12/1998 Clinical Molecular Genetics fellowship, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
6/1991 Clinical Cytogenetics fellowship. Department of Pediatrics, University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee (ABMG1993)
5/1986 Ph.D., Zoology/Genetics, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.
8/1982 M.Sc., Zoology/Systematic and evolutionary biology, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut.
6/1978 B.Sc., Biology, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
8/2014-Date: Director and founder, Palestine Museum of Natural History and Palestine Institute of Biodiversity and Sustainabiliy, Bethlehem University, Palestine (consolidated collections at a site at Bethlehem University with a 5 year plan and initial funding of $250,000 from Dr. & Mrs. Qumsiyeh
8/2008 to Date: Professor (part time), Bethlehem University, Bethlehem, Palestine (Bethlehem.edu). Faculty for the Master in Biotechnology Program (in collaboration with the Polytechnic University in Hebron). Teaching core course in Advanced Molecular biology and occasionally other subjects. Served as thesis adviser to several Masters students.
1/2009 to Date: Adjunct Professor, Birzeit University, Birzeit, Palestine (birzeit.edu). Teaching molecular genetics, and starting Fall 2012 will also be teaching other courses as adjunct faculty.
8/2008-Date Professor (part time), Bethlehem University, Bethlehem, Palestine (Bethlehem.edu). Key participants in the faculty for the Master in Biotechnology Program (in collaboration with the Polytechnic University in Hebron). Served as thesis adviser to several masters students.
10/2004-Date Director, Cytogenetics Services, SiParadigm Inc., 690 Kinderkamack Rd, Oradell, NJ, Tel 1-888-599-labs, http://siParadigm.com Laboratory growth at 30% annually in test volume including breast cancer her2neu and hematologic cancers.
7/2006-4/08 Consultant Director, University Pathology, Reference Laboratory, 4 Skyline Dr., Hawthorne, NY 10532, Tel 914-345-3007. Included directing cytogenetics lab operations and training/giving talks at Westchester Medical Center to Pathology residents.
11/1999 to 12/2004 Director, Cytogenetics Services & Associate Professor Department of Genetics, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Service, teaching, and research in all aspects of genetics. Member of Yale Cancer Center.
1/1994 to 11/1999 Director, Cytogenetics Services & Associate Clinical Professor (promoted from Assistant Professor in 1995), Departments of Pathology, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, and Genetics, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC.
1/1994 to 8/1994 Interim Director (off-site), Cytogenetics Laboratory, T. C. Thompson Children�s Hospital, Erlanger Medical Center, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
7/1991 to 12/1993 Director & Department Head, Cytogenetics Laboratory, T. C. Thompson Children�s Hospital, Erlanger Medical Center, and Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, UT College of Medicine, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Duties include directing all aspects of the laboratory including budgeting, quality control, starting new procedures, expanding services, personnel management, resource allocation, resident and medical student teaching,research, community service, and consultation.
1/1990 to 10/1999 Research Associate at the Section of Mammals, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
7/1989 to 7/1991 Consultant, Dept. Pharmacology, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee. Collaboration with D. P. Suttle, Ph.D.
1/1988 to 7/1993 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee. Also taught a course on Embryology.
6/1987 to 6/1989 Journey research fellowship. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN. Work on mechanisms of gene amplification.
6/1986 to 6/1987 Postdoctoral immunology fellowship. Department of Biochemistry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
9/1985 to 12/1985 Rea postdoctoral fellowship (Conferred predoctorally). Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA.
Board and Other Certification
1993 to Date American Board of Medical Genetics (Clinical Cytogenetics)
1999-2009 American Board of Medical Genetics (Clinical Molecular Genetics)
2004 to Date State of New York Laboratory Director Certificate (Cytogenetics)
1996-2006 Inspector, College of American Pathologists (CAP) Inspector number 1007340
Peace Activism Positions
- Board Member, Al-Rowwad Children Theater, Aida Refugee Camp 2009-Date
- Board of Advisors, Siraj Center, Beit Sahour, Palestine (SirajCenter.org) 2007-Date
- Board of One Democratic State Group (August 2008-Date)
- Board Member, Peace Action Education Fund (2008-2009)
- Board Member, Peace Action Education Fund (2007-2009)
- Steering Committee Member of the US Campaign to End the Occupation (2005-07)
- Board Member, Association for One Democratic State in Israel/Palestine (2005-07)
- Media Coordinator, Palestinian American Congress, CT Chapter (2003-2008)
- Ex-President of the Middle East Genetics Association (1997-1999) http://info.med.yale.edu/genetics/clinical/lab_services/mega
- Media Coordinator, Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee in North Carolina, Won the Jallow activism award from ADC national in 1998
- Cofounder and ex-national treasurer and ex-media coordinator of Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition (see http://al-awda.org). (2000-04)
- Cofounder of the http://AcademicsFor Justice.org and http://BoycottIsraeliGoods.org campaigns.
- Organizer for the Wheels of Justice Tour http://justicewheels.org
- Vice President of the Middle East Crisis Committee http://TheStruggle.org (2003-date)
- Founder and president of the Holy Land Conservation Foundation
- Coordinator with others for the Oral History Project http://www.palestineremembered.com/oralhistory/
- Member of a number of human rights groups (Amnesty, Peace action, Human Rights Watch, ACLU etc.).
Committees Served/Graduate Students Supervised
2008-Date Supervising five Graduate Students at Bethlehem University.
10/1995-11/1999 Member of the Basic Sciences Faculty Committee, Duke University.
1/1994-11/1999 Member of the Medical Genetics Training Committee, Dept Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center.
10/1993-6/1995 Member of the M.S. Faculty Advisory Committee for Cara Bergman. Thesis: Chromosome variation in Blarina carolinensis and B. brevicauda.
6/1989-9/1992 Member of the M.S. Faculty Advisory Committee for Diana M. Adams Garland at Memphis State University (Expected date of graduation, June, 1991). Thesis title: Chromosome and electrophoretic variation in Blarina carolinensis and B. brevicauda in Tennessee (Mammalia: Insectivora).
6/1987-12/1989 Member of the Ph.D. Faculty Advisory Committee for George D. Baumgardner at Memphis State University. Dissertation title: Morphological Variation in Kangaroo rats (Genus Dipodomys): I. Individual nongeographic variation and character relationships, II. Geographic pattern of size and a test of Bergmann's rule for selected species, III. Genus-wide variation and species discrimination.
2/2012-2013Al-Quds University Bard College, Palestine. Teach Embryology, and Human Rights.
1/2009-Date Birzeit University.
9/2008-date Bethlehem University, Palestine. Teach at both graduate (Masters Program in Biotechnology) and undergraduate level.
1/2000-12/2004 Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Genetics. Cytogenetics for Medical students in the genetics course (second year). Clinical rounds (occasional lectures). Supervise rotating fellows and residents. Actively participates in weekly hematopathology and radiation oncology case conferences. Occasional talks at other departments and departmental Journal Club.
9/1995-9/1999 Society of Clinical Research Associates, Duke University Medical Center. 2 hour lecture for each session (2-3 times per year).
1/1994-11/1999 Duke University Medical Center. Organized weekly lecture on issues in cytogenetics (60% of lectures given, 40% by invited speakers). These lectures are open to residents, fellows, staff physicians, and lab techs and cover all areas of molecular genetics and cytogenetics.
1/1994-11/1999 Duke University Medical Center. Taught medical genetics course to medical students (3 lectures on cytogenetics), 2 lectures in the Molecular Pathology Course, lecture to Path 200 (Medical Students), lecture to Technologist Program (3 hours, Spring), and many other invited lectures and seminars (average 6 per month) to various Duke departments.
7/1991-2/1993 The University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Gave many Lectures and Seminars to staff, technicians, residents, and physicians.
1/1990-1/1991 The University of Tennessee-Memphis. Gave lectures to Medical Genetics and Medical Technology students. Total four lectures, 45 students.
11/1988-6/1991 Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Biology, Memphis State University (now University of Memphis), Memphis, Tennessee. Taught Vertebrate Embryology, Upper Level in Spring, 1989. Four hours a week, 38 students.
1/1986-5/1986 Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University. Graduate Cytogenetics lab. Two hrs/week, 15 students.
1983-1985 Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University. Taught General Zoology, Botany, and Advanced Animal Physiology labs. Eight hours/week, average 20 students/class.
8/1980-6/1982 Department of Biology, the University of Connecticut. Taught Vertebrate Anatomy, General Biology, Botany labs. Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech. Average 6 hrs/week, 20-25 students/class.
3/1978-6/1979 Bethlehem Secondary School, Bethlehem, and the Schmitz Girls College, Jerusalem. Biology teacher of 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. 20 hours/week, average 35 students/class.
6/1985-2000 Reviewer for grant proposals for the National Science Foundations, and manuscripts submitted for Journal of Mammalogy, Journal of Heredity,Mammalian Genome, Chromosome Research, Mammalia, Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Occasional Papers of the Museum of Texas Tech University, and Texas J. Sci.
7/1995-11/1999 Cytogenetics member of CALGB (Cancer and Leukemias Group B). Attended meeting in Miami, Florida (3-6 May, 1996), Ft. Lauderdale, FL (28 June 1998) and have been a participant cytogeneticist since July 1995.
1984-1988 Member of the International Committee of the American Society of Mammalogists.
