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University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
United Kingdom

About Taghread Hudaib

Dr Taghread Hudaib is a senior lecturer at the school of pharmacy and a former senior biomedical scientist with a long experience in clinical analytical chemistry and body fluid analysis, pharmacognosy and phytochemical bioactivity. She worked as a research assistant in phytochemistry/pharmacognosy and Haemorheology (University of Jordan, 1993-1997). She worked as a senior biomedical scientist in chemical pathology (Jordan University hospital 1998-2004). She joined the School of Life sciences at University of Lincoln in 2006. She obtained her PhD from Lincoln university in phytochemical bioactivity of kidney bean extracts followed by a post-doc research fellow in chemical communications. She joined the School of Pharmacy at University of Lincoln in 2015. Other interests:   Arabic phonology and literacy.

Department Responsibilities

Teaching on a range of pharmaceutical science and MPharm modules at the School of Pharmacy Teaching Parasitology at the School of Life Sciences. Module Leader Academic Conduct Officer Year 2 tutor Personal tutor PG supervisor

Subject Specialism

Pharmacognosy, phytochemical and natural products bioactivity.


  • PGCE — University of Lincoln,
  • B.Sc Biomedical sciences (5 years degree) — University of Jordan,
  • PhD in Phytochemistry/Phytochemical bioactivity — University of Lincoln,


  • Fellow of The Higher Education Academy — The Higher Education Academy,

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Research Interests

  • Natural products / Phytochemicals analysis and bioactivity

  • Invertebrate models

  • Analysis of Biological fluids/ VOCs and biomarkers

  • Antiaging and antimicrobial activity

Research Groups Memberships

  • School of pharmacy/ 4Ds

Research Projects

  • BBSRC Seeding Catalyst Award — BBSRC in 2018
  • R-Leaf project — Innovate UK in 2017
  • Chemical signals in cats and dogs with professor Daniel Mills — CEVA in 2014
  • The Photosensitization symptoms and treatment of Hypericum triquetrifolium with Professor Suleiman Al-Khalil — in 1996
  • Rheological Action of Aspirin on Human Erythrocytes with professor Yousif Y. Bilto — in 1995
  • Effects of selected flavonoids on deformability, osmotic fragility and aggregation of human erythrocytes with professor Yousif Y. Bilto — in 1994

Research in the Lincoln Repository

Professional Affiliations

  • Society for Applied Microbiology — Full Member
  • Women in science technology and engineering (WISE) — individual member
  • British Pharmacological Society — Member