Sunday, December 9, 2007

Dubai Harvard Foundation for Medical Research hosts symposium for young scientists

This session aimed to additional research and lend in the country of research activities and wellness sciences. The symposium, a joint enterprise by the Dubai Harvard University University Foundation for Checkup Research (DHFMR) and Harvard Checkup School Dubai Center Institute for Graduate Student Education and Research in coaction with Dubai Healthcare City, a member of Tatweer, was held on 9 December 2007 at the Thousand Hyatt Hotel, Dubai. Ahmad Sharaf, Tatweer Senior Frailty President Healthcare and Energy and Member of the Board of Trustees Dubai Harvard University Foundation for Checkup Research, said, 'Medical research salvages lives. DHFMR is committed to promoting wellness attention research and today's seminar have brought immature men of science together who can larn from and share cognition and best practice. I am confident that this forum volition make a greater moral force for research in the part that will be of huge benefit to medical practicians and the wider community'. Dr. Muhadditha Aluminum Hashimi, chief executive officer of Dubai Healthcare City, said: 'As the prima Centre in the Center East for excellence in medical services, education, and life scientific discipline research and development, we organise industry particular conferences to lend to the development of healthcare bringing and research in the region. 'This conference served to foreground the Foundation's function in encouraging and nurturing immature men of science and guiding them in their research activities. It also offered an chance to understand the Foundation's aims in enabling a new coevals of research workers to place countries of research that volition benefit the medical community in the region.' Dr. Henry Martin Robert L. Thurer, M.D. Executive Director, Dubai Harvard University University Foundation for Checkup Research, and Head Academician Officer, Harvard Checkup School Dubai Center said: 'The conference helped unfastened the door for combined scientific research in the region. Lead medical research workers from Harvard University Checkup School offered penetrations regarding healthcare research. Their positions helped the immature men of science in the part find how their callings might impact the development of new treatment for geographically specific diseases.' Mohamed H. Sayegh, M.D. attended the conference as one of the eminent speakers. Dr. Sayegh is the Director of the Resettlement Research Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital in Boston, MA; the Robert Penn Warren E. Grupe and Toilet P. Merrill Chair in Resettlement Medicine; Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Harvard University Checkup School; and Research Director, Nephrology Division at the Children's Hospital in Boston. Dr. Vamsi Mootha, a 2004 Douglas MacArthur Genius Award recipient, delivered the keynote address. Dr. Mootha is Assistant Professor of Systems Biology at the Harvard University University Checkup School; Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Center for Person Genetic Research at the Bay State General Hospital in Hub Of The Universe and an Associate Member of the Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard. The Dubai Harvard University University Foundation for Checkup Research was established in coaction between Harvard Checkup International and Dubai Healthcare City, a member of Tatweer, to back up a new coevals of men of science and healthcare people involved in advanced medical research. DHFMR supplies promising immature men of science with valuable chances for research in the Gulf, and helps in translating the results of their survey into progresses in clinical medicine.

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