Layla Mohamed Aladdin

Assistant Professor

College of Health Sciences

Department of Medical Microbiology

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Dr. Layla Mohamed Aladdin Al-Naqishbandy was born in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. She received the BSc. degree in Microbiology from the University of Salahaddin, Erbil, Iraq, and the M.Sc. degree in water pollution and limnology from the college of science at the University of Salahaddin. She is currently assistant professor in the Department of general science, a basic education college.  She has published 5 scientific papers in national and international journals in the field of Ecology, water pollution, and remediation by Algae.  Her research interests include microorganisms, a natural product of Algae, and phyco Limnology. Currently, she is a lecturer working on Phycolimnological and physiology study of algal natural products. Her diverse scientific specialization, which combines more than one specialization, helped her to work in different faculties, and this, in turn, earned her a good teaching experience, which helped her to supervise many graduation projects as well as supervising a master's student. In addition to teaching, she holds the title of specialist Microbiologist due to her previous work in the Ministry of Health (in the field of management of pandemic diseases, research, and supervising training students.

  Layla Aladdin has 5 publications. Her current research work is mainly related to environmental research, microorganisms, and algae, and conflict with physiolimnology, phycolimnology, and phytochemistry.

Google Scholar h-index: 2, Citations 13




















 1. Response of Algae to Heavy Metal Removing with Particular Reference to pH/ Pol. J. Environ. Stud. Vol. 29, No. 3 (2020), 2041-2053/ DOI: 10.15244/pjoes/110446
2-Some of physical, chemical, and bacteriological aspects in ranya`s ground water sulaymaniyah Iraq /Tikrit university college of agriculture scientific research /503l674/5l12l (2011).
3-Evaluation of inhibition properties of Aza ascorbic acid on alkaline phoshatate enzyme ALP  in different cancer types./Journals of koya university/NO. 13, ( 2009 ).
5-study some phusio-chemical and bacteriological variable of both drinking water purification projects (Ifraz And Ankawa) Erbil Iraq/Zanko journal of pure and applied science salahaddin University Hawler./Vol 18  NO. 3 ( 2006).


1- Ph.D. desertation include  microorganisms, natural product of Algae and phyco Limnology from college of science the University of Salahaddin, in 2020
2- M.Sc. degree in water pollution and limnology from college of science the University of Salahaddin, in 2001
3- Diploma (one year)of 16 th pathological laboratory course  in central lab, Madina Al-tub, Baghdad, Iraq in 1988 
4- BSc. degree in Microbiology from the University of Salahaddin, Erbil, Iraq in 1987