteins

Afaf Kamal Eldin 

College of Food and Agriculture

Food Science 

Valorization of Lost Dates and Processing By-products (VALORDATE)

Sami Ghnimi

College of Food and Agriculture

Food Science 

Role of Purine-rich Sequences and Pr78Gag Precursor in the Selective Packaging of the Genomic RNA (gRNA) of Mason-Pfizer Monkey Virus (MPMV): a Potential Vector for Human Gene Therapy

Tahir Rizvi

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Microbiology and Immunology

Role of hypoxia and inflammation in white matter injury

Fakhreya Yousuf Hussain Mohammad

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Characterization of carbapenemase producing members of Klebsiella pneumoniae ST14 clone highly prevalent in the UAE by whole genome sequencing

Agnes Sonnevend-Pal

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Microbiology and Immunology

Effects of Dehydration neurohormones, Inflammtory cytokines, oxidative stress and functional genomics in the Camel

abdu adem

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Pharmacology and Therapeutics

A multimodal approach to examine signatures of brain cortical plasticity in health and disease by combining non-invasive brain stimulation and EEG

Milos Lubisavijevic

College of Medicine and Health Sciences

Physiology

Prediction of long-term effects of sustained loads and offshore-environment on composite structures

Abdel-Hamid Mourad

College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 

Multihoming Resource Allocation for Machine-to-Machine Capillary Wireless Networks

Atef Abdrabou

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering 

Mar 22, 2016