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Country of Citizenship: United States

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Job Title: Health Scientist Administrator NIDCD - DE

Department: Department of Health and Human Services

Agency: National Institutes of Health

Job Announcement Number: NIH-NIDCD-DE-16-1607471



Core Competencies

International Academia, Pharmaceutical Sciences/Industry, Clinical Research, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, Project Management, Team Leadership, National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke (NINDS), National Children s Study (NCS), American Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), American Congress of Gynecologists (ACOG), Participant Screening/Scheduling, Patient Interface, Clinical Trials Data Base System (CTDB), Clinical Research Information System (CRIS), Clinical Trial Survey System (CTSS), Protocols, Records Development/Management, Research Abstract Authorship, Seminar Leadership, Conferences/Symposia/Webinars Participation, Medical School Curricula/Academic Requirements/Policies/Priorities/Strategies Development, Inter-Academic Institution Personnel Collaboration, Teaching/Training


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Bilingual in English, Arabic, French


Professional Experience


April 2014 - Present

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

Bethesda, MD

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Visiting Professor, Clinical Researcher & Clinical Research Collaborator


Effectively work with clinical research team on endometriosis protocol CH-120083, a collaborative three-year clinical study on the effect of Botox on myofascial as well as pelvic pain conducted at NIH Clinical Center by the NICHD, The National Institute of Neurological Disorder

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and Stroke (NINDS) and Allergan Pharmaceuticals. Carefully screen study participants, coordinate visits/follow-up and monitor protocol forms/data within Clinical Trials database (CTBD), Clinical Research Information System (CRIS) and Clinical Trial Survey System (CTSS) to provide Quality Assurance (QA) for research data; perform any necessary protocol amendments and assure crucial regulatory support for trials.


Interact with NICHD, NINDS and NIH personnel to ensure that informed consent forms (ICFs) align with all regulations concerning drug research on human subjects and are implemented properly; track study enrollees to assure that all required visits/procedures are performed according to protocol parameters. Also assure proper accomplishment of scientific review and auditing activities and consistently work closely with staff involved in protocol navigation and preparing documents for QA activities. Oversee trial documentation and diligently maintain up-to-date Regulatory Binder containing investigator qualification documentation, participant source documentation, case report forms, trial logs and clinical investigation reports. Work with principal investigator to coordinate/schedule monitoring and auditing activities of various regulatory entities; also participate in weekly study staff meetings to maintain currency on related research issues.


As member of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), applied with Supervisor for 2014 Grant entitled Exploring the Relationship between Chronic Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis: A Focused Study to Elucidate Neural, Angiogenic and Immune Pathways, to study the pathophysiology of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis.


Due to recognition by George Washington University/Milken Institute School of Public Health and Medical School as a subject matter expert, was invited to lead a seminar on the environmental effect of endocrine disruptors on fertility, i.e. The Role of Environmental Trace Minerals on Female and Male Infertility.


Proficiently developed three research proposals during November 2014 for NCS research in NICHD, authored four clinical research abstracts and submitted the selected two to the annual conference of American Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) in 2015 and The American Congress of Obstetrician and Gynecologists (ACOG) in 2016. Following are titles of research abstracts: 1. Follicular fluid steroid hormone levels on the day of ovum pick-up in infertile women differed based on the etiology of their infertility and correlated with IVF outcome. 2. The environmental trace element effect on infertile women admitted to IVF program in relation to IVF outcome. 3. Comparison of a gynecologic and psychiatric assessment of pain associated with endometriosis. 4. Comparison of pain evaluation and PROMIS outcome in patients with chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis.


Additional work performance includes analyzing clinical data regarding the effect of environmental pollution exposure on fertility/In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) relative to IVF outcome; also study effects of endocrine disruptors in male/female infertility. Performed clinical research with NICHD Epidemiology Department related to previous clinical data in December 2015; anticipate near-term beginning of research collaboration with NIH Laboratory Medicine Department Head.


Actively participate in weekly meetings involving research in progress, discussions on most recent publications on Reproductive Endocrinology and Assisted Reproductive Techniques (IVF-ART), and patient care conferences covering research in endocrinology and metabolism.

