Al-Nahrain University
College of Medicine
Genetics, ANatomical Variations, Biostatistics
"1- Iankovitch, A., Ledley, J.S., Almabrouk, T., Al‐Jaberi, N. and Coey, J., 2022. Anatomical variations of the internal jugular vein in the context of central line placement: A visual approach to data processing. Clinical Anatomy.

2- Saxena, P., Varghese, L., Hilal, H., Al-Jaberi, N., Almabrouk, T. and Coey, J., 2021. Roles of standardized patients (SPs) in medical education: Students’ reflection. Medical education, 25(1), pp.103-108.
3- Ebot D, Hilal H, Coey J. and Al-Jaberi N; Reproducibility of Ultrasonography in Determining Origin of Radial Artery. July 2016. Clinical Anatomy. Volume 29 (Issue 8): pp. 1075–1087. DOI 10.1002/ca.22740
4- Al-Jaberi, N., Lindsay, S., Sarma, S., Bayatti, N. and Clowry, G.J.: The Early Fetal Development of Human Neocortical GABAergic Interneurons. Cerebral Cortex, Mar/2015, 25(3), pp. 631-45.
5- Alkasiy K, Al-Habib M, Al-Jaberi N, Electron Microscopic Study of the Effects of Preeclampsia on the Placental Endothelial Cells Ultra Structures during Pregnancy. Al-Kindy College Medical Journal. 06/2010; 6(1): pp. 39-44.
6- Hatam, Hikmat Abdul-Rasoul, Nile A, Al-Jaberi N. Splenic Injuries at Al-Kadhimiya Teaching Hospital. Al-Kindy College Medical Journal. 10/2007; 5(1): pp. 83-90.
7- Abdul-Rasheed O, Addai N. Spectroscopic Studies of the Purified Testosterone Receptors in Human Benign and Malignant Prostatic Tumors. The Iraqi Postgraduate Medical Journal. 04/2007; 6(4): pp. 320-332.
8- Al-Jaberi N, Jaffar A, Al-Salihi A. Morphometry of the Postnatal Development of Rat Hippocampal Capillaries. J Fac Med Baghdad. 06/2006; 48(4): pp. 445-453."
Teaching the following subjects: human anatomy - tissues - embryos - cell biology - and physiology for students of the Faculty of Medicine at Al-Nahrain Universities (Iraq) and the Universities of Newcastle, St. George and Northumbria (United Kingdom), and dentistry at the University of Newcastle (United Kingdom)
Practical teaching of the above subjects (paragraph 1) following the BPL system (Problem Based Learning).
Quarterly participation in preparing the Integrated Curriculum, with updating the Learning Objectives
Continuous participation in the preparation and revision of exam questions according to the USMLE curriculum
United States Medical Licensing Examination
Quarterly supervision of medical students' research projects.