Name: Saad Sabbar Dahham

Country: Oman

Affiliation:

Assistant professor,
Rustaq,
Colleges of Applied Sciences,
Sultanate of Oman.

Phone no: 0096895625557

Email: Send an Email


Address:

Rustaq,
Sultanate of Oman.

Research Interests:

Cancer Biology, Apoptosis, Biology, Cancer Research, Antibacterial Activity, Antibacterials, Flavonoids, Antioxidants, Cancer Cells, Essential Oils, Phenolic Compounds, Bacterial Cell Culture, Phytochemicals, Antioxidant Activity.

Biography:

Education/Qualification

  • 2016 Ph.D. (Cancer Biology). Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) - Malaysia. 
  • 2010 Master of Science (Microbiology) Osmania University-India (graduated with First Class). 
  • 2008 Bachelor (Biology) Tikrit University Iraq. The average of four academic years was (81.335 %.). My rank was 3ed out of 27 graduates.

Research/Work experience

  • 2017 Assistant professor, Rustaq, Colleges of Applied Sciences- Sultanate of Omanrnï‚
  • 2016 Research officers in EMAN- Bio discoveries. Sdn. Bhd. Malaysia 
  • 2015 Consultant in Frutania Industry- Malaysia http://frutania-industry.com/afr-consultant-research/
  • 20-10-2010  1-6-2011 Lecturer in College of education, Samarra University- Iraq, for the subjects (Microbiology and Immunology)

Academic honor and awards  

  • Best oral presentation award, in the 4th International Conference on Biotechnology, Bio Informatics, Bio Medical Sciences and Stem Cell Applications (B3SC), 2016rnï‚
  • 3ed prize winner, In Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) USM, Malaysia, 2016 rnï‚« GOLD MEDAL AWARD; in recognition of the excellence of Mu-DermTM (A natural angiogenic product for skin heal) in the International Conference and Exposition on Inventions by Institutions of Higher Learning (PECIPTA 2015)
  • USM Fellowship 2012-2015 Institute of Postgraduate Studies,Universiti Sains Malaysiarnï‚
  • IPS Conference grant award, 2015
  • Conference grant for the 15th International Congress of ISE 2015, Jordan.
  • Best poster Award, in Science day. India-Osmania University – physics department. The poster's name was (The 100$ genome) 2010.