Studying at the American University in Cairo prepares students for a successful professional life. Everybody has a success story and we want to share some of our alumni success stories. We want everyone to know how great our alumni are and get inspired by their personal stories. Please share yours with us.

Amina Soliman

Amina Soliman '14

Biology department alumnus Amina Soliman 2014, is working as a Senior Environmental Researcher at Environics for Management of Environmental System (Environmental Consultancy) in Egypt. It involves conducting environmental impact assessments for various projects.

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Rami Srouji

Rami Srouji '13

Rami Srouji is working in the Hepatopancreatobiliary Service in the Department of Surgical Oncology on several basic and clinical research projects one of which focuses on the role of exosomes produced my colorectal tumors in determining the pre-metastatic niches in the liver

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Nataly Nasr al din

Nataly Naser Al Deen '13

Biology department alumnus, Nataly Naser AL Deen, graduated from The American University in Cairo in June 2013. She conducted her senior research project at Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, TBRI, on hepatocellular carcinoma. 

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Mohie-El-Din Sherif

Mohie-El-Din Sherif '13

Biology department alumnus Mohie-El-Din Sherif, is working as a Technical Commercial Associate at Cargill.

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seifledin sadek

Seif Eldin Sadek '08

Seif Eldin Sadek is working in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Flushing Hospital Medical Center in New York.

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Peter Refki

Peter Refki '06

Peter Refki is a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for evolutionary biology situated in Plön, Germany since 2016. His research is focused on understanding how 3D morphologies are controlled during early mouse development.

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Deena Gendoo

Deena Gendoo '06

Deena Gendoo is a postdoctoral research fellow of bioinformatics in Toronto, Canada working on a joint collaborative research project between the Ontario Cancer Institute of the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the Hospital of Sick Children.

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