Mona Hamada is a
Mona presented her research findings at numerous local, national, and international conferences and in eight peer-reviewed articles. She was awarded five fellowships and scholarships to support her studies including the Graduate Research Fellowship and the
Mona co-founded the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists University of Saskatchewan Student Chapter, serving terms as Chair-Elect and Chair. She also co-founded the College’s Graduate Student Council, serving as VP-Students Affairs. Mona co-organized more than 10 different scientific and social meetings for her fellow graduate students and she volunteered as a student representative in different forums and focus-groups across campus.
During her time in the
Khamis MM, Adamko AJ, Purves RW and El-Aneed A. Quantitative determination of potential urine biomarkers of respiratory illnesses using new targeted metabolomic approach. Analytica Chimica Acta (2019), 1047: 81-92.
Khamis MM, Holt T, Awad H, El-Aneed A and Adamko DJ. Comparative analysis of creatinine and osmolality as urine normalization strategies in targeted metabolomics for the differential diagnosis of asthma and COPD. Metabolomics (2018), 14 (9):115.
Khamis MM, Klemm N, Adamko DJ and El-Aneed A. Comparison of accuracy and precision between multipoint calibration, single point calibration and relative quantification for targeted metabolomic analysis. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2018), 410 (23): 5899-5913.
Adamko DJ, Khamis MM, Steacy LM, Regush S, Bryce R and Ellis AK.
Khamis MM, Adamko DJ and Anas El-Aneed. Development of a novel validated
Khamis MM, Adamko DJ and El-Aneed A. Mass
Willems J, Khamis MM, Mohamed-Saeid W, Purves R, Katselis G, Low N and El-Aneed. Analysis of a series of chlorogenic acid Isomers using differential ion mobility and tandem mass spectrometry. Analytica Chimica Acta (2016), 933: 164-174.
Awad H, Khamis MM and El-Aneed A. Mass Spectrometry, review of the basics: ionization. Applied Spectroscopy Reviews (2015), 50(2):158-175.