Director General

Prof. Naser Eldin Bilal Mohamed

  • Professor of Medical Microbiology University of Khartoum 2009 – 2015.
  • Consultant and Chair of the Laboratories Constituency at the National Council for Medical and Health professions since 2010.
  • Member of the Technical Evaluation Committees for MLS Programmes at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
  • Coordinator (Dean) of Medical Laboratory Sciences Program at Nile University College, Khartoum, Sudan since 2007 up to date.
  • Member of the National Committee for the Support of National Laboratories, Federal Ministry of Health, Sudan.since 4/9/2014 up to date.
  • Director General, Central Research Laboratory, University of Khartoum, 27/5/2015 up to date.
  • Member of the Board of Trustees, Nahda University College and Almdain College for Medical Sciences and Technology (ACMST).
  • Board Member of the scientific council of the University of Science and Technology, Omdurman City, since 2014.
  • Member of the Central Promotion Committee at General Administration of Private and Foreign Institutions, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research since 8 February 2017 up to date. [mohe.gov.sd– prived@mohe.gov.sd]

 

  1. Ibrahim, AIA, Awad, R, Shetty, SD, Saad. M. &Bilal. NE.Genito-Urinary Complications of Brucellosis. British Journal of Urology, 1988; 61: 294-298.
  2. Raziuddin, S,Bilal, NE& Benjamin, B. Transient T-cell abnormality in a selective IgM- Immunodeficient patient with brucella infection. Clinical Immunology & immunopathology. 1988; 46; 360-367
  3. El-Shoura, SM,Bilal, NE. et al. Detection of Escherichia coli in the naturally infected female camel tick Hyalomma (Hyalomma)dromedarii (Ixodoidea: Ixodidae), Internal. J. Acarol. 1990; 16(2): 63-66.
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  4. Bilal, NE.Jamjoom, GA, Bobo, RA, Aly, OFM & El-Nashar, NM. Brucellosis in the Asir Region of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med. J. 1991; 12(1): 37-41.
  5. Bilal, NE.Jamjoom, GA, Bobo, RA, Aly, OFM & El-Nashar, NM
    A study of the knowledge, attitudes & practice (KAP) of a Saudi Arabian Community towards brucellosis problem.Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association. 1991; Vol. LXV1 ; NO. (1,2 ) : 227-238
  6. Malik, GM, Al-Wabel, AA, Ahmed, MEBK,Bilal. NE.Shenoy, AK et al. Salmonella Infections in Asir Region, Southern of Saudi Arabia: Expatriates Implications. Annals of Saudi Medicine. 1993; 13(3): 242-245.
  7. Ibrahim, AIA,Bilal, NE.Shetty, SD, Patil KP &Gommaa H. The source of organisms in the post-prostatectomy bacteriuria of patients with pre-operative sterile urine. British Journal of Urology. 1993; 72: 770-74.
  8. El-Shoura, SM &Bilal, NE. Ultrastructure of negatively & positively stained Helicobacter pylori. Journal of Tropical Medicine. 1993: 2(4): 63-68.
  9. Malik, GM, Al-Wabel, AA, Ahmed, MEBK,Bilal, NE.Shenoy, Ak et al. Pattern of antibiotic Sensitivity of Salmonella Isolates in Asir Region, Southern Part of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Med. J. 1994; 15(1): 48-51.
  10. Bilal, et al. A study of group A beta-haemolytic streptococcal (GABHS) pharyngitis among school children in Abha. Journal of Tropical Medicine. 1994. Feb; 3(1): 79-83.
  11. Bilal, et al. Helicobacter pylori (HP) in Asir Region. Journal of Tropical Medicine, 1994, Aug; 3(2): 107-114
  12. Bilal, et al. Brucellosis among domestic livestock in the Dakahlia Governorate of Egypt. Journal of Tropical Medicine, 1994. Aug; 3(2); 53-56.
  13. Bilal, NE Urogenital mycoplasma and bacteria in seminal fluids. Journal of Tropical Medicine (JTM) gastroenterology. hepatology and infectious diseases, 1994 , Dec; 3(3) 169-175.
  14. Raziuddin S, M, E. El-Awad, Telmesani,Bilal NE and Mansour Al-Janadi. CD4 +Th2 Cell response cytokine production in bacterial meningitis. Journal of Clinical Immunology, 1995; 15(6) :338-348
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  15. El- Shoura S andBilal NE. Case for the panel. Helicobacter pylori III ultrastructural detection of outer multicircularmembrances of unknown origin and function .Ultrastructural Pathology. 1996; 20(6): 593-597.
  16. Abolfotouh, M,Bilal NE, Ibrahim A. Badawi&Mostafa M. Ghieth. Throat culture screening for Beta-hemolytic streptococci among schoolboys in Southwestern Saudi Arabia. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal (EMHJ), WHO, 1996, Dec.; 2(3): 425-431.
