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Microbiology and parasitology branch

Name : GhassanJabbarKhalaf Al-Abedi

Birth: 12/2/1982

Address: Wasit / Al Kut / New Izza

Current academic rank: lecturer

Academic achievement:

– Bachelor’s degree at the University of Baghdad / College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004-2005 with the ninth sequence on the stage

– Master’s degree from Al-Qadisiyah University / College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009-2010. With promotion 86.4

– Doctorate degree from the University of Baghdad / College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019-2020, with a grade of very good

– I was awarded the scientific title (Assistant lect.) on 1/7/2015

– I was awarded the scientific title (lecturer) on 10/10/2021

I was transferred from Wasit Governorate Council to the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research / Wasit University / College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015

I was assigned the duties of the Council of the College of Veterinary Medicine’s decision responsibilities for an academic year.

I was assigned the tasks of heading the Microbiology Branch in 2020.

Marital status: I am married and have 2 children.

E-mail:

GHJABAR@uowasit.edu.iq

Dr_rn_1988@yahoo.com

Mobile Number: ( 07723506473 , 07713407619 )

Number of published research: five

Three research papers in international journals within the Scopus and Clarift container.

One search in a local magazine within the Scopus container.

One search in a local magazine.

Number of thanks and appreciation books: 17

Number of committees: 12.

Number of seminars: 1

Published Research:

1-Serological Diagnosis for Hypoderma Infestation in Cattle of Wasit Province by Using of an Indirect-ELISA.

2- Molecular Detection and Blood Profiles Evaluation of Naturally Infected Camels with Subclinical Trypanosomaevansi, Iraq.

3- Molecular Ddetection of Anaplasmamarginale in ticks naturally feeding on cattle .

4- Microscopic and Molecular Diagnostic Study of Babesia spp. in Cattle in Wasit Province, Iraq.

5- Molecular diagnosis and phylogenetic analysis of Babesiaspp isolated from ticks of infested cattle in Wasit governorate, Iraq.