Prof.Mohamad Osama Al-Jabban


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Directorate of Scientific Research at Damascus University

 The university is considered the main stronghold for the development of scientific research, because of its role in producing knowledge through scientific research that contributes to achieving comprehensive and sustainable development. True scientific research is a national asset and a great national wealth, and the key to development and the path to advancement.


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A Number of Damascus University Journals are Listed into the Asian Science Citation Index (ASCI)

In order to complement the University's plan to explore global sites, disseminate Syrian scientific research and introduce the Syrian scholar to the global scientific community, Damascus University has endeavoured to index and catalogue its journals within the Asian Science Citation Index (ASCI), as it is important to introduce Asian peoples to each other's science, and exchange experiences and research.


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Faculty of Sharia at Damascus University...An Academic, Cognitive and Societal Role

 Since its establishment, the Faculty of Sharia has contributed to the qualification of cadres of researchers and specialists in various fields of Sharia sciences. The Faculty of Sharia at Damascus University is considered one of the first modern faculties at the university. Since its establishment in 1954, the Faculty has witnessed great developments through an increase in the number of its scientific departments after it was previously limited to teaching Islamic Sharia compared to law.

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Gmelina asiatica: exploring traditional uses, pharmacological insights, and phytoconstituents—a comprehensive review (1961–2023)

 Gmelina asiatica is one of the medicinal plants that has a great significance in traditional Indian medicines; Siddha and Ayurveda in particular. It is also used in traditional Chinese medicine.  The few reports conducted on the pharmacological activities of this plant scientifically support some of its traditional uses. These activities have been shown to include anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antihyperglycemic, antipyretic, nematicidal, anxiolytic, neuroprotective, anti-microbial, hepatoprotective, nephroprotective and analgesic activity. Gmelina asiatica is rich in furofuran lignans and flavonoids and contains many other secondary and primary metabolites.

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