Salah Madi Saleem Al-Bader received a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Science from Baghdad University-Iraq in 1975. He gained a Master's degree in Microbiology/mycology from Basrah University, Iraq in 1986, and Ph.D. in Mycology from Basrah University-Iraq in 1996. He has 34 years of teaching experience in various universities. He has a lifetime membership in the Arab academic union. He is currently working as a staff member in the Department of Medical Laboratory Science, College of Science, Knowledge University, Kurdistan Region, Erbil, Iraq. His field of interest includes fungal taxonomy, fungal ecology, and natural product as antifungal agents. He has published (39) articles in various international and local journals and conferences.
Director of Scientific Affairs and Cultural Relations / Un. of Basrah (1988-1990
Coordinator of central scientific committee / University of Basrah (1988-1990
Vice-dean for scientific affairs and higher studies/Coll. of Science-Un. of Basrah (1996-2001
Member of the Preparatory and Scientific Committees for several scientific conferences
Head of the examination committee-Coll. of Applied Science-Thamar Un. (2010-2012
Member of Mastry Holland project for developing Mathematic and Sciences teaching in Yemani Universities. (2009-2011
Member of DMLS council -Coll. of Science-Knowledge University (2015-2020)
1. Fungal Taxonomy and Ecology.
2. Fungal Biology.
3. Fungi and human health.
4. Using natural products as antifungal agents.
• Several local and Arabian conferences. • International conferences in Duhok (2018) university and Kufa university(2020)
1- A thermotolerant sp. of Chaetomium from Iraqi forest soil. Int .J. Micol. Lichenol 83 -91, 1989.
2- Taxonomy of edible hypogeous ascomycotina of Iraq. Int.J.Myco. Lichebol. (1-2) ; 9-21 ,1989.
3- Fungi associated with two Iraqi spp. of desert truffles. Basrah J.Agric. Sci. Vol. 2, no (1-2), 1989.
4- On the thermoophilic and thermotolerant mycoflra of Iraqi soils. SYDDOWIA 41/1990.
5- Emericella similis a new sp. from Iraqi soil. Trans. Micol. Sci. Japan 31-425 -430, (1990).
6- VAM fungi from Iraq: I-The genus Aculospora. Basrah J. Agric.Sci.,5 (2), 269- 273, (1992).
7- Thielavia minuta var. thermophila, var. nov from Iraqi forest soil. Basrah J. Agric. Sci. , 5 (1) ,118-122, (1992).
8- The fungal airspora at Basrah – Iraq. Basrah .J. sciences , vol .13 , No1, (11-18). (1992).
9- The genus Melanocaprous. Mycol. Res. 100 (1): 75 -78 , (1996).
10- Occurrence of the Keratinophilic fungus Myceliophthora vellerea and its teleomorph Ctenomyes in the soil at Mosul forest - North Iraq. Basrah J. sciences ,vol .15 ,No1,1-6 (1997).
11- A new species of Coniochaetidium from Iraq. Mycoscience 38 : 123 - 125 ,(1997).
12- Isolation of fungi from hydatid fluid of sheep and cows infected with Echinococus granulosus. Basrah J. Science. Vol.16 ,no.2,45-48 (1998).
13-Correlation between fungi isolated from burn wounds and burn care units. Burns 25, 145-147. (1999).
14-Saprobic and opportunistic associated with sheep wool in Basrah /Iraq. Basrah J. Science. B 18, 1, 81-90. (2000).
15- A new species of Cephalospora from Iraq.Basrah J. Science B.(2000).
16- Microfungal community of mesophilic fungi in Mosul forest soil. Basrah Res. J.( 2000).
17- A study on fungi isolated from sheep dermal ulceration and the effect Thymus sp. extracts on the opportunistic fungus Scytalidium japonicum.Bas. J. Vet. Res. no.4,(2000).
18- Yeast infection of burns. Mycoses. ;44(5):147-9 (2001).
19- A study on the pathogenic dimorphic fungus Blastomyces dermatitidis. Iraqi J. of Biology, 2 (1), 76-85 (2002).
20- Production of Pleurotus sajor-cajo on date palm trees (Phoenix dactylifera) Iraqi J. of Biology 2(1),64-69(2002).
