Dr Taghread Hudaib is a senior lecturer at the school of pharmacy and a former senior biomedical scientist with long experience in clinical chemistry and body fluid analysis, histopathology, Haematology, microbiology and pharmacognosy /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 serology and biochemical pathology, immunohistopathology and microbiology labs (Jordan University hospital 1998-2004). She joined the School of Life sciences at University of Lincoln in 2006 for teaching and technical support including preparing and teaching lab materials and producing handouts and manuals for haematology, microbiology, nutrition and physiology practicals. She obtained her PhD from Lincoln university in phytochemical bioactivity of bean extracts followed by a post-doc research fellow in chemical communications. She joined the School of Pharmacy at University of Lincoln in 2015, teaching human anatomy and physiology, genetics, natural products; electives and projects.
Other interests: Arabic phonology and literacy.
Teaching Physiology to MPharm years 1-4 at the School of Pharmacy
Teaching on different modules of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Teaching Parasitology at the School of Life Sciences.
Academic Conduct Officer
Voluntary communications and recruitment of international students