Prof. Dr Fawzy F. Shalaby

Prof. Dr Fawzy F. Shalaby

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E-mail: fawzyshalaby@yahoo.co.uk

CV

Name                : Fawzy Faiek SHALABY

Date of Birth     : August, 11th 1942

Present Employment:  Emeritus Professor of Economic Entomology (since  August, 11th 2002), Plant Protection Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Benha University.

Preceding Employment: Professor of Economic Entomology, Plant Protection  Dept., Faculty of Agriculture, Benha University.

Title of Ph.D. Thesis: “Studies on insects associated with weeds”.  Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University,  1974.                                                             

 E-mail Address:   fawzyshalaby@yahoo.co.uk

Business Address:  Faculty of Agriculture, Moshtohor,Tukh, Qalubiyah, EGYPT.

 Home address:  11 Gameaat Al-Kahera st., appt. 17, Giza, EGYPT.                       

Professional Experience:

1- Demonstrator of Entomology (1963), High Agricultural Institute, Edfina,  Beheira, EGYPT

2- Lecturer of Economic Entomology (1971), Plant Protection Dept., Faculty of Agriculture,, Benha Branch, Zagazig University.

3- Associate Professor of Economic Entomology (1979), Plant Protection Dept., Faculty of Agriculture, Benha Branch, Zagazig University.

4- Professor of Economic Entomology (1984) and head of the Plant Protection Dept. (September, 1st  1991 to August, 31st 1997),, Plant Protection  Dept., Faculty of Agriculture, Benha Branch, Zagazig University.

5- Member of the Egyptian Scientific Committee for Promotion of Staff-members (in the fields of Economic Entomology, Agricultural Zoology and Pesticides) in Egyptian Universities (2001 – 2004).

6- Emeritus Professor of Economic Entomology (2002 till now), Plant Protection Dept., Faculty of Agric., Benha University.

Membership in National Scientific Projects:

  • Development of Improved Horticultural Extension Programs for Small Farmers (1990 – 1993).

2- Recent Advances in Propagation Technology for Citrus Nurseries (2002 – 2004), (responsibility for keeping selected citrus seedlings

and shrubs free from insect infestation).

  • Nile Valley Program for Wild Oats Project. ( Responsibility of using a monophagous beneficial fly, Phytomyza orobanchia for the biological control of the broomrape weeds, Orobanche spp. (1996 – 2002).

4- National Project for the Biological Control of Water Hyacinth, Eichhornia craccipes  in Egypt (1999 -2014) . 

Membership in National Scientific Societies:

1- The Entomological Society of Egypt (since 1970).

2 – Member and Founder, in the Egyptian Society of Biological Pests’ Control (since 1989).

3- Member of the Managing Council of the preceding Society.

4- The Egyptian National Society of Environmental Protection.

Publications: 69 published research papers, of which 16 are in the field of biological control of weeds; 43 in the biological control of insect pests.