Sherif Salah


- Dr. Sherif Salah Abdelaziz an scientist, is a consultant of immunology for humans. holds from Cairo University a Ph. Degree in immunology. Innovator of several Pharmaceuticals, published many articles and books in HIV, cancer, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Coronavirus including Vaccines & drugs for Covid 19.

- A PhD doctor, immunologist who specializes in diagnosing and treating patients with inherited or acquired failures of the immune systems that lead to infections and autoimmune complications (immunodeficiency disorders) and autoimmune diseases and vasculitis where the body harms itself.

- Biomedicine is at the forefront of all therapy developments in the healthcare industry. Biomedicine helps medical professionals understand how the human body works on the molecular level. This discipline has become the basis of the most recent medical inventions and therapeutic strategies. ... Biomedical Innovation includes bioprinting, regenerative medicine, biomaterials, nanomedicine, gene editing, stem cell therapies and other forms of treatment based on life sciences. These sub-domains of Biomedical Innovation are championed as potential cures for many medical conditions.

- Dr. Sherif Salah Abdelaziz, a chief innovation officer is the executive who oversees biotech innovation at the consortium. ... Scientist and Expert in biomedical innovation and innovative procedure, technique or product based on human or animal biological elements, with a high level of protection of human health and promoting economic competitiveness. ... A Rheumatologist, specialize in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal diseases and autoimmune conditions (rheumatic disease). Autoimmune disease happens when the body's natural defense system can't tell the difference between your own cells and foreign cells, causing the body to mistakenly attack normal cells. There are more than 80 types of autoimmune diseases that affect a wide range of body parts.

- Expert in Biological Chemistry studies how T cells and B cells, another type of white blood cell, respond to infections by making the decision to grow, divide, recruit other immune cells to the fight or commit suicide in certain instances, such as when the cells are no longer needed after a subdued infection or when the cells mistakenly react to the body’s own cells. By understanding the intricacies that occur in the cellular machinery of white blood cells during this decision-making process, hopes to further understand what goes wrong in autoimmunity and certain types of cancers. … KMWSH Biotech researchers are taking measures to understand, on the molecular level, what goes wrong when the body’s defense system battles that which it is supposed to protect.