Seminar Course »Special Seminar Series in Clinical Pharmacology«Prof. Hala Gali-Muhtasib, Ph.D., American University of Beirut
Delivering an oral presentation at a scientific conference or an internal seminar is an almost unavoidable task during your medical/research professional career. Although it may be intimidating, an oral presentation delivered effectively could be an exciting and valuable opportunity to share your work and expand your network. In this course, you will develop powerful skills in presentation and discussion of scientific research topics in pharmacology. You will learn how to read and thoroughly understand research articles published in reputable journals and effectively convey the significance of the research paper to your peers. You will be trained to organize and design clear and compelling presentation material, communicate your ideas confidently, command your audience’s attention and respond effectively to their questions. You will also learn how to evaluate the presentation of your peers to build strong critical thinking skills and help them improve their performance.
Special Course: »Microbial Biotechnology«Prof. Hala Gali-Muhtasib, Ph.D., American University of Beirut
Biotechnology has revolutionized the agricultural, industrial, environmental, and especially the medical fields, tackled numerous global challenges and successfully improved the lives of humans. Its recent achievements include the breakthrough development of the COVID-19 vaccines. This course offers a unique way to learn the key concepts of biotechnology and its cutting-edge appli-cations in diverse areas particularly in medicine. You will learn the principles and the applications of recombinant DNA, stem cell, and monoclonal antibody technologies in addition to methods of vaccine production. You will gain insights into how pharmaceuticals could be produced by different biological expression systems such as microorganisms and mammalian cells. You will also learn the principles of gene therapy and understand how transgenic animals could be used as model systems to study human diseases and to speed up the drug discovery process. Additionally, you will gain immense theoretical knowledge about the advanced cell and molecular biology techniques that you may apply while conducting your research during your future MSc and PhD studies.
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