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Assure attendance at weekly lectures concerning the Program in Reproductive and Adult Endocrinology (PRAE) and weekly departmental meetings on Primary Ovarian Insufficiency research including strategizing on new studies; also attend monthly meetings covering multiple topics including clinical research publication and research in in-vitro fertilization as well as array of NIH conferences, symposia, grand rounds and webinars.



April 2013 April 2014

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

Bethesda, MD

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Visiting Fellow from Institute of International Education (IIE) to NIH



July 2011 April 2013

Institute of International Education/Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE/SRF)

Washington, DC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Sarah Willcox Phone: 00 xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: N/A


Visiting Professor Fellow, Scholar Rescue Fund Program Scholar


IIE/SRF is a New York-based organization that interfaces with members of the United Nations, providing grants/awards/fellowships to professors from an international group of individuals to access accredited educational/research institutions; knowledge gained concerning research and academic developments is then contributed to local communities. As scholar, was active participant in and implementer of process at multiple Middle East institutions.



February 2009 June 2011

Arab Academy for Research and Studies

School of Medical and Health Sciences

Ahlia University, Manama, Bahrain

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A




Held consultative/team membership roles toward establishing new medical and paramedic schools in the Arabian Gulf; participated in developing academic requirements, curriculum and various management-related issues. Skillfully conducted clinical/academic coursework, served as medical/health science school faculty representative on university council and was member

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of university, school and department councils. Taught courses on seven subjects annually, which included instructing 80-100 students for each subject each semester.


Spearheaded development/implementation of strategies/priorities/policies as well as academic programs for School, was advocate for clinical research and training policies/programs and developed collaborative relationships with other medical/academic organizations to facilitate faculty/student research. Successfully assisted School in enhancing research portfolios/activities/conferences, worked to implement activities with international medical/pharmaceutical organizations and developed policies and plans concerning student research projects.


As Chair of the Medical & Paramedical School program oversaw activities of the curriculum revision committee; also served as student Counselor and Advisor, providing academic, research and clinical experience in support of developing health care professionals who utilize highest levels of critical thinking, decision-making and ethical behaviors while performing crucial functions in research and the academic pursuits. Also served as Advisory Committee Counselor for student scientific/social activities, was member of library and examination committees, supervised student research projects for final-year undergraduate students, and organized, directed and lectured at the Swine Flu committee conference.


In 2010, was selected as only professor from University to evaluate final projects of medical students in School of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in order to select winner.


September 2003 June 2009

School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences

Petra University

Amman, Jordan

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Associate Professor


During tenure led pharmaceutical, medical and clinical coursework; also instructed approximately 720 students each semester over eight academic years (180 students per accredited course X four courses each year for two semesters). Taught 150 students per accredited course annually on nutrition within School of Pharmacy and Medical Science, taught First Aid for all university students (approximately 7,000), was member of the university scientific, cultural, scientific and social activities committees, and held responsibilities as a part-time external/Associate Professor at the Jordanian University of Higher Technology/School of Medicine.


In 2007 received offer from Abu Dhabi Health Authority to serve as Regulation Officer for Vaccines & Biological Drug Products, as well as Executive Assistant Director of the Authority.



June 2003 October 2003

University of Manchester

School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences/UK

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Manchester, UK

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Visiting Professor and Senior Lecturer


Was selected by University of Manchester to serve in liaison role between the UK and the Middle East in field of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Diabetes; successfully initiated clinical research program between University and international students.



July 1988 July 2003

School of Medicine

Al-Nahrain University

Baghdad, Iraq

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Tenured Associate Professor (1998-2003)

Tenured Assistant Professor (1993-1998)

Tenured Senior Lecturer (1990-1993)

Academic and Clinical Instructor / Clinical Research Assistant (1988-1990)


In these multiple roles taught 50 exceptional and high-ranking, gifted medical students who had been selected after rigorous competitive examinations and interviews to study at the School of Medicine. Provided exceptional instruction for undergraduate/post-graduate students within the Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine including medical/pharmacy/medical engineering/biomedical undergraduate students, Arabic board medical and OB/GYN students, and dental/pharmacy post-graduate students. Presented courses in Diagnostic Laboratory Medicine, Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility and Diabetes, and served as a mentor to new clinical/laboratory instructors. Over nine-year period skillfully taught total of 20 post-graduate students, working closely with one to two students annually.


