My name is Abdullah Aleidan from Saudi Arabia – 36 – male – married. I graduated from Teachers College – Riyadh, earned a Bachelor degree in Biology, in 2006. Since then, I have joined the Biology department at Teachers College as a Teaching Assistant. I have been assigned by the department to complete my master degree in Animal Environment and Pollution. After that, I have awarded the degree of Master of Science in Zoology from the College of Science – King Saud University, in September 2011 titled:
“Histological and Functional Alterations Induced by Lead in the Liver and Kidney of Chicken, Gallus gallus domesticus”.
Then I was assigned to be a lecturer at Zoology Department, College of Science – King Saud University from 2011 to present. In March 2012, I went to the UC Davis Institution, University of California – Davis, USA, studying English language for 12 months. Being a UEA Environmental PhD researcher enables me to develop my knowledge in the field of Environmental and Pollution, develop my skills in research and contribute to resolving environmental issues.