Tamer Sakr participated in the WNU RT School 2012 as a Fellow, and in 2019 as a lecturer. Hear him describe the value WNU participation adds to careers.
Tamer Sakr is an Associate Professor of radiopharmaceutical chemistry and the Quality Control Director of Radioisotope Production Factory (RPF), Second Egyptian Nuclear Research Reactor Complex (ETRR-2 complex), Egyptian atomic Energy Authority (EAEA). He has a B.Sc. in Pharmacy 2000, M.Sc. in Radiopharmaceutical chemistry 2006 and Ph.D. in Radiopharmaceutical chemistry 2010. Tamer Sakr is a good example how WNU supports their Fellows; he was a fellow in WNU Radiation Technology School 2012 in South Korea, and was an invited lecturer for WNU RT School 2019 in Russia.
As a Quality Control Director of Radioisotope Production Facility (RPF), he had succeeded with the RPF team to produce and supply I-131 and Tc-99m generators to the Egyptian nuclear medicine market. He began the implementation of a nano-nuclear pharmacy research field in Egypt and teaches pharmaceutical chemistry and nuclear pharmacy courses in Egyptian universities. He has received 3 fellowships to USA, South Korea and Argentina and 1 scientific visit to Brookhaven National lab and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) – USA. He has received 2 grants from IAEA and was invited to 4 international coordinated research meetings in radiopharmaceutical field – IAEA and as a Scientific Committee member at International Symposium on Trends of Radiopharmaceutical (ISTR-2019).
He has 42 international publications in scientific collaboration with institutes and universities in USA, Argentina, Italy, Austria, Brazil and South Korea. He has supervised 20 Ph.D. & M.Sc. theses and is a reviewer to several scientific journals.