Collaborated with School of Medicine faculty members to establish University Medical Research Center; work was focused on clinical research in oncology and tumor markers, studying cytohistochemistry and chemical pathology of head/neck cancers. Research was successful in identifying new tumor marker for cancer of larynx and head/neck cancers, resulting in patent registration in 1994. As Pharmacist in charge, directed medical team in formulating new anti-cancer drug for treating head/neck cancers; also was clinical laboratory consultant for University/School of Medicine laboratories, supervised Master of Science students in all aspects of Laboratory Medicine and was the academic/scientific advisor and counselor for School of Medicine students; during M.Sc. clinical research activities concerning tumor markers, work was selected for patent in clinical science and published in Sweden in 1997.


Contributed, as Editor and Writer, to a science magazine called The Science, served as Chair of the School of Medicine organizing committee and led a broad array of scientific/social

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committees at the University and School of Medicine, including serving as Event Planner and coordinating the School of Medicine Graduation Ceremony.



January 2002 July 2003

The National Diabetes and Endocrine Center

Al-Mustansiria University

School of Medicine

Baghdad, Iraq

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Assistant Manager / Consultant Supervisor / Endocrine Laboratory Chief


In this concurrent, part-time assignment, collaborated with Center Director in applying latest laboratory equipment and techniques toward providing excellent health care for patients.



September 1998 July 2003

El-Elwia Fertility Hospital (IVF Center)

El-Samarae Fertility Hospital (IVF Center)

Baghdad, Iraq

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Fertility Specialist


Additionally served in this concurrent role utilizing skills in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and all fertility-related laboratory procedures.



September 1987 September 1989

Kadimiah Teaching Hospital


Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Rotation Residency Junior Pharmacist


For this second-largest teaching hospital in Iraq, with 650+ beds and involvement in all medical specialties, was appointed as first Clinical Pharmacist to practice clinical pharmacy; served as Chair of Clinical Pharmacy Department with comprehensive responsibilities for training/supervising fifth-year pharmacy students. Was instrumental in establishing first Infertility Unit, working collaboratively with Hospital gynecologists; also in 1988 established and was Director of First National AIDS Laboratory Center in Iraq. Additional responsibilities/roles included Laboratory Pharmacist focusing on clinical biochemistry, laboratory medicine,

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hematology, virology and RadioImmuno assay (RIA) laboratories, serving as an Industrial Pharmacist studying the Samarra Drug industry as a residency requirement, and instructing on Laboratory Medicine for second- and fifth-year School of Medicine undergraduate students.





Private Pharmaceutical/Medical Affiliations



Month 2010 Month 2010

Taha & Partners Group Company

Middle East / USA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A




In this joint venture between personally-owned medical organization and Taha Group, focused on growing/promoting organizations, with 300+ personnel, to international medical and pharmaceutical companies in the Middle East and Arabian Gulf. Placed strong emphasis on providing flexible response to market conditions while interfacing with governments, including U.N. member nations, as well as private sector entities; offered crucial perspective, focused vision, consultative advisement and multiple post-sale services and support while developing business growth strategies and developing international partnerships.



Month 2005 Month 2005

Farouk Systems/CHI Professionals

Houston, TX / Amman, Jordan

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Regional Office Director


Selected to set-up/manage Middle East Regional Office in Jordan of America-based international manufacturer of hair and spa cosmetic products; steered meetings, recruited staff of sales representatives, administrative officers and Information Technology personnel, established network of beauty salons in Amman and provided staff training on company products. Successfully worked with Ministries of Health and Trading to assure successful compliance with all regulatory requirements including licensing, registration, QA, sales/marketing and any other relevant legal issues.


Drove interaction/communication with Class A professional beauty salons, whole markets, drugstores, dermatologists, advertising media and IT personnel to assure highest levels of professional presentation for products. Developed successful working relationships with distributors in Lebanon, Syria, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the Arabian Gulf

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countries; also arranged for owners of some beauty salons to receive training at Farouk Academy in Houston.


