Assist Prof Dr. Rania M. Abdelazeem | Experimental Design | Best Researcher Award

National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences”NILES”, Cairo University, Egypt

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Rania Mohamed Abdelazeem Al Kholy embarked on her academic journey by earning a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Helwan University, Egypt. Subsequently, she pursued a Diploma in Laser Engineering from the National Institute of Laser Enhanced Science at Cairo University. Her dedication to advancing her knowledge led her to complete a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering and, most recently, a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the same institute. Her doctoral research focused on the innovative topic of 'Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Medical Images Using Computer Generated Holograms', showcasing her early commitment to cutting-edge research in the field of biomedical engineering.

Professional Endeavors:

Rania's professional career began as a Biomedical Engineer at Al Kasr El Einy Hospital, where she gained hands-on experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of various medical equipment. Subsequently, she transitioned to academia, starting as a Lecturer at the National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences, Cairo University, and rising through the ranks to her current position as Assistant Professor in the Engineering Applications of Lasers Department. Her extensive experience in both clinical and academic settings has equipped her with a unique perspective on the practical applications of biomedical engineering principles.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Rania's research focus lies in the intersection of biomedical engineering and optics, with a particular emphasis on holographic imaging techniques for medical applications. Her innovative work has resulted in numerous publications in esteemed journals and conferences, covering topics such as adaptive optics, holographic visualization of medical data, and wavefront-enhanced spectroscopy. Through her research, Rania has contributed to advancements in medical imaging technology, paving the way for more accurate diagnostics and treatment monitoring.

Accolades and Recognition:

Rania has received recognition for her contributions to the field of biomedical engineering, as evidenced by her publication record and her active involvement in research projects funded by organizations such as STDF and RDI. Additionally, her research presentations at international conferences have garnered attention and acclaim from peers in the field. Her H-index of 7 reflects the impact and influence of her research within the academic community.

Impact and Influence:

Rania's work has had a significant impact on the field of biomedical engineering, particularly in the development of advanced imaging techniques for medical diagnosis and treatment. Her research findings have the potential to improve patient outcomes by providing clinicians with more accurate and detailed information about pathological conditions. Furthermore, her role as an educator and mentor has influenced the next generation of biomedical engineers, inspiring them to pursue innovative solutions to healthcare challenges.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As Rania continues her academic and professional journey, her legacy in the field of biomedical engineering is poised to grow even further. With a focus on interdisciplinary research at the intersection of optics and medicine, she is well-positioned to make continued contributions to the development of cutting-edge medical technologies. Through her mentorship and leadership, she will continue to shape the future of biomedical engineering, leaving a lasting impact on both research and clinical practice.


A total of 109  citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations            109
  • h-index              7
  • i10-index           22

Notable Publications 

Characterization of thick and contact lenses using an adaptive Shack–Hartmann wavefront sensor: Limitations and solutions

Abdelazeem, R.M., …, Agour, M

Influence of laser beam aberrations compensation and spot size on the transmittance in native and optically cleared skeletal muscles

Sheet, A.H., …, Abdel-Harith, M

Wavefront-enhanced laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (WELIBS) utilizing a crystalline silicon wafer for a flat-top IR laser beam

Abdel-Harith, M., …, Elhassan, A.

Rania M. Abdelazeem | Experimental Design | Best Researcher Award

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