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Aptamers are short single stranded DNA, dsDNA, or RNA molecules selected by a method called SELEX. Aptamers can bind with high affinity and specificity, attributed to their specific three-dimensional shapes, to a large variety of targets, ranging from small molecules like ions to complex mixtures such as cancer cells.
This presentation talking about Aptamers definition, characteristics, applications, and the most new advances in Aptamers research. In addition to that, this presentation summarizes the successful in establishing the Aptamers technology in Jordan University because of large efforts and fund support from Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research
5/7/200911/30/2013
  
Liposome technology as a part of nanomedicine is one of the most successuful nanoparticles used for drug delivery.
In the presentation, we will explain the basics of liposome formation. also talking about chemotherapeutic and nucleic acid encapsulation in liposome. Finally the most advanced approaches in liposome research and its application in targeting of cancer cells will be discussed
10/15/200911/30/2013
  
Introduction to Intellectual property and Technology Transfer
 
The seminar will contain the following subjects:
 
• Introduction to Intellectual property and Technology Transfer, how to convert academic research results into commercial value.
• Description of the new structure (the main office and the branched offices) and the main aims of constructing such structure, and how will they benefit from it as researchers.
• Finally, a clarification of the services that we as a central office are able to provide for researchers and inventors, and a few examples of what we have we done before.
12/30/20095/23/2013
  
DNA-Sequencing
10/27/20095/23/2013
  
HOW TO REGISTER IN CORDIS (FP7)
FP7 and CORDIS as tool for FP & registration
The Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) bundles all research-related EU initiatives together under a common roof playing a crucial role in reaching the goals of growth, competitiveness and employment; along with a new Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP), Education and Training programmes, and Structural and Cohesion Funds for regional convergence and competitiveness. It is also a key pillar for the European Research Area (ERA).
The broad objectives of FP7 have been grouped into four categories: Cooperation, Ideas, People and Capacities. For each type of objective, there is a specific programme corresponding to the main areas of EU research policy. All specific programmes work together to promote and encourage the creation of European poles of (scientific) excellence
11/5/20095/23/2013
  

A delegation from Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research (HMCSR) / The University of Jordan (UJ) consisting of Prof. Abeer Al Bawab (director of HMCSR), Assist Prof. Dr. Fadwa Odeh (researcher) and 4 young researcher, MS and BS students, by names they were Miss Ayat Bozeya, Miss Fatima Mustafa, Miss Heba Al Hamaty and Miss Aseel Qawasmi visited Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara/Turkey as part of the European funded project “Jordan Conservation of Cultural Heritage in ERA (JOCHERA)

The tour called “Twinning and Joint Research Plans” was held together with the “Training on Solid NMR techniques”.

The tour was divided into 3 parts: a) visit to the Material Conservation laboratory (MCL); b) visit to the Central laboratory (CL) in addition to Chemistry Department; c) training on 300 MHz Bruker NMR instrument equipped with solid probe and practical analysis.

4/4/20131/31/2015
  

Dr. Florent Englemann, Consultant in Biotechnology from IRD Montpellier, France visited Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research and its director Dr. Abeer Bawab, who is also coordinator of the JOCHERA FP7 project. He met with Dr. Rida Shibli, tissue culture and cryopreservation specialist and Vice-Rector of the University of Jordan, as well as Dr. Ayed Abdallat, molecular biologist, and the biotechnology laboratory staff. Hamdi Mango biotechnology laboratory has all the equipment and facilities required to perform the experiments required for the BOT-ERA project and the staff has good experience and expertise of in vitro culture and cryopreservation techniques. In addition, an MoU already exists between the RBG and Hamdi Mango Center, which will facilitate future collaborative work

2/4/20131/31/2014
  
A delegation from Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research (HMCSR) / The University of Jordan (UJ) consisting of Prof. Abeer Al Bawab (director of HMCSR), and Tamara Al Qdah (biotechnology lab supervisor) visited the Royal Botanic Garden (RBG). The visit was for activate the MoU between HMCSR and the RBG, attend the meeting for organizers of the International conference on Socioeconomic Wild Plant Conservation and Use in the Fertile Crescent, to be held in Jordan in April 2014 under the umbrella ofBOT-ERA project, and make a tour at the RBG
4/17/20131/31/2015
  

The Scientific Judging Committee of Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher for the year 2013 has chosen the winners of this Award after the Committee, chaired by Prof. Abeer Al Bawab, the head of the scientific committee of the Award, evaluated the scientific output of the applicants  for the awards from Jordanian universities and scientific institutions.