During Winter 2005, skillfully developed and facilitated successful beauty conference/exhibition that included catwalk programs and on-site professional hair coloring/styling; in May 2006 received patronage of Her Majesty, Queen Rania Al-Abdulla in support of launch/grand opening of Middle East Farouk Systems in the Dead Sea.



Month 1999 Month 1999

Al-Baraka Pharmaceutical and Medical Company / Drug Scientific Bureau

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A - Owner Phone: N/A May Contact




Led organization in dealing with the international pharmaceutical/medical industry; successfully interfaced with and met all regulatory requirements of the Ministries of Health, Industry and Trading, the Samaraa Drug Industry, the State Company for Marketing Medicine/Medical Appliances and the State Company for Manufacturing Medicines. Proficiently managed multiple responsibilities for receiving, handling tenders, making offers, performing contract follow-up to assure contractual fulfillment, and assuring meeting of government and private sector requirements.


Skillfully administered all scientific-related issues including ensuring proper licensing and registration, complying with all legal issues and acquiring highest-quality medicines, medical products, raw pharmaceuticals and equipment; worked with international suppliers and had partners in Canada, the UK and the United States. Adroitly assessed market pre-sale/post-marketing in selecting new required medications. Managed organizational staff and medical representative personnel and designed/facilitated all scientific, clinical and professional seminars/events at a national level, with a focus on growing business and developing international partnerships.



Month 1992 Month 1992

Private Pharmacies

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A - Owner Phone: N/A May Contact




Oversaw all operational aspects for three pharmaceutical store units; collaborated with Ministry of Health, private medical/pharmaceutical stores and local distributors and continually ensured that each unit had a full, professional staff including pharmacy technicians and sales personnel.

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School of Medicine, Al-Nahrain University, Baghdad, Iraq

Ph.D. , Diagnostic Laboratory Medicine, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI), 2001


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A

With Honors


School of Medicine, Al-Nahrain University, Baghdad, Iraq

M.Sc. , Diagnostic Laboratory Medicine, Cyto-HistoChemical Pathology, Clinical Pathology Oncology, 1995


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A

With Honors


School of Medicine, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq

Post-Graduate Higher Diploma in Diagnostic Laboratory Medicine (PGD.DLM) M.Sc. Equivalent, 1990


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A


School of Medicine, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq

Post-Graduate Higher Diploma in Hospital Management and Health Care Administration M.Sc. Equivalent, 1990


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A


School of Pharmacy, Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq

B.Sc., Pharmacy, 1987


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A




Professional Development/Training


NIH conferences, symposiums, seminars and lectures

Local, regional, international scientific and social conferences in medicine, pharmaceutical, clinical, Reproductive Endocrinology, Endocrinology, Biochemical, Histo-pathological and oncology fields

ESHRE, ASRM, MEFS, IDF, EMAME and Pan Arab Congresses for Endocrinology and Infertility, Gynecology and Diabetes conferences



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NIH Training:


Laboratory Safety at NIH Refreshment Course (June 2015)

FY2014 Records Management (April 2015)

Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research (October 2014 - April 2015)

Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR) (October 2014 March 2015)

Endnote; Managing Your Search Results (February 2015)

Pub Med, Power Searching for Researchers (January 2015)

Endnote Web: Using Endnote From Anywhere Course. (November 2014)

HHS Disability Cultural Awareness Training (November 2014)

Using Pub Med Course (October 2014)

NIH Library Training and Orientation (September 2014)

Pub Med. Understanding the Basics (September 2014)

HHS Section 508 Training-Phase (June 2014)

NIH iProcurement for External Training: Requestor and Approver (508 Version) (June 2014)

NIH Computer Security Awareness

Privacy Awareness

Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research

Introduction to Laboratory Safety

Technology Transfer Online Training

New Employee Ethics Orientation

Equal Employment Opportunity Course

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for Federal Employees

No Fear Act Training

NEMS Awareness Training (Environmental)

Protection for Human Research Subjects

Clinical Research Training for Principal Investigators

Universal Precautions

Health Insurance portability and Accountability Act course (HIPPA) and Freedom of Information Act Course (FOIA)

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Course (CITI)

Protecting Human Subjects Training

Introduction to Clinical Research Information System Training (CRIS)

Clinical Pharmacology



NIH Clinical Center-Specific Training:


