Syed Mustafa Jamal, Pakistan
Syed Mustafa Jamal is a bioengineer, immensely interested in the convergence of regenerative medicine and neuroscience. His research work focuses on techniques to modify cell directionality and alignment as an approach to induce regeneration after damage due to injury or disease. Prior experience with work on neural regeneration, and skilled in biomaterial fabrication, tissue engineering, electrical stimulation, computational modeling, and protocol development. He is a graduate of Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology (SSUET) and obtained a Master of Science (MS) degree from the University of Florida, United States. He is currently serving as Research Associate at the Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research (AKU-CRM), Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan under the supervision of Dr. El-Nasir Lalani.
Syeda Farah Batool, Pakistan
Syeda Farah has completed her postgraduate coursework in Physiology at the University of Karachi. She is pursuing her research on psychophysiological aspects of pain and the impact of meditation. Her undergraduate research focused on psychological trauma & hypersexuality in Pakistani youth. She has been associated with Ziauddin College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan as a Senior Lecturer, and she has a teaching experience of more than 6 years in the field. She is currently enrolled in Clinical Psychophysiology Elective Diploma Program offered by the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Organization and is serving the duties of a lecturer at Malir University of Science and Technology, Karachi-Pakistan. Her major publications highlight compulsive sexual behavior, Hypersexuality, and Stress related to Careers and Jobs. Her future prospects include psychology and human behaviors.