Pharmacology I, II, & III and Pharmacology lab.
Therapeutics I & II and Therapeutics lab
Physiology I & II and Physiology lab
Receptor theory-computor simulation and experimental evaluation of drug-receptor interaction
Evaluation of pure compounds for potential wound-healing and hypoglycemic effect
Evaluation of anti-arthritic and anti-fertility effects of plant extracts
Assessment of patient perspective and expectations of health care professionals & the role of the health care professionals in optimizing clinical outcomes
SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS
Ranked the First and named on the honor list in the course of military sciences in Jordan University of Science and Technology for the academic year 1993/1994
Ranked the First among the 56 graduates of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Jordan Univeristy of Science and Technology for the first semester of the academic year 1997/1998.
Five certificates of excellence from JUST
TOEFL score of 620 in Sep., 1997
GRE score of 1890 (760 analytical, 750 math) in July, 1999
Passed the Test of Spoken English (TSE) in the year 2000.
Scholarship for PhD program from the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of Houston, Texas
Ranked the first in the PhD program in Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of Houston, Texas in 2003, with a GPA of 4.0.
GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION
Partially supervised the following master students (all at University of Jordan)
A member in the examination committe for the following master students
Khawla Mohemed Abu Hamour. A prospective randomized controlled trial to investigate the impact of pharmaceutical care on reducing drug related problems in hospitalized patients (Master thesis in Clinical Pharmacy, defended in 2007).
2) Mervat Musbah Zaki Al-Sous. The impact of patients’ education about warfarin on improvement of their basal knowledge regarding its administration and side effects: A study on patients who receive warfarin at Jordan University Hospital. (Master thesis in Clinical Pharmacy, defended in August, 2008).
Reem J. Awwad. The in vitro antimicrobial and wound healing effects (in rodents) of Alkanna strigosa (Master thesis in pharmacognocy, defended in 2009)
PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
Qunaibi EA, Al-Hawamdeh MO, Al-Disi AO, Ajwee DM. How we discovered wound-healing compounds. Presented at the Second Conference of Pharmacy Students in Jordan, 2012.
Basheti IA, Qunaibi EA, Armour C, Reddel H, Bosnic-Anticevich. Investigation of errors in inhaler technique of asthma patients and pharmacists from Jordan and Australia . The 16th International Social Pharmacy Workshop conference, Portugal, August 2010.
Eyad A. Qunaibi, Iman A. Basheti, Salah Aburuz, Nailya R. Bulatova. Pharmacy Undergraduate Clinical Course incorporating Home Medication Reviews. European Association of the Faculties of Pharmacy conference, Ankara, Turkey. May 2013
1. Binding Thermodynamics as Predictors of Agonist Efficacy at G-protein Coupled receptors. Presented at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Applied Sciences Univeristy, 2004.
2. Binding Thermodynamics as Predictors of Agonist Efficacy at G-protein Coupled receptors. Presented at Jordan Pharmaceutical Association, 2004.
Ayman M. Al-Qunneh. Discovery of New Natural Anti-Diabetic Agents by Screening Unstudied Commercially-Available Volatile Oils (Master thesis in pharmacognocy, defended in December, 2008)