Name: Rula Darwish

Country: Jordan

Affiliation:

Professor in School of Pharmacy /The University of Jordan

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School of Pharmacy /The University of Jordan

Research Interests:

1. Antibiotics and the effects of formulation ingredients on antimicrobil activity.

2. Antimicrobial effects (including antifungal, nematicidal etc.) of different plant extracts.

3. The preserving effect of differentformulations.

4. Invertebratepathology.

5. Parasitology.

6. Microbial Resistance and how to improve the effects of antimicrobial agents on resistant strains of microorganisms.

7. Control of crossinfections.

8. Disinfection andSterilization.

9. Nematicidal effects of naturalproducts.

10. Investigation of new anticancer drugs from medicinal local plants.

11. Discovery of new insecticidal natural products from local plants.

Biography:

  • Prof. / Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Kings’ collage ,London 

Member Of :

  • Scientific societies ADMINISTRATION includes\Dean of School of Pharmacy , University of Jordan, Jordan (2014-2016) Leading School to get the International ACPE certification June 2016 ( Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education) becoming first in Jordan and one of the few accredited worldwide outside America 
  • Director of The University of Jordan ACPE certification committee since 2014 Rula M Darwish.

Publications:

  1. Knowledge, Attitudes And Behavior Regarding Antibiotics Use And Misuse Among Adults In The Community Of Jordan. A pilot study.
  2. A cross-sectional Study on Knowledge, Attitude, and Behavior Related to Antibiotic Use and Resistance, among Medical and Non-Medical University Students.
  3. Antimicrobial Activity of Certain Medicinal Plants Against Candida.
  4. Synthesis and antibacterial activity of novel7-haloanilino-8-nitrofluoroquinolone derivatives.
  5. New form of administering chlorhexidine for treatment of denture-induced stomatitis.
  6. "New form of administering chlorhexidine for treatment of denture-induced stomatitis".
  7. Knowledge, Attitudes And Behavior Regarding Antibiotics Use And Misuse Among Adults In The Community Of Jordan. A pilot study.
  8. Effect of ethnomedicinal plants used in folklore medicine in Jordan as antibiotic resistant inhibitors on Escherichia coli.
  9. 7-(3-Chlorophenylamino)-1-cyclopropyl-6-fluoro-8-nitro-4-oxo-1,4-dihydroquinoline-3-carboxylic Acid.
  10. Antibacterial Effect of Jordanian Propolis and Isolated Flavonoids Against Human Pathogenic Bacteria.
  11. Study of the elution of fluconazole from a self-polymerizing acrylic resin and its activity against resistant Candida albicans.

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