1984-1985 Vice President for Graduate Student Biology Club, Texas Tech University.
Une histoire populaire de la R�sistance palestinienne. Edition Demi-Lune, Saint-Gewrmaine, 2013.
Popular Resistance in Palestine: A History of Hope and Empowerment, Pluto Press, 2010 Available in Arabic, Al-Muqawama Al-Sha'biya Fi Falastin from Muwattin in Ramallah, also soon available in Italian, French, and German.
Compartir la tierra de Cana�n: Derechos Humanos y el Conflicto Israel�-Palestino. (updated and with an introduction about role of Latin America), 2007
Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle, Pluto Press, 2005
Mammals of the Holy Land, Texas Tech Press,1996
Bats of Egypt, Texas Tech Press, 1986
Published Book Chapters and reviews
38. Qumsiyeh MB, Scientific research towards environmental justice and sustainability in Palestine. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference On Energy & Environmental Protection In Sustainable Development (Hebron, 4-6 April 2016). http://iceep.ppu.edu/
37.مازن قمصية ومحمد نجاجره والياس حنضل 2015 البحث العلمي أساس للتعليم والحفاظ على البيئة: أمثلة من محافظات فلسطينية. كتاب أبحاث المؤتمر البيئي السادس. مركز التعليم البيئي � بيت لحم
36. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2016. Arab-American Activism for Palestine. Chapter in Proceedings of Conference on the Palestinian Diaspora held August 2015 in Bethlehem. Published by Diyar Consortium and Dar AnNadwa. in Press 2016.
35. Qumsiyeh, Mazin Critical and Historical Assessment of BDS (Boycotts, Divestment, and Sanctions) in Palestine . In Chuck Thiessen and Mufid Qassoum (eds) Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding in Palestine: Challenges and future prospects. Rutlidge. In press 2015 (prceedings of conference held at AAUJ 5-6 May 2015), in Press 2016.
34. Qumsiyeh, Mazin People�s Resistance in Palestine. Review of �Popular Protest in Palestine: The uncertain future of unarmed resistance� by Marwan Darweish and Andrew Rigby, Pluto Press, London. Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies. 14.2 (2015): 227�234.
33. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2015. Biodiversity of Wadi Quff: Fauna. In Management Plan of Wadi Quff. EQA and IUCN, Ramallah.
32. Qumsiyeh, Mazin. Forward to the German edition of Simha Flapan�s �Birth of Israel: Myths and Realities�. Zambon Verlag, Frankfurt/Main, 2015
31. Qumsiyeh, Mazin. Review of �Foundations of Museum Studies: Evolving Systems of Knowledge�, by Kiersten F. Latham and John E. Simmons, Libraries Unlimited, Santa Barbara. International Journal of Environmental Studies, in Press 2015.
30. مازن قمصية. دروس من المقاومة في فلسطين إلى الربيع العربي. نشر في كتاب "مؤتمر الربيع العربي من منظور حقوق الإنسان" الجامعة العربية الأمريكية. جنين. 2014
29. 2014 مازن قمصية. صمود ومقاومة: الحركة الشعبية في فلسطين ص. 72-83 في كتاب "حياة تُهمٌش الحصار" إحتفالية فلسطين للأدب http://www.scribd.com/doc/225395673/PalFest-2014-Anthology
28. Qumsiyeh, Mazin. Chapter 4. Evolution of Armed to Unarmed Resistance in Palestine. Pages 77-99 In Nonviolent Resistance and Conflict Transformation. (Editor, V�ronique Dudouet), Routlegde, London and New York, 2015
27. Qumsiyeh, Mazin B. 2014. Sometimes the dead are envied in Kenneth Ring and Ghassan Abdullah (eds). Letters from Palestine: Palestinians Speak Out about Their Lives, Their Country, and the Power of Nonviolence. Stone Ring Press http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JQW7BF0
26. Qumsiyeh, Mazin B. 2014. Studying biodivesrity to improve sustainable agriculture in Palestine Presented at Conference "Agricultural Biotechnology Research in Palestine, Hebron University. 30 November 2014
25. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2013. Fauna of Wadi Quf. 30 pp. In Management Plan for the First Planned Palestinian Natural Reserve. IUCN and Environmental Quality Authority.
24. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2012. "Gilad Atzmon, The Wandering Who?" Holy Land Studies, , 11(1): pp. 99-101
23. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2012. "Biology of Peace," pp 441-444 in Why Peace, edited and published by Mark Guttman, East Lyme, CT.
22, Qumsiyeh, MB. 2012. "Riad Hamad" in Freedom Sailors, edited by Greta Berlin and Bill Dienst. Free Gaza Movement, Printed in Charleston, SC.
21. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2012." True Peace Based on Human Rights Versus the Endless �Peace Process� Based on Lies." in Moises Salinas and Hazza Abu Rabi (eds), Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Perspectives on the Peace Process. Cambria Press.
20. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2011. Was die �Schneller-Schule� in Pal�stina bewirkt hat (How Schneller School Made A Difference in Palestine),, in Bethlehem Zwischen Weihrauch und Tr�nengas, edited by Ulrich Kadelbach Gerhard Hess Verlag,
19. Qumsiyeh, MB. 2009. True Peace Based on Human Rights Versus the Endless �Peace Process� Based on Lies. Pp 131-138 (Chapter 7) in Moises F. Salinas and Hazza Abu Rabia (editors). In Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Perspectives on the Peace Process. Cambria Press, Amherst, NY
18. Qumsiyeh, MB . 2009. Sumood wa muqawamat Alharaka Alsha�biya fi falasteen. Chapter in collected work titled Tareekh al-laUnf Fi Mantiqat AlShark Al-Awsdat. pp. 113-137 in Arabic published in History of Nonviolent Resistance in the Arab World, Beirut, Published by Arab Network For Nonviolence Lebanon,
17. Qumsiyeh, MB 2008. Documentary Film Reviews The land speaks Arabic/La Terre Parle Arabe. Holy Land Studies, Volume 7, Number 2, p. 237-238 http://www.palestineonlinestore.com/OLD/films/mazinreview.pdf
16. Qumsiyeh, MB 2005. "Sabra and Shatila: September 1982" Bayan Nuwayhed Al-Hout, 2004, Pluto Press, London, Holy Land Studies, Spring
15. Qumsiyeh, MB "Palestine and Palestinians: Guidebook", Alternative Tourism Group, Beit Sahour, 2005 and "Palestine: A guide", By Mariam Shahin, Photography by George Azar, Interlink Publishing, Northampton, Massachusetts, 2005. The Middle East Journal, Vol. 59, No. 4, Autumn 2005, Pp 699-700. (please do not circulate or print without permission from http://www.mideasti.org)
14. Qumsiyeh, MB and Y. Yilmaz. Cytogenetics. In �Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology� V. T. DeVita, Jr, S. Hellman, S. A. Rosenberg (eds). Philadelphia: Lippinscott, Williams and Wilkins, Inc., Seventh Edition. 2005; pp 34-42.
13. Qumsiyeh, MB, S. G. Adhvaryu, and A. Teebi. Cytogenetics. Pp.20-32 in "Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics," A.Y. Elzouki, H. A. Harfi, H. M. Nazer, Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins, 2001.
12. Qumsiyeh, MB and Peining Li. Molecular Biology of Cancer: Cytogenetics. Pp. 77-90. In �Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology� V. T. DeVita, Jr, S. Hellman, S. A. Rosenberg (eds). Philadelphia: Lippinscott, Williams and Wilkins, Inc., Sixth Edition. 2001.
11. Qumsiyeh, M. B., M. Dasouki, and A. Teebi. Genetics of Palestinians and Jordanians. pp. 227-258 in "Genetic Disorders Among The Arabs" edited by Ahmad S. Teebi and T. A. Farag, Oxford Monographs in Genetics No. 33, Oxford Univ. Press. 1997.
10. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Organization and management of a cytogenetic laboratory in the twenty-first century. Archives De l�Institute Pasteur Tunis, 1997, LXXIV (3/4): 26-27.
9. Fathallah, D. M., K. Dellagi, M. B. Qumsiyeh, and A. S. Teebi. Recent advances in molecular genetics of the Maghreb and the Middle East populations: The first Middle East Genetics Association of America (MEGA) conference. Am. J. Med. Genet. 1998, 78:90-91.
8. Qumsiyeh, MB "Mammals of Arabia" by D. L. Harrison and P. J. Bates. Journal of Mammalogy 1992, 73(1):228-229.
7. Qumsiyeh, MB "Mammals of Algeria" by K. Kowalski and B. Rzebik-Kowalska. Journal of Mammalogy. 1992, 73(2):459-460.
6. Suttle, D. P. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. A reversible selection system for UMP synthase gene amplification and deamplification. Pp. 255-264 in R. Kellem (ed.)Gene Amplification in Mammalian Cells: Techniques and Applications . Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, NY, 543 pp. 1992.
5. Baker, R. J. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Methods in chiropteran mitotic chromosomal studies. Pp. 425-435 In Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats (T. H. Kunz, ed.), Smithsonian Inst. Press, Washington DC. 1988.
4. Baker, R. J., M. B. Qumsiyeh, and C. S. Hood. Role of chromosomal banding patterns in understanding mammalian evolution. Pp. 67-96 in Current Mammalogy, Vol. 1 (H. H. Genoways, ed.), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York. 1987.
3. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and J. K. Jones, Jr. Rhinopoma hardwickii and R. muscatellum. Mammalian Species, American Society of Mammalogists, 1986, 263:1-5.
2. Gharaibeh, B. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Otonycteris hemprichii. Mammalian Species, American Society of Mammalogists. No. 514, pp. 1-4.
1.Schlitter, D. A. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Rhinopoma microphyllum. Mammalian Species, American Society of Mammalogists. 1996, No 542, pp. 1-5, 4 figs.
Peer Reviewd Scientific Publications
122. Qumsiyeh. MB and Amr, ZS. 2016. Protected Areas in the Occupied Palestine Territories. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Vol 3, In press
121. Qumsiyeh, M.B. Fauna of Wadi Al-Quf: Invertebrates. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Volume 3, In Press
120. Qumsiyeh, M.B. Fauna of Wadi Al-Quf: Amphibians, Reptiles and Mammals. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Volume 3, In Press
119. Qumsiyeh, Mazin, Anton Khalilieh, Issa Musa Albaradeiya, and Banan Al-Shaikh 2016. Biodiversity Of Wadi Al-Quf Area, Occupied Palestinian Territories: Challenges And Opportunities. Jordan Journal of Natural History, Volume 3, In Press
118. Handal, EN, Z.S Amr and MB Qumsiyeh. 2016. Some records of reptiles from the Palestinian Territories. Russian Journal of Herpetology. In press.
117. Khlaif, N and MB Qumsiyeh. 2016. Genotoxicity of recycling electronic waste in Idhna, Hebron District, Palestine. International Journal of Environmental Studies. In press
116. Qumsiyeh, MB, M. Najajreh, and E Handal. 2015. Scientific Research as a basis for education and environmental conservation: Examples from Palestinian governorates. Sixth Environmental Conference of the Environmental Education Center. Beit Jala.
115. Amr, Z.S., E.N. Handal, F. Bibi, MH Najajreh, and M.B. Qumsiyeh. 2016. Change of diet of the Eurasian Eagle Owl, Bubo bubo, suggest decline in biodiversity in Wadi Al Makhrour, Bethlehem Governorate, Palestinian Territories. Slovak Raptor Journal. In press.
114. Handal, Elias N., Zuhair Amr, Mazin B. Qumsiyeh. 2016. Some records of Freshwater Snail from the Occupied Palestinian territories. Jordan Journal of Natural History, 1(2):23-29.
113. Abusarhan, Mohammed A., Elias N. Handal, Manal M. Ghattas, Zuhair Amr, and Mazin B. Qumsiyeh 2016. Some records of butterflies (Lepidoptera) from the Palestinian Territories. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, 9(1):11-23.
112. Qumsiyeh, MB. Z Amr, K AbuSrour, and N Al-Fawaghra. 2014. The karyotype of the Diplocentrid Nebo with comments on scorpion chromosomal evolution. Cytologia 79(2):1-4.
111. Qumsiyeh, MB. Z Amr, K AbuSrour, and N Al-Fawaghra. 2014. The karyotype of the Diplocentrid Nebo with comments on scorpion chromosomal evolution. Cytologia 79(2):1-4.
110. Salman, I. M. Salsaa�, and MB Qumsiyeh. 2014. Distribution and Cytogenetics of Amphibians from the occupied Palestinian territories (West Bank of Jordan). Jordan Natural History Journal., 1(1):86-98.
109. Qumsiyeh, Mazin, Sibylle Zavala, and Zuhair Amr. Decline in Vertebrate biodiversity in Bethlehem, Palestine. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences 7(2):101-107.
108. Qumsiyeh M.B, Borqan, H. and Obeid, H. 2014. Cytogenetics and Y chromosome microdeletion analysis for a cohort of Palestinian azoospermic and oligozoospermic men. Jordan Medical Journal, 48(1):34-39.
107. Qumsiyeh, MB 2013. The coming Environmental Nakba. Pp 57-59 in The Third Palestinian Environmental Awareness and Education, Conference. EEC, Bethlehem..
106. Hammad, K. and M.B. Qumsiyeh. 2013. Genotoxic Effects of Israeli Industrial Settlement Pollutants on Palestinian Residents of Bruqeen Village (Salfit). International Journal of Environmental Studies. 70(4):655-662. DOI: 10.1080/00207233.2013.823050
105. Qumsiyeh, MB, I Salman, M Salsaa�, ZS Amr. 2013. Records of scorpions from the Palestinian Territories, with the first chromosomal data (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Zoology in the Middle East, 2013, 59(1), 70-76
104. Qumsiyeh, MB and J. Isaaq. Research and Development in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Challenges and Opportunities. Arab Studies Quarterly. June 2012, 34(3): 158-172.
103. Mrozek, K., A.J. Carroll, K. Maharry, M.W. Rao, S.R. Patil, M.J. Pettenati, M.S. Watson, D. C. Arthur, R. Tantravah, N.A. Heerema, P.R.K. Koduru, A.W. Block, M.B. Qumsiyeh, Colin G. Edwards, Lisa J. Sterling, Kelsi B. Holland, Clara D. Bloomfield. Central review of cytogenetics is necessary for cooperative group correlative and clinical studies of adult acute leukemia: The Cancer and Leukemia Group B experience. International Journal of Oncology 33: 239-244, 2008
102. Caserta, D, Benkhalifa M, Baldi M, Fiorentino F, Qumsiyeh MB, Moscarini M. Genome profiling of ovarian adenocarcinomas using pangenomic BACs microarray comparative genomic hybridization. Mol Cytogenet. 2008 May 20;1(1):10.
101. Rhoden KJ, Unger K, Salvatore G, Yilmaz Y, Vovk V, Chiappetta G, Qumsiyeh MB, Rothstein JL, Fusco A, Santoro M, Zitzelsberger H, Tallini G. RET/PTC rearrangement in non-neoplastic thyrocytes: follicular cells of Hashimoto's thyroiditis share low level recombination events with a subset of papillary carcinoma. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2006; 91: 2040-2042.
100. Amr, Zuhair Sami, Mohammad Adnan Abu Bakr, Mazin Butros Qumsiyeh, Bat Diversity and Conservation in Jordan. Turkish Journal of Zoology, 2006, 30:235-244.
99. Li, Peining, H Z Zhang, S. Huff, M. Nimmakayala, M. Qumsiyeh, J. Yi, A. Szekely, T. Xu, B. R Boper. Karyotype-phenotype insights from 11q14.1-q23.2 interstitial deletions: FZD4 haploinsufficiency and exudative vitreoretinopathy in a patient with a complex chromosome rearrangement. Am J Med Genet. 2006, 140,(24): 2721-2729.
98. Xiang, Bixia, Susan S Hemingway, Mazin Qumsiyeh Peining Li, CytoAccess, a Relational Laboratory Information Management System for a Clinical Cytogenetics Laboratory. J Assoc Genet Technol. 2006, 32(4):168-70.
97. Farag, Sherif S, Kellie J Archer, Krzysztof Mrozek, Amy S Ruppert, Andrew J Carroll, James W Vardiman, Mark J Pettenati, Maria R Baer, Mazin B Qumsiyeh, Prasad R Koduru, Yi Ning, Robert J Mayer, Richard M Stone, Richard A Larson, and Clara D Bloomfield. (Cancer and Leukemia Group B 8461) Pretreatment cytogenetics add to other prognostic factors predicting complete remission and long-term outcome in patients 60 years of age or older with acute myeloid leukemia: results from cancer and leukemia group B 8461. Blood 2006; 108(1):63-73.
96. Yilmaz Y, Lazova R, Qumsiyeh M, Cooper D, Pawelek J. Donor Y chromosome in renal carcinoma cells of a female BMT recipient: visualization of putative BMT-tumor hybrids by FISH. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2005;35(10):1021-1024.
95. Sharif, Fadel A, Yesim Yilmaz, Jeffrey Orell, and Mazin B. Qumsiyeh. A case of Natural Killer Cell Leukemia with Loss of p27/kip1. Leukemia and Lymphoma; 2005; 46(6):919-923.
94. Benkhalifa M, S Kasakyan, P Clement, M Baldi, G Tachdjian. A Demirol, T Gurgam, F Fiorentino, M Mohammad, MB Qumsiyeh. Array comparative genomic hybridization profiling of first trimester products of conception that failed to grow in vitro. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2005; 894-900.
93. Drazinic,, Carolyn M. Adife G. Ercan-Sencicek, Laura M. Gault, Fuki M. Hisama, Mazin B. Qumsiyeh, Norma J. Nowak, Joseph F. Cubells,, and Matthew W. State. Rapid Array-Based Genomic Characterization of a Subtle Structural Abnormality: A Patient with Psychosis and der(18)t(5;18)(p14.1;p11.23). American Journal of Medical Genetics, 2005;134:282-290.
92. Alvero, A. B., M. B. Qumsiyeh, M. Garg, B. M. Kacinski, D. A. Fishman, and E Sapi. Telomerase prolongs the lifespan of normal human ovarian surface epithelial cells without inducing neoplastic phenotype. J. Soc. Gynecol. Exam. 2004, 11: 553-561.
