(Chemical Alaa Hussein Younis.) Get master degree cum laude in (genetic engineering and biotechnology of genetic engineering and biotechnology for postgraduate studies-University of Baghdad),
About her thesis tagged :( molecular immunologic study of some bacterial pathogens of meningitis in children) and on discussions at the Hall Institute.
The debate Commission consisted of: Dr. Ali Abdel Hussein Mahdi/Faculty of medical and health technologies-Technical University (Chair), Dr . Abdul Amir Mohamed stranger/Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology for postgraduate studies-University of Baghdad (member), Ph.D. Sabah Saad Abdul Sahib/Biomedical Engineering Department - University of technology (member), Dr. Saif Dawood/Institute for genetic engineering and biotechnology for postgraduate studies-University of Baghdad (and supervisor) and Dr. Majid saki Jabber/applied science Department University of technology (member and supervisor).
Study investigating both Staphylococcus epidermidis, Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria, Acinetobacter baumannii, Enterobacter cloacae, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus by traditional methods and interaction of multiple sequential polymers the prefixes (PCR) Using special prefix type of bacterial species isolated from cerebrospinal fluid samples collected from children with cerebral inflammation meningitis Meningitis and brain to find a way to diagnose more sensitive and accuracy and speed diagnosis of these bacteria, as well as a method of interaction Multi serial welding Diplo z DNA (PCR Multiplex) with some of these bacterial species. The study also investigated the sensitivity of these bacteria to a number of antibiotics. The study also included tests on samples of spinal fluid specimen albiokimiaoih like tests measure sugar and protein and cell count of cerebrospinal fluid for children. In addition to immune tests such as testing alaliza for the purpose of investigating the role of certain immune parameters as parameters early detection of meningitis caused injury etiology.