Prof.Mohamad Osama Al-Jabban


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The Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences' second scientific conference will begin with an exhibition of traditional crafts.

In collaboration with the Al-Quds International Foundation, the Union of Arab Historians in Baghdad, the General Union of Craftsmen, and the Arab Writers Union, the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences launched its second scientific conference today. The event was complemented by a display of traditional Syrian crafts of the Dummar Central Incubator of Syrian Traditional Arts.

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A Pre-marriage Course Organized by the Faculty of Sharia at Damascus University

The first pre-marriage course was launched at the Faculty of Sharia at the University of Damascus, in cooperation with the Ifaf Charitable Society, which is concerned with pre marriage preparing and training and family reform. 150 young men and women, married or about to get married.


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President of Damascus University meets students participating in Hope Initiative that supports distinguished Arab youth in the field of media

Prof. Al-Jabban expressed his pride in the students’ participation in the initiative due to its importance in their professional career, and urged them to benefit from it in their academic studies and practical life. He also noted that as it is a valuable opportunity to exchange experiences and open new horizons for them.

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A scientific study confirms that the presence of IgG antibodies supports the post-infectious nature of MIS-C.

 Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) associated with Covid-19 is a rare (before Covid) and serious medical condition. It is characterized by inflammation in various organs. In this context, a research team from the University Children’s Hospital in Damascus conducted a retrospective study, the first of its type in Syria, entitled: “Clinical presentation and management of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children associated with covid-19: a retrospective observational descriptive study in a pediatric hospital in Syria”.

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