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CURRICULUM VITAE
FIRST NAME& SURNAME : Nabil ZOUARI

Birthday (dd/mm/yy) : 09/08/1959 in Sfax, Tunisian, married and father to 3  children

ADDRESS : Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, P.O.Box 2713, Doha, Qatar

Tel :+97444034559 , Mobile : +97455785504, E.mail : nabil.zouari@qu.edu.qa


FUNCTIONS :


  • Full-Professor, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Qatar University (since September 2011)




  • Program Coordinator for Graduate Programs at Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Qatar University (September 2013- September 2014)




  • Director, biofuel Project, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Qatar University (September 2011-Octobre 2013)




  • Full-Professor, Researcher at the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax, University of Sfax – Tunisia (October 1988 – September 2011)




  • Head of the Unit of Valorisation of Scientific Results at the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax, University of Sfax – Tunisia (2002 – 2010)




  • Legal expert for the Tunisian courts, on Industrial Food Technology and agro-industry (Since 2008)




  • Treasurer of Tunisian Association of Biotechnology: 2002-2010




  • President of Tunisian Association of Biotechnology: 2010- 2011



SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE : Competencies and Qualifications :


  • 33 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE in Research and Development in the fields of Environmental Technology, Enzyme Engineering, Industrial Microbiology and food technology in France, Tunisia and Qatar.




  • 10 YEARS (2 in France and 7 in Tunisia) OF EXPERIENCE in Technology Development and Innovative Start-up creation for valorisation of Scientific Results and Transfer to Industry (Environmental and Food Technology) 




  • 3 YEARS as Legal Expert in Industrial Food Technology and agro-industry for Tunisian Courts


OTHER POSITIONS :

  • Post-Doc at the Laboratory of Enzyme Technology of the University of Technology of Compiègne, France (Oct 1986 – Oct 1988).

  • Assistant-Professor (1988 to 1999)

  • Associate Professor (1999 to 2004)

  • Full-Professor (2004-up to now) at the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax, University of Sfax Tunisia.



GRADUATIONS,  at the university:

* Bachelor of General Biological: Faculty of Sciences and Techniques of Sfax, june1982

* Engineer, in Biological Engineering: Faculty of Sciences and Techniques of Sfax, July 1984

Training (Septembre 1983 - July1984): Laboratory of Enzyme Technology of the University of Technology of Compiègne (France)

* Master Degree in Microbiology, Enzyme Engineering & Bioconversion: University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC) (France): July1984, Laboratory of Enzyme Technololology

Scientific Supervisor: Pr. D. Thomas



Title: Production and extraction of laccases; study of free and immobilized enzymes

* PhD: Doctor-Engineer in Microbiology, Enzyme Engineering & Bioconversion: University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC) (France): Octobre 1986, Laboratory of Enzyme Technology

Scientific Supervisor: Pr. D. Thomas



Title: Study of laccases of Sporotrichum pulverulentum and Botrytis cinerea. Development of laccase biosensors and industrial sensors for the estimation of sanitary state of grape juices.

* Habilitation in Biological Engineering (Equivalent of Doctor Es-Scinces): National School of Engineers of Sfax (ENIS), University of Sfax, Tunisia. February 1999,

Title: Development of two microbiological approaches for the protection of the environment:

-Study and production de bioinsecticides based on Bacillus thuringiensis

-Development of the treatment of olive oil mill wastewaters.

POST - DOCTORAL ACTIVITIES

- Octobre 1986 - June 1988: Post-Doctoral position at the Laboratory of Enzyme Technology of the University of Technology of Compiègne, France

- June - August 1988: Participation in the expedited International theoretical and Practical Course on Anaerobic Digestion of wastewaters (IHEE, Delft and Agricultural University of Wageningen, Netherlands

- Octobre – Novembre 1994: International theoretical and Practical Course on Insecticidal Endotoxins, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New-Delhi

- Decembre 1995: International theoretical and Practical Course on Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering Applied to Plants. Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Kuwait

- Decembre 2004; July 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010; Novembre 2007 : Traineeships for 2 weeks each on Transfer and Incubation of Technology and creation of innovative start-ups in Biotechnology, in: Sophia-Antipolis Techno park, INSA-Toulouse, Centre de Transfert Compiègne, Ivry Techno park, Biopole Pasteur Institute Paris, INSERM-Transfert Paris, IRD Paris-Marseille: (FRANCE).




