Many of the MBI Alumni Association are now leading their fields in a variety of scientific endeavors, research projects... and a wide range of technical industries.

Johnny was awarded an MBI Al Jaber Scholarship in 2003, which allowed him to pursue a Masters Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. During his studies, he collaborated with several research groups concerned with the treatment of cancer. From 2006 to 2008, he has worked as medical consultant for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Inc. and then went on to do a PhD in Neurosciences a ...

Waddah Malaeb was awarded an MBI Al Jaber Scholarship in 2017 so as to complete his studies and his MSc in Mechanical Engineering. Waddah has always been very keen on connecting his field of expertise (Mechanical Engineering) with bio-medical research. He has, in fact, participated in several projects aimed at implementing technologies that have been used in the treatment of ca ...

Naji El Beyrouthy has studied Agriculture and was awarded an MBI Al Jaber Scholarship in 2017 that allowed him to continue his studies with an MSc in Irrigation.  ...

Malek El-Qallali is currently undertaking a PhD in Engineering Management at the University of York, previously he attended Bath University where he attained an MSc in Innovation & Technology, an MSc in Digital Communications and a BEng in Electronic Communications Engineering.  

Nada graduated from SOAS in 2002 with an MSc in Applied Microbiology.  She now works in the Department of Medicine & Health Sciences at the Al Neelain University in Khartoum, Sudan.

Nada’s hobbies include reading, listening to music and swimming

Tariq returned to Iraq after graduating from UCL in 2008 with a Distinction in his MSc in Radiation Biology. On his return to Iraq, he was awarded a scholarship from the Department of Radiation Oncology and Biology, Carl Gustav Carus Faculty of Medicine, at the Technical University of Dresden.

Ahmed is now Dean of the Faculty of Science at Dohuk University in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Before becoming Dean, he held the position of Deputy Dean of the department of Medical Microbiology at the College of Medicine at Dohuk University.

Mohab graduated from AUC in 2004 with a postgraduate degree in Engineering. While studying for this degree, he applied for PhD studies at colleges in both the United States and Canada. He was accepted at McGill University, took up his place, and was awarded a PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2008.

After graduating from AUB in 2004, Talar worked on a doctoral research programme in Health Policy and Administration at the School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago.

Noura is currently Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researching sustainable desalination and in particular optimizing a design for sustainable desalination for Saudi Arabia.