Dr. Shakir Mahmoud Saeed Al-Badrany, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques at Al-Noor University College , was granted membership in the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC) on April 18, 2019.
Dr. Shakir Mahmoud Saeed Al-Badrany holds a master's degree in Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the College of Pharmacy, University of Baghdad, and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the College of Science, University of Mosul. He has published 29 research papers in his field of specialization and has participated in numerous courses, conferences, and committees both within Iraq and abroad.
This title signifies academic and research standing within a university or similar institution.
Membership or fellowship is conferred by the Royal Society in London to individuals who have made significant contributions to advancing natural knowledge, such as in mathematics, engineering, sciences, and medicine.
This fellowship is one of the oldest in the history of modern scientific academies and has been awarded to many pioneers in scientific thought.
The method of awarding fellowship varies for each scientific society but may include a period of qualification, passing a series of examinations with the nomination of two colleagues who know the applicant professionally,
along with evidence of ongoing scientific research and significant accomplishments in the field of specialization, culminating in the submission and examination of a thesis or a body of work followed by election by fellow members.