The team of lectures and members of the Biomedical Engineering Department in football defeated the team of the Department of Communications Engineering by three goals to one in the match that was held at the University of Technology Stadium within the first round of the President’s Football Tournament for Teachers.
The President of the University of Technology football tournament for teachers was launched on Tuesday morning, corresponding to 11/10/2022, with the participation of all university departments.
Congratulations to the team members for this great victory, wishing them success in the upcoming matches and winning the championship title.
Discussion of a graduation project entitled "Design and Modification of the Bacterial Incubator for the Laboratory"
Under the supervision of Ph. Dr. Enas Saad Mahmoud
Ph. Dr. Saad Mahmoud Ali
Ph.Dr. Zahraa Mohamed Abdel Hassan
Asst.lect. Alaa Hussein Younes
A microbiological culture or cell culture incubator is a device used to grow and maintain microbiological cultures or cell cultures.The incubator maintains an optimal temperature, humidity, and other conditions such as CO2 and oxygen content of the interior atmosphere. Incubators are used to culture both bacterial and eukaryotic cells and are essential for much experimental work in cell biology, microbiology, and molecular biology.
Each of the fifth stage students, whose names are attached below, discussed a graduation project entitled ((Patient Monitoring from Home)).
1- Wafaa Hassan Ali
2- Aisha Karim Ali
3- Taher Falah Abed Aoun
Ph.Dr. Ziad Qassem Habib
Prof.Dr. Wissam Kazem Hamdan
Ph.Dr. Zahraa Mohamed Abdel Hussein
Asst.Lect. Atheer audience
About the project:-
Where the research dealt with the use of a factory sensor to measure the patient’s temperature, heart rate, electrocardiogram, room temperature and room humidity. The patient can monitor them.
Discussion of a graduation project entitled "Development and validation of biomaterial for biomedical application"
Where the research dealt with the applications of using nanomaterials extracted from jitosan. At the beginning, an overview of the wound healing process was presented, followed by a discussion on the properties of jitosan and its nanoparticles and their suitability for treating wounds. Then the mechanisms exerted by chitosan nanoparticles (in the wound healing process) were addressed, discussed and analyzed critically and in detailed sections. We mention, among them; hemostasis, preventing infection, immune response (inflammatory) and the time taken to close the wound.
Ahmed Tariq Tawfik
Taha Qusay Taleb
Hussein Ali Mahdi
Discussion committee names:
Prof. Dr. Jinan Star Khashan
Asst.lect. Mays Sabah
Asst.lect. Saad Mahmoud
supervisor name :