David Julius, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, talks about his research and the importance of public support for science.
Ardem Patapoutian, a co-winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine, was born in Lebanon. War shifted his studies and career to the U.S.
Libya’s new assessment system gauges how well colleges can protect against Covid-19 before they are allowed to resume in-class teaching.
Algeria’s medical schools started overhauling the curriculum in 2018, with changes affecting the first three years. The new changes cover the next three years.
The infection rate has dropped sharply from a peak in late July, but authorities fear a new surge could force them to interrupt the new academic year.
Michel Mawad took office as president last fall. Skills he learned in his medical career will help him lead the university through a period of crisis, he says.
Lebanon’s university hospitals have been hard hit by the country’s economic crisis, leading to a decline in health services and possible shutdowns.
In a country beset by educational disruptions, social anxiety disorder is prevalent among medical students, a new study finds.
A recent surge in new Covid-19 cases disrupts education at Libya’s universities again.