|Native name||Jawad Alzeer|
|Organisation||University of Zurich|
Dr. Jawad Alzeer was born in Hebron, Palestine, graduated from Alhusein high school, and attended college at Karachi University, Pakistan, earning a B.Sc. in Chemistry, M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry. In 1996, he received his PhD in Organic Chemistry from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. Following a stay at Hoffmann La Roche, he became a Research Associate at Michigan University and the University of Zurich. From 2009 to 2010 worked as a senior scientist at Swiss health care company, Lipomed and from 2010 to 2012 he was an Assistant Professor at Palestine Polytechnic University. In 2014 Dr. Alzeer founded Swiss Scientific Society for Developing Countries and in 2018 introduced a new concept in Medicine called Halalopathy. Initial research of Dr. Alzeer was focused on the development of a new anti-cancer drugs, in this context new lead have been design with bifunctional properties, Dr. Alzeer utilize the natural product and introduced a new approach of extraction utilizing natural solvent, with intention to design an anti-cancer drug, naturally formulated. Dr. Alzeer was attracted with the concept of mericulous recovery, and asked the question, does mericulous recovery exist? and if yes, how to make it reproducable. This question led him to innovate a new concept of medicine called halalopathy. Dr. Alzeer is the first to address entropy as the main target for prevention and cure, thus miraculous recoveries or spontaneous remissions have to do with lowering body’s entropy through prayer, meditation, stress management, yoga, and mindfulness.
Alzeer has rationalized the concept of Halal. and well conjugated it with Tayyib, additionally Alzeer studied the Halal status of ethanol and gave detailed description about the Halal status of ethanol in industries
- Bala Vummidi, F. Noreen, Jawad Alzeer, K. Moelling Nathan Luedtke: Photodynamic agents with anti-metastatic activities, ACS Chem. Biol. 2013, 8, 1737.
- Jawad Alzeer, Bala Vummidi, Rami Arafeh, Waleed Rimawi, Hatem Saleem, Nathan Luedtke: The influence of extraction solvents on the anticancer activities of Palestinian medicinal plants, J. Med. Plant Res. 2014, Vol. 8, P. 408- 415
- Alzeer, Jawad (2019). "Halalopathy: a science of trust in medicine". Journal of Integrative Medicine. doi:10.1016/j.joim.2019.03.005.
- Alzeer, Jawad (2018). "Halalopathic: A New Concept in Medicine" (PDF). J Mol Genet Med.
- Cochrane, Paul (2019). "Halal, health and healing: Will halalopathy bring hope to patients?". Middle East Eye. Retrieved 25 March 2019.
- Lukas, Elser (2019). "Er sagt, was halal ist". Zürcher Oberland. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
- Alzeer, Jawad (2018). "Rational and practical aspects of Halal and Tayyib in the context of food safety". Trends in Food Science & Technology. doi:10.1016/j.tifs.2017.10.020.
- Alzeer, Jawad (2016). "Ethanol and its Halal status in food industries". Trends in Food Science & Technology. doi:10.1016/j.tifs.2016.10.018.