Emergency Procedures for the Hospital

Fire Safety Training

Standard /Universal Precautions

Patient Confidentiality and Privacy

Preventing Tuberculosis in the Workplace


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Research Areas of Particular Interest:


Infertility Environmental Effect on Reproduction

Environmental Effect on Reproduction

Epidemiological Studies Related to Infertility and Environmental Health

Reproductive Endocrinology (Female and Male)

Women & Men Health & Fertility

Human Placenta Clinical Research Fields

Prenatal and Children Clinical Research

Environmental Effect on Neonates and Children

Global & Environmental Health

Fertility Preservation & Protection

Sexuality (Sexual Health & Medicine)

Laboratory Medicine

Nutrition & Infertility

Preconception Research and Women and Children Health

Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Alternative Therapy or Complementary Medicine in Infertility


Endocrinology & Diabetes

Neuro-Endocrine Diseases






Conferences, Symposia, Workshops, Seminars, Lectures and Webinars within NIH & Walter Reed Military Medical Center




NICHD Scientific Retreat for Investigators 2015, Division of Intramural Research (June 2015)

10th Annual NIH Pain Consortium Symposium (May 2015)

The Human Placenta Project: Placental Structure and Function in Real Time (April 2015)

2015 National Institutes of Health Annual Social Work Conference (Sexuality and Health) (March 2015)

Neural Predictors of Health Behavior Change (January 2015)

Women Working in Federal Government Health Care Symposium (October 2014)

NIH Research Festival, The Brain Era (September 2014)

Hot Topics in Global Health Conference (September 2014)

A Celebration of Life in NIH Research (September 2014)

Wellness and Fitness Conference Day (August 2014)

Sex Differences and Implication for Translational Neuroscience Research

Pain Management with Chronic Disease

9th Annual Pain Consortium Symposium: Advances in Pain Research

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Clinical Symposia:


Neural Predictors of Health Behavior Change (January 2015)

Panel Discussion: Social Inequalities in Health and Social Sciences Research (May 2015)

Meet the Faces of Clinical Research: Beyond Inclusion. The NIH office of Research on Women s Health National Women s Health Symposium (May 2015)

History of Medicine Lecture for World AIDS Day (Surviving and Thriving): Making and Exhibit (December 2014)

Improving Health & Quality of Life of Individuals with Multiple Chronic Conditions (December 2014).

Perambulations Through Global Health With an Emphasis on Vision (December 2014)

11th Annual Interdisciplinary Women s Health Research Symposium (November 2014)

Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Medicine Today and Tomorrow (November 2014)

Interdisciplinary Women's Health Research Symposium: Sex Differences. Methodology and Reporting (November 2014)

Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research (October 2014)

Ethics Grand Rounds (October 2014)

Childhood and Adolescent Nutrition and Growth Drive Breast Cancer Risk: Untapped Opportunities for Prevention (October 2014)

Ebola Virus Disease Information (October 2014)

Except, Employ, Empower (About Management) (October 2014)

Hot Topics in Global Health (September 2014)

NIH Suicide Prevention Awareness Event (September 2014)

Clinical Research and Human Subject Protection (September 2014)

Discrimination and Bias in the Grant Review Process: Problems and Challenges (September 2014)

Third Annual NIH Safety, Health and Wellness Day (August 2014)

Mindfulness and awareness Symposium (May 2014)

First Annual NIH Roy Hertz Memorial Research Symposium (May 2013)

The Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women s Health (BIRCWH) Program





NICHD Advanced Business Writing Workshop (January 2016)

FAPAC Leadership Training workshop - Communicating for Success (September 2015)

Communication Strategies for Difficult Conversations (January 2015)

The Role of Opiates in Treatment of Chronic Pain (September 2014)




Lectures and Webinars:


Active Shooter Training (August 2015)

Why Leaders East Last: Inspiring Trust and Loyalty in Organization (DDM Seminar Series) (June 2015)

Arts and Science: Live, Work and Science Communication Skills (May 2015)

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Epidemiologic, Neuroimaging, and Genomic Research into Chronic Neurotoxic Encephalopathy from the 1991 Persian Gulf War (April 2015)

