As a microbiologist and academic lecturer, I have been working on microorganisms that are related to human and health issues. Relatively, I have been interested in the development of bacteria resistance against chemotherapeutic agents which is becoming an increasing problem specially the Multi Drugs Resistant Bacteria (MDR), with great outcome of published research findings, and this had the potential to facilitate more rational thinking about the implementation of Bacteriophages as integrated therapeutically framework. Also I have been interested on the environmental impacts of microorganisms that are related to new industrial, pharmaceutical issues and those inhabit, create, or contaminate food, food-safety and their products which can be used to combat pathogenic microbes. Consequently, in recent years, much interest has been shown in the use of bacteria as probiotic organisms and their potential for disease prevention in humans and animals. My research work on “Potentiality of Bacteriophage’s Lytic Enzymes as antimicrobial agents against Ciprofloxacin Resistant Salmonella Typhi” was submitted as PhD requirement. My MSc thesis was on Bacteriological Studies and Protein Profiles of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Their Phages Isolated from Soba Stabilization Station, was obtained from Alneelain University, Faculty of Science and Technology School of Biotechnology in 2008.
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