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Dr. Areej Assaf
Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy
The university of jordan, Faculty of Pharmacy
Dr. Areej Mashhour Assaf has completed Ph.D at University of Leicester. Currently she is working as an Associate Professor at The University of Jordan. Dr Areej Assaf research interests focus on the field of molecular and cellular immunology in relation to cancer therapy, cancer cell signalling, colon cancer, haematological malignancies and anticancer drug discovery from natural and synthetic products.
-Bassam I. Amro, Randa N. Haddadin, Khaled Tawaha, Mohammad Mohammad, Sundus Mashallah, Areej M. Assaf, In vitro Antimicrobial and
Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Jordanian Plant Extracts: A Potential Target Therapy for Acne Vulgaris. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. . 2013; 7(29):2087-2099
- Areej M. Assaf, Randa N. Hadaddin, Nedhal A. Aldouri, Reem Alabbassi, Sundus Mashallah, Mohammad Mohammad, Yasser Bustanji. Anti-cancer,
anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial activities of plant extracts used against hematological tumors in traditional medicine of Jordan. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2013;145(3):728-36.
- Yasser Bustanji, Nedhal AlDouri, Ala Issa, Sundus Mashallah, Areej Assaf, Talal Aburjai and Mohammad Mohammad. Cytotoxic effect of Mercurialis
annua L methanolic extract on human solid cancer cell line. Scientific Research and Essays. 2012. Vol. 7(37), pp. 3218-3222,
- Areej M. Assaf. Stress-Induced Immune-Related Diseases and Health Outcomes of Pharmacy Students: A pilot study. Saudi Pharmaceutical
Journal. Areej M. Assaf. Stress-Induced Immune-Related Diseases and Health Outcomes of Pharmacy Students: A pilot study. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal. 2013; Jan.21 (1): 35-44.