 

Awards Categories - 2013:

1.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Engineering and Agricultural sciences.

2.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Nursing and Medicinal sciences.

3.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Graduate Students.


The Award Scientific Judging Committee decisions

1-      Engineering and Agricultural Sciences Award:

The Award is divided equally between:

a)   Dr. Mohamad Shatnawi, professor at the Faculty of Agriculture at Balqa Applied University.

b)    Dr. Moh'd Ahmad Al-Nimer, professor at the Faculty of Enginering at the Jordan University of Science and Technology

 

2-      Nursing and Medicinal Sciences Award:
The Award is divided equally between:

a)    Dr. Ayman Hamdan-Mansour, professor at the Faculty of Nursing at The University of Jordan

b)    Dr. Said Ismail, professor at the Faculty of Medicine at The University of Jordan

 

Professors chosen for their distinguished, influential and original published scientific research according to ISI JCR, their participation in editorial boards of scientific journals, their supervision of master and PhD students.

3-      Graduate Student Award:

 

The Award is divided equally between:

a)       Miss Manar Rabba'a, Master in Agriculture. The University of Jordan

b)      Dr. Loai Tawalbeh, PhD in Nursing, The University of Jordan.

 

HMCSR congratulates the winners of the Award and wishes them continued scientific achievement and innovation

 

6/11/20131/31/2015
  

The Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research held a ceremony to hand over Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researchers for the year 2012, in the presence of UJ President, Prof. Ekhleif Tarawneh.

The Award, donated by Mr. Hassan Mango, is granted by the Centre for the third year in recognition of scientific research, and to encourage researchers in various Jordanian universities to contribute to scientific research and motivate them to increase their activities and encourage them to continue to excel.

The Director of the Center, Dr. Abeer Al Bawab said this year’s Award went beyond the walls of the University of Jordan and attracted researchers from various universities, also she added that value of the prize increased to become 13000 Jordanian Dinars per year and expanded to include postgraduate students.

Al Bawab, in her speech at the ceremony, which came within the 3rd Scientific Day of the Center, referred to the emergence of the center and its role in support of scientific research for researchers and postgraduate students, noting that 29 scientific projects were supported resulting in 80 publications.

As for the award winners, the Scientific Category’s award went to Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Al Nemmer from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Science and Technology and Dr. Mohamed Awad Mohamed Shatanawi from the Faculty of Agriculture in Al Balqa Applied University.

The Medical Category’s award went equally to Dr. Said Ibrahim Ismail from the Faculty of Medicine and Dr. Ayman Mohammed Hamdan Mansour from the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Jordan.

With respect to the Graduate Studies Award; it was equally granted to each of Mannar Mohammed Rabbaa (Master’s / Agriculture) and Dr. Louay Isa tawalbeh (PhD /Nursing) from the University of Jordan.

Tarawneh handed over the awards to the winners and congratulated them for their scientific breakthrough, urging them to continue in the way of success and excellence.

Its worth mentioning that the 3rd Scientific Day was attended by UJ Vice-Presidents, Mango family and a number of faculty members and students.

The Scientific Day comprised the display of posters on scientific research fields and lectures identifying scientific research conducted within the Centre.

6/11/20136/20/2013
  

Prof. Abeer Al Bawab the director of HMCSR and Dr. Fadwa Odeh have attended the 44th world chemistry congress held in Istanbul/ Turkey on Augst 11th – 16th, 2013, were they have presented the JOCHERA project. This Global forum which is held once every two years is considered as one of the important international conferences that is interested in all aspects related to the chemistry. Prof. Abeer the coordinator of JOCHERA project and Dr. Fadwa Odeh attended the Chemistry for Cultural Heritage Session, prof. Abeer presented paper about preparation of different dispersions formulation for consolidation of Jordanian basaltic artifacts, and poster about the conservation materials and archaeomerty techniques in Jordan (2000-2012): A review, while Dr. Fadwa presented poster about the EU funded project  "Jordan conservation of cultural heritage in ERA" (JOCHERA).

 

The scientfic program of the congress follows the traditional structure of plenary, keynote, oral and poster presentations. Four Nobel Laurates in chemistry and other distiunguished chemists were plenary and keynote speakers during the congress. The congress was more than just chemists talking to chemists. It encouraged the interactions of chemists with other disciplines.

