Reda M. Fahim , Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Head of Fisheries Technology Department

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Biography

  • Following the graduation from high school (biology department), Dr. Reda studied fish and aquatic animals’ production for four years and got a B.Sc. in Fish Production, Alexandria University. With a minor specialization in fish biology, he finished his M.Sc. with a thesis title: “Biological, histochemical and nutritional studies on Seabass Dicentrarchus labrax fish”. Afterwards, Dr. Reda joined the National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (NIOF), Egypt as an assistant researcher. His work included studying the biology, fishery and population structure of fish species. In 2018, He got a PhD in fish production with a title of “Abundance, distribution and fishery biology of family Mullidae in the Mediterranean waters of Egypt”. During the past ten years, he got the opportunity to work with a variety of world-class researchers from Egypt, Canada, Japan, Italy, Malta and Brazil in the fields of fisheries biology, population dynamics and stock assessment. He took part in several scientific surveys along the Egyptian Mediterranean Sea coast using the two research vessels of NIOF (Salsabil and Yarmouk) with trawling, purse seining, and gill netting as well as fish rearing experiments in aquaria, concrete tanks and earthen ponds. Together, his previous and current work has required using of a number of laboratory and field-related techniques.
    Dr. Reda joined the family of AASTMT faculty members as an assistant professor in the department of fisheries technology, College of Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology. His Teaching responsibilities include Fisheries Biology, Ichthyology, Fisheries Statistics, Aquatic Ecology and Fishing Port Management.
    He was recently promoted to "Head of Fisheries Technology Department"- AASTMT.
    His main research interest is to investigate fisheries biology and stock assessment of the dominant fish species in the Egyptian Mediterranean Sea as well as the Non-Indigenous Species in relation to the surrounding ecological factors in order to provide decision makers with the information required to keep the marine ecosystem secured and sustainable.

Courses Added

Courses Added
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FT 121 - Ichthyology

2018 Fall View All Content
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FT 122 - Statistics

2021 Fall View All Content
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FT 261* - Fisheries Statistics

2018 Spring View All Content
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FT 353 - Fishery Biology

2019 Spring View All Content
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FT 482 - Fisheries Population Dynamics

2020 Fall View All Content
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ft1511 - Fisheries Science

2017 Fall View All Content
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Teaching

  • - Ichthyology
    - Aquatic Ecology
    - Fisheries Biology
    - Fisheries Statistics
    - Fishing Port Management

Fields of Interest

  • Fisheries Biology and Fish Stock Assessment

Others

  • - Reading
    - Football

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