Contemporary Clinical Medicine; Great Teachers

New FDA regulations for IVF laboratories that will affect data collection for ART related clinical studies (April 2015)

Bullying: What every family needs to Know (April 2015)

Transnationalism, Networks and Culture: Implications for Health and Behavior a Multilevel Framework Exploring the Relationship Between Transnationalism, Culture and Health (April 2015)

Attending a Conversation with Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to the President Obama, covering topics from minority health, health disparities, precision medicine, and the President s priorities, a part of NIH s National Minority Health Month commemoration (April 2015)

Developing Drugs for Obesity: Of Humans and Mice (January 2015)

Why an Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away (January 2015)

When Experts Disagree: The Art of Medical Decision-Making (January 2015)

NICCH chat on Weight Control and Complementary Health (January 2015)

Research Directions for Solving the Obesity Epidemic in High-Risk Population (December 2014)

Wellness Lecture Series

Cultivating Mindfulness in Holidays (December 2014)

Soul Food Junkies (December 2014)

Now and Later; the Problem of Self-Control (September 2014)



Non-NIH Summit:


United Nations

IIE-SRF Summit on Protecting Threatened Scholars: Collective Action during Repression, Crisis and Conflict (October 2014)




International Conferences:


The 68th Annual Conference of the American Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Orlando, FL, USA (October 2012)

Member, Attendee


DALM International Symposium (Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism)

Diabetes, Obesity, and the Metabolic Syndrome

Doha, Qatar (March 2011)


The First QAAET Conference: Quality Education and Training

Manama, Bahrain (2011)


The 66th Annual conference of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)

Denver, CO, USA (October 2010)

Member, Attendee

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Life after Stroke Day, Stroke Day Exhibition; Organized by Bahraini Physiotherapist Association

Manama, Bahrain (December 2010)


Two research posters represented:

Psychological aspect of Stroke disabilities

Cope with the Stroke.


Stroke Day Exhibition

Manama, Bahrain (October 2010)


Hypertension conference in Bahrain Specialist Hospital

Manama, Bahrain (September 2010)


The 4th I GCC International Physical Therapy Conference

Manama, Bahrain (April 2009


The 5th Dubai International Conference for Medical Sciences

Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoon International Award for Medical Sciences

Dubai, UAE (December 2008)

Special prestigious invitation as an honored scientist


The 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), Lyon, France (July)

Member, Attendee


The 2nd Dubai International conference for Medical Sciences

Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoon International Award for Medical Sciences

Dubai, UAE (October 2002)



Clinical Biochemical study of Serum and follicular fluid Trace elements in infertile couples admitted to IVF program.


The 4th Eastern Mediterranean Association of Medical Editors Conference (EMAME)

Manama, Bahrain (November 2008)


Author, Researcher, Editor in Petra Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Sciences


The 13th Annual meeting for the Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS)

Aqaba, Jordan (November 2006)



The 18th International Diabetes Federation (IDF)

Paris, France (August 2003)


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The 4thPan Arab congress on Endocrinology & Diabetes

Tunis, Tunisia (October 2002)

Oral Presentation

Use of Zinc Sulphate as a Replacement Therapy in the treatment of Diabetic Neuropathy.

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The 7th International Conference on Chemistry & its Role in Development (ICCRD)

Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt (April 2003)

Done by the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Mansora

Oral Presentation


The Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS)

Amman, Jordan (February 2003)



The 6th Lebanese Society of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Lipids

Beirut, Lebanon (July 2003)


The 6th Scientific Conference of Faculty of Pharmacy & Health Science of Ajman University


Organon Medical Workshop at UMG for Fertility Treatment, Middle East (Akzo Nobel)

United Medical Group, Beirut, Lebanon (October 2003)


Organon Medical Workshop for Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART), (Akzo Nobel )

August 2004, Beirut, Lebanon (August 2004)


The Third Scientific Meeting in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Baghdad, Iraq (February 2003)


The Third Diabetic Congress, Iraqi Diabetes Association

Baghdad, Iraq (February 2002)


The 6th Scientific Conference of College of Medicine (2002)

Scientific Committee Member, Head of Social Committee.


