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Doctoral congratulations to Yasin Al-Luaibi and Esadawi Abuneeza

Tuesday 16 February 2016

We are pleased to announce that two of our doctoral students completed their PhDs yesterday, 15th February 2016.

As usual, a little celebration was held in the BMRC corridor to congratulate them.

Yasin Al-Luaibi's thesis is entitled Molecular genetics and microbiology of bioremediation using methane-oxidising bacteria. He was supervised by Professor Tom Smith and Dr Karen Stanley.

Yasin’s studies were entirely funded by the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq.

Changes in Chondroitin Sulphate Proteoglycan in Multiple Sclerosis: A Role for ADAMTS-9 is the title of Esadawi Abuneeza's PhD and he was supervised by Professor Nicola Woodroofe, Dr Rowena Bunning, Dr Alison Cross and Dr Gail Haddock.

Esadawi's studies were entirely funded by the Libyan Embassy.

Congratulations to the students and their supervisors!

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