Ali Muhammad
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Ali Muhammad
alimuhammad@upr.edu.pk
Assistant Professor
Parasitology
+92-5824-960079
Qualifications
Degree From To Major Institute/University
Ph. D. 2008 2014 Zoology (Parasitology) PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi
M. Phil. 2006 2008 Zoology (Parasitology) Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi
M.Sc. 2003 2005 Zoology University of Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi
B. Sc. 2000 2003 Botany, Chemistry, Zoology University of the Punjab, Lahore
Experience
Designation Orgnization From To
Assistant Professor Department of Zoology, The University of Poonch Rawalakot May,2016 May,2017
Assistant Professor Department of Zoology, University of Poonch, Rawalakot May,2015 May,2016
Visiting Lecturer Federal College of Education, H-9, Islamabad March,2013 July,2013
Research Associate Department of Zoology, PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi February,2006 January,2008
Research Projects
Title Description Sponsoring agency Amount
Epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal nematodes of Goats of AJK, Pakistan Goats are important to the national economy of AJK, Pakistan, and are reared by farmers for meat and milk production. There is the increasing demand for meat and milk production to reduce the challenges of their shortages which is widespread in AJK, Pakistan. Azad Jammu and Kashmir is situated at the foothill of Himalayas. It lies between the latitude 320 to 360 and longitude 730 to 750 (Anonymous, 2000). Gastrointestinal Nematodes (GINs) infections are the most important factors militating agai Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan 0.5 M
 
Affiliations
Capacity Institute/University
Research Visitor University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Researcher Moredun Research Institute, Scotland, UK
Publications
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Shahzad Ali, Shamim Akhter, Ali Muhammad, Iahtasham Khan,Waseem Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Naeem Iqbal, Sajid Umar, Haroon Ahmed and Qurban Ali. 2016. Identification, Characterization and Antibiotic Sensitivity of Aeromonas hydrophila, a Causative Agent of Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome in Wild and Farmed Fish from Pothwar, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Zoology. 48(3): 899-901.
• Muhammad, A. H. Ahmed, M. N. Iqbal and M. Qayyum. 2015. Detection of Multiple Anthelmintic Resistance of Haemonchus contortus and Teladorsagia circumcincta in Sheep and Goats of Northern Punjab, Pakistan. Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi. 21(3): 389-395. Impact Factor (2012) = 0.228
• Muhammad Ali, Shah Syed Israr, Iqbal Muhammad Naeem. 2015. Prevalence of Gigantocotyle explanatum in buffaloes (Prevalence of Gigantocotyle explanatum in buffaloes slaughtered at Sihala Abattoir, Rawalpindi). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Engelska, Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-39854-4.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Mughal Naz, Muhammad Ali. 2014. Procedures for serological analysis of blood: (Procedures for serological analysis of blood for disease diagnosis). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Engelska, Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-62810-8.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Pari Naz, Muhammad Ali. 2014. Identification and Prevalence of Paramphistomum cervi: (Identification and Prevalence of Paramphistomum cervi in Naturally Infected Water Buffalos of Central Punjab). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-52063-1.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Mughal Naz, Muhammad Ali. 2014. Quality Control and Safety of Fruit Juices, Nectars and Dairy Products: (Quality Control and Safety of Fruit Juices, Nectars and Dairy Products in Manufacturing Plants). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-59290-4.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Muhammad Ali, Ali Shahzad Khawar. 2014. Epidemiology of Gigantocotyle Explanatum: (Epidemiology of Gigantocotyle explanatum in Naturally Infected Buffaloes). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-55496-4.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Pari Naz, Muhammad Ali. 2014. Prevalence of Gastrothylax Crumenifer: (Prevalence of Gastrothylax crumenifer in the Gastro-Intestinal of Bubalus bubalis). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-10968-3.
• Fatima Summer, Muhammad Ali, Iqbal Muhammad Naeem. 2013. Belief System of Heer Shrine: (Belief System of People Visiting Shrine of Heer, Jhang). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN: 978-3-659-48927-3.
• Iqbal Muhammad Naeem, Muhammad Ali, Ali Shahzad. 2013. Prevalence of Hernia (Prevalence of Hernia in relation to different risk factors in District Narowal). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany). ISBN 978-3-659-45960-3.
• Iqbal M. N, Muhammad A, Shahzad K. A. Identification and prevalence of Paraphistomum cervi in naturally infected water buffaloes of central Punjab, Pakistan. Veterinaria., 2013; 1: 9-12.
• Iqbal M. N, Muhammad A, Anjum A. A, Shahzad K. A, Ali M. A, Ali S. Prevalence of Gastrothylax crumenifer in the gastrointestine of Bubalus bubalis.Veterinaria., 2014; 1: 28-31.
• Iqbal M. N, Muhammad A, Anjum A. A, Shahzad K A, Ali M. A, Ali S. Epidemiology of Gigantocotyle explanatum in naturally infected buffaloes. Veterinaria., 2014; 1: 15-18.
Shahzad Ali, Falk Melzer, Iahtasham Khan, Qurban Ali, Nemat Ullah, Muhammad Irfan, Ali Muhammad, Gamal Wareth Mohamed, Shamim Akhter and Heinrich Neubauer. 2012. Seroprevalence of Brucellosis in High Risk Professionals in Pakistan. DVG (German Veterinary Medical Society) Symposium in Leipzig,University of Leipzig, Germany. Held on 27- 30 June 2012.
• Muhammad, A., Farooq, M.U., Iqbal, M.N., Ali, S., Ahmad, A. and Irfan, M., 2013. Prevalence of diabetes mellitus type II in patients with hepatitis C and associated with other risk factors. Punjab Univ. J. Zool., 28(2): 69-75.
• Afshan, K., S. S. R. Rizvi, A. Muhammad and M. Qayyum. 2013. Geo-Morphometric Approaches to the Study of Sexual Size Dimorphism in Murid Rodents. Pak. J. Zool., 45(4): 1035-1040. Impact Factor (2011) = 0.338
• Ali, S., Q. Ali, E. N. Abatih, N. Ullah, A. Muhammad, I. Khan and S. Akhter. 2013. Sero-prevalence of Brucella abortus Among Dairy Cattle and Buffaloes in Pothohar Plateau, Pakistan. Pak. J. Zool., 45(4): 1041-1046. Impact Factor = (2011) = 0.338