|2004 to date||During the course of Arthropods which I teach, I have introduced a method to link the Undergraduate students with fieldwork. This is implemented by giving each student assignments of collection, identification and rearing arthropods from hosts and their environment. The students are asked to submit their findings with written reports that include the life cycle of the arthropod. This training enables the students:-
|2007||Through a project on (Production of a vaccine against tropical theileriosis in the Sudan) funded by The Arab Organization For Agricultural Development, I brought to the Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Khartoum, the following equipment:
1- One laboratory Centrifuge (programmed) with adaptors for centrifugation ranging from 1.5 ml to 250 ml.
2. One Sensitive Balance with shields that weighs 0.0001 to 120 gm.
3. One Cooled Incubator with internal capacity of 250 litres and temperature ranges between 2o to 50oC.
4. Three Dissecting Microscopes 5X to 160X with accessories.
5. One Incubator (37oC).
6. One Haematocrit Centrifuge.
7. One Digital pH metre.