The German-Syrian Research Association (DSFG) is a non-profit non-governmental organization established in Germany and founded in 2016 by Syrians and Germans of Syrian origin. It was built out of the will, the establishment of a Syrian community for research and science in Germany, as well as the creation of a Syrian lobby within the German Centers for Research and Science. The aim is to support Syrian students and scholars in their studies and work in Germany and, in addition, to obtain the relevant scholarships so that they can continue their scientific career in Germany.
The DSFG also aims to support projects, scientific, technical and other participations, as well as to organize symposia and workshops in and outside Germany. The aim is to make the Syrian community and its cultural background known and to strengthen the aims of the association in order to establish a common scientific and cultural community between Germany and Syria.
Mada Saleh, Ing.
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Hani Harb, PhD,
Beschreibung Hani Harb is an immunologist and human epigenesist. He studied pharmaceutical sciences in Amman University – Jordan. In 2006 directly after graduation, he moved to Germany where he studied his master degree in Immunology and Microbiology. Afterwards, he continued his PhD in Immunology and Epigenetics at the Philipps University Marburg – Germany. Since 2015 he works as a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiochemistry at the Philipps University Marburg in the field of Immunology and Epigenetics. He has more than 13 published peer reviewed papers in the field of Immunology and Epigenetics. He is a founding member of the German-Syrian Research Society. Furthermore, he is a co-editor in the first Arabic speaking newspaper in Germany “ABWAB”. Dr. Harb is an expert in the field of studies in Germany with more than 10 years’ experience and works as a volunteer as a counsellor for many German universities and companies.
Fawaz Dabbaghie, Ing
Position General Secretary
Beschreibung Fawaz Dabbaghie: born in Aleppo in 1991, in 2009 he started studying Biotechnology Engineering at the University of Aleppo. In 2013 he left to study in Germany at the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Bonn on an Erasmus exchange scholarship for one year. He graduated at the end of 2015 from University of Aleppo with a degree in Biotechnology Engineering. He worked for one year at research center CAESAR in Bonn, and CECAD research center in Cologne. Currently he is doing his master studies in Bioinformatics at the University of Saarland, and working as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics with the Computational Biology Department