TEACHING ACTIVITIES

  1. Sep-2011 – up to now: Full Professor of Environmental Microbiology :


Master Program Of Environmental Science, DBES, CAS, Qatar University

- Microbiological Processes in Environmental Systems Biol506: 5 years

- Research Thesis Biol530: 3 years

PhD Program of Biological and Environmental Sciences, DBES, CAS, Qatar University

- Advanced Graduate Seminar, Biol600: 2 years

- Advanced Biotechnology Biol608: 2 years

- Lab Rotation Biol 602: 2 years


Undergraduate Programs, DBES, CAS, Qatar University

- Biotechnnology and bioremediation (Lecture + Labs) Biol443: 5 years

- Analytical Molecular Techniques (Lecture + Labs): 1 year

- General Biology Biol101: 2 years

- Microbiology Biol241: 2 years

- Research Project Biol496/497: 5 years


2- - 2004 -2011 : Full - Professor: at the National School of Engineers in Sfax and other High Institute of Biotechnology of Sfax and also of Monastir (Tunisia)
Graduate and Undergradaute Programs

Bioconversion and Valorisation of Biomass, Wastewater treatments, Biosensors, Fermentation Technology, downstream processing, enzyme engineering and applied microbiology:  8 years



3- 1999-2004 : Associate-Professor at the National School of Engineers in Sfax and High Institute of Biotechnology of Sfax and also of Monastir (Tunisia)

Graduate and Undergradaute Programs

Bioconversion and Valorisation of Biomass, Wastewater treatments, Biosensors, Fermentation Technology, downstream processing, enzyme engineering and applied microbiology:  8 years


4- 2001, 2009 and 2010: Visiting Professor: at the Faculty of Sciences, University Saint Joseph Beirut, Lebanon

Graduate and Undergradaute Programs

Applied Microbiology and Enzyme Engineering: 3 years


5- 1988 - 1999: Assistant-Professor University of Sfax at the National School of Engineers in Sfax and Full researcher at the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax

Graduate and Undergradaute Programs

Bioconversion and Valorisation of Biomass, Wastewater treatments, Biosensors, Fermentation Technology, downstream processing, enzyme engineering and applied microbiology:  11 years


6- 1985 - 1988: Temporary Teacher: at the University of Technology of Compiègne (France):

Undergradaute Programs

Biochemistry, Chemistry and Enzyme Technology: 3 years


RESEARCH PROGRAMMES

From October 2011 up to now:

* Development of aerobic and anaerobic digestion of slaughterhouses wastewaters by CSTR and UASB-technologies

* Development of valorization of poultry feathers by keratinases from local environment

* Isolation of bacteria for petroleum hydrocarbon degradation, bioremediation of polluted soils using bacteria and biosurfactants.

* Microbial bioremediation of polluted area with phydrocarbons (Lab scale)

*Development and production of bioinsectides based on Bacillus thuringiensis



From Novembre 2002 up to September 2011:

*Development and production of bioinsectides based on Bacillus thuringiensis



*Mcrobial biomass and metabolites production by fermentation: Implementation, scale-up and applications

*Rhizobia for symbiotic nitrogen fixation for plants (1000 l fermentor)

*Lactic acid bacteria for silage of co-products of agro-industries (1000 l fermentor)

*Exo-polysaccharides from Rhizobia for agro-industrial applications (4300 l fermentor)

*Brucella biomass for kits of diagnosis of brucellulose (430 l fermentor)

*Phytase production for poultry feeding (100 l fermentor)

*Consortia for bioremediation and aerobic treatment of industrial wastewater (1000 l fermentor)

From January 1992 September 2011 :

Microbial biopesticides :



