Researchers from Pakistan win UK team award

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Researchers from Pakistan win UK team award, It has been announced that a team of researchers from the University of Karachi (UoK) has been awarded the prestigious “Outstanding Team Impact Prize” by the UK’s Medical Research Council (MRC).

As a result of this award, the team has been recognized for its collaborative research approach that has significantly improved the quality of medical research.

This research was recognized by the National Council for Biotechnology as part of the HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry and Dr Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Drug Research at ICCBs, University of the People of the United Kingdom for its achievements in the “A Global Network of Tropical Neglected Diseases (NTD)” project. It was headed by Prof Dr M Iqbal Choudhary who won the Mustafa Prize.

As part of this international project, which is supported by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) of the MRC and led by Durham University, UK, leading scientists from Britain, Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina, and Pakistan will collaborate on an initiative aimed at combating protozoa-related non-lifethreatening diseases (NTDs), in particular leishmaniasis and Chagas disease.

This award has been given in recognition of the team’s efforts to integrate experts from diverse scientific backgrounds, as exemplified by the leadership of Prof Choudhary, who has led the team to success. In addition to recognising the team’s contributions, this achievement also served as a source of pride for Pakistan’s academic community and scientific community.

There were many congratulations from the academic community of Pakistan extending to Prof Dr Iqbal Choudhary and his team for receiving this prestigious award that has cemented their place in global medical research for the long term.

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