91. Fadare, O, V Parkash, Y Yilmaz, M.R. Mariappan, LL Ma, D Hileeto, MB Qumsiyeh and P Hui. Perivascular epithelioid cell tumor (PEComa) of the uterine cervix associated with intraabdominal "PEComatosis": A clinicopathological study with comparative genomic hybridization analysis. World Journal of Surgical Oncology 2004, 2:35. http://www.wjso.com/content/2/1/35
90. Krikun, G., G. Mor, A. Alvar, S. Gulle, F. Schatz, E. Sapi, M. Rahman, R. Caze, M.B. Qumsiyeh, C. J. Lockwood. A novel immortalized human endometrial stromal cell line with normal progestational response. Endocrinology 2004, 145(5):2291-2296.
89. Benkhalifa M, S Kahraman, MD A Biricik, S Serteyl, E Domez,Y Kumtepe, M B Qumsiyeh. Cytogenetic abnormalities and the failure of development after round spermatid injections. Fertility and Sterility 2004, 81(5):1283-1288.
88. Zhang, HZ, P Li, D Wang, S Huff, M Nimmakayalu, M Qumsiyeh, B Pober. FOXC1 gene deletion is associated with eye abnormalities in ring chromosome 6. Am J Med Genet. 2004, 30;124A(3):280-7
87. Yilmaz, Y., R. Klein, MB Qumsiyeh. Trisomy 6 acquired in lymphoid blast transformation of CML with t(9;22). Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 2003, 145:86-87.
86. Benkhalifa, M., S. Kahraman, D. Caserta, E. Domez, M. B. Qumsiyeh. Morphological and cytogenetic analysis of intact oocytes and blocked zygotes. Prenatal Diagnosis, 2003, 23(5):397-404
85. Hui, P., J. G. Howe, J. Crouch, M. Nimmakayalu, M. B. Qumsiyeh, G. Tallini, S. D. Flynn, B. R. Smith. Real-time quantitative RT-PCR of Cyclin D1 mRNA in mantle cell lymphoma: Comparison with FISH and immunohistochemistry. Leukemia and Lymphoma, 2003, 44(8):1385-1394.
84. Qumsiyeh, MB., S Rafi, C Sarri, M Grigoriadou, J Gyftodimou, E Pandelia, H Laskari , M B Petersen. Double supernumerary isodicentric chromosomes derived from 15 resulting in partial hexasomy. Am J Med Genet. 2003, 116A:356-359.
83. Kone J, Chen W, Savinelli T, Arroyo J, Boyd K, Buchberg A, Wu Y, Nimmakayalu M, Copeland N, Jenkins N, Qumsiyeh M, Hu P, Prescott A, Wu H, Yang L, Roe B, Perkins A. F-MuLV Acceleration of myelomonocytic tumorigenesis in SV40 T antigen transgenic mice is accompanied by retroviral insertion at Fli1 and a novel locus, Fim-4. Leukemia. 2002; 16:1827-1834.
92. Henegariu O, Bray-Ward P, Artan S, Vance GH, Qumsyieh M, Ward DC. Small marker chromosome identification in metaphase and interphase using centromeric multiplex fish (CM-FISH). Lab Invest. 2001, 81(4):475-81.
81. Smith DS. Leone G. DeGregori J. Ahmed MN. Qumsiyeh MB. Nevins JR. Induction of DNA replication in adult rat neurons by deregulation of the retinoblastoma/E2F G1 cell cycle pathway. Cell Growth & Differentiation. 2000, 11(12):625-33.
80. Wolpert, C. M., M. M. Menold, M. P. Bass, M. B. Qumsiyeh, S. L. Donneely, S. Ravan, R. Abramson, H. Wright, L. O. Maddox, J. M. Vance, J. R. Gilbert, M. L. Cuccaro, and M. A. Peroicak-Vance. Three patients with autistic disorder and isodicentric chromosome 15. . Am J Med Genetics. 2000, 96(3): 365-372
79. Qumsiyeh, M.B., K-R. Kim, W. Bradford. Cytogenetics and mechanisms of spontaneous abortions: Increased apoptosis and decreased cellular proliferation in chromosomally abnormal villi. Cytogenet Cell Genet 2000, 88(3-4):230-235.
78. Rafi, S., H. ElGebaly, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. A high incidence of TEL/AML1 fusions accompanying other chromosome abnormalities in childhood B-precursor ALL. Diagnostic Molecular Pathology 2000, 9(4):184-189.
77. Melvin, E.C., T. George, G. Worley, A. Franklin, J. Mackey, K. Viles, N. Shah, C. R. Drake, D. McLone, J. Nye, J. Oakes, C. McLaaughlin, M. L. Walker, P. Peterson, T. Brei, C. Buran, J. Aben, M.B. Qumsiyeh, J. Vance, M.A. Pericack-Vance, M. C. Speer, and the NTD Collaborative Group. Genetic studies of neural tube defects. Pediatr Neurosurg. 2000, 32(1):1-9.
76. Qumsiyeh, M.B., C. Cheng, J. Eyre, K. P. Mann, and X-X Zhang. Tetrasomy 8 evolving into a translocation triplication 8q in a case of acute monocytic leukemia. Cancer Genet & Cytogenet. 2000, 116:10-15.
75. Ahmad, M. N., K. Kim, B. Haddad, A. Berchuck, M. B. Qumsiyeh. Comparative genomic hybridization studies in hydatidiform moles and choriocarcinoma: Amplification of 7q21-q31 and loss of 8p12-p21 in choriocarcinoma. Cancer Genet Cytogenet 2000, 116:10-15.
74. Shen, J.J., D. Mattern, D. S. Millington, S. Hillman, M. D. Feezor, M. J. Bennett, M. B. Qumsiyeh, S. G. Kahler, Y.-T. Chen, and J. L. K. VanHove. Acylcarnitine produced in vitro by cultured fibroblasts of patients with long-chain 3-hydroxyacylcoenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency and other disorders of fatty acid oxidation. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease. 2000, 23(1):27-44.
73. Ahmed, M. N., G. R. DeLong, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Postnatal Developmental delay (PNDD) and chromosome abnormalities. Clinical Pediatrics 2000, 39:233-235.
72. Sen, F., V. Prieto, C. Shea, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Increased incidence of trisomy 8 in AML with skin infiltration: use of FISH in diagnosis of leukemia cutis. Diagnostic Molecular Pathology 2000, 9(4):190-194.
71. Curotti, G., M. Benkhalifa, C. Raybaud, F. Picard, V. Belec, M. B. Qumsiyeh. De novo highly complex chromosome rearrangement (CCR) involving five breakpoints with congenital anomalies analyzed by FISH. Genetic Counseling. 1999, 10:259-264.
70. Zhang, XX, L. J. Robinson, T. T. Stenzel, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Translocation t(15;17)(q22;q12-21) as a secondary chromosomal abnormality in a case of acute monoblastic leukemia with tetrasomy 8. Cancer Genet Cytogenet. 1999, 113:9-13.
69. Powell, J., T. Traweek, M. B. Qumsiyeh, and P. M. Rosoff. A novel chromosomal rearrangement associated with therapy-related acute leukemia. Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1999, 112:173-177.
68. Byrd, J.C., R. Dodge, A. Carroll, M. Baer, C. Edwards, J. Stamburg, M. B. Qumsiyeh, J. O. Moore, R. J. Mayer, R. Larson, C. D. Bloomfield. Patients with t(8;21)(q22;q22) and acute myeloid leukemia have a superior disease free and overall survival when repetitive cycles of high-dose cytarabine are administered: Results from CALGB 8461. J Clin Oncology. 1999, 17:3767-3775.
67. Qumsiyeh, M.B., S. Barker, S. Dover, P. K. Kennedy, and M. P. Kennedy. A potential model for early stages of chromosomal evolution by concentric Robertsonian fans: a large area of polymorphism in southern short-tailed shrews (Blarina carolinensis). Cytogenet. Cell Genet. 1999, 87(1-2):27-31
66. Ashley-Koch, A., C.M. Wolpert, L. Zaeem, M. M. Menold, M. B. Qumsiyeh et al. Genetic studies of autistic disorders and chromosome 7. Genomics. 1999, 61:227-236.
65. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Chromosome abnormalities in the placenta and spontaneous abortions. J. Matern.-Fetal Med. 1998, 7:210-212.
64. Byrd, J.C., D. Laurence, D. C. Arthur, M. J. Pettenati, R. Tantavahi, M. B. Qumsiyeh, J. Stamburg, F. Davey, C. A. Schiffer, C. D. Bloomfield. Patients with isolated trisomy 8 in acute myeloid leukemia are not cured with cytarabine-based chemotherapy: Results from CALGB 8461. Clinical Cancer Research 1998, 4(5):1235-1241.
63. Liao, M-J, X-X Zhang, M. B. Qumsiyeh, and T. Van Dyke. No role for V(D)J recombination in p53-deficient thymic lymphoma. Mol. Cellular Biol. 1998, 18(6):3495-3501.
62. Qumsiyeh, M. B. , Z. S. Amr, R. M. Al-Oran. Further records of bats from Jordan and a synopsis. Turkish J. Zoology. 1998, 22:277-284.
61. Klintworth, G. K., J. Sommer, L. Han, L., G. OBrian, M. N. Ahmed, M. B. Qumsiyeh, et al. Familial subepithelial corneal amyloidosis (gelatinous drop-like corneal dystrophy): Exclusion of linkage to lactoferrin gene. Molecular Vision 1998, 4:31 (www.molvis.org/molvis/v4/p31).
