SASTA is delighted to introduce to you the people who volunteer their time and effort to help the Advancement of Science And Technology in the Arab world.
Graduated with a BS in Biomedical Engineering in 2018 and started to work at Harvard Medical School in George Church Lab. I am working on a Brain connectomics Project and aspire to start my graduate studies in the upcoming years. While working in different labs, I have met many Arab visiting scholars which were highly intelligent and talented that prompted my interest to work with SASTA.
My name is Aya Karkout, I am a Business Management graduate from Damascus University, and I have worked in Translation for 5 years.
I am a volunteer Social Media Manager in SASTA, and a volunteer Translator in Researchers.
I work in translation and Content Creation in popular science magazine, at Haykal media.
My goal is to participate as much as possible, in making news about science and technology available for everyone.
I’m a 3rd level pharmacy student at Mansoura University, Egypt. I graduated from a special high school education system in Egypt initiated to nurture the best achievers in middle school in a critical thinking, teamwork, and innovation environment, a system to which I am deeply indebted, so I always gratefully introduce myself as a STEM School alumnus. Recently, I began volunteering at the Society for the Advancement of Science and Technology in the Arab World (SASTA). Before SASTA, I volunteered at the Egyptian Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation, And now I am now a semifinalist at FameLab-Egypt.