Cihan University-Erbil students, immersed in the vibrant academic atmosphere of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Poland, actively contribute to classroom dialogues and hands-on scientific endeavors within the laboratories of their respective departments.
Within this dynamic context, Mohammed Khaled Ibrahim, a second-year student in the Department of Medical Microbiology at the University of Warsaw, dedicates himself to researching cancer cells. His Works on an engineering project.
Simultaneously, Ahmad Jabar Hassan, a second-year student specializing in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, conducts research in the Nano Biotechnology Laboratory of the Faculty of Nano Biotechnology. This week, Ahmad employs the laboratory’s cutting-edge microscope to investigate E. Coli bacteria.
Meanwhile, Hawre Amanj Majid, a third-year student in the Department of Biomedical, actively participates in a multitude of activities. She recently engaged in a seminar titled “Development and Validation of Methods,” hosted by Assistant Professor Sulhattin Yaşar. Specializing in food engineering and industrial biotechnology, Professor Yaşar focuses on Analytical Method Development and Validation. In a similar vein, Hawre Amanj presented on the topics of cancer and anti-cancer measures.
Additionally, Elaf Salar Ismail, a second-year student in the Department of Medical Microbiology, and Maryam Mahmoud Younis, a fourth-year student in the Department of Architecture, pursue their academic interests within the scientific departments of Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW. Both students actively attend lectures and engage in diverse academic activities aligned with their respective fields of study.