Curriculum Vita


Name                     :        EINAS AWAD IBRAHIM OSMAN.


Date of birth      :        22/06/1982


Marital status   :           Married.


Nationality          :        Sudanese.



v (Primary, Intermediate & Secondary) School in Saudi Arabia   

Graduated from Secondary high school in 2000.

v Bachelor of Medical Laboratory sciences, majoring Microbiology from Sudan University of Science and Technology‏‏. In period from 2000 to 2004.

v Master of medical laboratory sciences (microbiology specialization) from University of Medical Scince and Tichnology. Khartoum, Sudan on September 2013.

v PhD of Molecular biology from Institute of Endemic Diseases, Khartoum University. Khartoum, Sudan, 2019  


v  MOH of Sudan - license No: (007512)


Languages and Skills:


v Extensive knowledge in bioinformatics and use of sequence analysis software (BLAST, MultAlin, MLST)

v Excellent experience in molecular and medical microbiology.

v Experience in clinical and research laboratories.

v Experience in conduction of clinical research studies and data management Fluent in spoken and written English and Arabic.

v Excellent computer skills.

v Ability to work in teams and under pressure.

v Adequately meeting deadlines with excellent time management skills


Additional training and courses:

v Postgraduate course “ Clinical bioinformatics of Microbial Genomics and Metagenomics” 9-12 September 2019, Lausanne, Switzerland.

v One month training on Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS), Sussex University, Brighton, UK, June 2019.

v 10 days workshop on Linux operating system and Python programming course at International University of Africa, Khartoum, Sudan. February, 2019  

v Online course Bacterial genomes Disease outbreaks and Antimicrobial Resistance, Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences, Sanger Institute, UK. November, 2018

v 5 days hands-on workshop on molecular biotechnology and bioinformatics at the International Centre for Stem Cells, Cancer and Biotechnology (ICSCCB) Pune, India. February 2018

v Molecular technique (DNA extraction, PCR, MLST (multi locus sequence typing), BLAST and MultiAlin) at Brighton and Sussex medical school, Sussex University, Brighton. UK. July, 2016

v Advance for professional development training center (review all subjects covered in the American society for clinical pathologist international (ASCPI). Sudan. 2014.

v ICDL certificate, 2008



Professional Experience:

v December 2014 up to date.

Lecturer of microbiology department, faculty of Medical Laboratories, Ibn Sina University.

v September 2013 up to date

Part-timer job as lecturer of microbiology, faculty of Medical Laboratories, International University of Africa

v 02/01/2012-02/01/2014

Medical laboratories specialist, Omdurman Friendship Hospital

v 01/02/2005-05/06/2006

Lab technician, department of medical laboratory, National Ribat University.




2017-2018 Research Development Fund-of the Wellcome Trust Brighton and Sussex Centre for Global Health Research. (£10,000)

Molecular Characterization of Extended spectrum, AmpC and Carbapenemases Hydrolyzing beta-lactamases producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in Khartoum state




v Einas A Ibrahim, Nagwa El Amin, Leena Al-Hasan, and Maowia M Mukhtar. Conventional and 16S-23S rDNA Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for identification of Klebsiella pneumonia. Access of Microbiology, 2020,Feb,

v Nagwa M El Amin, Einas A Osman, Lena Al-Hassan and Ihab B Abdalrahman. Prevalence of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Selective Hospitals in Khartoum. Sudan Journal of Medical Sciences, 2019, March, 14(1): 15-23.

v Einas A Ibrahim and Nagwa El Amin. High prevalence of   multidrug resistant Acinetobacter species in Khartoum intensive care unit (ICU). American journal of research communication 2015, 3(2):35-42.




v Einas Osman, Sara M Ali, Daire Cantillon, Julia Wille, Harald Seifert, Paul G Higgins and Leena Al-Hassan. Molecular epidemiology of Acinetobacter baumannii in Sudan. Abstract was accepted as poster in ECCMID 2020, Paris, France.

v Einas A Ibrahim, NagwaEl-Amin, Maowia M Mukhtar  and Leena Al-Hassan. Multi-clonal spread of Klebsiella pneumoniae across hospitals in Khartoum, Sudan. Abstract was submitted and accepted as Mini-oral flash presintation to ECCMID 2019, Amsterdam, Holland.

v High prevalence of New Delhi Metalo β-Lactamases in Multidrug-Resistant (MDR) Klebsiella.pneumoniea sequence type 101 in Sudan, 3th GCCMID 2018, Dubai, UAE   


v Member of the senate Ibn Sina University (2017 -2018)

v European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases ESCMID, ID number: 451440

Address      :

Q    Sudan

Q    Khartoum – Jabrah, Block 14

Q    Mobile: 00249914564646

Q    Mobile number in UAE: 0505113449 - 0507519317

Q    Email:



v Professor Maowia M Mukhtar

Professor microbiology and immunology

Institute of Endemic Diseases, Khartoum University

Bioscence research institute, Ibn Sina University

Tel No:


v Dr.Leena Al-Hassan

Postdoctoral research fellow in global health

Brighton and Sussex Medical school

Brighton University, U.K

Tel No: +44(0)1273877817  

v Dr. Najwa Elmustafa Elamin

Associated professor.

Medicine collage.

Al-Qussaim university .

           Al-Qussaim – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

           Tel No: +966507114256



v Dr. Sara Mohammed Ali

    Head of the department of microbiology.

     Faculty of medical laboratory sciences.

     International university of  Africa .

     Khartoum – Sudan.

     Tel No: +249901910142.