21- Effect of nutrients and temperature on the dimorphic pathogenic fungus Sporothrix shineckii. Iraqi J. of Biology.2 (2), 341-346 (2002).
22- Physiological races in Fusarium causing wilt in Muskmelon in the south region of Iraq. Iraqi J. Agric. (special issue)vol. 8, no.3, Feb.(2003).
23- Isolation and identification of local isolate of Malassezia furfur ( Bilon) and the effect of some natural oils on its growth. Facul. of Scie.Bull,20,13-17.Sana'a, Yemen (2007).
24- A study on airborne fungi in Thamar Province-Yemen. (2007) Sana’a UniversityJournal of Science and Technology. SUJST, vol. 4 No1 2007: A(23-36).
25- Isolation of fungi associated with American cockroach (Periplaneta americana L) and using their spore suspensions in biological control.Sci.J.Facul.Edu.1,no.4.Thamar,yemen (2008).
26- A taxonomical study of fungi isolated from the upper respiratory tract of asthma and allergic patients. Thamar Un.J, no.6 ; 74-88. Yemen (2007).
27-Extraction and purification of AFB1 and FB1 from fungal isolates associated with Zea mays seeds and their effects on albino mice. The Science Journal of the faculty of Education-Thamar Un., vol. 2, issue(12). April (2012).
28- The Relation Between Fungi Isolated from Higher Respiratory Tract of Allergic and Asthmatic Patients, and air fungi in Their residence. Rafedain Journal of Sciences, 24(2),1-12. (2013). In Arabic.
29-The antimicrobial effects of aqueous and ethanol extracts of stems, roots, and leaves of Salvadora persica on oral microbes.Assiut J.Agric. Sci. 43: 93-100 (Special Issue). (2012).
30- Isolation and identification of fungi from the dung of animal and estimation of the antagonistic activity of Papulospora sp. against Fusarium oxisporum, Dhamar, Yemen.Yemenian J.Vet.and Agri.Sci.1(2) pp.22-26 .(2014).
31-Synthesis of new D-xylose derivatives and study their antimicrobial effect. J. Purity, Utility reaction & Environment 3(3). pp.209-220. (2014).
32-A study on soil thermophilic and thermotolerant fungi in Thamar-Yemen. AJSRP- Journal of Agricultural, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences - Volume 1 – March( 2017).
33-Study the effect of five species of Aloe collected from Somara mountain on Candida albicans in vitro. Yemenian Journal of Studies and Agriculture Research. December,30. (2014).
34-Effect of selected plant extract on Malassezia furfur in culture. Eurasian Journal of Science and Engineering,vol1, issue 1(special issue),38-43. September (2017).
35- A study on soil thermophilic and thermotolerant fungi in Thamar-Yemen. Arab J. Sci. Res. Pub. (journal of Agri. Envi. Vet. Sci.) vol. 1 March (2017).
36-The Hygienic Importance of Fungi Colonizing the Sheep Wool in Erbil/Iraq. (2018). Virology and Mycology vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 2-7.
37-Fungal contamination of air-conditioned units in five hospitals of Erbil province, Kurdistan region-Iraq. Science journal of Zakho. Vo.l6, no. 4, pp. 146-149. (2018).
38-Characterization and evaluation Typha domingensis Pers.) of a fungal growth medium composed pollens powder of cattail . ARTÍCULO DE INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA, Y TECNOLÓGICA (special issue), Inoovaciencia. (2019).
39-Expanding the Shelf Life of Tomato Fruits (Solanum Lycopersicum Mill) Using N-Hexan Extract of Date Seeds as Antifungal Agent. Journal of Mycology and Mycological Sciences, vol 3, issue 1, October (2019). DOI: 10.23880/oajmms-16000116.
40- Fungal Contamination of Air-conditioned Air Flow with Special Reference to Antifungal Activity of Eight Plant Oil Vapor Against Aspergillus niger. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1660 (2020) 012001. IOP Publishing. doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1660/1/012001. (2020).
• General Biology
• General Microbiology
• Medical Mycology
• Microbial Physiology
• Medical Parasitology
• Medical Cell Biology
• Medical plants
2- Postgraduated courses:
• Fungal taxonomy
• Ecology of fungi
• Medical fungi