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Prof. Ramia Al Bakain

Professor of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry , The University of Jordan


Ramia AL BAKAIN holds a PhD with honor degree in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry from… (more)

Ramia AL BAKAIN holds a PhD with honor degree in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry from Sorbonne Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris - France. She is working now as a Professor at the University of Jordan- Amman/ Dep. of Chemistry.

Her research focuses on the impact of using analytical chemistry for developing new green methods in water- agriculture-food security, green technique for water and wastewater treatment, and sustainable application in saving natural resources, where she has wide international scientific research collaborations in this field with USA, France, Germany, Austria, Lebanon, and UK. She is leading many international scientific projects and interdisciplinary teams of graduate students working in Water-Food-Agriculture security in the Mediterranean and MENA regions. In addition, she is a member in the editorial board of Science Journal of Analytical Chemistry. She received many awards and fellows, some of them are:

‘’L’Oréal-UNESCO Award For Women in Science”, ‘’Fulbright Award’’, ‘’Award of the Academy of Medical Sciences,“ IUPAC Award for Periodic Table of Young Chemist-”, ‘’International Scientific Excellence Award- Lebanon’’, ‘’Chaire Joliot fellowship’’, ‘’Post-Doctorate award from the Scientific Research Fund- Jordan’’, “DFG Fellowship- Germany”, ‘’TWAS Prize for Young Scientists in Developing Countries”, and ‘’Arab-American Frontiers of Science’’.

Ramia is a member in many scientific associations: Global Young academy GYA, The World Academy of Science TWAS, TWAS Young Affiliate Network TYAN, Elife, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry IUPAC, The International Water Resources Association IWRA, Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World OWSD, The International Younger Chemists Network IYCN, Young Earth System Scientists community YESS, and World Climate Research Program WCRP.