60. Ahmed, M. N., A. P. Killam, K. Thompson, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Unconjugated estriol as an indication for prenatal diagnosis of steroid sulfatase deficiency by in situ hybridization. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 1998, 92:687-689.
59. Adhvaryu, S. G., M. Decker-Phillips, Trisha Peters-Brown, E. Livingstone, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Marker chromosome evolution in a three generation family. Prenatal Diagnosis, 1998, 118:178-181.
58. Heinonen, K., K. Mrozek, D. Lawrence, D. C. Arthur, M. J. Pettenati, J. Stamberg, M. B. Qumsiyeh, R. S. Verma, J. MacCallum, C. A. Schiffer, C. D. Bloomfield. Clinical characteristicsof patients with de novo acute myeloid leukemia and isolated trisomy 11: Cancer and leukemia group B study 8461. Br. J. Haematol. 1998, 101-513-520.
57. Qumsiyeh, M. B., Adhvaryu, S. G., L. Fry-Mehltretter, T. Peters-Brown, and Helen Kay. Discrepancies in cytogenetic findings in chorionic villi. J. Maternal Fetal Medicine, 1997, 6:351-355.
56. Byrd, J.C., R. W. Weiss, D. C. Arthur, D. Shah, M. R. Baer, D. Laurence, F. Davey, E. S. Trikha, A. J. Carroll. R. Tantavahi, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. S. R. Patil, J. Moore, R. J. Mayer, C. A. Scjiffer, C. D. Bloomfield. Extramedullary leukemia adversely affects hematologic complete remission rate and overall survival in patients with t(8;21)(q22;q22): Results from CALGB 8461. J Clin Oncology . 1997, 15(2):466-475.
55. Hinson,T., T. V. Damodaran, X. X. Chang, M. B. Qumsiyeh, M. F. Seldin, and D. L. Quarles. Identification of putative transmembrane receptors homologous to the calcium sensing G-coupled receptor. Genomics. 1997, 45:279-289.
54. DeCastro, C. M., S. M. Rabe, S. D. Langdon, D. E. Fleenor, M. N. Ahmed, M. B. Qumsiyeh, R. E. Kaufman. Genomic structure and chromosomal localization of PE-2 (ERF), a novel ETS factor with potential tumor suppressor properties. Genomics., 1997, 42:200-207.
53. Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. L. Coate, J. A. Peppers, P. K. Kennedy, M. L. Kennedy. Robertsonian chromosomal rearrangements in the short-tailed shrew, Blarina carolinensis in western Tennessee. Cytogenet Cell Genet. 1997, 76:153-158.
52. Benkhalifa, M., Y. Menezo, L. Janny, J. L. Pouly, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Cytogenetics of uncleaved oocytes and arrested zygotes in IVF programs. J. Assisted Repr. & Genetics. 1996, 13(2):140-148.
51. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and J. A. Peppers. Sensitivity and specificity of whole chromosome paint (WCP) probes are correlated with the size of translocated segments. Am. J. Med. Genet., 1996, 65:173.
50. Helali, A. N., A. K. Iafolla, and M. B. Qumsiyeh. A case of duplication of 13q32-->qter with mild phenotype: Patau syndrome and duplications of 13q revisited. J. Med. Genet. 1996, 33:600-602.
49. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Impact of rearrangements on function and position of chromosomes in the interphase nucleus and on human genetic disorders. Chromosome Research, 1995, 3:455-465.
48. Qumsiyeh, M. B., A. Tomasi, and M. M. Taslimi. Short arm deletion and isochromosome 18 formation detected at amniocentesis.J. Med Genet. 1995, 32(12):991-993.
47. Teebi, A. S., M. B. Qumsiyeh, C. H. Meyers-Seifer, M. S. Neyn. Velo-facio-skeletal syndrome in a mother and daughter. Am. J. Med. Genet. 1995, 58: 8-12.
46. Stevens, C. A. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. Syndromal frontonasal dysostosis in a child with a complex translocation involving chromosomes 3, 7, and 11. Am. J. Med. Genet. 1995, 55:494-497.
45. Taiar, N., M. B. Qumsiyeh, J. Poulet, M. Benkhalifa. Delineation of translocation X;Y using DNA probes. Ann. Genet. 1995, 38(2):102-105.
44. Johnson, D. W., M. B. Qumsiyeh, M. Benkhalifa, and D. Marchuk. Assignment of human transforming growth factor type I and type III receptor genes (TGFR1 and TGFR3) to 1p32-33 and 9q33q34. Genomics, 1995, 28:356-357.
43. Benkhalifa, M., P. Malet, M. B. Qumsiyeh, D. Boucher, V. Belliec, Y. Menzo. Chromosome aberrations in normal and translocated human sperm: role in reproduction pathology. Referens. Geneo. Obstet. 1994, 2(3):288-296.
42. Qumsiyeh, Mazin B. 1994. Evolution of Number and Morphology of Mammalian Chromosomes. J Hered. 85 (6): 455-465.
41. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and J. W. Bickham. Chromosomes and relationships of long eared bats of the genera Plecotus and Otonycteris. Journal of Mammalogy. 1993, 74(2):376-382.
40. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Distal limb anomalies, Robin sequence and deletions in 4q31-->qter (letter to the editor). Am. J. Med. Genet. 1993, 49:255.
39. Qumsiyeh, M. B., and C. A. Stevens. Two siblings with different phenotypes due to adjacent-1 segregation of a submicroscopic translocation t(4;5)(p16.3;p15.31)mat. Am. J. Med. Genet. 1993, 47:387-391.
38. Amr, Z. S. and Qumsiyeh, M. B. Records of bat flies from Jordan, Libya, and Algeria. Entomological News. 1993, 104(1):43-46.
37. Qumsiyeh, M. B., Z. S. Amr, and D. M. Shafi. Status and conservation of the carnivores of Jordan (Mammalia: Carnivora). Mammalia. 1993, 57(1):55-62.
36. Qumsiyeh, M. B. S. Goorha, and D. P. Suttle. Gene amplification and chromosome rearrangements: a study of a single cell lineage selected for amplification and deamplification of the UMP synthase gene. Cytogenetics Cell Genet., 1993, 62:162-168.
35. Qumsiyeh, M. B., Z. S. Amr, and A. M. Disi. Systematics and distribution of the bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) of Jordan. Dirasat (Jordan Univ. Publications). 1992, 9B(2):101-118.
34. Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. D. Dalton, P. L. Gordon, R. S. Wilroy, and A. T. Tharapel. Response to Zelante et al. American Journal of Medical Genetics. 1992, 44:846.
33. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and S. A. Tharapel. Detection of trisomy 12 in chronic lymphocytic leukemia using fluorescence in situ hybridization. Leukemia. 1992, 6(6): 602-605.
32. Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. D. Dalton, P. L. Gordon, R. S. Wilroy, and A. T. Tharapel. Deletion of chromosome 15pter->q11.2 due to t(Y;15) in a boy with Prader-Willi syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics 1992, 42:109-111.
31. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Karyotype of the East European hedgehog, Erinaceus concolor from Jordan. Zeitschrift f�r S�ugetierkundliche. 1991, 56:375-377.
30. Tharapel, S. A., M. B. Qumsiyeh, and G. Photopulos. Numerical chromosome abnormalities associated with early clinical stages of gynecologic tumors. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics. 1991, 55:89-96.
29. Tharapel, A. T., M. B. Qumsiyeh, P. R. Martens, S. A. Tharapel, J. D. Dalton, J. C. Ward, and R. S. Wilroy. Identification of the origins of centromeres in whole-arm translocations using fluorescent in situ hybridization with alpha satellite DNA probes. American Journal of Medical Genetics. 1991, 40: 117-120.
28. Qumsiyeh, M.B., E. D. Dempster, M. J. Hamilton and R. J. Baker. Cytogenetics and systematics of the rodent genus Gerbillurus. Journal of Mammalogy, 1991, 72(1):89-96.
27. Qumsiyeh, M. B., J. N. Peeden, R. S. Wilroy, and A. T. Tharapel. High resolution replication banding combined with in situ hybridization for the delineation of a subtle chromosome rearrangement. American Journal of Medical Genetics. 1991, 41:99-101.
26. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and Z. S. Amr. Mammals of Jordan: Rodents. Al-Reem (Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature). 1991, 44:19-20. In Arabic.
25. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. Cytogenetic data on the rodent family Gerbillidae. Occasional Papers of the Museum, Texas Tech University 1991, 144:1-20.
24. Qumsiyeh, M. B. On the nature of controversies in evolutionary biology. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 33(3):421-430. 1990
23. Qumsiyeh, M. B., A. T. Tharapel, L. P. Shulman, S. E. Elias, and J. L. Simpson. Anaphase lag as the most likely mechanism for monosomy X in direct cytotrophoblasts but not in mesenchymal core cells from the same villi. Journal of Medical Genetics, 1990, 27:780-781.
22. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. P. Suttle. Localization of the adenosine deaminase, transferrin, and UMP synthetase genes on Chinese hamster chromosomes 4 and 6 by in situ hybridization. Journal of Heredity, 1990, 81(2):111-116.
