Doctor BOUBEKEUR Racha obtained her scientific baccalaureate in 2006, and joined the Houari Boumédienne University of Science and Technology in Algeria, where she obtained her bachelor's degree in Parasitology, Myclogy and Health, followed in 2011 by a Master's degree in Parasitology, Biology, Ecology and Environment, having studied food-borne parasitosis. In 2012, she joined the Medical Parasitology and Mycology Laboratory at the Army Central Hospital, where she worked in the Mycology Unit and the Molecular Biology Unit, participating in the diagnosis and development of new techniques using molecular biology tools, and taking part in a number of scientific projects. In 2016, she published the first molecular characterization of Candida africana in Algeria, followed by several publications in the field of Parasitology and Mycology. In 2017, she joined the University of Bejaia Abderahmane Mira in Algeria, where she worked in the Applied Zoology Laboratory on her doctoral thesis, entitled biological and parasitological study of Mugilidae from the Gulf of Bejaia. After a number of publications, she obtained her doctorate in 2022, and joined the Parsitology-Mycology Laboratory at the Army Central Hospital.