  • strains isolations and screening for insecticidal and fungicidal activities

  • Study and biochemical characterization active biomolecules

  • Stydy of nutritional requirements, metabolism regulations and production by implementation in optimized media

  • Development of appropriate fermentation technologies(4300 l fermentor+ cross-flow microfiltration)

  • Scale-up of production and development of an integrated process at the 1000 litres fermentor

  • Application of formulated biopesticides in the field

From Octobre 1988 to January 1992

*Study and development of suitable treatments of olive oil mill wastewaters:

*Identification of the origin of difficulties of the treatment of the wastewaters

*Development of anaerobic digestion for methane production : application of batch and Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket technologies

*Application of aerobic treatment by suitable bacterial consortium, through culture enrichments

*Physical and chemical treatments prior to biological treatment



From Octobre 1986 to Octobre 1988

Transfer of Enzyme technologies to industry under contract context:



1-Industrial applications of several enzymes in cosmetics and agro-industries. Development and application of enzyme biosensors for the determination of sanitary qualities of grapes, by measuring glucose and laccase titers

2- Evaluation of the quality of melons by using glucose oxydase electrode

3- Development of bioreactors based on lactate-oxydase for the assessment of lactate in dairy products, blood and skin

4- Development of immobilisation methods of proteins on several pigments in order to increase their use in make-ups

5- Utilisation of oxygen biosensors for the determination of oscillations in spinach chloroplasts

From Sep 1983 to Oct 1886

Production and Study of laccases of the white Rot Fungi Sporotrichum pulverulentum and Botrytis cinerea. Development of laccase biosensors and industrial sensors for the estimation of sanitary state of grape juices:



  • Fungal strains isolation and screening

  • Laccases induction, production, purification and characterization

  • Laccases immobilization

  • Laccase biosensors development and application for industrial applications: Development of an apparatus named RAISIMAT for the continuous estimation of grape sanitary.



STUDENTS SUPERVISION
LAST FIVE YEARS





Defended

Ongoing

Total

PhD

1 (Sfax University)

2 (Qatar University)

3

MSc

1 (Sfax University)

2 (Qatar University)

3

Undergraduate

5 (Qatar University)

6 (Qatar University)

11


BEFORE SEPTEMBER 2011: Sfax University

- PhD : 6 defended PhD Thesis

- MSc: 7 defended MSc Thesis

- Engineer Thesis: 22

- UG BSc projects: 53
TRANSFER AND INCUBATION OF INNOVATIONS ACTIVITIES: Before 2011


  • Permanent Member of the Executive committee of the Incubator of Biotechnology belonging to the Centre of Biotechnology of Sfax (CBS, Tunisia)

  • Consulting Expert for selection of innovative start-up for the Incubator of CBS and for the Business Centre of Sfax belonging to Ministry of Industry (Tunisia)

  • Coach of three start-ups created in the Incubator of CBS; SeeD, BiotechRDP and BioServ Laboratories.

  • Consulting Expert for IDEXX Company ( Montpellier, France) for Bioproduction of Cell Biomasses of the bacterium Brucella in CBS

  • Interactive collaborator with the technopark of: Sophia-Antipolis Techno park, INSA-Toulouse, Centre de Transfer Compiègne, Ivry Techno park, Biopole Pasteur Institute Paris, INSERM-Transfer Paris, IRD Paris-Marseille. (FRANCE).

  • Interactive Collaborator for the German Technical Collaboration (GTZ) in Tunisia

  • Project Manager under contract context of the following Tunisian companies:

  • Triki Confectionary

  • AGROZITEX company of alimentary oils

  • Imen Robb Company of palm dates transformation

  • National Office of Olive Oil

  • Rekik Confectionary of Traditional sweets

  • Tunisian Company of alimentary yeasts


INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS
LAST FIVE YEARS: Qatar University

1- Saoussen BEN KHEDHER, Nabil ZOUARI, Nadia MESSADDEQ, Patrick SCHULTZ and Samir JAOUA. (2011)

Overproduction of delta-endotoxins by sporeless Bacillus thuringiensis mutants obtained by nitrous acid mutagenesis.



