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As we build Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) infrastructure, we demand excellence at all levels - in the people we employ, the facilities we use and in partnership with the best biomedical research institutions.
We invite outstanding candidates to join our team of world-class research colleagues and develop personalized solutions for chronic and severe diseases. We are currently looking to hire researchers. To view the list of available positions please click here.
QBRI is committed to the training and development of the next generation scientists and highly skilled workforce by providing mentoring, advanced scientific and research training opportunities and career guidance to young scientists in the fields of basic, applied, translational and clinical research.
QBRI offers internship opportunities for exceptional under-graduate and graduate students in specific disease areas of diabetes, cancer and neurological disorders research. As an intern, it is a great opportunity to meet new people, explore exciting areas of scientific research, and learn first-hand about biomedical research protocols and techniques.
Every year QBRI conducts Summer Research Program (SRP) which is an intensive research training for undergraduate students. To learn more about SRP please click here.
QBRI is a proud partner of Qatar Research Leadership Program (QRLP), a capacity building program offering unique opportunities for young scientists in Qatar to pursue careers in health and biomedical research. For information about this program please visit www.qf-research-division.org/qslp/about_qslp.php
QBRI is currently looking to recruit highly-skilled individuals for a number of roles.
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Abdelalim EM and Emara MM. (2017). Pluripotent stem cell-derived pancreatic beta cells: from In vitro maturation to clinical applications. Recent Advances in Stem Cells: From Basic Research to Clinical Applications, ISBN 978-319-33270-3, pp 101-129, Springer.
As part of its extensive, month-long Autism Awareness Campaign, QBRI participated in various events across Doha, to shed light on the importance of early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) ...
Cerebrospinal and serum alpha-synuclein species as potential biomarkers for Parkinson’s disease
The Qatar Metabolic Institute is very pleased to present the 1st Annual Qatar Metabolic Institute Conference. The conference, co-organized by Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) and Qatar Biomedical ...
Qatar Foundation Research and Development’s flagship conference, builds upon nationwide efforts to advance Qatar's ambitious research agenda, and provides a unique platform to activate ...