It was in 1979 that I was born at Erbil and in Kurdistan Iraq. My primary, secondary, high school and university education I completed all of them in Erbil. In 2000, I obtained a BSc degree in Agricultural Education with specialization in Animal Resources from Salahaddin University-Erbil. At the same institution, I proceeded to attain my M.Sc in Ruminant Physiology; which was followed by a Ph.D. in Poultry Physiology.    I started my professional career at Salahaddin University-Erbil back in 2001 and since then, I have occupied different academic positions. From 2001 to 2003 worked as assistant at the Animal Resources Department. In 2006 elevated to the rank of assistant lecturer before moving on to lecturer level up to now. Later became a lecturer at the same department since 2020.    In addition these lecturing duties, I have participated actively on various workshops, conferences as well as seminars which added value into my expertise and enriched my field work experiences too. Also published number of research papers in reputable journals such as those describing the effect of dietary supplements on quail and broiler chickens under heat stress or high density conditions.    I am proficient in basic computer skills and hold an English Language Certificate at the highest level possible. My teaching qualifications include an excellent rating in the Teaching Methods course. Beyond my academic pursuits, I volunteer with several NGOs and am a member of the Kurdistan Agricultural Engineers' Union and the Kurdistan Teachers' Union. I am committed to my field and continue to contribute significantly to agricultural science and education in the Kurdistan Region.