Hassan Azaizeh

Senior researcher
Institute of Applied Research, Galilee Society
E-mail: hazaizi@gal-soc.org
Page: http://www.gal-soc.org

Fields of interest:

Medicinal plants, biological control, bio-energy, Bioremediation, alternative energy,

Recent publications:

Azaizeh H., Salhani, N., Sebesvari Z., Shardendu S., and Emons, H. 2006. Phytoremediation of selenium using subsurface-flow constructed wetland. International Journal of Phytoremediation 8 (3):187-198.

Azaizeh, H., Kobaisy, M., Dakwar, S., Saad, B., Shaqir, I., and Said, O. 2007. Botanical pesticides as a source of safe bio-Acaricides for the control of Tetranychus cinnabarinus mites. Fitoterapia. Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica 42:143-152.

Azaizeh, H., Saad, B., Cooper, E., and Said, O. 2007. Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine (TAIM) now join TCM CAM, Kampo and Ayurveda. Journal of Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 3:329-338.

Said, O., Fulder, S., Khalil, K., Azaizeh, H., Kassis, E., and Saad, B. 2008. Maintaining a physiological blood glucose level with ‘glucolevel’, a combination of four anti-diabetes plants used in the traditional Arab herbal medicine. Journal of Evidence of Complementary Alternative Medicine 5:421-428.

Azaizeh, H., Saad, B., Cooper, E., and Said, O. 2008. Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine (TAIM), a re-emerging health aid. A mini Review. Journal of evidence of Complementary Alternative Medicine 7:419-426.

Azaizeh, H., and Jadoun, J. 2010. Codigestion of olive mill wastewater and swine manure using UASB bioreactors for biogas production. Journal of Water Resource and protection 2(4):314-321.

Landau, S., Azaizeh, H., Muklada, H., Glasser, E., Ungar, D., Baram, H., Abbas, N., and Markovics, A. 2010. Anthelmintic activity of Pistacia lentiscus foliage in two Middle Eastern breeds of goats differing in their propensity to consume tannin-rich browse. Veterinary Parasitology 173:280-286.

Singh, B.R., Gupta, S.K., Azaizeh, H., Shilev, S., Sudre, D., Song, W.Y., Martinoia, E., and Mench, M. 2011. Safety of food crops on land contaminated with trace elements. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 91:1349-66.

Tafesh, A., Najami, N., Jadoun, J., Halahleh, F., Riepl, H., and Azaizeh, H. 2011. Synergistic Antibacterial Effects of Polyphenolic Compounds from Olive Mill Wastewater. Journal of evidence of Complementary Alternative Medicine. doi:10.1155/2011/431021.

Markovics, A., Cohen, I., Muklada, H., Glasser, T.A., Dvash, L., Ungar, E.D., Azaizeh, H., and Landau, S.Y. 2012. Consumption of Pistacia lentiscus foliage alleviates coccidiosis in young goats. Veterinary Parasitology 186:165-169.

Azaizeh, H., Halahleh, F., Najami, N., Brunner, D., Faulstich , M., and Tafesh, A. 2012. Antioxidant activity of phenolic fractions in olive mill wastewater. Food Chemistry 134:2226-2234. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2012.04.035

Azaizeh, H., Gerchman, Y., Linden, K., Barstow, C., Kalbouneh, S., Tellawi, A., and Albalawneh, A. 2012. Constructed wetlands and UV systems for removal of enteric pathogens and wastewater contaminants. Submitted to: Water Science and Technology 67(3):651-657.

Azaizeh, H., Halahleh, F., Abbas, N., Muklada, H., Markovics, A., Ungar, D., and Landau, S. 2013. Polyphenols from Pistacia lentiscus and Phillyrea latifolia impair the exsheathment of gastro-intestinal nematode larvae. Veterinary Parasitology 191:44-50.

Di Gregorio, S., Azaizeh, H., and Lorenzi, R. 2013. Biostimulation of the autochthonous microbial community for the depletion of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in contaminated sediments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research (in press).

Hiba Abu tayeh, Naim Najami, Carlos Dosoretz, Ahmed Tafesh, Hassan Azaizeh. 2013. Potential of bioethanol production from olive mill solid wastes. Journal Bioresource Technology.

Landau, S.Y., Muklada, H., Abu-Rabia, A., Kaadan, S., and Azaizeh, H. 2014. Traditional Arab ethno-veterinary practices in small ruminant breeding in Israel. Small Ruminant Research 119:161–171.

Di Gregorio, S., Gentini A., Siracusa G., Becarell S., Azaizeh, H., and Lorenzi, R. 2014. “Phytomediated Biostimulation of the Autochthonous Bacterial Community for the Acceleration of the Depletion of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Contaminated Sediments. BioMed Research International, vol. 2014, Article ID 891630, 11 pages. doi:10.1155/2014/891630. (Impact factor 2.7).