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L’Oreal-UNESCO honors 7 Arab women researchers

10-10-2017

The L’Oreal-UNESCo for Women in Science Levant and Egypt Fellowship Program, in cooperation with the National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS), honored on Thursday 7 Arab women researchers from Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, Jordan and Syria, for year 2017, for their exceptional research work during a ceremony held at Ecole Superieure des Affaires in Beirut. The winners are: Dr. Elise Njeim (Lebanon): Researcher at CNRS, specialist in Microbial Ecology and Biological Control; Carine Jaafar (Lebanon): PhD student in the Cell and Molecular Biology Program at AUB; Nour Ghadban (Syria): PhD student in Computer and Automatic Control, in the Engineering Department Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at Tishreen University, Latakia; Dr. Menattalah el Seirafy (Egypt): Researcher at the Center for Genomics at Zewail City of Science and Technology, Cairo, specialist in Molecular Biology and Genetics; Basma Mostafa (Egypt): Assistant Lecturer and PhD student at the Faculty of Computers and Information at Cairo University; ; Dr. Areej Abuhammad (Jordan): Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Jordan, specialist in Pharmacology and Drug Discovery; Dr. Arwa al Shuwaikh (Iraq): Assistant Professor, at the Microbiology Department, Faculty of Medicine of Nahrain University in Baghdad. (Al Akhbar October 10, 2017)

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