Current Microbiology 62, 38-43.

2- Fatma Driss, Souad Rouis, Hichem Azzouz, Slim Tounsi, Nabil Zouari, and Samir Jaoua (2011)

Integration of a Recombinant Chitinase into Bacillus thuringiensis Parasporal Insecticidal Crystal. Current Microbiology 62:281–288.



3- Wafa Jallouli, Nabil Zouari and Samir Jaoua (2011)

Overcoming the production limitations of Photorhabdus temperate ssp. temperata strain K122 bioinsecticides inlow-cost medium

Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng. 34(8):1039-1047

4- Saoussen BEN KHEDHER, Samir JAOUA and Nabil ZOUARI. (2011)

Improvement of Bioinsecticides Production by Sporeless Bacillus thuringiensis Strains in Response to Various Stresses in Low Cost Medium.



Current Microbiology, 62:1467-1477.

5- Saoussen BEN KHEDHER, Amel KAMOUN, Samir JAOUA and Nabil ZOUARI (2011)

Improvement of Bacillus thuringiensis bioinsecticides production by sporeless and sporulating strains using response surface methodology.



New Biotechnology, 28:705-712.

6- Kilani-Feki O, Culioli G, Ortalo-Magné A, Zouari N, Blache Y, Jaoua S (2011) Environmental Burkholderia cepacia strain Cs5 acting by two analogous alkyl-quinolones and a didecyl-phthalate against a broad spectrum of phytopathogens fungi.

Current Microbiology 62:1490-1495

7- He´la Mezghanni, Saoussen Ben Khedher, Slim Tounsi, and Nabil Zouari (2012)

Medium optimization of antifungal activity production by Bacillus amyloliquefaciens using statistical experimental design



Preparative Biochemistry & Biotechnology, 42:267–278,

8- Kilani-Feki O, Zouari I, Culioli G, Ortalo-Magné A, Zouari N, Blache Y and Jaoua S (2012) Correlation between synthesis variation of 2-alkylquinolones and the antifungal activity of a Burkholderia cepacia strains collection.

World J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 28:275–281

9- Wafa Jallouli, Samir Jaoua and Nabil Zouari (2012)

Improvement of Photorhabdus temperata strain K122 bioinsecticide production by batch and fed-batch fermentations optimization.



Bioprocess Biosyst. Bioeng. 35(9):1505-1513

10- Wafa Jallouli, Samir Jaoua and Nabil Zouari (2012)

Improvement of Photorhabdus temperata Bioinsecticides Production in Low-Cost Media Through Adequate Fermentation Technology

Biotechnoly Progress 28 (5), 1278-1284

11- Wafa Jallouli, Lobna Abdelkefi-Mesrati, Slim Tounsi, Samir Jaoua and Nabil Zouari (2013)

Potential of Photorhabdus temperata K122 bioinsecticide in protecting wheat flour against Ephestia kuehniella



Journal of Stored Products Research 53, 61-66

12- Karim Ennouri, Saoussen Ben Khedher, Samir JAOUA and Nabil ZOUARI (2013)

Correlation between delta-endotoxin and proteolytic activities produced by Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki growing in an economic production medium.



Biocontrol Science and Technology, 23(7), 756-767

13- Karim Ennouri, Hanen Ben Hassen and Nabil ZOUARI (2013)

Optimization of Bioinsecticides Overproduction by Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. Kurstaki using Linear regression (2013)



Polish Journal of Microbiology, 62(3), 287-293

14- Karim Ennouri, Saoussen Ben Khedher, Hanen Ben Hassen and Nabil ZOUARI (2013)

Concomitant production of delta-endotoxins and proteases of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki in a low-cost medium: effect of medium components



Acta biologica szegediensis, 57(1), 13-19.

