Amgad Gerges

Amgad Gerges is a senior lecturer in biosciences with the School of Human Sciences, and has extensive experience of working in a blood science laboratory spanning three decades.

Amgad Gerges

Amgad Gerges

Amgad has an MSc in medicinal chemistry, a BSc (Hons) in biomedical science, a BSc in chemistry, and a foundation degree in christian theology.

He has worked in the NHS for nearly 30 years in the blood science laboratory between biochemistry, haematology and blood transfusion. He started as a trainee and currently is a consultant advisor on staff training and development.

In 2019 Amgad started working on the drug discovery of neuroblastoma.

  • Butterworth RJ, Wassif WS, Gerges A, Sherwood RA, Peters TJ, Bath PMW.  Serum carnosinase activity is reduced in acute stroke.  Cerebrovasc Dis 1995; 5:246. (Abstract)

  • Wassif WS, Butterworth RJ, Gerges A, Bath PMW, Sherwood RA, Peters TJ.  Serum carnosinase activity following cerebral infarction or haemorrhage.  Proc ACB National Meeting, May 1995; C49: 154. (Abstract)

  • Butterworth RJ, Wassif WS, Sherwood RA, Gerges A, Bath PMW, Peters TJ.  Serum neurone specific enolase and carnosinase in acute stroke: an enzyme test for predicting outcome in stroke?  Stroke 1996; 27:2064-2068.


  • State registered Biomedical Scientist with the Health and Care Profession Council (HCPC).
  • Member of the Institute of Biomedical Scientists (IBMS) and an external Examiner/Assessor for the Institute.
  • Member of the British Society of Haematology and a member of General Haematology Sounding Board.

Rev. Dcn. Amgad Gerges, MSc, PGcert, PGD, BSc (Hons), BSc, FDA, FHEA, MIBMS, MBSH

Senior Lecturer

Course Leader BSc Biomedical Science

London Metropolitan University

School of Human Sciences

166-220 Holloway Rd


N7 8DB

Tel: 02071332185

Office: T12-03