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Azza El Badry


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Azza El Badry

Professor of Oral Biology


Azza El Badry received her Bachelor degree of Dental Medicine and Surgery in 1978 from Faculty of Dentistry - Alexandria University, Egypt. She pursued her master degree in Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy in 1983 from the same university. Then she completed her studies in Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy and obtained her PhD in 1988 also from Faculty of Dentistry - Alexandria University.

Currently she is Professor of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy and Chairperson of Biological and Diagnostic Sciences Department and Director of Curriculum Committee at Faculty of Dentistry - Beirut Arab University.

Teaching

Teaching Experience

Throughout the working experience and teaching Dental Materials for Under and Postgraduate Dental Students, Examiner of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy for Under- and Post-Graduate Dental Students, Supervision for Master and PhD Theseses, Judging for Master and PhD Theseses and Visiting Professor for Teaching and Examining of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy at: Faculty of Dentistry – Altahady University; Sirt - Libya, Faculty of Dentistry - Karyounis University; Ben Gazi – Libya and Faculty of Dentistry - Elfateh University; Tripoli – Libya (1983-2010), Assistant Lecturer of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy (1983-1988), Lecturer of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy (1988 - 1993), then Assistant Professor of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy (1993 - 1998), Professor of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy(1998 – present) at Faculty of Dentistry - Alexandria University. Director Division of Oral Biology, Director Division of Dental Anatomy at Faculty of Dentistry – Beirut Arab University (2010 – 2014), Chairperson of Biological and Diagnostic Sciences Department, Director of Curriculum Committee at Faculty of Dentistry - Beirut Arab University (2014 – 2015).

Many topics and aspects of the main speciality of Dental Anatomy and Oral Biology have been taught. Dental calculus and its role in dental caries and periodontal diseases, functions and problems associated with primary teeth, basic principles of occlusion, the mechanisms that regulate osteoclast differentiation, mechanisms of tooth eruption and formation and secretion of saliva, and electron microscopic analysis of dental and paradental tissues are some examples of the fields and aspects that are given to undergraduate and postgraduate students within the speciality of Oral Biology and Dental Anatomy.