Having earned my PhD in linguistics in 2018 through the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship under the EMIIY Project, which was managed by the University of Lund in Sweden and financed by the European Commission, I conducted my research at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen in Germany. My doctoral dissertation focused on the topic of "Language Change and (Ir)regularization" under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Hedde Zeijlstra. Prior to this, I completed my MA in linguistics in 2005 at Baghdad University, in the Department of English within the College of Education. My thesis explored "Conversation Analysis of the Internet Relay Chat," supervised by Prof. Dr. Sabah Al Rawi.

Following my academic pursuits, I embarked on a career in academia, serving as a lecturer in linguistics at Salahaddin University's Department of English within the College of Education since 2006. In this role, I've taught a range of subjects to undergraduate students, including Semantics, Morphology, Linguistics, History of Language, Language and Culture, Speaking Skills, and Phonology. Additionally, I expanded my teaching experience from 2020 to 2022 by working part-time as a lecturer at the Lebanese French University, where I instructed undergraduate students in subjects such as Semantics, Pragmatics, Morphology, Generative Syntax, and Translation within the Department of English in the College of Education.