Saeed El-Ashram is an Associate Professor at College of life science and Engineering, Foshan University, 18 jiangwan street, Foshan 528231, Guangdong province?China. He is also the Inventor of “Compositions and methods of enhancing immune responses to Eimeria” (United States Patent 8956849). Dr. Saeed El-Ashram scientific interests include Parasitology, Immunology, Veterinary Medicine and Next -Generation Sequencing (MiSeq and HiSeq). His recent publications include Electrical cream separator coupled with vacuum filtration for the purification of eimerian oocysts and trichostrongylid eggs (Scientific Reports), Clustering by fast search and merge of local density peaks for gene expression microarray data (Scientific Reports), Exploring the microbial community (microflora) associated with ovine Haemonchus contortus (macroflora) field strains (Scientific Reports), Co-infection of Chlamydia psittaci with H9N2, ORT and Aspergillus fumigatus contributes to severe pneumonia and high mortality in SPF chickens(Scientific Reports), Gel Mapping to Differentiate between Sporozoites of Two Immunologically Distinct Strains of Eimeria maxima (Strains M6 and Guelph ) (PLoS One), Interferon-Gamma Release Assay,Exploring Early and Late Toxoplasma gondii Strain RH Infection by Two-Dimensional Immunoblots of Chicken Immunoglobulin G and M (PLoS One), Mycoplasma gallisepticum MGA_0676 is a membrane-associated cytotoxic nuclease with a staphylococcal nuclease region essential for nuclear (Appl Microbiol Biotechnol), and Improved Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte Responses to Vaccination with Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus in 4-1BB Transgenic Pigs (Front Immunol. 2017).