Biographies of Representatives and Alternates

Egypt

Representative

Mohamed Gomaa

Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Mahmoud Gomaa is Professor Emeritus of radiation physics at the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA).

He received a BSc degree in physics form Alexandria University in Egypt followed by a doctorate in radiation physics from Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom.

Dr. Gomaa held several research positions in academia at universities and research institutions in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. He became Head of the radiation protection department, later Head of the reactor division as well as Head of the nuclear research center at EAEA. He was also appointed as Vice-Chairman of EAEA for international cooperation and training.

Dr. Gomaa worked as a consultant and and radiation protection expert for several IAEA and WHO projects. He is a founding member and Vice-President for Africa and the Middle East of the International Radiation Physics Society and member of the International Radiation Protection Association. He is also member of several International and local Societies.

Dr. Gomaa is the representative of Egypt to UNSCEAR for its 66th to 69th sessions after having being the representative before from 2003 to 2011. He also served as Rapporteur for the Committee's 55th to 58th sessions.

Alternate Representative

Tarek Morsi

Dr. Tarek Morsi is a researcher in the field of radiation protection in the department of radiation protection at the Nuclear Research Centre of the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (EAEA).

Dr. Morsi holds a master's degree in the field of nuclear physics from Cairo University and a PhD in medical and radiation physics from Al Azhar University.

His main fields of scientific interest are internal and external dosimetry, radiation protection for nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, industrial applications, and environmental radiation protection. He is a radiation protection expert and a member of the central emergency committee at the EAEA.

Dr. Morsi has been alternate representative of Egypt to UNSCEAR since the sixty-sixth session in 2019.