21. Pivnick, E. K., M. B. Qumsiyeh, A. T. Tharapel, J. B. Summitt, R. S. Wilroy. Partial duplication of the long arm of chromosome 6: a clinically recognizable syndrome. Journal of Medical Genetics, 1990, 27:523-526.
20 Qumsiyeh, M. B., S.W. King, J. Arroyo-Cabrales, I. R. Aggundey, D. A. Schlitter, R. J. Baker, and K.J. Morrow. Complex chromosomal and immunological evolution in the morphologically similar species of murid rodents of the Mastomys/Praomys Complex. Journal of Heredity, 1990, 81(1):58-65.
19. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. P. Suttle. Cytogenetic analysis of amplification and deamplification of UMP synthase gene in Chinese hamster cells. Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics, 1989, 15:503-512.
18. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Chromosomal fissions and phylogenetic hypotheses: Cytogenetic and allozymic variation between species of Meriones (Rodentia, Gerbillidae).Occasional Papers of the Musuem, Texas Tech Univ., 1989, 132:1-16.
17. Qumsiyeh, M. B., M. B. Valentine, and D. P. Suttle. Localization of the gene for uridine monophosphate synthase to human chromosome region 3q13 by in situ hybridization. Genomics, 1989, 5:160-162.
16. Baker, R. J., M. B. Qumsiyeh, and I. L. Rautenbach. Evidence for eight tandem and five centric fusions in the karyotype of Aethomys namaquensis. Genetica, 1988, 76:161-169.
15. Qumsiyeh, M. B., R. D. Owen, and R. K. Chesser. Differential rates of protein and chromosome evolution in bats of the family Rhinolophidae.Genome, 1988, 30:326-335.
14. Qumsiyeh, M. B., R. J. Baker, S. Davis, J. C. Patton, and C. S. Hernandez. Chromosomal evolution in Geomys as revealed by G- and C-band studies. Southwestern Naturalist , 1988, 33(1):1-13.
13. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Pattern of heterochromatic variation and phylogeny in the rodent family Gerbillidae. Texas Journal of Science, 1988, 40:63-70.
12. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. J. Baker. Comparative cytogenetics and the determination of primitive karyotypes. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 1988, 47:100-103
11. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. K. Chesser. Rates of protein, chromosome, and morphologic evolution in four genera of Rhombomyine gerbils. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 1988, 16(1):89-103.
10. Owen, R. D. and M. B. Qumsiyeh. The subspecies problem in the trident leaf-nosed bat, Asellia tridens: homomorphism in widely separated populations. Zeitschrift f�r S�ugetierkunde, 1987, 6:329-337.
9. Qumsiyeh, M. B., M. J. Hamilton, and D. A. Schlitter. Problems of using Robertsonian rearrangements in determining monophyly: examples from the genera Tatera and Gerbillurus.Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics, 1987, 44:198-208.
8. Schlitter, D. A., I. R. Aggundey, M. B. Qumsiyeh, K. Nelson, and R. L. Honeycutt. Taxonomic and distributional records on bats from Kenya. Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1986, 55(12):297-302.
7. Qumsiyeh, M. B., D. A. Schlitter, and A. M. Disi. New records and karyotypes of small mammals from Jordan. Zeitschrift f�r S�ugetierkunde, 1986, 51:139-146.
6. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Phylogenetic studies of the rodent family Gerbillidae: I. Chromosomal evolution in the southern African group. Journal of Mammalogy, 1986, 67:680-692.
5. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and R. J. Baker. G- and C-banded karyotypes of the Rhinopomatidae (Microchiroptera). Journal of Mammalogy, 1985, 66:541-544.
4. Qumsiyeh, M. B. Occurrence and zoogeographical implications of Myotis blythi (Tomes, 1857) in Libya. Mammalia (Paris), 1983, 47(3):429-430.
3. Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. The bat fauna of Jabal al Akhdar, North East Libya. Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1982, 51(19):377-389.
2.Qumsiyeh, M. B. and D. A. Schlitter. Bat records from Mauritania, Africa (Mammalia: Chiroptera). Annals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1981, 50(13):345-351.
1.Qumsiyeh, M. B. New records of bats from Jordan.S�ugetierk. Mitt. 1980, 28(1): 36-39.
Sept. 2016-April 2017. Empowering Youth in Environmental Stewardship. US Consulate, $19,700.
Sept. 2016-April 2017. Models of sustainability at Bethlehem University. Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI). Cad $ 15,538
June-August 2016. Environmental Conservation and protected areas in Palestine: Challenges and Opportunities. The Hanns Seidel Foundation (Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung), Report available xii+159 pp.
June 2016 Culture of Resistance grant for workshops on Sumud and sustainable living. $3000.
2015 Telemachus Foundation To Empower The Poor And End War 549 N Cortez St Salt Lake City, UT (pilot project for biodiversity/permaculture) $16,300
2015-2016 ERASMUS mobility grant Sienna University in Italy with us at Bethlehem University for exchange of Scholars (Prof. Qumsiyeh travel to Italy April 2016).
2014-2015 Received donations for our new museum at Bethlehem University through personal contacts with donors to cover particular operational csts and small projects. Total $23,000 for fiscal year 2014-5
2013 IUCN: Faunal Survey of Wadi Al-Quf, Hebron Governorate (first preparatory study for a Palestinain administered national park).
2010 UNESCO: Survey of Status of Research and Development in Palestine. In collaboration with Applied Research Institute of Jerusalem and Ministry of Higher Education.
1996-99 Carolinas and Ohio Science Education Network: Support for undergraduate student fellows (two months in lab plus supplies).
1996-1998 Co-investigator on four Duke University Medical Center Grants to perform cytogenetic studies for areas ranging from toxicology testing to gene mapping of human disease.
1996-Date Miscellaneous contracts ranging from $500-6,000 each for collaborative research and contractual arrangements in areas of gene mapping, mammalian cytogenetics, ordering YACs, cell culture, etc.
1997-98 Funding from small research grant support, Duke University Medical Center,
project to collect preliminary data on position and structure of chromosomes in interphase nucleus ($7,500).
1996-98 Funding for a postdoctoral fellow (H. El-Gebaly, MD) for research funding from Ain Shams University Faculty of Medicine. Covers salary and small supplies ($8,500).
1995 Contract for services and consultation, LABCORP (Formerly Roche Diagnostic labs). Variable amounts.
1995 Funding for a postdoctoral fellow (M. N. Ahmed, MD) for research on microcytogenetic syndromes, funding from the US/Egyptian Joint Channel System covers salary and small supplies ($8,500).
1994 $60,000 from Duke University Research funds to initiate in situ hybridization methodologies (start-up funds for R&D).
1993 $1500 from the River Valley chapter of the March of Dimes on Development of methodology in clinical microcytogenetic..
1990 $300,000--UMP synthase gene amplification and deamplification. VA grant. D. P. Suttle (Principle Investigator), M. Qumsiyeh (Collaborator).
1984 $491--American Society of Mammalogists Grants-in-aid of research for project on G- and C-band studies of the Gerbillidae.
1983 $3,000--The Museum, Texas Tech University. Grant for trip to Jordan to collect data for research and exhibits.
1981 $200--Sigma Xi (Scientific Society). Grants in aid of research.
1980 $600--Explorer's Club of New York Exploration Fund.
1980 $4,000--Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Richard King Mellon acquisition fund to collect small mammals in North Africa.
Selected Writing and Publications on issues of Palestine (from over 300)
Beauty in Diversity. Critical Muslim, London, in press.
Palestinians do have options for change and resistance October 2013
Biology of Peace, Chapter in Book on Why Peace, edited by Mark Guttman. 2012.
Pathways to Peace: Academic Outlooks on the Israeli-Palestinian Peace process. Dr. Moises Salinas and Dr. Hazza Abu Rabi. Cambria Press. 2012.
How Schneller School Made A Difference in Palestine, appeared in German in a book edited by Ulrich Kadelbach, 2011
Where commemoration meets celebration, This Week in Palestine, October 2011
Where is the Palestinian Gandhi, The Link - Volume 43, Issue 3, July - August 2010
Standing Up to the Bulldozers in Palestine, Huffington Post 25 May 2010
Relativity, Palestine Telegraph, 23 August 2009.
Role of Palestinians in Diaspora: Palestinian activism in the US (in Arabic) Haq AlAwda Feb 2009 http://www.badil.org/Arabic-Web/haq-alawda/articles07.htm
My Personal Journey to Palestine, Spring 2009, published in North Carolina Peace Action Newsletter.
The Gaza Ghetto Uprising, January 10-12, 2009 Published in The Star (Jordan), Palestine Chronicle,
Turkish Weekly, MR Zine Monthly Review, and Global Research
Christmas under occupation: U.S. hands off the little town of Bethlehem, San Francisco Bayview (National Black Newspaper) December 24, 2008
First Sign of No Change: Obama Chooses his Chief of Staff, Online Journal and also Palestine Chronicle 7 Nov 2008
One State as the ideal road to peace (with Sam Leibowitz) Online Journal, Common Dreams, and Daily New Egypt, Nov 16, 2008
The US versus Obama, McCain, and AIPAC, June 08 published in Online Journal and in Palestine Chronicle.
