Professor Dr. Asaad AbdulHamaza Hasani Al-Janabi
University of Kufa
Faculty of Medicine
Department of pathology and forensic medicine
Najaf governorate, Iraq
Mobile : +964 (0) 780 3198778
E mail : [email protected]
Dr. Asaad Abdul Hamza Hasani Al-Janabi, professor of Pathology ( M.B.Ch.B from College of Medicine, Kufa University 1985. MSc in pathology ( histopathology ) in 1992 from department of pathology, college of medicine Al-Mustansiriya University . PhD in 2003 from Department of Pathology, College of Medicine Baghdad University. Head of Kufa Training center of the Iraqi council for Medical Specialization in Pathology, Head of the Middle Euphrates Unit for Cancer Research, college of medicine, Kufa University from 1996-2001, member of the cancer registration unit in Al-Najaf governorate, member of Early Breast Cancer Detection Clinic, in Al-Sadr Teaching Hospital , Chief of Department of Pathology , Laboratory Section of Al-Sadr Teaching Hospital 1996-2003 in Najaf. Head of department of pathology and forensic medicine from 1990-2009, Acting vice president of university of Kufa since 2011.
1-Cancer research on breast and urinary bladder cancer, Histopathological Diagnosis.
2-Cancer research, FNA and other cytology diagnosis.
3-Tumor markers application on tissue sections (Immunohistochemistry).
Selected Published papers:
1-Urinary bladder Cancer and bilhariziasis, Kufa Medical journal 1996 : Vol.1 36-41.
2- Prevalence of Malignant Tumors in Najaf . A clinico-pathologicasl study of 430 cases in teaching hospital Al-Kufa journal 1997:Vol.1,2 25-35.
3- Prevalence of Helicobacter Pylori in patients with peptic ulcer in Najaf . (A prospective study ) Al-Kufa Journal 1998: Vol.2, No.1, 88-92.
4- Breast carcinoma in Najaf; A clinico-pathological study of 124 cases. Al-Kufa Journal 1998:
5- Evaluation of Serum Sialic Acid and Heat Stable Alkaline Phosphatase as tumor markers in bladder cancer. Al-Kufa Journal 2000: Vol.4; No.1, 107-114.
6- Cytological evaluation of freshly voided urine versus histopathological examination in patients with painless hematuria in Najaf. Al-Kufa Journal 2000: Vol.4; No.1,58-65.
7- Clinicopathological Evaluation of Malignant Gastro -intestinal Tract Tumours in Najaf . Al-Kufa Journal 2001: Vol.4; No.1,87-92
8- Pathological Evaluation of Primary and Secondary Malignancies of Lymph Nodes in Najaf. Al-Kufa Journal 2001: Vol.4; No.1,386-391
9- Clinicopathological evaluation of basal cell carcinoma in Najaf. Al-Kufa Journal 2001: Vol.4; No.1,166-172.
10-Immunohistochemical study of P53-Oncosupressor gene in correlation to other biochemical markers in breast cancer. Kufa Medical Journal 2004: Vol.3. No.1,214-222.
12-Immunohistochemical Study of CA-125, Expression in endometrial Hyperplasia in Correlation to Progressive Endometrial Carcinoma. Babylon Medical Journal 2005: Vol.2. 215-222.
13-Immunological study of serum complement and other parameters in correlation to histopathology in Helicobacter pylori infection. Kufa Medical Journal 2005: Vol.8. No.1,267-277.
14-The role of fine needle aspiration cytology In the diagnosis of thyroid swelling. Kufa Med J 2006 Vol9 No2 P:31-39.
15- Over expression of vascular endothelial growth factor in correlation to Ki-67, grade, and stage of breast cancer. Saudi Medical Journal 2008; Vol. 29 (8): 1099-1104
16-High prevalence of HER-2/neu overexpression in female breast cancer among an Iraqi population exposed to depleted uranium Journal of Carcinogenesis 2008, 7:8
17- Expression of VEGF in Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinoma in an Iraqi Population Subjected to Depleted Uranium. An Immunohistochemical Study. Appl Immunohistochem Mol Morphol (accepted paper. November 5, 2008 ). July 2009 – Volume 17 – Issue 4 – pp 307-311.
18-Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF ) receptor expression correlates with histologic grade and stage of colorectal cancer. Libyan J Med 2010, 5: 5059
19-Exposure to depleted uranium does not alter the co-expression of HER-2/neu and p53 in breast cancer patients. BMC Research Notes 2011, 4:87
20- Overexpression of HER-2neu receptor protein in Urinary Bladder Carcinoma (Immunohistochemical Study). Journal of the faculty of medicine Baghdad accepted paper, No129/2010 17/2/2011.
21- Al-Kashwan Tha. Houshmand, M.; Al-Janabi A, MelConian AK, Al-Abbasi D., Al-Musawi MM., Rostami, M. and Yasseen, AA. : Specific-Mutational pattern of P53 gene in bladder transitional cell carcinoma among a group of Iraqi patients exposed to war environmental hazards .( 2012) BMC Research Notes , 5: 466