HSVT: Grounding the Human Experience of Trauma May 26, 2021
Effects of maternal trauma and psychopathology on attententional biasese to emotional stimuli among refugee mother-child dyads 2021 Society for Affective Science Annual Conference taking place between 13-16 April.
Validating Arabic measures of literacy and love of reading for refugee children. 2021 SRCD Virtual Biennial Meeting to be held April 7-9, 2021
Attention biases in facial emotion processing in refugee and nonrefugee children revealed using eye tracking. 2021 SRCD Virtual Biennial Meeting to be held April 7-9, 2021
Predicting COVID-19 related changes in families’ economic conditions, psychosocial well-being and stress physiology in Jordan. 2021 SRCD Virtual Biennial April 7-9, 2021
Connie mulligan etal Rana Dajani Nature and nurture: Association of MAOA, 5-HTTLPR, and COMT genetic variants and resilience with psychosocial stress outcomes in Syrian refugee and Jordanian youth. April 7-28, 2021.
DC Biased emotion recognition in Syrian refugee children Julia Michalek, Dr Matteo Lisi, Dr Rana Dajani, Dr Isabelle Mareschal 14th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology 22 - 24 July 2019 at Whitelands College, University of Roehampton, London
The Value of the We Love Reading Program for Executive Functions AUTHORS: Rana Dajani, Alya Al-Sager and Dima Amso
MIT LINC 2019
Exploring a newly developed measure to assess school-aged children’s school interest in Jordan CIES 2019 San Francisco, the 63rd Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society San Fransisco, CA USA April 2019
“Proof-of-Concept: Using Biomarkers and Measures of Cognitive Function to Test the Impacts of a Brief, Scalable Intervention for Syrian Refugees in Jordan“
10th Anniversary Conference - Global Mental Health Research without Borders 8-9 April 2019, at the Natcher Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, United States.
iLLL.CancerCare: A vision for an intelligent Life Long Learning Framework for Cancer Care, The first International Cancercare Informatics Conference Amman Jordan November 19-21, 2018
Lessons learnt from an impact evaluation conducted with conflict-affected adolescents: Lollipops, manicures and ownership. 5th Conference, IHSA Humanitarian Studies, Reshaping Boundaries in Crisis and Crisis Response, Le Hague, August 2018.
Hadfield K, Dajani R, Ager A, Eggerman M, Ungar M, van Uum S. Greff M & Panter-Brick C (2018). Pathways of recovery in adolescents affected by the Syrian crisis: What predicts trajectories of mental health and chronic stress? 25th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD2018), Gold Coast, Australia.
Panter-Brick C, Eggerman M, Hadfield K, Dajani R, Ager A. Refugees, stress, and mental health trajectories. 23rd World Congress for the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP), Prague, Czech Republic, 27 Jul 2018
Kristin Hadfield, Mark Eggerman, Rana Dajani, Catherine Panter-Brick, & Michael Ungar. “Adversity, resilience, and mental health trajectories in Syrian refugee and Jordanian host-community youth” Pathways to Resilience IV conference, Cape Town, South Africa, Jun 15, 2017
Amelia Sancilio, Kyle Wiley, Rana Dajani, Stan Van Umm, Abdelbaset Elzagallaai, Michael Rieder and Catherine Panter-Brick. “Trauma exposure and hair cortisol in youth affected by the Syrian crisis” The annual conference of the Human Biology Association, New Orleans, USA, Apr 19, 2017
Catherine Panter-Brick, Mark Eggerman, Jane MacPhail, Rana Dajani. “Stress and Resilience: Evaluating interventions with Syrian refugee youth” 2017 SRCD Biennial Meeting, Austin, Texas, USA, Apr 6-8, 2017
Mulligan C, Clukay C, Quinlan J, Dajani R Hamadmad D, Abudayyeh G, PanterBrick C “Genetics of risk and resilience in Syrian refugee youth” Symposium: Collaborations across anthropology and genetics, Apr, 2017
