The BioKMT society, ASRT and Galal University are organising the 7th BioKMT research network under the title “Bioprepardness: How could we prepare for the next pandemic?” which will be online on 25th-26th December 2020 (2-6 pm Cairo Local Time)
This year’s research network focuses on efforts to combat the current pandemic, COVID-19, lessons learned on how to be ready to fight the next one. The event will cover a great spectrum of infection diseases research from epidemiology to translational medicine and vaccines development. BioKMT research network encourages scientific discussions and encourages collaborations between Egyptian/Arab scientists from all over the globe.
Speakers who confirmed their participation:
Dr Ali Ellebedy (Washington University School of Medicine St Louis, USA)
Dr Abbassi Mohamed Salah (University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia)
Dr Abir El Asmar (Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Prof Adel Talaat (University of Wisconsin- Madison, USA)
Dr Kinda Al ShaikhAhmed (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK)
Dr AbouBakr AbdelAl (University of Assiut, Egypt)
Prof. Ziad Memish (King Saud Medical City, Saudi Arabia)
The Event will be moderated by:
Dr Nahla Hussein (National Research Centre, Egypt)
Dr Sherif Abouelhadid (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK)
To register please click on the link below:
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.