Mohammed H. Abu-Dieyeh (PhD), Associate Professor in Applied Ecology. He achieved honor degrees in both B.Sc and M.Sc. in biological sciences from Jordan University in Amman-Jordan. He obtained a PhD degree in Plant Sciences from McGill University, Canada. During his PhD study, Dr. Abu-Dieyeh awarded several travel grants as well as the best “Pest Management Research Graduate Student Award” in 2006 from Canadian Society of Agronomy. Dr. Abu-Dieyeh worked in teaching and research in several Universities in Jordan and Qatar. He joined The Hashemite University, Zarqa since 2006 as assistant Professor and he chaired the Department of Biology and Biotechnology for three years and promoted to Associate Professor in 2012. He moved to Qatar University since September 2013 as Associate Professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences and assigned as a Graduate coordinator for the M.Sc. and PhD programs in the department.
His expertise include applied plant ecology; focusing on plant fungal interactions, weed biology and biocontrol, plant allelopathy, plant growth promoting rhizobacteria and aerobiology (fungal spores and pollen grains). Ecosystem & Agro system management, botanical surveys, and population dynamics of plants are also part of his research interest. Recently Dr. Abu-Dieyeh joined multidisciplinary research projects about wastewater (produced and bakery yeast wastewater) treatment and re-use, in addition to phyto and bio-remediation of heavy metal pollutants in soil and wastewater