Why we do not celebrate Israel, 5/20/08, Final Call
The Next 60 years for Palestine. Palestine-Israel Journal, 2008 15 (1,2): 181-186. http://www.pij.org/current.php?id=66
Bush in Palestine, New Haven Register 1/10/08
Palestinian Refugees at the center again, Teaneck Suburbanite, May 18, 2007
Zionism Keeps Israelis and Palestinians Apart, Eagle Tribune 1/16/07
Serving foreign interests, 22 July 2006 Dissident Voice
Boycott Israel, Global Agenda Magazine (World Economic Forum), caused controversy, 1/2006
published in Spanish http://www.voltairenet.org/article134924.html
and in French at http://www.voltairenet.org/article134696.html
US public interest and the Palestinian elections, 1/23/06 Dissident Voice
Connecting the dots: IRAQ & PALESTINE,
published in Spanish at 9/25/05 Milli Gazette and Nodo 50
It is also available in German as Die Israelische Lobby und der Irak-Krieg
Interview with Share International Sept 2005
also published here http://www.anis-online.de/pages/_1-ebene/AndreasRoom.htm#mazin
Palestine still the issue, Vermont Guardian 8/19/05
The Passion of Zionism, Jordan Times 3/18/04
Arafat didn't block peace in the Middle East, New Haven Register 11/18/04
Their dog-eat-dog world, Published in Al-Ahram 9/4/2004
Time to apply South Africa remedy to Israel, New Haven Register 7/27/04
Only Justice Brings Peace, Jordan Times 2/4/2004
How reality is distorted, Jordan Times 1/6/04 and Hartford Courant
The International Intifada, Q News
While Human Rights Ignored, Peace is impossible, New Haven Register 5/19/03
Spoils and toils of war, Jordan Times 7/28/2003
Shame, revulsion, and sadness, Jerusalem Post, Nov. 17, 2002
The Cucumber and the Cactus, Northeast Magazine, 11/3/02 (7700 word, in-depth article)
A two-state solution won't work, Daily Star (Lebanon) , 8/31/2002
Beyond Rage in the Middle East, Boston Globe 8/22/2002
Finding Truth necessary for world to heal, New Haven Register 11/1/01
Arabs and Palestinians on September 11, 9/14/01 Continua Magazine (Yale University)
Genetic healthcare in the Middle East. Arab Students' Journal, January 27, 2001.
Israeli attempts to destroy International Law, Hartford Courant 1/23/01
A Season of Mayhem, Boston Globe 1/4/01
100 years of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim stereotyping, The Prism (NC) Jan 98
Zionist position fails to recognize other side, Duke Chronicle 3/6/1998
Israelis, Palestinians must search for justice, Duke Chronicle 9/11/1997
Also Published over 400 letters to the editor and was interviewed on an ongoing basis by various media outlets (ranging from local papers to national and international media to the Associated Press and other wire services).
Also Published over 400 letters to the editor and was interviewed over 300 times by various media outlets (ranging from local papers to national and international media to the Associated Press and other wire services).
Areej Darwish. Masters in Biotechnology at Bethlehem University. Correlations of laboratory tests in multiple myeloma. 2012.
Khloud Hammad. Masters in Biotechnology at Bethlehem University. Genotoxic Effects of Israeli Industrial Settlement Pollutants on Palestinian Residents of Bruqeen Village (Salfit). 2011
Haya Borqan, Masters in Biotechnology at Bethlehem University. Cytogenetic and Y chromosome microdeletion analyses for a cohort of azoospermic and oligospermic men in the Hebron District. 2011
Mohammad A. Salahat. Two Novel BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations in Palestinian Women Affected with Breast Cancer . Coadvisor, 2012
Yesim Yilmaz, MD Fellow in cytogenetics. July 2001- May 2004.
Peining Li, Ph.D. Fellow in cytogenetics. January, 2000- Feb 2001.
Manjunath Nimmakayalu, Ph.D. Fellow in cytogenetics. January, 2000-date.
Kyu-Rae Kim, MD, visitor from South Korea for research on Ob/Gyn pathology and genetics. From July 1997 to June 1998. Currently faculty member, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, S. Korea.
Xiao-Xiang Zhang, MD,PhD, for research & certification by the ABMG in Clinical Cytogenetics, July 1996 to July 1998. Currently FACMG, Asst. Lab Director, Smith Kline Labs, California.
Howida Hosny El-Gebaly, M.D. for research & certification by the ABMG in Clinical Cytogenetics, April 1996 to April 1998. Currently faculty at Ain Shams Univ., Egypt.
Shannon Dover, senior biology major, COSEN fellow, for summer research experience, paper published. July-Sept. 1997.
Mohamed Nagy Ahmed, M.D. for research & certification by the ABMG in Clinical Cytogenetics, July 1995 to July 1997.
Siddharth Adhvaryu, Ph.D. April 1994-June, 1996. Presently FACMG, Director of Cytogenetics, Center for Genetic Services, Corpus Christi, TX.
Jessie Levine, Ph.D. for certification by the ABMG in Clinical Cytogenetics. April 1994 to November, 1995.
Jennifer L. Coate, senior biology major, COSEN fellow, for summer research experience, paper published. July-Sept. 1996.
Ayman Al Sulaiman, Technologist from Saudi Arabia for training in cytogenetics (Saudi/DUMC agreements), July 1995 to July 1996. Presently senior tech in Saudi Arabia.
Nasser Al Helali, M.D. for research in cytogenetics and for ABMG in Clin. Genetics, January 1994 to January, 1996. Presently practices in Saudi Arabia.
Amal Atared, technologist from Saudi Arabia for training in cytogenetics (Saudi/DUMC agreements), March 1996. Presently back in Saudi Arabia.
Hui-Min Li, RN. Genetic counselor from Taiwan for training in cytogenetics, Feb-March 1996.
Trained and supervised numerous fellows and residents for short (1 week) to intermediate (1 month) training in genetics and cytogenetics.
Social Courage Award from the Peace and Justice Studies Association at the Joint Conference of PJSA and the Gandhi King Conference in October, 2011 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Honored among "the writers who have enriched our pages with their creative writings and enlightened us with their progressive thinking" by Arab World Books, March 2008.
Activism Award, Middle East Crisis Committee and Al-Awda- CT, 2005
Recognized by the American Friends Service Committee AFSC Connecticut chapter on June 10, 2004.
Raymond Jallow Activism Award, American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee, 1997.
Outstanding graduate student teaching award, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University, 1984.
University of Connecticut scholarship for outstanding graduate students, 1979.
Royal award for best student in the biology department at the graduation ceremony of 1978, Jordan University.
Jordan Ministry of Education scholarship for an undergraduate study at Jordan University covering all expenses.
