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For those wishing to prioritize research as a career, the SRP program is a good opportunity.Tim Tomy, WCM-Q
For a biomedical student who aspires to become an active participant in the field of research, the program is extremely beneficial in terms of providing a detailed perspective of the research process as well as atmosphere and helping build skills and learn techniques that would form a foundation for the future.Vijaykumar Pillai Krishnadev, WCM-Q
QBRI summer research program is the best place for any undergraduate student to broaden their horizons in labs, and specifically research labs.Kawthar Saeeadali, CMU-Q
Training at QBRI was a great experience and I would highly recommend any student interested in biomedical research to apply for next year program.Ola Jihad Hussein, QU
The Summer Research Program is a valuable experience that has exposed me to what actual research can be like. It requires hard work and dedication, but rewarding results are waiting at the end.Fatima Hani A M Abdulaziz, CMU-Q
This Internship has not only developed my research skills, it also developed me personally.Aisha Abdulrahman Y D Fakhroo, CMU-Q
I recommend each student who is interested in research to apply for this internship, it will definitely develop your knowledge and improve your experimental skills.Amani Naser, QU
I was very fortunate to get an opportunity to work in Dr. El-Agnaf’s lab, who is conducting groundbreaking research on the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. I learnt essential lab techniques and critical thinking skills that will help me lay the foundation for a career in translational medicine where bench-side discoveries are transformed to bed-side treatments. Through the interaction with researchers, masters and PhD students, I gained a deeper understanding of what it is like to be a scientist, how to ask patient – relevant questions, design experiments to answer those questions and use every minute as an opportunity to learn, especially the times when an experiment fails!Heba Nayel A F Altarawneh, WCM-Q
QBRI is currently looking to recruit highly-skilled individuals for a number of roles.
Adamcik J, Sánchez-Ferrer A, Ait-Bouziad N, Reynolds NP, Lashuel HA*, Mezzenga R. (2015). Microtubule-Binding R3 Fragment from Tau Self-Assembles into Giant Multistranded Amyloid Ribbons. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 11;55(2):618-22.
Vasiliki P Chini (2015). Micro-RNAs and Next Generation Sequencing: New Perspectives in Heart Failure. Clin Chim Acta, Mar 30; 443:114-9.
Kolatkar PR, Moovarkumudalvan B, Abdelalim EM and Emara MM. (2016). Three dimensional Structure of SOX Protein–DNA Complexes. Sox2: Biology and Role in Development and Disease. 2016 ELSEVIER. P 15-24.
Balbekova A, Lohninger H, van Tilborg GAF, Dijkhuizen RM, Bonta M, Limbeck A, Lendl B, Al-Saad KA, Ali M, Celikic M, Ofner J. (2017). Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) and Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) Imaging of Cerebral Ischemia: Combined Analysis of Rat Brain Thin Cuts Toward Improved Tissue Classification. Appl Spectrosc. 2018 Feb;72(2):241-250. doi: 10.1177/0003702817734618.
Abdelalim EM and Emara MM. (2017). Pluripotent stem cell-derived pancreatic beta cells: from In vitro maturation to clinical applications. Recent Advances in Stem Cells: From Basic Research to Clinical Applications, ISBN 978-319-33270-3, pp 101-129, Springer.
As part of its extensive, month-long Autism Awareness Campaign, QBRI participated in various events across Doha, to shed light on the importance of early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) ...
Cerebrospinal and serum alpha-synuclein species as potential biomarkers for Parkinson’s disease
The Qatar Metabolic Institute is very pleased to present the 1st Annual Qatar Metabolic Institute Conference. The conference, co-organized by Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) and Qatar Biomedical ...
Qatar Foundation Research and Development’s flagship conference, builds upon nationwide efforts to advance Qatar's ambitious research agenda, and provides a unique platform to activate ...