MUSTAFA

Around 70 scientists took part at the 5th round of Science and Technology Exchange Program (STEP) in Islamic countries at the International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) of the University of Karachi, Pakistan, and presented the latest findings in the field of health science.

 

The STEP5 was held with the close collaboration of the Mustafa  Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) and the University of Karachi from 28th of February to 2nd of March.

 

International scientists from around the world gathered and discussed solutions to overcome the battle on diagnosis strategies of the communicable and non-communicable diseases (ie. NCDs and CDs) emphasizing on female scientists' contribution in future global village.

 

Mustafa Science and Technology Foundation STEP 5

 

Meanwhile, STEP5 provided a platform to present the latest diagnosis and drug development strategies focusing on women's biomedical careers.

 

Moreover, there was a chance for attendees to get to know the industries and commercialization possibilities of health cutting-edge scientific products in the Islamic countries.

 

The pilot of MSTF Lab Network which was proposed to be established in the 4th STEP Statement, was presented by MSTF and welcomed by the attendees of the 5th STEP.

 

STEP 5 Karachi

 

The attendees of the meeting deeply value and appreciate the excellent organization of the program and the overwhelming hospitality of PCMD and the officers of ICCBS, University of Karachi and in particular the dedication and commitment of leadership and staff of ICCBS and University of Karachi.