Dr. Rami jarjor

رامي جرجور

Dr. Rami jarjor

Associate Prof
- Associate professor - Arab International University (AIU) - Faculty of Pharmacy - 2017 -Now
- Principal researcher - Atomic Energy Commission of Syria (AECS) - Molecular biology and Biotechnology Dept. - 2004- now

- Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) - Medical School, University of Damascus - 1994 2. - --- MSc in Medical Genetics - Institute of Medical Genetics, Yorkhill Hospitals, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom - 1998
- PhD in Medical Genetics - Institute of Biomedical and Life Science (IBLS), University of Glasgow, United Kingdom - 2003


1. Wafa, A., F. Moassass, S. Almedani, T. Liehr, K. Wilhelm, M. As' sad, S. Knippenberg, R. Glaubitz, R. A. Jarjour and W. Al Achkar (2020). "A novel heterozygous variant in exon 32 of the CHD7 gene (c. 6923C> T) in a Syrian family with Kallmann syndrome." Research Results in Biomedicine 6(2): 154-156.
2. Wafa, A., R. A. Jarjour, A. Aljapawe, S. Almedania, T. Liehr, J. B. Melo, I. M. Carreira, M. A. K. Othman and W. Al-Achkar (2020). "An acquired stable variant of a dicentric dic(9;20) and complex karyotype in a Syrian childhood B-acute lymphoblastic leukemia case." Molecular Cytogenetics 13(1): 29.
3. Naddaf, M. and R. A. Jarjour (2020). "Free-Standing Porous Silicon Film Produced by a Pulsed Anodic Etching of n+-Silicon Substrate in an HF: HCl: C2H5 OH: H2O2:H2O Electrolyte: Characterization and Adsorption of Colchicine." Silicon.
4. Murad, H., F. Moasses, A. Dabboul, Y. Mukhalalaty, A. O. Bakoor, W. Al-Achkar and R. A. Jarjour (2018). "Geographical distribution of beta-globin gene mutations in Syria." Hematology: 1-8.
5. Jarjour, R. A., S. Al-Berrawi, S. Ammar and R. Majdalawi (2018). "Spectrum of cystic fibrosis mutations in Syrian patients." Minerva Pediatr 70(2): 159-164.
6. Rami A. Jarjour and Rami Abou Jamra (2017) Mutations of familial Mediterranean fever in Syrian patients and controls: Evidence for high carrier rate. Gene Reports Volume 6, Pages 87–92.
7. Jarjour RA, Ammar S, Majdalawi R. (2017) Frequency of three prothrombotic polymorphisms among Syrian population: factor V G1691A, prothrombin G20210A and methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase C677T. Ann Hum Biol.; 44(1):70-73.
8. Rami A. Jarjour (2016) E148Q as A Familial Mediterranean Fever-Causing Mutation: A Clinical-Based Study. The West Indian medical journal.
9. Al-Achkar, W., Wafa, A., Ammar, S., Moassass, F., & Jarjour, R. A. (2016). Association of Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase C677T and A1298C Gene Polymorphisms With Recurrent Pregnancy Loss in Syrian Women. Reproductive Sciences, 1-5.
10. Murad, H.,Moassas, F., Jarjour, R., Mukhalalaty, Y., Al-Achkar, W. (2014). "Prenatal Molecular Diagnosis of beta-Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Anemia in the Syrian Population." Hemoglobin 38(6): 390-393.
11. Jarjour RA, Al-Berrawi S (2014) Familial Mediterranean fever in Syrian children: phenotype-genotype correlation. Rheumatol Int [Epub ahead of print].
12. Jarjour RA, Murad H, Moasses F et al (2014) Molecular Update of beta-Thalassemia Mutations in the Syrian Population: Identification of Rare beta-Thalassemia Mutations. Hemoglobin 38:272-6.
13. Rami A. Jarjour and Reem Dodaki (2011) Arthritis Patterns in Familial Mediterranean Fever Patients and Association with M694V Mutation. Molecular Biology Reports.38 (3): 2033-2036.
14. Al‐Achkar, W., Wafa, A. and Jarjour, R.A., 2011. A new case of de novo translocation (12; 17; 18)(q21. 2; q22; q21. 1) and cranio‐cerebello‐cardiac (3C) syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A, 155(3): 648-651.
15. Rami A Jarjour (2010) Coexistence of Familial Mediterranean Fever and Ulcerative Colitis in a Syrian Boy. Gazzetta Medica Italiana. 169 (3): 113-15.
16. Madania A., Zarzour H, Jarjour RA, Ghoury I. (2010) Combination of conventional multiplex PCR and quantitative real-time PCR detects large rearrangements in the dystrophin gene in 59% of Syrian DMD/BMD patients. Clin Biochem. 43, Issues (10-11): 836-842.
17. Rami A Jarjour (2010) Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) in Syrian patients: MEFV mutations and phenotype-genotype correlations. Mol Biol Rep. 37(1):1-5.