9/1/20131/31/2015
  
Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research and The Department of Chemistry and  at the University of Jordan (UJ) on Thursday signed an agreement with the Jordan Chamber of Industry (JCI) to collaborate in research and training fields.
 
The agreement was signed by UJ Vice President for Research, Graduate Studies and Quality, Prof. Hala Khyami - Hourani and JCI Secretary General, Nabil Ismail.
 
According to the terms of the agreement, JCI will shall guide student in their projects, especially postgraduate students, and assist them in sighting industrial issues technically wise and search for problem solutions.
 
According to the agreement, JCI shall hold lectures and training programs by industrialists to bring students closer to the industrial reality and the various categories of the chemical industry, whereas the University shall provide facilities, infrastructure such as laboratories, machinery and equipment.
 
"The agreement comes within the university strategic plan for the years (2013-2018) under the slogan (towards a global university),” Khyami said.
 
“The agreement aims at activating the positive relationship with the private sector, particularly the private industrial sector, to ensure the production of knowledge and results with universal value in various specialized fields” she added.
 
Khyami said the university has developed several partnerships with various economic and production institutions, most prominent the “Faculty for Factory” initiative and the business incubators, to provide opportunities for training and development of students within the labor market.
 
In this regard, Khyami indicated that it was agreed to form a joint body to determine the cooperation frameworks in areas of education and scientific research and the introduction of the University facilities, services and infrastructure, metadata and laboratory equipment to the local and international communities.
 
The signing ceremony was attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Science, Prof. Najib Abu Karki, Chairman of the Department of Chemistry, Dr. Jalal Zahara and Director of Hamdi Mango Center, Dr. Abeer Al Bawab, and General Manager of Jordan Chamber of Industry, Dr. Maher Mahrouq, in addition to members of the Chamber.
8/15/20131/31/2015
  

A delegation from Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research (HMCSR) and Water, Energy and Environment Center (WERSC)/ The University of Jordan (UJ) consisting of Ms. Saida Ali Abdallah Abu Mallouh, Ms. Shirin Mashhoor Nayef Hasan, Ms. Sana' M. M. Aqqad, and Dr. Nehaya Kamil Mohammad AlKarablieh visited  Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin/ Germany As part of the European Marie Curie funded project "WATEREUSE-MED"

8/10/20131/31/2015
  
The final conference of JOCHERA - Jordan Conservation of Cultural Heritage in ERA project was held in Amman 3rd of November 2013 at Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research (HMCSR) at the University of Jordan (UJ).
 
Guest speakers included Germana Topolovec (Trade, Economic Affairs & Private  Sector Development – Delegation of the European Union to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan), Nizar Al Adarbeh (Director of European Projects / Ministry of Tourism, Jordan), Dr. Fawwaz Al- Karmi (Higher Council of Science and Technology, Jordan), Dr. Mohammad Al Khalili (Zaqa Hashemite University, Jordan).
 

Presentations available here

11/8/20133/30/2014
  

Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research HMCSR, announces the start of receiving nomination applications for Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher from 1st of February to 1st of March 2014, in the following Categories: .

 

Awards Categories:

1.       Basic Sciences and Information Technology.

2.       Pharmacy, Dentistry and Rehabilitation Sciences.

3.        Graduate Students.

For the regulation and application forms please visit HMCSR website at the link http://centers.ju.edu.jo/en/hmcsr/CenterForms/Forms/All_Forms.aspx

1/30/20143/2/2014
  
Dr. Nehaya Alkarablieh, a research assistant at HMCSR, got a fund with a total of JD 131,000 from the Scientific Research Support Fund (SRF) for her research project The Bacterial Community Shift Associated with Coral Reefs in Gulf of Aqaba". She signed the agreement of the project with Dr. Abdullah AlZu'bi, the Director- General of SRF and Prof Khaled Al-Fawares, The Dean of Academic Research at The University of Jordan, on Monday 10th of February 2014.
 
On same occasion, a total of 12 agreements for research projects were signed. Among which, the University of Jordan got four projects funded with a total budget of JD 342,237. The higher budget was for Dr. Alkarablieh.
 
