Mazhar Jalil, American microbiologist. Recipient Community Service award, Columbus Dispatch Newspaper, 1991, 1993, Jack Resler award, Anti-Defamation League, 1996. President and chairman board trustees Islamic Center, Columbus, Ohio, 1984—1993; director Interfaith and Comm Relations Islamic Center, since 1993; chairman Science Advisory Committee, 1991—1992.
- Medical entomologist and microbiologist Vector-borne Disease Unit Ohio Department Health, Columbus, Ohio, 1969—1975, Strep Culturing Program Ohio Department Health, Columbus, 1975—1983, Proficiency Testing Program Ohio Department Health, Columbus, 1983—2002, Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing Program Ohio Department Health, Columbus, since 2003. Consultant United Nations Development Program, Islamabad, Pakistan, 1980—1981.
Achievements include development of Arbovirus Surveillance Program to control arbovirus diseases in Pakistan. Development of Established a Science Advisory Committee, City Hall, Columbus to provide information and guidance on scientific matters. Development of Promoted friendly relations between Muslims, Christians and Jews through Interfaith Dialogues.
Development of Founded Islamic Council Ohio to serve the interests of Ohio's Muslim communities.
1969 - 1975
1975 - 1983
1983 - 2002