Michigan State University
Professor Jamil has been a faculty member for 38 years. He holds several postgraduate degrees from England. In 1979, he joined Baghdad University, in 1997 immigrated to USA, in 1998 joined Wayne State University and in 2015 joined Michigan State University. He is a sole author of 18 books (8 academic) and first author of two, has wrote chapter in a book entitle “Biopsychosocial Perspective on Arab American: Culture, Development and Health”, 195 research publications, 252 scientific articles to the community people and has given 193 presentations at national & international meetings. He established three postgraduate programs in Occupational Medicine (Diploma, Master, and Ph.D.) at Baghdad University. In U.S., he participates in research funded by: Karmonas, NIH, NIEHS, Pfizer, Roche, and NIMH.). He was one of the founders of several scientific society: The Occupational Health & Safety Society in Iraq in 1985, the International Society of Iraqi Scientists" in 2000, and the Al Nahrain International Society of Iraqi Scientists (2017). Prof. Jamil biography, listed in the 25th. & 26TH. Dictionary of International Biography, Cambridge/England. He received 31 special awards from different academic institutions, non-profit organizations, WHO and governmental agency
Professor Jamil is interest to understand more about the impact of chemical air pollutions especially “war chemical” on the refugees especially veterans. His interest extend on study the impact of Hookah (Water pipe) on general population and also the impact of war trauma on immigrants in general especially refugees who immigrate from unstable countries.