Amgad Gerges

Amgad Gerges is a blood science lecturer 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 works as a part-time lecturer in the School of Human Sciences' Blood Science department (Haematology/Biochemistry). He loves being with his students, and hopes that his extensive experience of working in a blood science laboratory since 1990 benefits his students in his teaching. 

Amgad currently serves as module leader on four modules, one at undergraduate level and three at postgraduate level. He has a particular interest in medicinal chemistry and drug discovery.
 
  • 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.