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Details of  GAMAL ELHAG-IDRIS, MCIC, C.CHEM   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title MCIC, C.Chem., CMOS Accredited Consultant
Nationality Canada
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BSc, Postgraduate Diploma Marine Pollution Chemistry, Postgraduate Certificate Environmental Engineering Sciences
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management , Operational Support (technical) , Technical Advice & Consulting , Other
Research Area(s) Chemical Oceanography , Chemical Oceanography
Research Activities Chemical Oceanography, Pollution Control, and Water Technology:

Education and Professional Development: 

¨      Postgraduate Diploma in Marine Pollution Chemistry: University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

¨      BSc. Marine Chemistry: King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

¨      Certificate Environmental Engineering Science: Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

¨      Introduction to Forensic Science. NANYANG Technological University, Singapore. Coursera Certificate

¨      Volcanic Eruptions: a material science. LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSITÄT    MÜNCHEN. Germany, Coursera Certificate

¨      Chemicals and Health by Johns Hopkins University, USA, Coursera Certificate

¨      Foundations for Global Health Responders. University of Colorado, School of Medicine, USA, Coursera Certificate

¨      Forensic Sciences and Criminal Justice, University of Leicester, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      The Psychology of Criminal Justice, Crime101x: The School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Australia, edX Certificate,

¨      Exploring Our Oceans, University of Southampton, Oceanography, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Forensic Psychology, The Open University, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Identification The Dead, University of Dundee, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Introduction to Cyber Security, The Open University, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Introduction to the Science of Cancer, The Ohio State University, Comprehensive Cancer Center, College of Medicine, USA, Coursera Certificate

¨      The Business of Mining, TBOMx, Curtin University, Australia, edX Certificate  

¨      Cancer in the 21st Century, University of Glasgow, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Cancer Immunotherapy: a Step Change in Cancer Treatment, University of Birmingham, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Inside Cancer: How Genes Influence Cancer Development, University of Bath, UK, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      The Science of Medicines, Monash University, Australia, FutureLearn Certificate

¨      Introduction to the Biology of Cancer, Johns Hopkins University, USA, Coursera Certificate

¨      Water for Livable and Resilience Cities, Monash University, Australia, FutureLearn Certificate

Working languages English
Skills/Expertise

¨      Over 20 years of water chemistry experience with strong knowledge of water technology, pollution control, chemical oceanography and environmental chemistry

¨      Expertise in finding solution troubleshooting of Reverse Osmoses water System and boiler water chemistry

¨      Managed chemical waste and R&D experience with strong knowledge of GMP, FDA and MOE guidelines

¨      Managed purchasing of chemicals for manufacturing and R&D from several suppliers while maximizing resources

¨      Proven ability to work in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with quick adaptation to changing priorities.

¨      Authored many technical papers in oceanography, environmental engineering, industrial wastewater e.g. mining wastewater, pharmaceutical drugs waste, desalination, oil bioremediation

¨      Designed and performed various chemical formulation R&D used for electrophoreses application, adhesive polymerization and water chemistry test.

¨      Graduate study project in the role of organo-metallic compounds in estuarine sediments using sequential extraction method

¨      Expertise in the chemical parameters and engineering operation procedure of wastewater treatment plant.

¨      Computer skills: familiar with Microsoft Office, Windows and Apple System application

Comments

List of Selected Publications:

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed “Endocrine Disruptors: Part 2, Safe Disposals of Pharmaceuticals into the Environment” INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 31, (1), 28-32, (May/June 2014),

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed “Endocrine Disruptors: Part 1, Pharmaceutical Drugs Pathways, Risks and Controlling Disposal to Environment” INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 31, (2), 23-28, (March/ April 2014).

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed "Neurotoxicological Risks Related to Mining Wastewater" INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 30 (4) 27-32. (July/August 2013)

¨      Gamal E., Omer Elhag-Idris “Available Technology for Ballast Water treatment” Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 13 (1), 7-11 (spring/ 2013)

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris ”Safety, waste and ethics of pharmaceutical drug” Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 10 (3) 3-4 (2010).   

