Malkawi Hanan

- Vice President for Science Engagement at Royal Scientific Society-JORDAN - Professor at the Department of Biological Sciences at Yarmouk University-JORDAN - Former Vice President for Research & International Relations at Yarmouk University. - Former Dean of Research & Graduate studies at Hamdan Bin Mohamed Smart University, Dubai-UAE


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Royal Scientific Society

Pays : Jordan

Type d'institution : NGO

Institution FEMISE : yes

Thèmes de recherche

  • Education
  • EuroMed Cooperation
  • Regional Development
  • Women Participation
  • Innovation
  • Gender
  • Euro-Med Cooperation
  • Climate Energy Ressources Biodiversity

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Publications récentes

1. D. Houhoula, J. Papaparaskevas, K. Zatsou, N. Nikolaras, H. I. Malkawi, M-P Mingenot-Leclercq, S. Konteles, S. Koussisis, A. Tsakri, E. Charvalos. 2017. Magnetic nanoparticle-enhanced PCR for the detection and identification of Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella enteritidis. New Microbiologica. 40(3): 165-169.
2. Munir J. M. Rusan, Hanan I. Malkawi. 2016. Dilution of olive mill wastewater eliminates its phytotoxicity and enhances plant growth and soil fertility. Desalination and Water Treatment. 1-9
3. Munir J. M. Rusan, Ammar A. Albalasmeh, Hanan I. Malkawi. 2016. Treated Olive Mill Wastewater Effects on Soil Properties and Plant Growth. Water Air & Soil Pollution. 227 (5):1-10
4. Rafael Bargiela, Francesca Mapelli, Jesús Tornés, Bessem Chouaia, David Rojo, Sara Borin2, Michael Richter, Mercedes V Del Pozo, Simone Cappello, Christoph Gertler, María Genovese, Renata Denaro, Mónica Martínez-Martínez, Stilianos Fodelianakis, Ranya A. Amer, David Bigazzi, Xifang, Han, Jianwei Chen, Tatyana N. Chernikova, Olga V. Golyshina, Mouna Mahjoubi, Atef Jaouani, Fatima Benzha, Mirko Magagnini, Emad Hussein, Fuad Al-Horani, Ameur Cherif, Mohamed Blaghen, Yasser R. Abdel-Fattah, Nicolas Kalogerakis, Coral Barbas, Hanan I. Malkawi, Peter N. Golyshin, Michail M. Yakimov, Daniele Daffonchio, Manuel Ferrer. 2015. Bacterial population and biodegradation potential in chronically crude oil-contaminated marine sites are strongly linked to temperature and geochemical diversity. Scientific Reports, 5:11651.
5. Christoph Gertler, Rafael Bargiela, Francesca Mapelli, Xifang Han, Jianwei Chen, Tran Hai, Ranya A. Amer, Mouna Mahjoubi, Hanan Malkawi, Mirko Magagnini, Ameur Cherif, Yasser R. Abdel-Fattah, Nicolas Kalogerakis, Daniele Daffonchio, Manuel Ferrer and Peter N. Golyshin. 2015. Conversion of uric acid into ammonium in oil-degrading marine microbial communities: a possible role of halomonads. Microbial Ecology 69 (4).
6. Fodelianakis S., Antoniou E., Mapelli F., Magagnini M., Nikolopoulou M., Marasco R., Barbato M., Tsiola A., Tsikopoulou I., Giaccaglia L., Mahjoubi M., Jaouani A. Amer R., Hussein E., Al-Horani F.A., Benzha F., Blaghen M., Malkawi H.I., Abdel-Fattah Y., Cherif A., Daffonchio D., Kalogerakis N. 2015. Allochthonous bioaugmentation in ex situ treatment of crude oil-polluted sediments in the presence of an effective degrading indigenous microbiome. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 287: 78-86.