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 Freag, Harvard Medical School, USA
Dr Mohamed El Hadidy, Zewail University for Science and Technology, Egypt
Dr Amr Bayomi, Imperial College London and Coventry University, UK
Dr Ahmed El Batesh, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Switzerland
Dr Ahmed ElZoghby, Harvard Medical School
Success is something that we all wish to achieve. Young scientists have the capacity of transforming the future of our beloved homeland,
Egypt. You can be a game changer for scientific research and health sciences!
The BioKMT foundation for science and philosophy is organizing an event for young researchers and invites you to showcase your work. The event is held in the KMT house in Maadi (73, Road 15, Maadi, Cairo) Cairo On Saturday, July 13th, 2019.
This special session is being organized with the aim of providing young researchers with the opportunity to participate in the organization of an event, present their work and interact with each other and with prominent scientists.
The Call for abstracts is open to all science students, from undergraduate to PhD level. We cordially invite you to send us your abstract, and to promote the call through your networks and institutions.
Suggested areas of research:
Pharmacology and therapeutics
The BioKMT society and The Biotechnology club at the
American University in Cairo are pleased to announce our first BioKMT-AUC Biotech. Research Network that will be held at the "Al Itihad Al Elmy Al Masry", Garden City, Cairo on the 3rd of January
2014 at 1 pm. The BioKMT- AUC Biotech research network is the start of a new platform through which Egyptian scholars from Egypt and from abroad will meet, discuss ideas, share experience and plan
collaborations either between Laboratories with Egypt or between Laboratories in Egypt and abroad. Post Docs, PhD students and MSc students are welcomed to talk about their work for 10- 15 minutes (
Post Docs and PhD Students) or 5 minutes (MSc students) followed by Round table discussion and networking.
Dr. Ramy Karam Aziz, Assistant Professor ( Department of Microbiology and Immunology, College of Pharmacy, University of Cairo, Egypt)
"Genomes, Metagenomes, and Microbiomes: a New Biology for the New Millennium"
Dr. Ayman El-Shibiny, Associate Professor (Zewail City of Science and Technology) "Phage Therapy; The future prospects to treat antibiotic resistance bacteria"
Dr. Rabab Khairat, Researcher ( National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt)" First insights into the metagenome of Egyptian Mummies using Next generation sequencing"
Dr.Hossein Elbadawy, Research Fellow (The Veneto Eye Bank Foundation, Italy) "The next generation in cornea transplantation: medicated cornea”
Mohamed Sayed, PhD student (University College, London, UK) “Applications of biomaterials in tissue engineering and drug delivery”
Mohamed Gohar, PhD candidate (North Carolina State University, USA) "Modulation Of Avian Immune Cells By MicroRNAs”
Sherif Aboelhadid, PhD Student (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK) "Glycoengineering not the black hole of biology"
Ghada Mustafa, PhD Student (American University in Cairo, Egypt)"Surface and Deep Redsea sediments: Others are living there"
Ali El Behery, PhD Student (American University in Cairo, Egypt) "Antibiotic resistance in the Red Sea: a comparative metagenomic study"
Amr Radwan, Head of Research and Innovation management department, Academy of Scientific research and Technology, Egypt
Aya Emad, MSc Student (Radboud University Nijmegen and Istituto Europeo di Oncologia (IEO) ""Investigating the molecular basis for statins' anticancer effect through
integrative genomic profiling of cancer cell Lines"
Abdelrahman Mahmoud (Beni Suief University, Egypt)
" HCV patients' Gut Microbiome "
For more than 3 years now and the BioKMT has been organizing an annual meeting on the advances in Biological sciences. The aim of these
meetings is to bring/gather Egyptian Scholars who are doing their research in top leading institutes to come and talk about their work , personal and professional experience and set guidelines on
from where to start developing Egypt scientifically.
This year we are honored to have 9 Egyptian Scholars addressing a wide spectrum work in Biological sciences.Regardless of what Egypt is witnessing in terms of political split.We all agreed to work together to deliver a message that whatever can divide us... Science and passion of knowledge can bring us all together.
Speakers List :
1- Dr.Islam Hussein , Researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) "Avian influenza - a global problem in need for a global solution"
2- Mostafa Nashaat , Research Assistant Max plank institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg" The Quest for Reality: How our brains construct the world we perceive?"
3- Aly Shams Al Deen , PhD Scholar , University of Montpelier "The role of IL-22 in prevention of HIV-2"
4- Mina Elisha , PhD scholar , University of Oxford "Modern Advances in Cancer Gene-therapy"
5- Motaz Elewa , MSc from University of Frieburg and founder of Qafeer labs.
6- Sherif Abouelhadid, Research Assistant /PhD scholar , London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine "Deciphering Bacteria Glycosylation systems and Development of Conjugate Vaccines"
7- Rama Saad , Vanderbilt University Medical Center/The American University in Cairo (MSc) “Cancer Biomarkers: Significance and Implications.”
8- Dr.Naglaa Abu-Mandil , National Research Centre/University of Manchester (PhD).“ How bio-molecular technologies can help to unravel mysterious questions about ancient populations' history.”
9-Rehab Abdallah , American University in Cairo “Exploring the Red Sea Water: Novel Bacterial Lineages and More”
Place: Learning Resources Centre, Kasr Al Ainy , Cairo University
Admission is free.
Registration form must be filled.
Please fill in the form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Motaz Elewa ( University of Freiburg , Germany
Mohamed El Hadidi ( Alto University for Science and Technology , Finland , Work pursued at Max Planck , Germany )
Mostafa Nashaat ( American University in Cairo , Work Pursued at University of Texas SouthWestern medical center, USA)
Sherif Abouelhadid ( London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine , UK )
Hassan Shehawy (The European Organization for Nuclear Research ,CERN, Switzerland)
Mustafa M.Gharib (National Center for Radiation Research and Technology,Egypt