Muslim: from a personal name based on Arabicqāsim‘distributor’, ‘divider’. This was the name of a son of the Prophet Muhammad.
is a professional poker player who emigrated from Lebanon to the United States at the age of 19. Deeb was attending Utah State University when civil war broke out in Lebanon in 1975. He lost contact with his parents (who had been sending him money to support his education) for two years. Deeb was unable to gain employment due to the restrictions of his student visa, so he began gambling. Deeb was forced to leave his education, just 12 credits away from graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
is a scientist, physician and endocrinologist based in Denmark. He received his medical degree from Kasr-el-Aini Medical School, Cairo University, Egypt (1985) and received his post-graduate training in internal medicine and endocrinology in Denmark and USA. He obtained his PhD degree (1994) and DSc degrees (1998) from Aarhus University, Denmark. He had a post-doctoral fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA where he worked with professor B. L. Riggs. Moustapha Kassem's research focus is mechanisms of bone formation and stem cell differentiation into skeletal tissues. He combines methodologies of clinical medicine with state-of-the-art technologies of cell and molecular biology. Moustapha Kassem has developed normal and immortalized cell lines for studying human skeletal (mesenchymal) stem cells and their differentiation potential. Moustapha Kassem has also studied aging of bone cells and the effects of donor age on their biological functions. Moustapha Kassem is a co-founder of Stem Cell Treatment Center at Odense University Hospital (OUH), where stem cell therapy is being introduced into clinical practice and PhD graduate school of Stem Cells and Related Technologies.
Kasem Cosmo, Qasim, Kazim, Cosimo, Kasim, Kaseem, Kosmo, Kassem, Cosme, Qaasim
Kassem Daoud, Kassem Moussa, Kassem Amaro, Kassem Saadi, Kassem Mansour
Kassem also appears in following countries/origins/languages: Lebanese
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