Esam Mohamed Abdalla Ali

Lecturer - PhD

Faculty of medicine

Address: Tahta - Sohag



I welcome you to my personal University website. I am Dr Esam M A Ali, Lecturer at the Department of Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology.I got my PhD from the University of Bradford , Bradford , United Kingdom.

2018-10-29 06:42:51
Fourth international conference of forensic medicine will be held at Riyadh , Saudi Arabia on 27-29 November 2018. Read more

2018-10-29 06:02:06
Postgraduate seminar
A scientific seminar for postgraduate students will be held on 30/10/2018 at 11 a.m.The venue is the department of forensic mediciene. Read more

2018-10-28 18:20:08
Forensic medicine and clinical toxicology course
a lecture on firearm injuries on 31/10/2018 at 10 a.m. Read more

2018-10-29 06:30:03 | Keywords applications, forensic, Raman spectroscopy,
Raman Spectroscopy: an aid to forensic and crime scene analysis
A field-portable Raman spectrometer is a reliable technique that can be used by emergency response teams to rapidly identify unknown samples. The portability and rapidity of the analysis are significant advantages. These criteria are significantly important for law enforcement agencies working in the field and dealing with relatively large numbers of samples on a daily basis. Read more

Analytical Raman spectroscopy in a forensic art context: The non-destructive discrimination of genuine and fake lapis lazuli
The differentiation between genuine and fake lapis lazuli specimens using Raman spectroscopy is assessed using laboratory and portable instrumentation operating at two longer wavelengths of excitation in the near-infrared, namely 1064 and 785 nm. In spite of the differences between the spectra excited here in the near infrared and those reported in the literature using visible excitation, it is clear ... Read more

Raman spectroscopy and security applications: the detection of explosives and precursors on clothing
This study describes the application of confocal Raman microscopy to the detection and identification of explosives and their precursors _in situ_ on undyed natural and synthetic fibres and coloured textile specimens. Raman spectra were obtained from explosives particles trapped between the fibres of the specimens. The explosives pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN), trinitrotoluene (TNT), and ammonium nitrate as well as the explosives ... Read more

2018-10-28 07:32:57 | Keywords portable raman spectroscopy, beverages, flunitrazepam, fornsic ;,
The detection of flunitrazepam in beverages using portable Raman spectroscopy
Portable Raman spectroscopy has been used for the detection of the date-rape drug flunitrazepam in spiked beverages that may be involved in cases of drug-facilitated sexual assault. Solutions of flunitrazepam with different concentrations were prepared in water and for each beverage type. Although some bands attributable to the beverage matrix are present, they did not interfere with the identification of ... Read more

The preservation of archaeological brain remains in a human skeleton,
The identification of biomass within the cranial cavity of a waterlogged human skeleton inside a fish-tailed wooden coffin from a nineteenth century burial has been confirmed as brain tissue. A comparison is made between the Raman spectra obtained in the current study with those from an Iron Age brain found in an isolated cranium dating from about 500 years BCE, ... Read more

2018-10-28 18:15:28 | Clinical Toxicology course
Clinical Toxicology course
14/11/2018 on a lecture on pesticides Read more

2018-10-28 18:11:12 | Forensic Medicine course
Forensic Medicine course
10/12/2018 a lecture on sexual offences on Read more