L’Oréal and UNESCO honor 6 promising women scientists through their Levant Young Talents Programme
The 7th edition of the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science Levant Young Talents Programme recognized 6 outstanding women scientists from Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and the Syrian Arab Republic on 3 December 2020.
The announcement of the recipients of the 2020 edition was made through an online event to foster the distinction of promising female scientists for their contribution to valuable research organized by L’Oréal Levant, in partnership with the National Council for Scientific Research Lebanon (CNRS-Lebanon.
Committed to highlighting the key role women play in the advancement of scientific research and recognizing their active contribution in making the world a better place for future generations, the L’Oréal-UNESCO “For Women In Science” Levant Young Talents Programme acknowledges each year six exceptional women scientists, for the quality of their research work. Three PhD students received 6,000€ each and three post-doctoral researchers received 10,000€ each as financial support to carry out their research projects and help them pursue a brilliant career in science in the Levant countries.
020 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Middle East Young Talents:
Ms. Farah Al-Mamoori (Iraq)
Farah has been awarded for her research about the usage of medicinal plants for the prevention and treatment of kidney stones
Dr. Lina Dahabiyeh (Jordan)
Bioanalysis and Pharmaceutical Analysis
Lina has been honored for her research about the Plasma Drop to Improve the diagnosis of Pre-eclampsia
Ms. Crystel Hajjar (Lebanon)
Pathogens and Antimicrobials
Crystel has been recognized for her research on the development of therapeutics to improve overall survival after a bone marrow transplant
Dr. Farah Nassar (Lebanon)
Farah has been honored for her research about the markers for effect of water pipe and cigarette Smoke on Colorectal Cancer
Haneen Dwaib (Palestine)
Nutrition and Cardiovascular Pharmacology
Haneen has been awarded for her research on Dietary interventions targeting early cardiovascular dysfunction in prediabetes
Dr. Dima Souleiman (Syrian Arab Republic)
Molecular Biology & Population Genetics
Dima has been privileged for her research focused on the impact of war-derived metallic pollution on the livings