Education
Sep, 1999
Ph. D.

Biotechnology

Baghdad

Aug, 1993
M. Sc.

Parasitology

Baghdad

Jul, 1987
BVMS

GP

Baghdad

Title
Jan, 2008
Assistant Professor
Interest
Reading:

Reading is my favorite hobby

Membership
Dec, 2015 - Current
Bloody Donors Association in Kurdistan

4839

Duhok

Publication Journal
Jun, 2019
EFFECTS OF THE ADDITION OF AQUEOUS LIQUORICE (Glycyrrhiza glabra) EXTRACT TO DRINKING WATER IN THE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE, CARCASS CUTS AND INTESTINAL HISTOMORPHOLOGY OF BROILER CHICKENS

IRAQI JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES ( Scopus Tracking number : 68A0 FAAB976ABE1F ) (Issue: 3) (Volume: 50)

This study was undertaken to investigate the effect of aqueous liquorice extract (ALE) on the growth performance, carcass cuts and intestinal histomorphology of broiler chickens between hatch and 35 days of age. A total of 160-d old (Ross 308) broiler chicks were randomly assigned to 4 treatments, each with 4 replicates, 10 birds per replicate. Four different levels of aqueous liquorice (0, 0.5, 0.7 and 0.9g) were administrated to a liter of drinking water and offered to the birds throughout the entire experimental period. Across the 35 days of trial, administration of ALE to the drinking water resulted in higher (P<0.05) body weight and weight gain. While, feed intake, water intake and FCR did not influence by ALE administration. On the other hand, there was no significant effect of the ALE on carcass cuts, visceral organs and intestinal histomorphology. The study demonstrated that ALE could be administrated to the drinking water of broilers between 0.5 and 0.9g/ liter. However, it would be more economical to use the medium level of ALE (0.7g/ liter) to achieve better results.

Conference
Apr, 2019 - Apr, 2019
2 nd International Conference on Advanced Science and Engineering 2019

Kurdistan - IRAQ, Duhok As Guest

An active reviewer ( Evaluation of 3 researches ) and attendant in many sessions

Seminar
May, 2019
Cryptosporidiosis

MLT, DTI As Presenter

May, 2019
Pneumocystis infection

MLT, DTI As Presenter

May, 2019
Seven-up story

MLT, DTI As Presenter

May, 2019
Toxoplasmosis

MLT, DTI As Presenter

May, 2019
Diphylobotheriasis

MLT, DTI As Presenter

May, 2019
Autophagy

MLT, DTI As Presenter

Oct, 2018
Cryptosporidiosis epidemiology

Pub Health Dept, Sekhan Technical Institute As Presenter

Training Course
Mar, 2019 - Apr, 2019
Medical Entomology

France Numeric University / Pasture Institute, International

The course deals with concepts in medical and veterinary entomology. and will explain the main differences between insects and ticks and the different infectious diseases they can transmit. Also give you the differences between pests and vectors. Study hematophagy, how to get a blood meal, the different concepts of species and sibling species, the specific interaction between vectors and pathogens, and the differences between vector competence and vectorial capacity. Also important topic on insecticide resistance and vector control will be involved. At the end specific certificate according to overall will be issue

Feb, 2019 - Mar, 2019
Parasitic Worms: Life Stories

Manchester University ( UK ), International

The parasitic worms are responsible for significant human disease. How do we get infected and more importantly how do we prevent infection? The course is aimed at a global audience and will take the learner through the fascinating world of worms.

Feb, 2019 - Mar, 2019
Microbes Rule the World: Effects of Disease on History

WEBER STATE University ( USA ), International

Investigate the ways in which diseases have affected dramatically the course of history. See its influence on religion, war, and migration.

Nov, 2018 - Dec, 2018
Tropical Parasitology: Protozoans, Worms, Vectors and Human Diseases

DUKE UNIVERSITY ( USA ) & KILIMANJARO CHRISTIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ( South Africa ), International

This course provides students an understanding of important human parasitic diseases, including their life cycles, vectors of transmission, distribution and epidemiology, pathophysiology and clinical manifestations, treatment, and prevention and control. Tropical Parasitology is taught by faculty from an area highly impacted by tropical parasites- the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College in Moshi, Tanzania. The faculty include Drs. Frank Mosha and Mramba Nyindo (and two lecturers, Drs. Johnson Matowo and Jovin Kitau). Dr. John Bartlett, Professor of Medicine, Global Health and Nursing at Duke University, joins his faculty colleagues in this effort.