  17. TekluB,BilalNE , Ahmed Makeen . Acute Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections at Asir Central Hospital: a pilot study. Journal of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases, 1996, Apr; 4(2): 123-127.
  18. Bilal NE, Ahmed MEK, Al-Knawy B, Al-Wabel AA and Foli AK, Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Helicobacter pylori strains in Asir region of Saudi Arabia. Journal of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases, 1996, Dec.; 4(4): 41-45.
  19. Bilal NE.Batouk A, Abu-Eshy S, Al-Ghamdi B and Al-Wabel AA. Antimicrobial effects ofNigella sativa on selected microorganisms. (Preliminary report ). Journal of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases, 1996, Dec.; 4(4): 105-111.
  20. Al-KnawyB,Bilal, NE. El-Bagir, Al-Wabel, FoliA et al. Metronidazole-Resistant Helicobacter pylori strains among Saudi patients with dyspepsia. Saudi Med J. 1997, May-June; 18(3): 261-263.
  21. Bilal, NE, and Al Faiki YH. Antimicrobial activity of honey on selected microorganisms: a preliminary study. Biomedical Research, 1998; 9(1): 51-54.
  22. Bilal, NE. Nosocomial Infections in a Maternity Hospital, Saudi Arabia. Biomedical Research, 1998; 9(2) : 139-145.
  23. Bilal, NEAetiology of vaginal infections in a maternity hospital at Abha, Saudi Arabia. Biomedical Research, 1999; 10(1): 41-45.
  24. AsindiA,Bilal NE.Fattini Y, et al. Neonatal septicaemiainAbha, southwest Saudi Arabia: prevalent bacterial agents and antimicrobial susceptibilities. Saudi Med. J 1999; 20(12): 42-46,
  25. Bilal NE and Gedebou M. Staphylococcus aureus as a paradigm of a persistent problem of bacterial multiple antibiotic resistance in Abha, Saudi Arabia. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal (EMHJ), WHO 2000; 6(5/6): 65-71.
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  26. Al GhaithyAA,Bilal NE.Gedebou M &Weily AH. Nasal carriage and antibiotic resistance of Staphylococcus aureus isolates from hospital and non-hospital personnel in Abha, Saudi Arabia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 2000; 94: 504-507.
  27. Bilal NE&Gedebou M. Clinical and community strains of Klebsiellapneumoniae
    multiple and increasing rates of antibiotic restistance in Abha, Saudi Arabia. British Journal of Biomedical Science, 2000; 57: 185-191
  28. Bilal NE.Gedebou M, Al-Mohayia MH. Gram-negative bacilli from hospital and non-hospital personnel: pharyngeal carriage, multi-drug resistance and extended-spectrum β lactamase in Abha, Saudi Arabia. Biomedical Research, 2001; 12(3): 251-258.
  29. Saleh Al-Ghamdi, MesseleGedebouandBilal NE. Nosocomial infections and misuse of antibiotics in a provincial community hospital. Journal of Hospital Infection, 2002; 50:115-121
  30. Bilal NE.Gedebou M. Ghamdi S. Endemic nosocomial infections and misuse of antibiotics in a maternity hospital in Saudi Arabia. ActaPathologica, Microbiologica et, ImmunologicaScandinavica(APMIS), 2002; 110: 140-7.
  31. Bahar AM.Bilal NE, ESkander MA. Brief communication: High vaginal swab cultures in normal and preterm Labor. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2004 (87): 145-146.
  32. MariaCirlan, MagidaSaad, Gabriela Coman,NaserEldin Bilal. Ah Magzoub Elbashier5, Deborah Kreft6, et al. International spread of major clones of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus: nosocomial endemicity of multi locus sequence type 239 in Saudi Arabia and Romania. Infections, Genetics and Evolution 5 (2005): 335-339.
  33. Ibrahim ME, Bilal NE and Hamid ME. (2012). Increased multidrug resistant Escherichia coli from from hospitals in Khartoum state, Sudan: African Health Sciences. 2012; 12(3): 368 – 375.
  34. Ibrahim ME, Bilal NE, Magzoub MA and Hamid ME. Prevalence of extended-spectrum β-lactamases-producing Escherichia coli from Hospitals in Khartoum State, Sudan. Oman Medical Journal ,2013,28(2):119-123.
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  35. Ibrahim ME, Bilal NE, Magzoub MA. Alzuhairy A. and Hamid ME. Prevalence of Multidrug Resistant Escherichia coli Clinical Isolates from Sudan S.Med. J 2013; 34(3): 179 – 186.
  36. Ibrahim ME, Bilal NE, Magzoub MA and Hamid ME.Distribution of Class I integrons and their effect on the prevalence of multi-drug resistant Escherichia coli clinical isolates from Sudan.Saudi Med J 2013;34(3):240-247.