Iraqi School of Medicine Conference

October 2002, Baghdad, Iraq (October 2002)

Head of Social Committee


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The First Scientific Conference of Iraqi Fertility Society

Baghdad, Iraq (April 2002)



Iraqi School of Medicine Scientific Conference (October 1993)


Participant as the Pharmacist in charge in a team formulating a new Anti-Cancer drug

Responsible for drug advertisement; Head of Social Committee


The 10th Iraqi University Students Council Conference

Participant with a clinical research (New Tumor Markers of Breast and Cervical Carcinoma)

Awarded and Ranked #1 with Distinction among 1500 Students of compatible and comparable research in all scientific fields in Iraq


All other Medical Conferences held in Iraqi Medical School during the years 1993-2003

Scientific Committee Member


Many other Medical Conference as a participant or attendee in Jordan & Iraq



Articles (Published & Under Publication):


Original articles for the M.Sc. & Ph.D. research, along with published and unpublished articles;


Ph.D. project: A Clinical Biochemical Study of serum and follicular fluid trace elements & hormones in infertile couples admitted to IVF program.

Nominated for Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum International Award for Medical Sciences -2002-Dubai, UAE


M.Sc. project: Alkaline phosphates of cancerous Larynx tissue in comparison with the placental heat stable Enzyme: A Biochemical and Histochemicalstudie. Acta. Oncol.1997; 36(2): 213- 218 (original article), Sweden.


Use of Zinc sulfate as Replacement Therapy in the treatment of Diabetic Neuropathy. Pan Arab congress of Endocrinology & Diabetes, 2002, Tunisia, Proceeding.


Physiological aspects of Neuro-Endocrine Disturbances: Stress related problems in university students, the use of Conventional and Alternative Medical treatments. DALM XVII International Symposium 2011, Doha, Qatar. Proceeding.


The effect of long studying hours and the difference of life style on obesity among university students. DALM XVII International Symposium 2011, Doha, Qatar. Proceeding.


New Tumor Markers of Breast and Cervical carcinoma in Iraq.

Ranked first among 1500 scientific student researchers in all fields in Iraq for 1987-1988

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In addition to clinical research for the final year research projects served as Academic Advisor and Supervisor for final year medical, pharmaceutical and health science students research projects from 1995-2011





Research Reward Fellowships


Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum International Award for Medical Sciences / Dubai, UAE

Obstetrics and Gynecology Research, 2002


Young Researchers Fellowship, selected to be (one out of eight) chosen for the year worldwide

MIF -The Matsumae International Foundation / Six months Fellowship / Tokyo, Japan, 2000


Three-months research, University of Auckland/Auckland, New Zealand

UNESCO-Short Term Fellowships Program,(Global Network for Molecular & Cell Biology- MCBN), 1999


UNESCO-Six months research in London, UK, 1998


Karolinska Institute of Medical and Health Sciences / Stockholm, Sweden

UNESCO - Six months research in Sweden, 1998


Research Center for Developmental Medicine & Biology (RCDMB), Switzerland

UNESCO-The Young Scientists Award Scheme, 1997





International Distinctions/Awards


Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum International Award for Medical Sciences, 2002


University of Baghdad, Ministry of Health, Iraqi Pharmacist Association

Doctorate Degree with Honors, 2001

Masters Degree with Honors, 1995

Best Student in Higher Diploma Studies, 1990


Ranked #1 among 1500 Science Researchers during 1987-1988 by:

Iraqi Governmental Presidency Office

Ministry of Health

Syndicate of Iraqi Pharmacists

President of Baghdad University

Deans' honor


Ranked Among Top Ten Students in 1987:

Deans' Honor List

Syndicate of Iraqi Pharmacist (Pharmacists Association)

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European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) - Member

American Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)

International Diabetes Federation (IDF)

European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)

Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS)

Iraqi Medical Association in UK (IMA-UK)

Eastern Mediterranean Association of Medical Editors (EMAME)

International Iraqi Medical Association (IIMA)

Iraqi Jordanian Fertility Society

Iraqi Fertility Society

Iraqi Diabetes Society

Iraqi Cancer Society

Iraqi Pharmacists (Pharmacists Association)

Iraqi Chamber of Commerce

Iraqi Union of Imports and Exports

Administrative Cultural Committee in Petra University in Jordan

Iraqi Pharmaceutical Society

French Cultural Center





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