More than ten years' experience with highly motivated within medical academic research environment, with firm command of all laboratory setup, planning, research and reporting program. I have an excellent knowledge and background about molecular biology, immunology, microbiology, clinical pathology, haematology, food and tick-borne diseases, probiotic and prebiotic research experience skills. During my PhD work, I have used a wide range of professional laboratory experience skills such as purification and quantification of antibody, DNA gel extraction and quantification, PCR (gel electrophoresis) and qPCR, SDS PAGE gel, DNA cloning and ligation, Ion Torrent Next Generation Sequencing and Sanger sequencing, panning phage display technology, bioinformatics data analysis. I have also developed serological assay (ELISA) and molecular assay (NGS) for diagnosis of zoonotic infectious diseases more importantly Salmonella spp. In 2016, I obtained PhD in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology/Nottingham University/UK, Subsequently, I got a job as a Laboratory Research Assistant (Postdoctoral Research) in infectious diseases and immunity in the School of Medicine and Health Science at the same university. In all of my roles I have been required to manage my own work load and work independently, prioritising tasks to ensure effective and efficient working. Therefore, I have excellent oral and written communication skills in English to effectively describe research statuses and findings and at scientific conferences.I currently head the Biomedical Science Department at College of Medicine and am leader of molecule, gene and diseases module for Year 1 and Infection and immunity for Year 2.