  37. Magzoub Abbas Mazoub, NaserEldin Bilal, Jalal Ali Bilal, OmranFadl Osman. Rotavirus infection among Sudanese children younger than 5 years of age: a cross sectional hospital-based study. Pan African Medical Journal 2013; 16(88):2519.
  38. Hanaa A.M Osman, Kamal H. Eltom, Nasreen O. Musa, Nasereldin M. Bilal, etal Development and evaluation of loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay for detection of Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in Sudan.Journal of Virological Methods 190(2013) 4 – 10.
  39. Zeinab A. Abdelaziz, Mutasim E. Ibrahim, Naser E. Bilal, Mohamed E. Hamid. Vaginal infections among pregnant women at Omdurman Maternity Hospital, Khartoum State, Sudan. The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 2014; 8(4):490-497.
  40. Ibrahim ME, Bilal NE, Hamid ME. Comparison of Phenotypic Characteristics and Antimicrobial Resistance Patterns of Clinical Escherichia coli Collected From Two Unrelated Geographical Areas, Global Journal Health Science 2014;6(6) : 126-135, ISSN 1916-9736.
  41. AbdoK.Salem, Naser E. Bilal, Ibrahim Mutasim Frequent carriage of invasive Salmonellae amongst patients infected with schistosomiasis in Sudan.. African Journal of Microbiology Research (AJMR), 2015 Feb 25;.9(8): 543-548, Article Number: 988227150759. ISSN 1996-0808. http://www.academicjournals.org/AJMR
  42. Alaa MM, Hanaa SA, Samira MB, Naser E. Bilal,etal. Inducible clindamycin resistance and nasal carriage rates of Staphylococcus aureus among healthcare workers and community members, African Health Science; 2015 Sep 15 (3):861-867.
  43. AmmarAlalim, Naser E. Bilal, Awad-ElkareemAbass, Elhassan M Elhassan, Ahmed AMohammed, Ishag Adam. Complement activation, placental malaria infections and birth weight in an area characterized by unstable malaria transmission in Central Sudan, Diagnostic Pathology, 2015; 10:49.
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  44. Amged G. Mostafa, Naser E. Bilal, Awad-ElkareemAbass, Elhassan M Elhassan, Ahmed AMohammed, Ishag Adam. Coagulation and fibrinolysis indicators and placental malaria infection in an area characterized by unstable malaria transmission in Centre of Sudan. Malaria Research and Treatment.Volume 2015, Article ID 369237, 7 pages.Http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/369237
  45. AymenMudaweNurain, Naser E. Bilal, MutasimElhadi Ibrahim, The frequency and antimicrobial resistance patterns of nosocomial pathogens recovered from cancer patients and hospital environments, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine. 2015;5 (12):1055-1059.
  46. ReemEltayeb, Naser E. Bilal, etal. Macrophage migration inhibition factor and placental malaria infection in an area characterized by unstable malaria transmission in Central Sudan, F 1000 Research 2015,4:824-32 (doi:10.12688/ F 1000 research.7061.1)
  47. Mazen AE, DevendraBansal, Asha AE, NE Bilal, etal. “Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Molecular Epidemiology” of Extended Spectrum beta-lactamase Producing Entrobacteriaceae from Intensive Care Units in Hamad Medical Corporation Qatar. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control (ARIC), 2016;5(4):1-6.
  48. SamahAwadAbdulRahim,NaserEldinBilalMohamed and Aisha ZoheirALmagboul. In vivo antibacterial and wound healing activities of Acacia ehrenbergiana. Mediterranean Journal of Biosciences 2016, 1(14): 147-152.
  49. SamahAwadAbdulRahim,Aisha ZoheirALmagboul and NaserEldinBilalMohamed. Antimicrobial activity of Croton zambesicus ,Acaciaehrenbergiana, and Fagoniacretica. National Journal of Advanced Research. May 2016, 2(3): 16-20 (impact factor: RJIF 3.42)
  50. Najwa A Mhmoud and Naser Eldin Bilal. Cytokines plasma level in Active Tuberculosis and Post Treatment in Sudanese Tuberculosis Patients. International Journal of Scientific Progress and Research (IJSPR), Issue 95, volume 34, Number 01,2017 (ISSN:2349-4689) (impact factor: 3.963)
  51. Najwa A Mhmoud and Naser Eldin Bilal. Interleukin 17 A and F single nucleotide polymorphism with tuberculosis in Sudanese population. International Journal of Scientific Progress and Research (IJSPR), Issue 98, volume 34, Number 04, 2017 (ISSN:2349-4689) (impact factor: 3.963)
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  52. NaserEldin Bilal,AlnazierAltayeb, A. Abdalmahmoud, F. Mustafa. Bacterial Aetiology of Nosocomial Blood-stream Infection Among Children in Khartoum State: a pilot study, International Journal of Scientific Progress and Research (IJSPR), Issue 108, 38(01):2017 (ISSN: 2349-4689).
