First Lieutenant Abdullah Al Bastaki of the Forensic Evidence and Crime General Department of the Dubai Police has achieved quality achievements in the field of scientific research both locally and globally, which qualifies him to receive the title of “Dubai’s Commander-in-Chief”. Policing for Scientific Excellence within the Commander-in-Chief Award for the year 2022 in the 18th session.
Lt. Al Bastaki, after achieving a high school average of 99.7%, showed unparalleled distinction in his science to receive a scholarship from the Dubai Police General Command to study criminology in the United Kingdom and graduate with distinction. With respects. And his passion for scientific excellence led him to continue his education by submitting a master’s thesis in Molecular Cytology at Nottingham Trent University, receiving an Honors Degree with First Honors and becoming the first young person to specialize in it. Critical Science of Dubai Police. Al Bastaki currently works as an expert in the field of biology and DNA in the field of forensic evidence and criminology, and is the first young Emirati to research the science of “identifying people by microbial communities” and the first young Emirati to conduct research on the deadly bacteria Cronobacter.
His passion for science led him to enter the world of inventors, where Lt. Al Bastaki was able to obtain a patent in the field of DNA after he effectively contributed to the design of chemical solutions targeting 26 genetic sites in the male chromosome. Scientific reference in the field of DNA and viruses plays an important role in the Dubai Police in preparing the six comparisons.
First Lieutenant Al Bastaki participated in more than 55 courses and workshops, presented five scientific papers at local and international conferences, and contributed to the submission of 70 proposals and participated in 15 projects and various initiatives at the Dubai Police level.
Al-Bastaqi recorded four intellectual works, all in the field of science, the first book was titled “Microbes and the Criminal World” and dealt with methods of identifying people by the microbial community formed in saliva, while the second book dealt with the topic. “The ability of Cronobacter bacteria to withstand harsh environmental conditions” and the third book “Studies of waste water samples for the detection of infectious diseases and diseases” and the fourth work dealt with the topic “Biological safety conditions”. Laboratories”.
Al-Bakhti has published nine research papers in international disciplines, including what is considered the first study on “Linking Mobile Phones to Biosecurity” in collaboration with Australia’s Bond University and Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Microbial Testing. In collaboration with Australia’s Bond University, two studies with a Pakistani scientific team, a genetic survey of the Pakistani population and other research. Al-Bastaki is currently working on several scientific research projects both locally and internationally in collaboration with government task forces and local departments.
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