It's worth mentioning that all proposed projects to SRF were subjected to national and international assessment, so that those research projects with highest importance at the national level and highest quality of scientific research were selected to be funded.
2/13/20141/1/2015
  

The scientific judging committee for HMCSR has announced the 7 projects that will be funded for the year 2014 with a total budget of 36000 JD, the funded projects were distributed as two for researcher from the faculty of science, two for researchers from the faculty of pharmacy, one for researcher from the faculty of medicine, and two for researchers from HMCSR.

 

Dr. Kamal AbdelRahim Sweidan, associate professor at the department of chemistry, got a fund with a total of 5000 JD for his research project "Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation for some PI3Ks Inhibitors- Organic Molecules"

 

Dr. Sharif Arar, lecturer at the department of chemistry, got a fund with a total of 4000 JD for his research project "Preparation of new stationary phases based on new polymeric materials for gas chromatographic separation of isomers"

Dr. Loai Alzghoul, assistant professor at the department of physiology and biochemistry, faculty of medicine, got a fund with a total of 5000 JD for his research project "The Role of sulfur-containing amino acids metabolic cycle and vitamin B12 levels in the pathophysiology of autism"

Dr. Sharif Abdelghany, assistant professor at the department of pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology, got a fund with a total of 6000 JD for his research project "Design of dissolvable polymeric microneedles for dermal delivery of antibiotics"

Dr. Mahmoud Alkawareek, assistant professor at the department of pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology, got a fund with a total of 6000 JD for his research project "Synergistic antibiofilm activity of atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasma and conventional antibacterial agents"  

Dr. Nehaya Alkarablieh, assistant researcher at HMCSR, got a fund with a total of 5000 JD for her research project "Siderophores competition between plant pathogenic bacteria Pseudomonas viridiflava and putative antagonistic bacteria"

Hiba Zalloum, research assistant at HMCSR, got a fund with a total of 5000 JD for her project "Synthesis, characterization and anti-cancer activity of novel amidrazones"

2/19/20141/31/2015
  

Reserchers form Hamdi mango center for scientific research (Prof. Abeer Al Bawab, the director, Dr. Rund Abu Zurayk, Assistant researcher, Dr. Nehaya Al Karablieh, Assistant researcher, and Ayat Bozeya, research assistant), researcher form department of Biology, (Prof. Hala Khyami-Horani), and researcher from department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, (Prof. Talal A. Aburjai), got a fund with a total of (JD 150,000) one hundred and fifty thousand Jordanian Dinars  from the Arab Potash Company  for the collaborative research project "The First Stage of the Proposed study and research for Dead Sea pre-final products modification".

2/19/20141/31/2015
  

Prof. Fouad Mrad, Executive Director of Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) technology center visited HMCSR, during which he looked at the laboratories at the centers. The director of HMCSR, Prof. Abeer Al Bawab, addressed labs at the center and the ongoing research projects. This visit will open the door for future collaboration between HMCSR and the ESCWA Technology centers.

It's worth mentioning that Professor Fouad Mrad, is a Lebanese national, joined the United Nations in December 2009 and is the Executive Director of the ESCWA Technology Centre located in Amman, Jordan.  A passionate supporter and advocate for innovation, Professor Mrad has been a Science Advisor for Stars of Science since 2009 and is a permanent judge on series 3.

2/19/20141/31/2015
  

Dr. Jacques van der Meer, from the department of innovation and competitiveness, European investment bank visited HMCSR, during which he looked at the laboratories at the center. The Director of HMCSR, Prof. Abeer Al Bawab, addressed labs at the center and the ongoing research projects. This visit will open the door for future collaboration between HMCSR and the European investment bank.

Dr. Jacques van der Meer works as deputy economic adviser at the European Investment Bank's project director, where he is in charge of the appraisal of industrial R&D projects. His interest in intellectual capital and R&D dates back from his Ph.D. study (1987), which addressed the key issues for successful R&D- and innovation strategies in the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries. Before joining the EIB in 1991, Jacques van der Meer lectured strategic management at the Rotterdam school of management of the Erasmus University, and the Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Lyon (nowadays EM de Lyon).

The European Investment Bank (EIB) provides long-term finance for capital investment giving concrete expression to the European Union's objectives, especially: regional development; creation of trans-European transport, telecommunications and energy transfer networks; promotion of SMEs; development of health and education infrastructure and services; environmental protection and urban renewal; and security of the Union's energy supply base. The bank also mounts operations outside the Union in the framework of Community development aid and cooperation policies benefiting more than 160 countries around the world. To this end, it raises on the markets substantial volumes of funds which it directs on the most favorable terms towards financing capital projects according with the objectives of the Union.

