The 4th MEMBS conference concludes at Zayed University

08 Nov 2017

HE Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, President of Zayed University, stressed keenness towards initiatives that enhance scientific research and innovation to meet aspirations of the wise leadership in raising the nation's performance across all fields of the national agenda.

HE Sheikha Lubna, during a meeting held recently, at the Zayed University Abu Dhabi Campus, hosting Mr. Mohamed Amir Maani, Founder & Organizers Chairperson of the Fourth Middle East Molecular Biology Conference and Exhibition (MEMBS), called upon the participants to attend to the dispatched outcomes of the recently held conference and follow-up on executed results to cover, after all, different disciplines and fields of scientific research and innovation.

HE Sheikha Lubna seeks the development of upcoming generations of students and graduates, researchers and innovators, to further engage them in local and regional conferences as well as scientific events, urging those fresh talents and minds to further improve their educational backgrounds, which then, enable them to fully express bright thoughts and innovative ideas.

The meeting was attended by Dr. Marilyn Roberts, Provost of Zayed University and Dr. Fares Hawari, Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Health Sciences and other Organizing Committee members.

Mr. Maani conveyed gratitude to the endless support shown by HE Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi for hosting the 4th edition of the MEMBS conference. He noted the outstanding commitment shown by Zayed University students’ during their participation in the conference, from handling organizational processes, guest reception and guidance, to support and coordination when necessary, naming them ‘future talents and leaders.’

Zayed University hosted the 4th edition of the Middle East Molecular Biology Conference and Exhibition from the 1-4 November 2017, at the Zayed University Convention Center, Abu Dhabi Campus. The Conference was attended by over 800 scientists and researchers from 40 countries, and included several scientific sessions and workshops.