Khaliun Badrakh

  • Role in Center:

    Junior Researcher

  • Discipline:

    Environmental Science and Biotechnology

  • University:

    National University of Mongolia

  • Country:


Biography: Khaliun Badrakh graduated from the National University of Mongolia as a Biotechnologist in 2006. She started her career as plant Biotechnologist at the Plant Protection Research Institute, Zaisan Ulaanbaatar, and specialised in in-vitro plant propagation. From 2017 to 2018, she worked as an innovation and marketing manager at the Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. From 2018 to 2020, she worked as a microbiologist in a private company in the pharmaceutical industry.
During the summer of 2020, she worked with a team at the Institute of Geography and Geo-ecology in Ulaanbaatar on the project “Drinking water analysis in Ulaanbaatar city.” She analysed microbiological parameters on 800 samples from chosen water sources in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Research Topic: Water Quality Research in Ulaanbaatar City

Selected Publications:

  • Badrakh, Kh./Batsukh, B. (2016): ‘Callus induction of Haplophyllum dauricum’, Journal of Plant Protection, 1, 60-62

  • Badrakh, Kh./Batsukh, B. (2017): ‘In vitro study of Allium altaicum’, Journal of Ulaanbaatar University, 12 (11), pp. 8-15

  • Badrakh, Kh.  (2017): “Study on student adaptation”, Journal of Mongolian State University of Agriculture, 2

Areas of Expertise:

  • Biotechnology
  • Water Quality
  • Water Pollution
  • Smart City
  • Environmental Science

Current Position(s):

Doctoral Student at the National University of Mongolia

Prizes & Awards:

  • Best young researcher-2017, Mongolian Young Scientist Association, 2017
  • “Honorary certificate”, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, 2011
  • Best young research worker, Plant Protection Research Institute, 2009
  • Special prize in German Olympiad, Embassy of Germany, Ulaanbaatar Mongolia

Memberships & Networks:

  • Board member of Biology and Agricultural Young Scientist Association, Mongolian Young Scientist Association