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed “Risks of Adding Lithium as Mood Stabilizer in Drinking Water” Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 10 (1) 3-7 (2010).

¨      Gamal E.  Omer Elhag-Idris “The Risks of Antibiotics Therapy to Human and Environment” Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 9 (3) 3-6 (2009).

¨      Gamal E.Omer Elhag-Idris “The Importance of Chemical Oceanography”, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 9(2) 3-6, (2009). 

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris Nedam Abed “Planning for the Sustainability of the Marine Environment using RO Membrane Desalination Technology”, CMOS Bulletin, 35 (6) 174-181 (December/ 2007).

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Nedam Abed “Water Treatment Issues and Technology Trends” Ultrapure Water Journal, 24 (8) 32-36 (November/ 2007).  

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris “Control biofilm formation in industrial water treatment systems” Ultrapure Water Journal, 23 (2) 38-42 (March/ 2006).

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris “Methods of Controlling Industrial Wastewater Disposal into the Marine Environment” (Re-published with CMOS permission/ 2005), Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 6 (1) 3-5, (January/ 2006).

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris “A Review on Identifying and Controlling Contaminants in Drinking Water” Ultrapure Water Journal, 21 (8) 42-45 (November/ 2004). 

¨      Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris “Methods of Controlling Industrial Wastewater Disposal into the Marine Environment” CMOS Bulletin, 32 (3) 84-86 (June/ 2004), 

PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Gamal ELHAG-IDRIS, MCIC, C.CHEM)

Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Nedam Abed, Water Treatment Issues and Technology Trends, Ultrapure Water Journal, 24 (8) 32-36 (November/ 2007). Website: http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, A Review on Identifying and Controlling Contaminants in Drinking Water, Ultrapure Water Journal, 21 (8) 42-45 (November/ 2004), website: http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Nedam Abed, Planning for the Sustainability of the Marine Environment using RO Membrane Desalination Technology, CMOS Bulletin, 35 (6) 174-181 (December/ 2007), website: http://www.cmos.ca/site/cmos_bulletin
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed, Neurotoxicological Risks Related to Mining Wastewater, INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 30 (4) 27-32. (July/August 2013), Website: http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, The Risks of Antibiotics Therapy to Human and Environment, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 9 (3) 3-6 (2009) website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v09n3_Fall-2009.pdf
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Safety, waste and ethics of pharmaceutical drug, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 10 (3) 3-4 (2010) website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v10n3_Fall-2010.pdf
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Methods of Controlling Industrial Wastewater Disposal into the Marine Environment, CMOS Bulletin, 32 (3) 84-86 (June/ 2004), website: http://www.cmos.ca/site/cmos_bulletin
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed, Endocrine Disruptors: Part 1, Pharmaceutical Drugs Pathways, Risks and Controlling Disposal to Environment, INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 31, (2), 23-28, (March/ April 2014), Website; http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, The Importance of Chemical Oceanography, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 9(2) 3-6, (2009) website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v09n2_Summer-2009.pdf
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Control biofilm formation in industrial water treatment systems, Ultrapure Water Journal, 23 (2) 38-42 (March/ 2006). http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Available Technology for Ballast Water treatment, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 13 (1), 7-11 (spring/ 2013), website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v13n1_Spring-2013.pdf
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed, Endocrine Disruptors: Part 2, Safe Disposals of Pharmaceuticals into the Environment, INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT MAGAZINE, Vol. 31, (1), 28-32, (May/June 2014), Website: http://www.ultrapurewater.com/
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris; Nedam Abed, Risks of Adding Lithium as Mood Stabilizer in Drinking Water, Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 10 (1) 3-7 (2010) website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v10n1_Spring-2010.pdf
Gamal E. Omer Elhag-Idris, Methods of Controlling Industrial Wastewater Disposal into the Marine Environment, (Re-published with CMOS permission/ 2005), Association of the Chemical Profession of Ontario, Charter Chemist News, 6 (1) 3-5, (January/ 2006) website: http://www.acpo.on.ca/news/CCN/CCN_v06n1_Spring-2006.pdf

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Created: 2008-09-03 Last Updated: 2016-06-18