  53. AbdAlfatahD,O, Mohammed D,E, NaserEldin Bilal, Shargi A,H. Antibacterial Activity of Fresh Garlic Extract Against Multi-drug Resistant Bacteria. International Journal of Scientific Progress and Research (IJSPR),(impact factor: 3.963). Issue 102, 35 (03):2017 (ISSN: 2349-4689).
  54. Esraa Alawad, MawadaBabiker, Salma Alrsheed, Naser Eldin Bilal. Antibacterial Activity of Hibiscus sabdariffa Extract and its Oil Against Selected Bacterial Isolates. International Journal of Scientific Progress and Research (IJSPR),(impact factor: 3.963) Issue 102, volume 35, Number 03, 2017 (ISSN: 2349-4689).
  55. Omer MIbrahim, N.E.Bilaletal. Assessment of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Detection Methods: analytical comparative study. Pan African Medical Journal.2017; 27:281. doi:10.11604/pamj.2017.27.281.9016.
  56. Magzoub Abbas Magzoub, Naser E. Bilal et al. Detection and Sequencing of Rotavirus among Sudanese Children. Pan African Medical Journal, Sep 2017; 28:87. doi : 10.11604/pam; 2017.28.87.11008 (http:// www.panafrican-med-journal.com) ISSN: 1937-8688.
  57. Ibrahim Hassan Babikir, Elsir Ali Abugroun, Naser Eldin Bilal et al. The impact of Cathelicidin, the Human antimicrobial peptide LL-37 in Urinary Tract Infections. BMC Infectious Diseases.2018;18:17.D0I : 101186/s12879017-2901-z
  58. ZobidaAbdElgadir Ahmed, Tawsul Mohammed Eltayeb, Hind Aljaili Mohamed and NaserEldin Bilal Mohmed. Antibacterial Activity of Honey and Acacia nilotica Extract against AerobicBacteria Isolated from Diabetic Wound. EC Microbiology 14.7 (2018): 408-413.
  59. Ahmed Mustafa, Naser Eldin Bilal et al. The Association between Helicobacter pyloriSeropositivity and low birth weight in a Sudanese Maternity Hospital. Int J GynecolObstet 2018, 1-4. DOI :10.1002/ijgo.12641
  60. Sara Abdeljalil Zeenelabdeen , Samah Awad Abdurahim and Naser Eldin Bilal. Antimicrobial Activity of Cinnamon Bark Oil against Urinary Tract Infections Associated Pathogens. Europen Journal of Pharmacetical and Medical Research. (accepted , www.ejpmr.com ) EJPMR Impact factor:4.897;ICV 79.57 manuscript No. EJPMR/5532/5/2018 (October Issue)
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  61. Samira Munir Bolis, Magda Mahmmoud, Salah El din Gumma, Naser Eldin Bilal, Isam El Khidir, “Molecular Detection of Human Papilloma Virus Genotypes in Children with Focal Epithelial Hyperplasia in Khartoum State J.of virol. Sciences, 2019, 5: 86-96.
  62. Omer M.A Ibrahim, NaserEldin Bilalet al. Coagulase Gene polymorphism of Staphylococcus aureus isolates from patients at Kosti Teaching Hospital,Sudan. Accepted at Access Microbiology. Ms.No.ACMI-D-19-00011R1(em@editorialmanager.com).
  63. Dirar M, Bilal N, Ibrahim M E, et al. (March 13,2020) Resistance Patterns and Phenotypic Detection of β-lactamase Enzymes among Enterobacteriaceae Isolates from Referral Hospitals in Khartoum State, Sudan. Cureus 12(3): e7260. DOI 10.7759/cureus.7260
  64. Elteleb G. Elnaim … and Naser Eldin B. Mohamed. Association of thrombocytopenia, Urine malaria Antigens, and Blood Group with malaria Parasite Density among Sudanese Malaria patients at Sharg Al-Nile District in Khartoum State. Int. J. Adv. Res. Biol. Sci (2020). 7(3): 17-22. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22192/ ijarb.2020.07.03.003.
  65. Maha H. Dirar, Naser Eldin Bilal, Mutasim E. Ibrahim, Mohamed E. Hamid. Prevalence of extended-spectrum β-lactamase (EBSL) and molecular detection of bla TEM, bla SHV and bla CTX-Mgenotypes among Enterobacteriaceae isolates from patients in Khartoum, Sudan. Accepted to PAMJ volume 37. Article number 213,03 Nov 2020. 10.11.11604/pamj, 2020, 37. 213.24988.
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