15- Saoussen BEN KHEDHER, Samir JAOUA and Nabil ZOUARI (2013)

Application of statistical experimental design for optimisation of bioinsecticides production by sporeless Bacillus thuringiensis strain on cheap medium



Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 44, 927-933

16- Saoussen BEN KHEDHER, Samir JAOUA and Nabil ZOUARI (2014)

Overcome of Carbon Catabolite Repression of Bioinsecticides Production by Sporeless Bacillus thuringiensis through Adequate Fermentation Technology



Biotechnology Research International, Volume 2014, Article ID 698587, 8 pages

17- Nabil ZOUARI and Hayat AL JABIRI (2015)

Improvement by Micro-Aeration of Anaerobic Digestion of Slaughterhouse Wastewater At 38°C

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, (3), 807-816.

18- Karim Ennouri, Hanen Ben Hassen and Nabil ZOUARI (2015)

Statistical Analysis of Cultural Parameters Influencing Delta-Endotoxins and Proteases Productions by Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki,



Arab J. Sci. Eng. DOI 10.1007/s13369-015-1722-x

19- Karim Ennouri, Hanen Ben Hassen and Nabil ZOUARI (2015)

Nutritional Requirements to Improve Delta-Endotoxins Production of Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki Using Mixed Designs Modelling



Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s40011-015-0620-z

20- Lobna Bouchaala, Saoussen Ben Khedher, Héla Mezghanni, Nabil Zouari and Slim Tounsi (2015)

Bayesian network and response surface methodology for prediction and improvement of bacterial metabolite production:

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=7176180

IEEE, SNPD 2015, June 1-3 2015, Takamatsu, Japan



21- Zulfa AlDisi, Samir Jaoua, Dhabia AlThani, Saeed Almeer and Nabil Zouari (2016)

Isolation, Screening and Activity of Hydrocarbon-Degrading Bacteria from Harsh Soils



Proceedings of the Word Congress on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’16), Prague Czech Republic, March 2016, 1-8
OTHER PUBLICATIONS: Before 2011

1- ZOUARI N, ROMETTE J-L and THOMAS D (1987)

Induction et Production de la laccase de Sporotrichum pulverulentum



C.R.Acad.Sc.Paris, t.304, Série III, n° 13.

2- ZOUARI N, ROMETTE J-L and THOMAS D (1987)

Purification and properties of two laccase isoenzymes produced by Botrytis cinerea



Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol., 15, 213-225.

3- ZOUARI N, ROMETTE J-L and THOMAS D (1987)

Continuous-Flow estimation of laccase activity in rotten grape juice by a computerized electrode



J.Chem.Technol.Biotechnol., 40, 195-201.

4- ZOUARI N, ROMETTE J-L and THOMAS D (1988)

A continuous-Flow method for the rapid determination of the sanitary quality of grape must at industrial scales



J.Chem.Technol.Biotechnol, 41, 243-248.

5- JAOUA S, ZOUARI N, TOUNSI S and ELLOUZ R (1993)

Production of bioinsecticides from isolated strains of Bacillus thuringiensis for olive tree disease control.

Proceedings of the second arab conference on Perspectives of modern Biotechnology. Published by Biodynamics, San Diego, Calofornia

6- ZOUARI N, ROMETTE J-L and THOMAS D (1994)

Laccase electrode for the continuous-flow determination of phenolic compounds.



Biotechnol.Tech., 8, 503-508

7- ZOUARI N and ELLOUZ R (1996)

Microbial consortia for the aerobic degradation of aromatic compounds in the olive oil mill effluent



J. Ind. Microbiol., 16, 155-162

8- ZOUARI N and ELLOUZ R (1996)

Toxic effect of coloured olive compounds on the anaerobic digestion of olive oil mill effluent in UASB-like reactors



J.Chem.Technol.Biotechnol., 66, 414-420

9- JAOUA S, ZOUARI N, TOUNSI S and ELLOUZ R (1996)

Study of particular delta-endotoxins produced by three isolated strains of Bacillus thuringiensis



FEMS Microbiol. Lett., 45, 349-354

10- ZOUARI N, ELLOUZ R and JAOUA S (1997)

Purification and immunological characterization of particular delta-endotoxins from three recently isolated strains of Bacillus thuringiensis



