Benner
   
alaa shakir al-nahi ( Assistant Professor )
College Sciences - Biology
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PERSONAL INFORMATION: Name: Alaa Shaker Hantoosh AL-Nahi Date of Birth: 27 /10/1971 Gender: female Marital Status: married Nationality: IRAQ e-mail:[email protected] Mobile:07810601905 EDUCATION: Ph.D in Physiology /Science college /Babylon University Concentration: Molecular Physiology. 2009-2012 MSc in Medical Parasitology University of Kufa. BSc in Biology (Very Good Honors), Ranked first of 30 students.Biology deepartment/Babylon university 1989-1993 EXPERIENCE: • Worked as lecturer in Biology department /science college / Kufa university.2013- present. • Worked as lecturer assistant in Biology department /science college / Kufa university.2005-2013. • Worked as lecturer assistant in Biology department /science college / Jufraa university /Lybia.1998-2000. • Worked as lecturer assistant in Microbiology department /Medecine college / Kufa university.1998-2000. • Worked as biological assistant in Biology department /Educational college / Kufa university.1994-1995. • Worked as biological assistant in Biology department /science college / Babylon university.1993-1994 SKILLS: Language -Fluent in Arabic and English Computer knowledge Windows, MsOffice, SPSS, Excel, Internet. Selected publication • The effect of fiaxed (linum usitatissimum) supplement diet on blood lipid cholesterol fed rats • Evaluation of FSH, LH ,Testosterone , Prolactine, TSH and T4 hormones levels in different subgroups of infertile males. • Correlation of Prolactin and Thyroid Hormones levels with Menstrual Patterns in Infertile Women • Genetic and Physiological study on Progeria syndrome(HGPS). • Cryptosordiasis among children under fifth years old in the north area of Al-Najaf city. • Record Pica pica as new host for Raillietina micracantha andGotugnia intermedia in Al- Najaf /Iraq. • Prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii among among female (16-26years) in Al- Najaf. • Prevalence of intestinal parasitic infection among primary school children in rural and urban regions in in Kerbala. • Prevalence of parasitic infection among primary school children in rural and urban regions in in Al- Najaf. 1995-1998