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Name: Najat A. Y. Marraiki

Nationality: Saudi

Position: Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Virology.

Address: Department of Botany and Microbiology, Faculty of Science, King Saud University, P.O. Box 24552,Riyadh 11451, KSA

Fax: 009914768171

Email: najat.marraiki@gmail.com

 

Educational Background:

  1. Bachelor of science (1983): Department of Botany and Education, Scientific Departments, Girls' College, KSA.
  2. Master of Science (1993) in Mycology: “The effect of water stress on the growth of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi”, King Saud University, KSA.
  3. Doctor of Philosophy (2005) in Virology: "Recombinant virus like particles comprising hepatitis C virus (HCV) structural proteins and HCV replicon RNA", University of Leeds, UK
  4. Certificate of Achievement of completing Electron Microscope Training, and its advanced Techniques, University of Leeds, UK.
  5. Nano Technology Techniques: training and research work, University of Leicester, UK.

Employment History:

  1. (1405-1416H) Demonstrator, Department of Botany and Microbiology, King Saud University, KSA.
  2. (1416-1427H) Lecturer, Department of Botany and Microbiology, King Saud University, KSA.
  3. (1427 until now) Assistant Professor, Department of Botany and Microbiology, King Saud University, KSA.

National and International Memberships:

  1. Member of the British Society for General Microbiology
  2. Member of Saudi Biological Society 
Committees Membership:

1. Secretary of the Scientific Research Committee

2. Secretary of the Postgraduate Studies Committee

3. Member of Academic Evaluation & Confirmation

4. Member of Microbiology Academic Plan Committee

5. Member of Graduates Affairs & Employment Committee

6. Member of the Demonstrators Selection Committee, Botany & Microbiology Department.

7. Member of the Postgraduate Students Selection Committee, Botany & Microbiology Department.

 

Current activities and topics of interest:

1. The CD81 receptors and its effect on the HCV infection.

2. The usage of Antibacterial Lytic Phages as Natural Additive in Food Processing. 

3. The Efficiency of Bacteriophages as Nanobiological Reagents for Testing the Resistance of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Camel Milk

4. Extracting and identifying the virus species infecting aubergines and analysing them using electron Microscopy

5. Extracting and identifying some bacteriophage species infecting Jellyfish

6. The biological diversity of courgettes and their effect on the resistance to courgettes Mosaic Virus

Teaching:

1. Module 211

2. Module 488

3. Module 461

4. Module 498

5. Module 561

6. Module 591

 

Graduate Studies Supervision:

1. Use of Antibacterial Lytic Phages as Natural Additive in Food Processing.

2. The Efficiency of Bacteriophages as Nanobiological Reagents for Testing the Resistance of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Camel Milk.

3. The effect of the biodiversity of different plant hosts on Zucchini Mosaic Virus (ZMV) resistance.

Recent Conferences and Workshops attended:

  • The annual meetings of the British Society for General Microbiology: 2005, 2006, 2007.
  • Saudi Third Conference for Sciences titled "new horizons in sciences and applications"- Faculty of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh.
  • The World Conference on Arab Addax in the Arabian Peninsula from 4-6 Rabi' 2 1428h. - Saudi Society for Life Sciences in collaboration with National Commission for Wild Life Protection and Development.
  • The Second Volunteering Conference, 21-24 Safar 1428h.
  • Conference on to prepare our sons/ daughters for successful marriage.
  • The Scientific Program 28-29 Oct 2007.
  • The Distinction Conference on Biological Variation Researches.
  • The Institutional Session Program for the New Staff Members on 28-30 Oct 2008.
  • NANO Technology Introduction Day (20/1/2008)
  • The 9th Session on the Introductory Symposium for Technology Incubators from 3-4 March 2008
  • Training program accompanying the Introductory Symposium for Technology Incubators: how to start a small size project?
  • Workshop on the role of strategic plan in reaching the University distinction on Monday 3/11/2008.
  • Workshop in ( universities between international ranking and academic accreditation) 1-2/6/2008.
  • International symposium on technology transfer innovation management and patent workshop Nov. 24-2008.

Recent participations:

  • Participated in the Workshop on Analysis of Strength, Weakness Factors, Available Opportunities and threats to King Saud University on 15/3/2008
  • Participated in the activities of the 1st Child culture Festival, Ministry of Culture & Information, King Abdulaziz Public Library from 3-8 May 2008. 

Recent courses attended:

  • The role of staff member in the external revision of developmental evaluation (institutional & software), 19/10/2008.
  • The role of staff members in benefiting from rewards and distinction incentives in Saudi Universities, 16/11/2008.
  • A course in the NANO-Technology and how to benefit from it.

 

 
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