Dear students, according to the directives of the Head of department , we list for you the names of the resident teaching staff and those discussing student projects for the fourth and fifth stages, noting that there are no discussions for the fourth phase projects (evaluation only) with our best wishes for your safety.
The Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Technology received Ministerial committee assessing procedures and standards for biosecurity and biological safety in scientific laboratories. Where the committee was accompanied by Administrative Associate Assistant, Ph. D. Karim Jawad Hussein, and Head of the Laboratory Unit, Ph. D.. Wafa Abdul-Rasoul. Work and raise awareness of laboratory personnel in the field of biological risk management, as well as verification and control of biological materials circulating in sites related to laboratory activity.
Dr. Jenan Kashan,obtained a letter of thanks and appreciation for her participation in 6th International Engineering Conference IEC2020 Thanks to her contributions, which help them to organize such a great international engineering conference hosted the researchers from all over the world and provide a dynamic and fruitful environment that fosters the scientists, researchers, and scholars in the computer and civil engineering fields , wish to genuinely thank her for reviewing the 1 articles submitted on 6 th International Engineering Conference (IEC2020), jointly organized by Tishk International University and Erbil Polytechnic University and technically sponsored by IEEE represented by IEEE Iraq Section.
In the presence of Scientific deputy Ph.D. Saad Mahmoud Ali and Administrative deputy Assistant Ph.D. Karim Hussein Jawad and heads of branches and teaching staff, the Biomedical Engineering Department organized a scientific lecture on" tissue segmentation" delivered by Ph. D. Muayad Abbas Hussein, the lecture dealt with how to deal With tissue samples taken from the body and cut into tissue in the form of tissue slides, with a diameter of 1-10 microns for the purpose of examining them histologically under a microscope and staining the samples. The lecture also included common mistakes that occur during two preparations.