Selected Recent Talks Given on Human Rights
from over 400 in the past five years alone (Another >100 seminars given on areas like environmental conservation and genetics)
�Future of health care under occupation: opportunities and challenges� Keynote address to East Jerusalem Hospitals Network ( EJHN) annual convention, 3 Dec 2015
�Palestinian Popular Resistance� and �Identity� in Ubud Readers and Writers Festival, Bali, Indonesia www.ubudwritersfestival.com 28 October � 1 November 2015
�Role of Palestinian Christians in peacebuilding� Holy Land Ecumenical Foundation Annual Convention, Washington DC 17 October 2015
�Activism fr Palestine� Gasson Hall, Boston College 18 October 2015
"Rethinking the Middle East and the role of the USA: Imagining peace with justice" First Baptist Church, 633 Centre St., Jamaica Plain 18 October 2015
�Which way WANA (West Asia and North Africa)� Rhodes Forum, Greece 10 October 2015
�Building a Palestine museum of natural history under politically difficult circumstances� Zoologische Staatssammlung Muenchen. Munich. June 22
�Scientific research under politically difficult circumstances" Munich Rachel Carson Center June 22
�Sharing the Land of Canaan: the future after apartheid and conflict� Lecture in Arabic, Leipzig University Institute of Oriental Studies June 24 2015
"Palestine Museum of Natural History: addressing biodiversity, environmental conservation and sustainability in a politically unstable environment" Berlin Museum f�r Naturkunde June 25
�Kanaan: Ein Gemeinsames Land� Frankfurt Club Voltaire http://www.club-voltaire.de/June 25
�Kanaan: Ein Gemeinsames Land� The community hall of St. Bonifatius Church, Heidelberg June 27,
�Kanaan: Ein Gemeinsames Land� 28 June Caf� Palestine Zurich, www.cafepalestine.ch
�Human Rights, Palestinian Resistance and Empowerment, � Tao Sangha Zentrum, Annagasse, 1 July
�Environmental challenges of occupation/ Environment�lne v�zvy okup�cie (15mins) Peacebuilding resolution in Palestine/ Rie�enie budovania mieru V Palest�ne (15 mins). Activism and volunteers�efforts/ Aktivizmus a �silie dobrovoľn�kov (15 mins).� Address: Čajov� Dom (Čajkaf�), Radlinsk�ho 24/A. Bratislava, Slovakia 2 July 2015
Lecture on my book at the Austo-Arab Society, Vienna , then talks to local Palestinian community, then informal discussion with the BDS group 3 July
- Dec 15, 2004 Hebrew Academy, Temple Mishkan Israel, Woodbridge, CT
- Jan 31, 2005 Master's Tea and Talk: �Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle� with Author, Calhoun College, Yale University
- Feb 24 2005 Focus on the Media, Al-Najah University, Nablus
- April 28th Palestinian Right of Return, Univ Illinois, Urbana
- "The One State Solution," knowjusticeknowpeace.org conference in Houston, TX 4/30/05
- Global awareness forum: seeds of war, seeds of peace (with Al-Marder) Naugatuck Community College, 5/12/05
- Presentation hosted by Palestine American Congress, Patterson, New Jersey, 6/5/05
- Monday, October 10 Idaho State University, Pocatello
- Wed., April 19, 2006 Colorado State University
- May 22, 2006 Quale futuro per Palestina e Israele? Casa delle Culture, Rome, Italy
- May 27, 2006 Part of Panel on divestments, boycotts, and sanctions at the European Coordinatng Meeting on Palestine, Geneva, Switzerland
- June 28, 2006 Invited to speake by ISTAME (Papandreas) Institute representin Greek PASOK party at University of Athens
- Sept 20, 2006 The Israeli Invasions of Gaza, Lebanon, and Nablus: Eyewitness Reporting and discussion on the Mideast Conflict. Western Connecticut State Univesrity, Danbury (hosted by student groups and Danbury Peace Coalitions)
- October 10, 2006 Alfred University, Four classes given
- October 24 7-9 pm William Patterson university
- November 27, 2006 Juniata College, PA (80-100 students and faculy attended)
- Dec 5, 2006 "Cnfronting Zionism in Palestine and the US", with Joel Kovel at Bard College, NY
- Jan 4 Gave talks to 4 classes at Andover Highschool, Andover, MA
- July 18 Formal Talk to Teachers in Bethlehem district organized by teachers' union, Bethlehem Hotel
- July 19 Media and mass Communications, Al-Najah University, Nablus
- July 28 2 PM Formal Talk to Birzeit University summer program for Internationals
- Sept 16, 2007 University oF Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT
- 17 October, The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London http://www.soas.ac.uk/
- Feb 12, 2008, Brown University, RI "Terrorism, the United States, and the centrality of the struggle against Israeli Apartheid"
- Feb 14th, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut "Terrorism, the United States, and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle"
- Feb 28 Social History, Washington State University, Vancouver, WA
- Feb 28 Economic Geography, Washington State University, Vancouver, WA
- Mar 4, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
- Mar 10, Lewis Clark College, Portland, OR
- March 15: Raleigh talk to Muslim Public Affairs Council annual banquet (350 in attendance)
- March 31st 2008 "Terrorism, the US, and the Centrality of the Israel/Palestine Question: Can Peace be Based on Human Rights and International Law?" George Mason University, School of Law, http://www.law.gmu.edu/news/2008/925 Arlington, VA (heavily
- April 30, 2008, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT on panel Occupation and Resistance: Contextualizing Conflict in Northern Ireland, Palestine, and Hawai`i
- May 1st Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA Film Screening: "La Terre Parle Arabe" and Discussion with Dr. Mazin QumsiyehSponsored by Harvard Nakba Cmmittee, PSC (FAS) and Palestine Awareness Committee (HKS)
- May 4, 2008 Are Boycott and Divestment Legitimate Strategies to End the Israel Occupation of Palestine? PANEL: Susanne Hoder: Interfaith Peace Initiative, Providence, RI, Norton Mezvinsky: Author, Professor of History, CCSU, Mazin Qumsiyeh: Author, Scientist, Human Rights Activist, Chengiah Ragaven: CCSU Instructor; ANC Activist, S.Africa
- May 11, 2008 Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church, 7127 Bee Cave Rd., Austin, TX, The Nakba and the plight of native Christians and Muslims in Palestine
- 16 Sept 2008 Sharing the Land of Canaan: a durable peace based on coexistance and equality in one country, Alternative Information Center, Beit Sahour
- Oct 15, 2008 "The Democratic Alternative and the One State Solution." Lecture via video conference, Laterna Hall, Gaza City. Hosted by ODSG
- October 22, 2008 "A rights-based approach to a durable peace: how discriminatory laws hinder peace and how the Universal Declaration of Human Rights does matter" AFSC Ramallah
Conference on Dual Occupations of Iraq and Palestine, MIT, Cambridge, MA see http://www.tari.org/Events/conference_dual_occupations.htm 11/06/04
- Panel: "Examining National Identity: Nationalism or Transnationalism?" International House, University of Chicago, http://scme.uchicago.edu/events.htm 11/10/04
- 11/12/04 The Israel-Palestine Conflict Panel with Diane Balser, Ehud Eran, Segev (Israeli Consulate), U New Hampshire
- Keynote speech as anti-war conference, ctunitedforpeace.org, 11/20/04
- Newtown Highschool, Newtown, CT presentation 11/23/04
- Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT 11/23/04
- Montclaire State University, Montclaire, NJ 11/29/04 http://www.bergenaction.net/
- Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ evening presentation (110 attended) 11/30/04
- St. Peters College, Jersey City, NJ 12/1/04
- War on Terrorism panel, Tunxis Community College, Farmington, CT (>100 attended) 12/2/04
- Gave presentation to class on Israel and Peace, Hebrew Academy, Temple Mishkan Israel, Woodbridge, CT 12/15/04
- Why we should divest from Israel, Union Theological Seminary, New York 3 Jan 2005
- Master's Tea and Talk: �Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle� with Author, Calhoun College, Yale University, 1/31/05
- Palestine is still the issue, Talk at Westchester Community College, NY (sponsored by Arab Students group and WESPAC) 2/15/05
- 4/25/05 University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
- April 28th,�Palestinian Right of Return� Univ Illinois, Urbana
- October 18, Cheyyenne Community College, Wyoming
- April 4, 2006 Post University, Waterbury
- April 19, 2006 Colorado State University
- April 22, 2006 PAC Banquet, North Haven, CT (introducing Dr. Afif Safieh)
- April 29, 2006 Media and outreach workshop at Palestinian American Congress, Richmond, VA
- May 1, 2006 May day events, New Haven, CT
- May 12 and 13, 2006 Seminars given in Biella, Italy at the invitation of ISM-Italia and local Italian authorities including Biella municipality
- Milan with Dr. Ilan Pappe
- May 22, 2006 Quale futuro per Palestina e Israele? Casa delle Culture, Rome, Italy
- May 23, 2006 Talk at Milan, Italy
- May 24, 2006 Parma, Italy
- May 25, 2006 Varese, Italy
- October 17, 2006, Corning Community College classes
- October 24 William Patterson university
- October 29,Harvard University
- November 2, Wesleyan University, Middletwon, CT
- November 4, Smith College, Northampton, MA
- Nov. 6, 2006, 3:30, Class at Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT
- Nov. 6, 2006, evening, Western Connecticut State University, Public Event
- Nov. 7, 2006, Western Connecticut State University
- July 19 2007, Formal Talk on Media and mass Communications, Al-Najah University, Nablus
- Sept 16, 2007 University oF Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT
- 17 October, The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London http://www.soas.ac.uk/
- October 18-21, 2007 Conflicts Forum of London (conflictsforum.org) hosts a workshop on title "Mobilisation Project: To produce a detailed action blueprint for contesting uses of power and identity that contribute to polarization between Muslims and the West". By invitation only.
- October 24, 2007 Hofstra University Dialogue Dr. Qumsiyeh and Dr. Himmelfarb (for Hofstra Students and Faculty)
- November 1 Wellsely college
- Feb 12, 2008, Brown University, RI "Terrorism, the United States, and the centrality of the struggle against Israeli Apartheid"
- Feb 14th, University of Connecticut "Terrorism, the United States, and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle"
- Feb 25 Evergreen College, Olympia, WA, Invited by SESAME
- Feb 26 Centralia College
- Feb 28 Washington State University, Vancouver, WA
- Mar 4, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
- Mar 5, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR
- Mar 7, Portland Community College, Cascade
- March 15: Raleigh talk to Muslim Public Affairs Council annual banquet (350 in attendance)
- April 28, Western CT state University, Danbury, Connecticut speak to two classes
- April 30, 2008, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT Occupation and Resistance: Contextualizing Conflict in Northern Ireland, Palestine, and Hawai`i
Professor Bruce Masters and J. Kehaulani Kauanui of Wesleyan along with
Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh from Wheels of Justice on a panel that draws
connections between the conflicts in Northern Ireland, Hawaii, and
- May 1st Harvard Kennedy Schoolof Government, Cambridge, MA Film Screening: "La Terre Parle Arabe" and Discussion
- May 10, 2008, St. Edward's University, 3001 S. Congress, Palestine/Israel: From the Catastrophe- Hope, Sponsored by the Interfaith Community for Palestinian Rights www.icpr-austin.org
- June 22-24 York University Conference http://www.yorku.ca/ipconf/
- June 25-29 Pittsburgh Conference
- July 19 AIC Political Camp email@example.com
- 5 January 2010 NATO Defense College, Roma, Italy, http://www.ndc.nato.int/news/current_news.php?icode=119
- July 12, 2010, An-Najah University, 12-2 pm, as part of the Leadership Training Institute (LTI 2010) on popular resistance
- 17 November 2010, Nonviolence Resistance, Center of Interreligious Encounter arranged by Holy Land Trust
- 20 November 2010, US Role in the Palestinian-Israeli struggle, Alternative Information Center, Beit Sahour
- 5 January 2011 NATO Defense College, Roma, Italy