F. Kareem Al-Bagdadi


F. Kareem Al-Bagdadi has completed his degree of veterinary medicine from the University of Baghdad, College of Veterinary Medicine Bagdad, Iraq and masters from Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. He completed his Ph.D. at School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Illinois. He is currently working as an associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Anatomy and Cell Biology at Louisiana State University. He authored many publications in reputable journals. He received national and international awards for his contribution in the field of veterinary medicine.

Research Interests:

His research interests mainly focus on ultrastructural morphology on specimens from in vitro as well as in vivo experimental models or compare experimented and control tissue. Specifically, he has capabilities to reveal ultrastructural morphological characteristics of the subcellular organelle. He conducting research on the ultrastructure morphology including stem cells in different passages, mast cell in dogs diagnosed with mast cell cutaneous tumor, plasma cell, melanocyte, equine planter and palmer nerve degeneration, Wallerian degeneration, hemal lymph nodes, and povidone influence on mare uterine glands. His expertise complements research using cell culture or animal tissue.

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