Our bodies have remarkable healing abilities, such that minor scrapes and cuts can fully heal within a week. However, with more severe injuries, comes a longer recovery time. Recent scientific advancements have led to the discovery of using stem cells to regenerate damaged cells.
The webinar explained the latest advances in stem cell-based therapies for skin repair and regeneration.
Doctoral researcher – University of Zurich (UZH), Switzerland.
Marie Curie Ph.D. fellow – SkinTERM EU project
For our first Muslim Wonder Woman in science, we had the honour of hosting the immensely talented Dr.Hina Chaudhry on Thursday, 20th August 2020 at 8:00 pm live from Facebook. She is a cardiologist, scientist and an entrepreneur. She is currently an associate professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York. In our conversation with her, we explored the realm of regenerative medicine and learnt about her incredible research work in regenerating damaged heart cells using fetal stem cells.
We at Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) are extremely excited to bring to our new webinar series called ” Muslim Women in Science and Technology: Stories from Around the World”. This webcast series is a tribute to the brilliant, outstandingly talented Muslim women in STEM. We will highlight there incredible scientific work, their inspiring life story and its struggles.
Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) in collaboration with Anatomical Society of Pakistan (ASP) invites all medical researchers, students and anatomy enthusiasts to a public talk on “North American Trends in Anatomical Education”.
The progression towards a more scientifically immersed community continues as the KSS plans to organize the third Science Mela in October, 2019, in collaboration with the Ali Institute of Education. Since 2019 is the International Year of Periodic Table, our Mela this year will be focused on the wonders of chemistry including elements, minerals, compounds, mining and major industrial processes