Iraqi researcher Mayasah Al-Nema has identified a target compound that shows promise for treating schizophrenia while avoiding side effects.
The Egyptian scientist Tarek Kapiel talks about a recent effort to promote science among young students by involving them in a cancer research conference.
It’s easier to study in Ukraine than in their home countries, especially in medicine and engineering, several Arab students, professors and others told Al-Fanar Media.
Psychological support and counseling units at Iraqi universities suffer from a shortage of qualified providers and inadequate facilities.
Reports that 1,200 Algerian doctors have been authorised to practice in France raise new concerns over conditions that make doctors want to leave Algeria.
The Egyptian scholar Sara Hegy Ahmed overcame depression and stereotypes about women on her journey to cancer research successes.
Qatar’s College of Pharmacy revised its curriculum to better align pharmacy education with the profession’s shift toward patient care.
Morocco has compulsory student health insurance, but students say the system isn’t working well. A “popcorn cart” funding campaign has raised awareness of the system and its problems.
Mona Jebril, a Cambridge scholar who lived in Gaza for 22 years, says aid cuts exacerbate political and economic threats to the territory’s health service.
It is still unclear how well the existing Covid-19 vaccines will protect against the new variant. Arab researchers discuss what we know so far.