Baligh - Biology Teacher - Sydney, NSW, Australia

Mansour Baligh

Sydney, NSW, Australia


I am a current PhD second year student at the department biomolecular science and biotechnology at UNSW. My professional experience are encompassing: 15 years in clinical microbiology, 4 years in plant pathology and agronomy, 5 years in environmental sciences; I performed research experiments; earned laboratory skills in most aspects of the isolation and identification of microorganisms from human, plant, and environmental samples. I have potential for a position that utilizes technical skills and knowledge in microbiology, plant pathology, biological /clinical /environmental testing and analysis, new product research and development, quality control, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries. Most of all, I have seven years of teaching experience as a biology instructor at university and college.


Biology Teacher

Work History


NSW - Research

July 2012 - May 2013

Assisted research professor of mycology and worked on Research Projects.


South Western Sydney Institute

July 2009 - December 2009

o Organized three laboratories of microbiology, microscopy, and analytical chemistry


Dermbiz - Bankstown, NSW

June 2009 - July 2009

o Prepared histological slides with microtome and staining tissues following Mohs micrographic surgery

Biology Dept., Tehran, Iran - Instructor

Central Branch

January 2008 - January 2009

o Taught general microbiology and biological literature courses


Carolina Memorial Hospital, Microbiology Dept

June 2007 - September 2007

Special Microbiology: Organ donor tests:
o Auszyme (HbsAg, HSAG, HSAGE),
o Corzyme (HBVCore Total IgG & IgM, HBCT),
o CMV total, HIVAB (HIV-1/HIV-2 (rDNA)),

Harris Medical Laboratory

January 2005 - January 2006

o Receiving and set up; Blood, urine, and stool culture,
o ETI-MAX 3000 instrument for HIV and HBSAG,
o Serology: Rapid HIV-1Ab; Cryptococcus Latex Agglutination, Macro-view RPR card,
o Detection of Streptococcus antigens: group A in pharyngeal swab, group B in vaginal swab;
o Parasitology: Fecal stains, VagPath for T. vaginalis, G. vaginalis, and C. albicans; C. difficile; O and P.
o Modified Acid-Fast stain for Cryptosporidium, Immunoassay detection methods.


o Mycobacteria: AFB staining and culture: ESP Manometric and BACTEC 460 TB Systems, fluorescent microscope;
o Gram stain and bacterial identification at urine, stool, throat, genital benches;
o Fungal culture and fungal identification; occult blood; special staining such as: India ink, Sudan fat, KOH prep; C. difficile, Rotavirus, and Giardia by EIA method. VITECH for sensitivity.

Medical Technologist

Laboratory Corporation of America

June 1999 - February 2005

o Performed culture set up; bacterial meningitis latex, RSV antigen, Flue A&B, Streptococcal antigen, Cryptoccal antigen;

Extraction Chemist

ERMI Environmental Laboratories

January 1998 - January 1999

o Worked on organic extraction, condensation, and analysis of environmental solid and liquid samples such as pesticides, herbicides, PCB, volatile and semi-volatile hydrocarbons, TPH, complete TCLP, ZHE, Oil and Greases;
o Experienced in multiple experiments in wet chemistry;
o Participated in minimal detection limit, quality control studies, and instrumental calibration.

Research Assistant

Oklahoma State University, Agronomy Dept

August 1995 - August 1996

o Assisted research professor of the Pasture, Range, and Turf grass Breeding and Genetic Research Project.
o Controlled crosses of switch grasses by hand-emasculation and hand-pollination techniques.
o Conducted routine methods including micro-sectioning, staining, and chromosome counting;
o Collected data and worked in germination of seeds, transplantation of seedlings, fertilization, pest control, harvesting,
o Prepared samples for flow cytometry techniques.

Research Assistant

Plant Pathology Dept

August 1988 - August 1994

o Conducted extensive research in plant pathology focusing on biological control phenomenon.
o Organized the maintenance of fungal and bacterial culture collection and herbarium.
o Supervised and trained undergraduate and graduate students on methods in plant pathology.
o Performed instrument analysis such as gas and ion chromatography, and atomic absorption spectrometry.

Qualifications & Certifications

Computer Animation

Art Institute of Dallas

Plant Pathology

Oklahoma State University

Biology / Microbiology

Eastern New Mexico University


Arak College of Sciences

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