Dajani R. Circles of Mentoring Pathways to Professional and Personal Growth AAAS 2017 Boston, USA, Feb 17, 2017
Dajani R. et al “Circles of Mentoring: Pathways to Professional and Personal Growth” AAAS 2017, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Feb 16–20, 2017
J. Li, R. Dajani, Z. Wei, Y. Khader, N. Hakooz. Fatahlah,M. El-Khateeb, A. Arafat,
T. Saleh, A. Dajani , Z. Al-Abbadi, M. Abdul Qader A. Shiyab, H. Hakonarson “Genome-wide association study identifies new type 2 diabetes risk loci in Jordan subpopulations” (poster) 66th annual meeting of American society for human genetics, Vancouver, Canada Oct 18-22, 2016
Dajani R. “A research partnership evaluating program efficacy on stress and cognition among adolescent Syrian refugees in Jordan”, Adolescence, Youth and Gender” Building Knowledge for Change, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, UK, Sep 8-9 2016
Dajani R. et al “Three Circles of Alemat: Growth and Sustainability through Mentoring” (Poster) AAAS 2016, Washington DC, USA, Feb 13, 2016
Amelia Sancillio, Rana Dajani Mark Eggerman et al. OR.19 “Do stress biomarkers track poverty, stress and trauma? Evaluating war affected youth. Abstract in “Human biology of poverty” ” Symposium of the society for the study of human biology, Lisbon, Portugal, Sept 2-5, 2015
Massadeh, Muhannad, Fatima Sabra, Rana Dajani, and Alaa Arafat. “Purification of Lipase Enzyme Produced by Bacillus Stearothermophilus HU1.” Penang, Malaysia, 2012.
Dajani, R. “Novel reading for novel learning” poster at the “Creative Thinking, Reimaging the University” 8th Galway symposium on Higher Education organized by the National University of Ireland, Galway, Jun 11, 2010
Dajani, R. “Drama in Biology” Pecha Kucha talk at the “Creative Thinking, Reimaging the University” 8th Galway symposium on Higher Education organized by the National University of Ireland, Galway, Jun 11, 2010
Dajani, R. “Islam and evolution” talk at the fourth scientific research conference, Landmark Hotel Amman, Jordan, Nov 7, 2009
Dajani, R. “Stem cell ethics in Jordan” talk at the fourth scientific research conference, Landmark Hotel Amman, Jordan, Nov 7, 2009
Dajani, R. and Mahasneh, R "Service learning in Jordan" talk at the 14th science conference organized by the Higher Council of Science and Technology, Amman, Jordan, May 4, 2009
Dajani, R. Problem Based Learning: a Path to Leadership Development. Implementation problems and solutions, round table discussion at Global Women Leaders Conference, Dubai, UAE, Mar 10-12, 2008
Dajani, R. Community Awareness Project presentation at Global Women Leaders Conference, Dubai, UAE, Mar 10-12, 2008
Dajani, R, Salih Sanlioglu, Yulong Zhang, Martha M. Monick, Eric Lazartigues, Timothy Eggelston, Robin L. Davisson, Gary W. Hunninghake and John F. Engelhardt. “Pleiotropic functions of TNFalpha determine Ikkbeta –dependent hepatocellular fates in response to LPS” (Poster # 10-09P) 6th International Cytokine Conference 2006, Austria, 2006
Dajani R, Zhang Y, Taft P, Travis S, Welsh MJ, and Engelhardt JF. “Direct Evidence for antibacterial Function of Submucosal Gland-derived Lysozyme in Proximal Airways” College of Medicine/College of Public Health/VA Medical Center Research Week, Abstract #63, Mar 30, 2004
Dajani R, Zhang Y, Taft P, Travis S, Welsh MJ, and Engelhardt JF. “Direct Evidence for antibacterial Function of Submucosal Gland-derived Lysozyme in Proximal Airways” 6th Annual Student Health Interdisciplinary Poster Session, 2004
Dajani R, Zhang Y, Taft P, Travis S, Welsh MJ, and Engelhardt JF. “Direct Evidence for antibacterial Function of Submucosal Gland-derived Lysozyme in Proximal Airways” 17th Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Abstract #253 and oral presentation session W15, Talk and poster at the North American Cystic fibrosis conference, 2003