Phone : +964 (750) 725-6874

Birth Date: 1992-05-26

Nationality: Iraq

Address: Sharya, Duhok, Kurdistan

Shirwan Hussein Darweesh

Department of Medical Laboratory

M. Sc. in Medical Microbiology B. Sc. in Medical Laboratory
Area Interest
Diagnostic microbiology Microbial genetics Molecular Virology Medical Mycology Vaccinology and Immunology
Teaching Materials
Microbiology Medical Bacteriology Medical Virology

Shirwan H. Darweesh, born in 1992 in Duhok-Kurdistan-Iraq, graduated from Duhok University and received a bachelor’s degree in medical laboratory sciences from college of health sciences. He got a master of science in medical microbiology from Tokat Gaziosmanpasa University in Turkey. Currently, he is a staff member at the College of Health Sciences at Cihan University-Duhok, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. He is interested in reading and researching microbial life and infectious diseases.


2020 – 2022


Medical Microbiology

Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University

2012 – 2016


Medical Laboratory

University of Duhok

Training Course

2021-06-13 – 2021-06-22

How to write and Publish Articles in the International and Reputable Journals


2021-04-28 – 2021-05-23

Scientific Training on the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area


2018-10-20 – 2018-12-20

Entrepreneurship development


Publication Journal

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a serious public health problem caused by a variety of microorganisms, the most prevalent of which are bacteria. The diversity of the immune system in the urinary tract is a critical factor in the defense against infections. This research included 127 clinically suspected UTI patients that all are treated with urine analysis and complete blood count test in order to observe the increased effects of neutrophils, total white blood cells, mainly granulocytes, and lymphocytes, in response to bacteria in urinary tract infection patients. All were classified into three groups: adult males, females, and children's girls, boys were excluded as they rarely encounter with this infection. In males, significant differences appear between bacteria and pus cells, bacteria and white blood cells as well as bacteria and granulocytes. Regarding females, a significant difference was seen between bacteria and lymphocytes in asymptomatic UTI cases, in contrast, the symptomatic cases showed a significant difference between bacteria and pus cells. Girls with asymptomatic UTI showed a significant difference between bacteria and pus cells, and bacteria and white blood cells. The significant difference between men and women appeared in bacterial presence in urine, white blood cells, and granulocytes. Conclusion; this study supports the great role of neutrophil cells that fight bacteria in blood circulation and later become pus cells in urine