The BioKMT society and JESOR are organising the 6th BioKMT research network under the title “RAISE: Roadmaps and invigorating scientific research in Egypt” which will be hosted by the Academy of Scientific Research & Technology (ASRT), Cairo, Egypt on 21nd December 2019.
This year’s research network focuses on the translational side of biological sciences and how this could help to improve mankind’s health. BioKMT research network encourages scientific discussions and encourages collaborations between Egyptian scientists from Egyptian and international institutes.
Speakers who confirmed their participation:
Prof Mohamed Salama, University of Mansoura, Egypt
Dr Amira Metwally, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Dr Laila Ziko, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Dr May Fraeg, Harvard Medical School, USA
Dr Mohamed El Hadidy, Zewail University for Science and Technology, Egypt
Dr Amr Baiyomy, Imperial College London and Coventry University, UK
Dr Ahmed El Batesh, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Switzerland
Dr Ahmed El Zoghby, Harvard Medical School, USA
The event is moderated by Sherif Abouelhadid, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
Shall have any questions, please do not hesitate to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is closed.
Please visit this page on 20th October 2020 for our next BioKMT research network
In Heiroglyphics, the sign Per (incomplete rectangular shape) used to refer to a place or a house. Hence, the word Pharaoh was originated from “Per-3a” meaning the big house. Egyptian considered the library or as they called it “Per-Ankh” as the house of life. Because to them knowledge is the key of life is through understanding the world we live in. The conceptual design of our logo is simply adding a DNA double helix to Per Ankh symbolising our stand as the house of biological sciences research.