PhD, Purdue University, 2016
MS, University of Poitiers (France), 2011
BVMS, Assiut University College of Veterinary Medicine (Egypt), 2007
Our research program focuses on understanding how environmental contaminants may impact the early development of organisms. In particular, we are interested in assessing impacts on the neuroendocrine system of organisms through investigations performed at different levels of biological organization. Our investigations primarily utilize zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a model organism and a wide range of tools such as molecular biology (PCR, real-time PCR, and RNAseq), transgenesis (tol2, CRISPR/Cas9), bright field and fluorescent microscopy, image analysis, analytical chemistry, and behavioral assays.
I am currently coordinating and teaching in the Veterinary Toxicology course (VMED 5373). I am also involved in teaching components in the graduate course; Biomedical Cell and Molecular Biology (CBS7104).
As a clinical toxicologist, I hold a partial appointment in LADDL. I provide consultation on animal toxicity cases and oversees analytical testing in the Toxicology section.
Fluorescent Reporter Zebrafish Line for Estrogenic Compound Screening Generated Using a CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Knock-in System., Abdelmoneim, A; Clark, C; Mukai, M, 2020, Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology , Volume: 173, Number: 2, Pages: 336-346
Sex-specific endocrine-disrupting effects of three halogenated chemicals in Japanese medaka., Godfrey, A; Hooser, B; Abdelmoneim, A; Sepúlveda, M, 2019, Journal of applied toxicology : JAT , Volume: 39, Number: 8, Pages: 1215-1223
Molecular signaling pathways elicited by 17α-ethinylestradiol in Japanese medaka male larvae undergoing gonadal differentiation., Abdelmoneim, A; Abdu, A; Chen, S; Sepúlveda, M, 2019, Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) , Volume: 208, Pages: 187-195
Invivo visual reporter system for estrogenic contaminant exposure using transgenic see-through Japanese medaka Oryzias latipes., Abdelmoneim, A; Mahapatra, C; Sepúlveda, M, 2018, Chemosphere , Volume: 201, Pages: 251-253
Thyroid disrupting effects of halogenated and next generation chemicals on the swim bladder development of zebrafish., Godfrey, A; Hooser, B; Abdelmoneim, A; Horzmann, K; Freemanc, J; Sepúlveda, M, 2017, Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) , Volume: 193, Pages: 228-235
Gonadal intersex in smallmouth bass Micropterus dolomieu from northern Indiana with correlations to molecular biomarkers and anthropogenic chemicals., Abdelmoneim, A; Deegan, D; Gao, J; De Perre, C; Doucette, J; Jenkinson, B; Lee, L; Sepúlveda, M, 2017, Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987) , Volume: 230, Pages: 1099-1107
Acute mixture toxicity of halogenated chemicals and their next generation counterparts on zebrafish embryos., Godfrey, A; Abdelmoneim, A; Sepúlveda, M, 2017, Chemosphere , Volume: 181, Pages: 710-712•Intersex in fishes and amphibians: population implications, prevalence, mechanisms and molecular biomarkers., Abdelmoneim, A; Coulter, D; Mahapatra, C; Sepúlveda, M, 2015, Journal of applied toxicology : JAT , Volume: 35, Number: 11, Pages: 1228-40
Ovarian structure protein 1: A sensitive molecular biomarker of gonadal intersex in female Japanese medaka after androgen exposure., Abdelmoneim, A; Mahapatra, C; Hatef, A; Sepúlveda, M, 2015, Environmental toxicology and chemistry , Volume: 34, Number: 9,Pages: 2087-94
A short-term sublethal toxicity assay with zebra fish based on preying rate and its integration with mortality., Abdelmoneim, A; Moreira-Santos, M; Ribeiro, R, 2015, Chemosphere , Volume: 120, Pages: 568-74
2022 LSU - ACRES Fund ($40,000)
2022-2025 Louisiana Board of Regents (BoR-RCS) ($127,735)
USDA NIFA 1433 Formula Fund ($6,217)
2021 LSU Vet Med CBS Bridging Award ($10,000)
2021 LSU Vet Med CORP ($9,000)