Dr. Ibrahim Shokry
Dr. Ibrahim Shokry has been with Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine since 1989. He began his Ross University career as an instructor, then an associate professor, and he is now a professor of pharmacology and toxicology. He received the Distinguished Teaching Award several times, the Dean’s Appreciation Award once, and the Student’s Appreciation Award and the Faculty Appreciation Award several times during his Ross career. In addition, he also has received the Ross Team Award-Male Professor of the Year and the Carl Norden-Pfizer Distinguished Teacher Award. Dr. Shokry teaches medical mathematics in the Vet Prep program. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Dr. Shokry is Chairman of Department of Pathobiology, a member of the Dean’s Council, the Scholarship and Awards Committee, and an advisor of the Ross University Society of Animal Behavior. He advised the student chapter of the American Association of Holistic Veterinary Medicine. He served as a member of the Academic Promotions Committee, the Search, Library and Learning Resource, and Curriculum and Grievance committees.
Dr. Shokry earned his veterinary degree; PhD and MVSc in pharmacology from Cairo University. He completed a post-doctoral research fellowship with the Department of Pharmacology, Guy’s Hospital Medical School, London England. In addition, he was a visiting scientist at Iowa State University in the Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine.
With a focus on educating future veterinarians, Dr. Shokry began his career as an assistant researcher, Pharmacology and Toxicology Unit, Department of Biochemistry, Animal Health Research Institute in Cairo, Egypt. He then became an assistant lecturer at the Animal Health Research Institute. Dr. Shokry’s next career move was as a lecturer with the Department of Veterinary Physiology, Pharmacology and Biochemistry at Alexandria
University in Egypt. He was promoted to an assistant professor and ended his career with Alexandria University as a professor of pharmacology and vice-chairman. While at Alexandria University, Dr. Shokry taught pharmacology to veterinary students, graduate students, and he supervised MVSc and PhD candidates working on their theses
Dr. Shokry maintains membership with the Egyptian Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, the Egyptian Veterinary Medical Syndicate, and the Egyptian Union of Medical Professions Syndicates.
His research interests include pharmacology of reproduction, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and drug toxicity. Contact me with any questions or suggestions you may have @ email@example.com