Students from Cihan University-Erbil in Poland are working towards the successful completion of their courses. Among them, Elaf Salar Ismail and Mohammed Khalid Ibrahim, both second-year students in the Department of Medical Microbiology, are actively engaged in the Scientific Laboratories of Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Poland. Their focus lies on staining and fixing cancer cells for microscopic observation, with the aim of achieving accurate and meaningful results.
Simultaneously, Hawre Amanj Majid, a third-year student in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, recently delivered a seminar titled “Cancer and Anti-Cancer.” During the presentation, she explained the details of a disease known as pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, caused by exposure to sun and dust, ultimately leading to cancer in humans. Dr. Ewa Majeswska expressed her admiration to Hawre Amanj for her scientific articulation and comprehensive explanation of the disease’s various aspects.
The ongoing course completion efforts are part of the broader partnership agreement between Cihan University-Erbil and Warsaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW, Poland. This collaboration aims to facilitate the exchange of students, share scientific experiences, and enhance human training between the two institutions.