2/19/20141/31/2015
  

In the frame of the approval of HMCSR as Affiliated Center of the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (June 2013), HMCSR will organize a one day symposium entitled

 "Molecular Markers and Their Applications in Plant Breeding Symposium".

 

The symposium will be held at Hamdi Mango Centre for Scientific Research (HMCSR), Amman, Jordan between March-May, 2015.

 

Researchers who are interested in participation, please send us the title of your presentation before the mid of March 2014

 

HMCSR also ensure local awareness of this event. Further details will be available soon at the center website

2/19/20141/31/2015
  

The U.S. State Department Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Hub for the Middle East and North Africa created the Women in Science Hall of Fame initiative in 2010 to honor outstanding women scientists in the region who serve as role models for the next generation of women scientists.

The U.S. Department of State announced the 2014 honorees for the Women in Science Hall of Fame initiative.  U.S. embassies across the Middle East and North Africa have recognized 11 accomplished scientists this year for their outstanding achievements in the advancement of science and for encouraging young women and girls to pursue education and careers in the fields of science and technology. 

This year (2014) Prof Abeer Al Bawab from University of Jordan is among the eleven women scientists. 

2/23/20141/1/2015
  

Prof. Abeer Al Bawab, the coordinator of JOCHERA Project presented a talk about the project as a Success Story for Jordanian-European Capacity Building Project in the Deserts 2014: Man and the Deserts: Second Int'l Conference. The conference had been held at the Institut français du Proche-Orient, Jabal Amman.

 

In her talk, Prof. Al Bawab highlighted the main activities carried out during the project, how the University of Jordan got benefit from such capacity building collaboration project, and summarized the main scientific results as she gave a brief results from a Master student's thesis that was done under the umbrella of the project.

 

 The Second Multidisciplinary Confe­rence on the Natural and Cultural History of population in the Desert is the only event of its kind in the Middle-East, exclusively for researchers, scientists and sustainable development working in the field of interaction between Man and the Deserts. The Conference provided delegates with an unmissable opportunity to:

  1. Explore a variety of different aspects of interaction between Man and the Deserts
  2. Share best practice
  3. Find out about the latest research

 For more information

http://deserts2013.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/1

3/25/20141/25/2015
  

HMCSR hosted the workshop with the title " Development of an interdisciplinary programme on Climate Change and Sustainability Policy CLIMASP National Workshop" for two days (19-20 March, 2014)

 The workshop was organized under the umbrella of CLIMASP project, this project has been funded with support from the European Commission Tempus Programme. The focus of the interdisciplinary CLIMASP program is to address the issue of climate change and sustainability policy from an environmental, social, economic, cultural and political perspective, with regional reference.

The participants, studied academic plans and programs offered by scientific and research institutions and the possibility of supplying them with academic courses and disciplines related to climate changes that are the most in tune with the current needs of the labor market.

The program’s Coordinator, Dr. Ahmed Al-Salaimeh, mentioned that this program gives students the opportunity to obtain a diploma in climate change and sustainability policy in addition to the bachelor's degree granted to him/her within their specialty.

3/25/20141/25/2015
  

Prof. Abeer Al Bawab attended the “International training workshop in conservation and management of stone buildings” which was held in Zarqa from 6th to 10th  of April 2014. Project promotional material, brochures & flyers, were distributed during the five days event.

During workshop, Prof. Abeer Al Bawab presented two lectures:

·         JOCHERA project as a Success Story for Jordanian-European Capacity Building Project.

·          Preparation of Different Dispersions Formulation for Consolidation of Jordanian Basaltic Artifacts

4/22/20144/22/2015
  

A delegation from HMCSR participated in the "International Conference on the Conservation and Use of Socio-Economically Important Wild Plants in the Fertile Crescent" that was held in Amman from 8th to 9th of April 2014.

As part of the FP7-funded BOT-ERA Project, the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan organized the International Conference on the Conservation and Use of Socio-Economically Important Wild Plants in the Fertile Crescent on April 8th and 9th 2014.

The Conference was opened under the patronage of HRH Princess Basma bint Ali who decided to create the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan to preserve native plants and ecosystems, and promote biodiversity research and environmental learning.

The first day was held in the Landmark Hotel in Amman. The second day was an excursion to the Royal Botanic Garden in Tell Ar-Rumman, approximately 25 km north of Amman.