Biotechnol. Lett., 19, 825-829

11- ZOUARI N, DHOUIB A, ELLOUZ R and JAOUA S (1998)

Nutritional requirements of a strain of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki and use of gruel, for the formulation of a new medium for delta-endotoxin production



Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol., 69 (1), 41-52

12- ZOUARI N (1998)

Decolourization of olive oil mill effluent by physical and chemical treatment prior to anaerobic digestion



J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 73, 297-303

13- ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (1999)

Production and characterization of metalloproteases synthesized concomitantly with delta-endotoxin by Bacillus thuringiensis grown on gruel-based media.



Enz. Microbial. Technol., 25, 364-371

14- ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (1999)

The effect of complex carbon and nitrogen, salt, Tween-80 and acetate on delta-endotoxin production by a Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki



J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 23, 497-502

15- TOUNSI S, J’MAL A, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (1999)

Cloning and nucleotide sequence of a novel cry1Aa-type gene from Bacillus thuringiensis.



Biotechnol. Lett., 21, 771-775

16- JAOUA S, TOUNSI S, ZOUARI N, ZRIBI R, ABDELKAFI L, KAMOUN F, IBEN AOUN A and DRISS F (2001)

Bacillus thuringiensis: A source of Biomolecules having insecticidal, bactericidal and fungicidal activities

Proceedings of the 1st Eurasian Congress on Molecular Biotechnology ECOMB



17- ZOUARI N, BEN SIK ALI S and JAOUA S (2002)

Production of delta-endotoxins by several Bacillus thuringiensis strains exhibiting various entomocidal activities towards lepidoptera and diptera in gruel and fish-meal media.



Enz. Microbial. Technol. 31, 411-418

18- ZOUARI N, ACHOUR O and JAOUA S (2002)

Production of delta-endotoxin by Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki and overcome of catabolite repression, by using highly concentrated gruel and fish meal media in 2 and 20 liters fermenters.



J Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 77, 877-882

19- TOUNSI S, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2003)

Cloning and study of the expression of a novel cry1Ia-type gène from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki.



J. Appl. Microbiol. 95, 23-28

20- GHRIBI D, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2004)

Improvement of bioinsecticides production through mutagenesis of Bacillus thuringiensis by u.v. and nitrous acid affecting metabolic pathways and/or delta-endotoxin synthesis



J. Appl. Microbiol. 97, 338-346

21- GHRIBI D, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2005)

Improvement of bioinsecticides production through adaptation of Bacillus thuringiensis cells to heat treatment and NaCl addition



J. Appl. Microbiol.98, 823-831

22- DRISS F, KALLASSY-AWAD M, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2005)

Molecular characterization of a novel chitinase from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki.



J. Appl. Microbiol. 99, 945-953

23- TOUNSI S, ZOUARI N, GHRIBI D, J’MAL A and JAOUA S (2006)

Inprovement of Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxins synthesis through acquisition of erythromycin resistance



Biotechnol. Lett. 28, 315-319

24-TOUNSI S, DAMMAK M, ZOUARI N, REBAI A and JAOUA S (2006)

Evidence of the effect of Delta-endotoxin rationin Bacillus thuringiensis crystals on the toxicity against Ephestia kuehniella

Biol. Ctrl.37, 243-246

25- GHRIBI D, ZOUARI N, TRABELSI H and JAOUA S (2007)

Improvement of Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin production and overcome of carbon catabolite repression through adequate control of aeration



Enz. Microbial. Technol. 40 (4), 614-622

26- GHRIBI D, ZOUARI N, TRIGUI W and JAOUA S (2007)

Use of sea water as salts source in starch and soya bean based media, for the production of Bacillus thuringiensis bioinsecticides



Process Biochem. 42, 374-378.

27- F. Driss, A. Baanannou, S. Rouis, I. Masmoudi, N. Zouari and S. JAOUA (2007)

Effect of the chitin binding domain deletion from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki chitinase Chi255 on its stability in Escherichia coli



Mol. Biotechnol. 36, 232-237.

