Mammar Khames got his PhD (February, 2018) from the Higher National Veterinary School of Algiers, Algeria. He is working about animal and human brucellosis in Algeria, he characterized a new lineage of Brucella abortus biovar 3 distinct from European and sub-saharan Africa strains. He did all the experimental work of his PhD in the Institut of Tropical Health, Pamplona, Spain. He is working as an assistant professor in the department of biology, faculty of sciences, University of Medea, Algeria. He is interested on a postdoctoral position. He has three papers in reputed journals, two in Parasitology and one in Microbiology.
Neglected diseases, tropical diseases, animal and human brucellosis, toxoplasmosis, leishmaniasis, brucellosis vaccines, epidemiology.