Dr. Isam Yousif Mansoor
Hawler Medical University
Education: 1992 Ph. D. degree / Microbiology, Dept. of Biology / University of Essex, England, UK. 1986 Postgraduate Diploma degree / Microbiology, Dept. of Biology, University of Essex, England, UK. 1975 B. Sc. Microbiology, Dept. of Biology, College of Science, University of Baghdad. 1971 Baccalaureate, Scientific Division, Erbil Secondary School, Erbil, Iraq. Training Courses: 1- Serum Protein and Hemoglobin Electrophoresis, Central Public Health Lab. Baghdad, 1st-14th of June, 1979. 2- Isolation and Identification of Vibrio cholera, Central Public Health Lab. Baghdad, 1-14/ 1977. 3- Isolation and Identification of Enteric bacteria, Central Public Health lab. Baghdad, 1-30/6/ 1976. Conferences and Workshops: 1- First Higher Education Conference, University of Salahaddin, Erbil, 21st-24th April, 2001. 2- Examiner Workshop Program, Organized by Kurdish Scientific and Medical Association (KSMA, London) in collaboration with Salahaddin University, College of Medicine, held on 14/11/ 2003 3- New Trends in Medical Education, Organized by WHO, held at College of Medicine, University of Salahaddin, Erbil, 13-16/9/ 2003. Ph.D Thesis Title: Immunological Approaches to the ecology of Arthrobacter in Soil. Experience: 2013 – to date: Head of Department of Microbiology/ College of Health Sciences/ Hawler Medical University 2006-2013: Head of Department of Microbiology/ College of Medicine/ Hawler Medical University 2000-2006: Assistant Dean, College of Medicine, Hawler Medical University/ Erbil, Iraq. 2002-2003: Consultant Bacteriologist at Food and Agricultural organization (FAO) (Part time Job) Erbil Sector. 1998 to date: Senior lecturer, Dept. of Medical Microbiology, College of Medicine / University of Salahaddin. 1998 to date: Supervised eleven M.Sc. Students and two Ph.D students in the field of Diagnostic Microbiology. 1994-1998: Head of Department of Microbiology, Central Public Health Lab. Baghdad / Iraq. 1986- 1992: Postgraduate Scholarship, Ministry of Higher Education / Iraq. 1978-1981: Head of department of Microbiology, Central Public Health Lab. Erbil, Iraq.
3- Mansoor, E. and Balaky, S. (2002) Fluorescent antibody technique for the diagnosis of Vibrio Cholera. Zanco, J. Med. Sci. 6, 30-45, Erbil
2- Gray, T.R.G. and Mansoor, E.Y. (1996) The application of Serological techniques to the taxonomy of Arthrobacter and related organisms. 142, 561-573, Microbiology, England.
1- Mansoor, E.Y. and Gray, T.R.G. (1995) Growth of Arthrobacter globiforms observed by Fluorescent antibody technique. 141, 505-511, Microbiology, England.