28- W Jallouli, W Hammami, N Zouari, S JAOUA (2008)

Medium optimization for biomass production and morphology variance overcome of Photorhabdus temperata ssp. temperata strain K122



Process Biochem.43, 1338-1344

29- Fakher Kamoun, Nabil Zouari, Imen Saadaoui, and Samir Jaoua (2009)

Improvement of B thuringiensis Bacteriocin Production Through Culture Conditions Optimization



Prep. Biochem. & Biotechnol. 39, 400-412

30- Kilani-Feki O, Khiari O, Culioli G, Ortalo-Magné A, Zouari N, Blache Y, Jaoua S (2010)

Antifungal activities of an endophytic Pseudomonas fluorescens strain Pf1TZ harbouring genes from pyoluteorin and phenazine clusters. Biotechnology Letters 32:1279-1285.



31- Wafa Jallouli, Nabil Zouari and Samir Jaoua (2010)

Involvement of oxidative stress and growth at high cell density in the viable but nonculturable state of Photorhabdus temperata ssp. temperata strain K122



Process Biochemistry, 45, 706-713.

GRANTS: (5 last years)


Grants

Year

Grant Amount

QUST-CAS-FALL-11/12-7: STUDENT GRANT: Evaluation of In-Plant Wastewaters Treatment of Wastewaters from Slaughterhouses in Qatar

2011/2012

(Oct 2011-June 2012)



10,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-11/12-6: STUDENT GRANT: Characterization of Wastewaters from Slaughterhouses in Qatar:

2011/2012

(Oct 2011-June 2012)



10,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-11/12-2: STUDENT GRANT: Treatment by Bioconversion of Poultry Feathers from Slaughterhouses in Qatar

2011/2012

(Oct 2011-June 2012)



10,000 QR

QUSG-CAS-CAS-11/12-1: START-UP Grant: Study and biological treatment of liquid and solid wastes from Qatari slaughterhouses and meat processing

2012/2013

(1st Ap. 2012- 15th March 2013)



10,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-12/13-22: STUDENT GRANT: Isolation and characterization of hydrocarbon degradative endogenous bacterial strains for the degradation of petroleum  hydrocarbon in polluted area in Qatar

2012/2013

(Oct 2012-June 2013)



10,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-12/13-23: STUDENT GRANT: Isolation and Screening of Bacterial Strains Producing Biosurfactants Useful for the Improvement of Microbial Bioremediation of Contaminated Area with Petroluem Hydrocarbons in Qatar

2012/2013

(Oct 2012-June 2013)



10,000 QR

QUUG-CAS-DEM-12/13-6: UNIVERSITY GRANT: Characterization of the hydrocarbon degradative potentialities of the endogenous bacterial strains and application for the degradation of petroleum hydrocarbon in Qatar

2013/2015

(17th Ap. 2013- 16th Ap. 2013)



150,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-13/14-26: STUDENT GRANT Investigation of the nutritional requirements and bioactivities for the production of biomass in Qatar

2013/2014

(Oct 2013-June 2014)



10,000 QR

NPRP No.: 8 – 1929 – 2 – 766: QNRF Grant: Sustainable Bio-modification of Surface Soils to Resist Erosion due to Wind Loading

2015-2018

802,000 US$

QUST-CAS-FALL-15/16-16: STUDENT GRANT: Isolation and evaluation of the uratolytic activity of local bacteria, involved in calcite precipitation

2015-2016

8,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-15/16-17: STUDENT GRANT: Isolation of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria from local polluted soils and evaluation of their activities for bioremediation of hydrocarbons in bio piles

2015-2016

8,000 QR

QUST-CAS-FALL-15/16-15: STUDENT GRANT: Isolation of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria from local Applying Bio stimulation technique for the remediation of crude oil contaminated soils by using bio pile system technology

2015-2016

8,000 QR

NPRP9-318-1-064 : QNRF Grant: Development of a novel polymer-modified graphene oxide nanocomposites for controlling CaSO4 scaling and biofouling on reverse osmosis membrane: Mechanistic study"

