Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Parasitology:

The department aims to contribute to the preparation and qualification of the student for clinical study to become a high-level veterinarian through which he can work on different axes and deal with many problems related to animals and humans alike. The Department of Clinical Pathology specializes in diagnosing blood diseases and examining marrow and organ functions in animals. Various types of animals, poultry, fish, and experimental animals, in addition to dealing with sick animals with great skill to diagnose diseases with an accurate pathological diagnosis. The department also aims to build students’ cognitive abilities related to microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, and fungi).
In addition to the basics of immunity, which enables students to build a knowledge base to understand all pathogens and other courses. In addition to explaining and clarifying the various causes of parasitic diseases, such as roundworms, tapeworms, and animal protozoa, as well as identifying the insects that transmit these parasites through laboratory diagnosis of each of them using a light microscope. Thus, the veterinarian who studies this wonderful science is able to diagnose parasitic infectious diseases, some of which are among the common diseases. Which may infect humans who are companions of animals or who feed on meat and food products infected with these parasites, and all of them ultimately fall within the framework of food security and economic wealth.