Speakers included experts from the Royal Botanic Garden of Jordan, NCARE, Royal Botanic Gardens – Kew, University of Birmingham, Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), Bioversity International, ICARDA and the European Commission

For more information

http://boterajordan.org/socioeconomic-wild-plant-conservation-conference/

4/22/20144/22/2015
  

Researcher from HMCSR attended the “First conference on Cancer Biobanking” that was held in Amman from 10th to 11th of April 2014.

This conference was the first of its kind in the Middle East titled “Conference on Cancer Biobanking: Establishing the First Cancer Biobank in Jordan,” which was sponsored by the FP7-EU program and considered as an initiative of KHCC with ESBB and WHO support. The conference was  held under the patronage of HRH Princess Ghida Talal at the Le Meridian Hotel, Amman, Jordan on the 10th and 11th of April, 2014

The conference featured plenary lectures delivered by renowned local, regional and international clinicians, researchers and biobankers. Invaluable knowledge was delivered in this conference, and new partnerships were established between biobanks all over the world. A scientific exhibition of pharmaceuticals, medical and clinical equipment/ items related to biobanking and other related products also took place which allowed discussion and exchange of information between relevant delegates and leading industrial companies.

 

For more information

http://www.esbb.org/download/KHCCBIOconference.pdf
4/22/20144/22/2015
  

The Kick off meeting of the project "Bacterial Community Shift Associated with Coral Reefs in Gulf of Aqaba" was held at the University of Jordan / Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research (HMCSR) on 3rd of April 2014, under the patronage of Prof Khaled Al Fawares, The Dean of Academic Research at the University of Jordan.

The two year project is funded by the Scientific Research Support Fund (SRF).

The specific objective of the project is to answer the following questions:

1- What are the effects of human activities on bacterial communities associated with selected species of stony coral in the Gulf of Aqaba?

2- Which bacterial disease(s) are affecting coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba?

3- Which bacterial community structure is associated with coral?, and what is the influence of temperature on abundance of these microbes?

4- Is there any antagonistic bacteria associated with the healthy coral reefs that can suppress disease development?

The project team that participated in the meeting are : The project coordinator, Dr. Nehaya Al-Karablieh from HMCSR, Prof. Dr. Musa Abu-Zarqa form Department of Chemistry / The University of Jordan, Prof. Dr. Fuad Al-Horani and Dr. Mamoon Al-Rshaidat from Faculty of Marine science/The University of Jordan -Aqaba branch. 

This initiative aims to strengthen the capacity of Hamdi Mango Center for Scientific Research to be a national central laboratory, and to reinforce the cooperation between researchers at HMCSR and researchers from other research institutes, and to introduce the center to local research funding agencies. 

4/22/20144/22/2015
  
 


 

6/11/20146/20/2014
  

The Scientific Judging Committee of Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher for the year 2014 has chosen the winners of this Award after the Committee, chaired by Prof. Mohammad W. Batsh, the head of the scientific committee of the Award, evaluated the scientific output of the applicants for the awards from Jordanian universities and scientific institutions.

 

Awards Categories - 2014:

1.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Basic Sciences and Information Technology.

2.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Pharmacy, Dentistry and Rehabilitation Sciences.

3.       Ali Mango Award for Distinguished Researcher in Jordan for Graduate Students.


The Award Scientific Judging Committee decisions

1-      Basic Sciences and Information Technology Award:

The Award is divided equally between:

a)   Dr. Fuad Kittaneh, professor at the Faculty of Science at The University of Jordan.

b)    Dr. Omar Khabour, professor at the Faculty of Science at Jordan University of Science and Technology

 

2-      Pharmacy, Dentistry and Rehabilitation Sciences Award:
The Award is divided equally between:

a)    Dr. Yasser Bustanji, professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy at The University of Jordan

b)    Dr. Kareem Alzoubi, professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Science and Technology 

Professors chosen for their distinguished, influential and original published scientific research according to ISI JCR, their participation in editorial boards of scientific journals, their supervision of master and PhD students.

3-      Graduate Student Award:

 

The Award is divided equally between:

a)       Dr. Hiba Al-Sayyed, PhD in Agriculture. The University of Jordan

b)      Miss. Latefa Dardas, Master in Nursing, The University of Jordan.

 

HMCSR congratulates the winners of the Award and wishes them continued scientific achievement and innovation

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