2016-2019

708,000 US$

QUST-CSA-SPR-15/16-24: STUDENT GRANT:Isolation and screening of Qatari bacteria for application of bio mineralization and stabilization of Qatari soils

2016

8,000 QR

QUST-CSA-SPR-15/16-23: STUDENT GRANT: Application of hydrocarbon-degrading bacterial consortia for the bioremediation of polluted soils with bio pole technology

2016

8,000 QR

PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/CONGRESS: (5 last years)


Event

Date

Participation

Location

Title

Word Congress on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’16),

March 30 and 31 2016

Oral presentation



Prague, Czech republic

Isolation, Screening and Activity of Hydrocarbon-Degrading Bacteria from Harsh Soils

KAUST Reserach Conference on Computational and Experimental Interfaces of Big data and Biotechnology

January 25-27 2016

Invited Speaker

KAUST, Jeddah, KSA

Diversity of metabolism of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria through adaptation to Qatari oil polluted soils


International Training Workshop on Conservation of Biodiversity and Ecosystem

March 22-24 2014

Invited Speaker

Qatar University

BIOREMEDIATION OF PETROLEUM POLLUTANTS :

Overview of implementation of HYDROCARBON DEGRADING BACTERIA in Qatar



QULSS-Biotechnology: Qatar University Life Sciences Symposium, held in December 2012 in the field of Biotechnology

December 11-12 2013

Invited Speaker

Qatar University

Transfer of technology: needs and mechanisms and Role of IP in Benefiting from University-Industry Partnerships: Incubators and IP


NATIONAL PATENTS

  1. JAOUA S., ZOUARI N., TOUNSI S, BELGHITH N and ELLOUZE R (2000)

Tunisian Patent Appl. N° 17393, INNORPI

Mise au point d’une collection de 75 souches de Bacillus thuringiensis productrices de Bioinsecticides à large spectre d’activités et de bactériocines

Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax


  1. ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2000)

Tunisian Patent Appl. N° 410/00, INNORPI

Mise au point de milieux de culture à base de gruau et de farine de poisson pour la production de bioinsecticides à large spectre d’activités par des souches de Bacillus thuringiensis productrices de Bioinsecticides et de bactériocines

Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax


  1. TOUNSI S, DAMMAK M, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2004)

Tunisian Patent Appl. SN04131, INNORPI

Mise au point d’une nouvelle méthode de co-cristallisation de proteins et particulièrement la delta-endotoxine Cry1IA de Bacillus thuringiensis avec les autres delta-endotoxines qui forment la crystal

Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax


  1. JAOUA S., ZOUARI N., TOUNSI S, ROUIS S, SAADAOUI I, KAMMOUN F, ABDELKEFI L, GRIBI D, BELGHITH N (2004)

Tunisian Patent Appl. SN04263, INNORPI

Isolement et Mise en oeuvre d’une souche de Bacillus thuringiensis productrice d’un nouveau bioinsecticide actif sur les larves d’insectes appartenant à la famille des Lépidoptères

Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax


  1. TOUNSI S, J’MAL A, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2005)

Tunisian Patent Appl. SN05041, INNORPI

Mise au point d’une méthode génétique d’amélioration de la production de bioinsecticides de Bacillus thuringiensis

Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax


  1. GRIBI D, ZOUARI N and JAOUA S (2005)

Tunisian Patent Appl. SN5040, INNORPI

Utilisation de l’eau de mer comme source de sels dans les milieux de production de delta-endotoxines (bioinsecticides) de Bacillus thuringiensis



Assignee: Centre de Biotechnologie de Sfax
AWARDS

  • Best Paper Award of  the Word Congress on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (CSEE’16), March 30 and 31 March 20ch in Prague, Czech republic.

  • National Legion of Merit for Education and Science (4th category) , of the President of Tunisian Republic: January 2004

  • Sfax University Expo: 2004 and 2006 for research and development

  • Sousse International Fare of Sciences: 2008 and 2009 for transfer of technology and start-up creation


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