Teaching

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Teaching portfolio

A. Lecture for international students

1. Visiting Lecturer, “Microbial Enzymes”, for graduate students at Prince University of Songkla (PSU) in Thailand, 2013.

2. Invited Lecturer, “The application of molecular techniques in broodstock management”, Regional Training Course on “Broodstock Management in Aquaculture”, organized by UNU-FTP, NACA, Nha Trang University, Deakin University, DPI Victoria Australia, 2013.

3. Invited Lecturer, “Environmental Microbiology” (3 credits), Exchange Program for Czech students at Nha Trang University, 2011, 2013.

B. Lecture for Vietnamese students/learners

1. “Modern Microbial Technology” (2 credits), for postgraduate students, 2013/2014 (Class SH13), 2014/2015 (Class SH14-1, SH14-2), 2015/2016 (Class SH15)

2. “Molecular Biology of Cell” (2 credits), for postgraduate students, 2013/2014 (Class SH13), 2014/2015 (Class SH14-1, SH14-2), 2015/2016 (Class SH15)

3. “Probiotics Technology for Food Production and Aquaculture” (2 credits), for postgraduate students, 2013/2014 (Class SH13), 2015/2016 (Class SH14-1, SH14-2)

4. “Molecular Biology” (3 credits), for undergraduate students, 2009/2010 (Class 50CNSH), 2010/2011 (Class 51CNSH), 2011/2012 (Class 52CNSH), 2012/2013 (53CNSH), 2014/2015 (54CNSH)

5. “Genetic engineering” (3 credits), for undergraduate students, 2009/2010 (Class 50CNSH), 2010/2011 (Class 51CNSH)

6. “Environmental Biotechnology”, (2-3 credits), for undergraduate students, 2009/2010 (Class 48CNSH), 2010/2011 (Class 49CNSH), 2011/2012 (Class 50CNSH), 2012/2013 (Class 51CNSH, Class 52CNSH)

7. “Food and Environmental Microbiology”, (2 credits), for undergraduate students, 2011/2012 (Class 52CNMT), 2012/2013 (Class 53CNMT1, Class 53CNMT2), 2014/2015 (Class 54CNMT, 55C.CNMT), 2015/2016 (Class 56C.CNMT)

8. “Probiotics Technology”, (2 credits), for undergraduate students, 2013/2014 (Class 53CNSH), 2015/2016 (Class 54CNSH, 55C.SH)

9. “Molecular techniques for disease diagnostics in aquaculture”, Training course “Molecular Diagnostics for aquatic animal diseases”, for young researchers and local leader assistants, organized by the Department of Animal Health, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, 2010, 2011, 2012.

Student supervision

1. B.Sc degrees: >30

2. PhD/M.Sc students: >10

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