TAU PhD student completes training at Monash University

Congratulations to Waseem Habashi, TAU PhD student

02 October 2019
Congratulations to Waseem Habashi, TAU PhD student for completing training at Monash University
 

TAU PhD student completes training at Monash University

 
Waseem Habashi, TAU PhD student, completed his training at Monash University in a collaboration between Dr. Rachel Sarig at TAU and Prof. Luca Fiorenza at Monash Univeristy, entitled: A real-time biochemical study of human dentition during the Neolithic Revolution.
 
 
Established in 2013, the Australian Friends of Tel Aviv University & Monash University (AFTAM) Awards were set up to encourage research collaborations that combine the expertise of Monash University and Tel Aviv University (TAU) for greater impact, particularly in complementary capabilities and strategic objectives in the following themes: medical & health sciences, sustainable environments, resilient cultures & communities and social sciences. Support from the TAU side was provided by the President’s office. 

Last year we had a call for a PhD Student Exchange Program with a 2-way flow of up to 4 students from both Universities, in the area of medical & health sciences. Waseem was our first recipient. 

 
More details at:
Tel Aviv University, P.O. Box 39040, Tel Aviv 6997801, Israel
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