Remote Work

Dr. Mazen Saleh

Dr. Saleh is currently seeking graduate students. Students interested in working with Dr. Saleh should email him with their CV, writing sample, and a summary briefly indicating the ways in which they believe their research interests align.

Relevant Publications

Mazen T. Saleh (Editor). Molecular Aspects of Infectious Diseases. Nova Science Publishers Inc., Hauppauge, New York. ISBN 978-1-61728-690-2

Kinkar, E, Kinkar, A, Saleh, M. (2019) The Multicopper Oxidase of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MmcO) Exhibits Ferroxidase Activity and Scavenges Reactive Oxygen Species in Activated THP-1 Cells. Int’l J. Med. Microbiol. In press.

Taylor, E., St. Amant, K., Kinkar, E., and Mazen Saleh (2018) Zika Virus: Transmission and Infectivity”. Acta Scientific Microbiology 1.5: 66-74.

Alkhoury R, Kinkar E, Nokhbeh R, Saleh MT (2018) Monotherapy Versus Combination Therapy for the Treatment of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in Cystic Fibrosis Patients. J Antibio Res 2(1): 105

Ybazeta G, Graham J, Trifkovic J, Giroux L, Saleh M, Sattar S, and Nokhbeh R. (2018) Complete genome sequences of a diverse group of thirteen Propionibacterium acnes bacteriophages isolated from urban raw sewage. Genome Announc.

Funded Projects

2018 Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Connecting with Northernchem Inc. $1,740 (2018)

2018 Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence – Mitacs Detection of THC using aptamer technology. $30,000 (2018-2019)

2017 Ministry of Northern Development and Mines – Northern Ontario Heritage Foundation Corporation Bacterial production of magnetic nanoparticles in iron contaminated water. $36,000 (2018-2019)