- October 10, 2021
- Posted by: Shineeks Admin
Prof. Dr. Atheer A. Aldoori College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq. He is a microbiologist working in University of Baghdad, Veterinary Medical College, Department of Microbiology since nine years. He completed his B.Sc. degree in science college university of Baghdad department of biology in 1984 and worked in al Mansur factory as a microbiologist for water treatment, then completed M.Sc. in bacteriology in veterinary college and worked as the head of department of bacteriology in Al Razee Center for research and production diagnostic kits in ministry of industry and minerals. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in virology from university of Almustanseria, department of biology and returned to his work as the head of department of virology, from this time he started doing research and published his work in many journals. His interests are is to make conferences and workshops the first conference was in ministry of industry in 2008 about diagnostic kits. He has participated in many workshops in bio safety and security in Armenia and two in Baghdad in al Rasheed hotel, after that he started to work in university of Baghdad veterinary college department of microbiology and started to teach the students of biology and microbiology in first and third class, as well as postgraduate students. He organized workshop o Nanobody and its application in diagnosis and treatment in 2010. He has published several research publish in rotavirus, cholera salmonella and meningitides and the last paper he has published in phage therapy. He has supervised M.Sc. student for his work about phage therapy and currently another student is working on genotyping of rotavirus isolated from human and animal in different area from Iraq. Some of his published papers are as follows: Two different diagnosis methods for detection of Cholera toxin production. From Vibrio cholera isolated from different areas in Iraq. Volume 34, Number 2, 2010 (Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Medicine), Two different diagnostic methods for detection Rotavirus in Iraqi Young Children. Volume 4 Number (1). 2011 (Al-ANBAR Journal Of Veterinary Sciences), New Iraqi Kit For Serologic Diagnosis Of Infectious Monoculosis Using Horse Erythrocyte.(Preparatory Committee For The 12th Scientific conference), Prevalence of Neisseria meningitidis in Iraq children presented with meningitidis. IJST Vol, 8. No,1. March 2013, Congenital cytomegalovirus infection in symptomatic infant in Baghdad and surrounding area. IJST- vol 8- No 2 – 2013. 6-WIPO (international patent) PCT/IB2013/061374.