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Ikram Salah

Country of origin: Palestine Currently in: Palestine, Bethlehem General field of specialization: Interdisciplinary
Academic Background

Degrees

2018 Doctorate Interdisciplinary
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Interdisciplinary

Disease Ecology and Epidemiology of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania tropica in Palestine


Publications resulting from Research: 


Salah, I., Khalilieh, A., and Kotler. B., (2020). Patch use and site selection by a rock hyrax (Procavia capensis) in human dominated landscape in the West Bank of Palestine. Mammalia, Accepted on February 18, 2020.

Salah, I., Abbasi, I., Warburg, A., Davidovitch, N., & Kotler, B. (2020). Ecology of Leishmaniasis in an urbanized landscape: Relationship of sand fly densities, and Leishmania tropica infection rates with reservoir host colonies. Acta Tropica, 105332.

Salah, I., Abbasi, I., Warburg, A., Davidovitch, N. and Kotler, B., 2019. The spatial and temporal distribution, species composition, and host preference of phlebotomine sand flies in the Bethlehem District of Palestine. Acta Tropica, p.105327.

Abbasi, I., de Queiroz, A.T.L., Kirstein, O.D., Nasereddin, A., Horwitz, B.Z., Hailu, A., Salah, I., Mota, T.F., Fraga, D.B.M., Veras, P.S.T. and Poche, D., 2018. Plant-feeding phlebotomine sand flies, vectors of leishmaniasis, prefer Cannabis sativa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(46), pp.11790-11795.

Al-Jawabreh, A., Dumaidi, K., Ereqat, S., Al-Jawabreh, H., Nasereddin, A., Azmi, K., Barghuthy, F., Sawalha, S., Salah, I., and Abdeen, Z., 2017. Molecular epidemiology of human cutaneous leishmaniasis in Jericho and its vicinity in Palestine from 1994 to 2015. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 50, pp.95-101.