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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.
Inger van Steenoven, Nour K. Majbour, Nishant Vaikath, Henk W. Berendse, Wiesje M. van der Flier, Wilma D.J. van de Berg, Charlotte E. Teunissen, Afina W. Lemstra, and Omar M.A. El-Agnaf
Journal: Movement Disorders. Article DOI: 10.1002/mds.111, Article ID: MDS111, Internal Article ID: 15859369
Caroline Spasojevic, Elisabetta Marangoni, Sophie Vacher, Franck Assayag, Didier Meseure, Sophie Château-Joubert, Martine Humbert, Manale Karam, Jean Marc Ricort, Christian Auclair, Marie Regairaz and Ivan Bièche (2018).
Oncotarget. Doi: 10.18632/oncotarget.25292
Ali Abouelghar, Reem Hasnah, Ghina Taouk, Mohamad Saad and Manale Karam (2018).
QTV's Hayatuna airs news on QBRI's recent partnership with the Harvard Stem Cell Institute and how this collaboration holds the potential to translate discoveries into clinical applications, while ...
The New partnership will boost region’s first cell-therapy program to tackle diabetes DOHA, October 1, 2018: The Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI), a premier research institute under Hamad...
Outreach at the Mall to Mark World Alzheimer's Day Under the banner, "Memories Matter", QBRI marked the World Alzheimer's month in September with a series of outreach programs and activities. ...
In light of its mission towards capacity building within the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) service provision, Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) – a research institute within Hamad...
Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Shafallah Center, a non-profit center dedicated to ...