Hind was born and raised in East Jerusalem, Palestine. Growing up in a conflict zone and being faced with a daily reality of oppression, she decided to move to Europe to pursue her university education. Throughout the last 10 years, she has hopped around multiple cities in pursuit of her interest in science, whilst creating long-lasting friendships, many of which have shaped who she is today. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Zurich.
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The greatest difficulty of moving abroad for education was being away from my family. However, having a host family that provided hospitality, understanding, and interest facilitated in bridging the gaps between my culture and the German one, and to ease my integration into the community. Successful stories of integration extend further to include thousands of asylum applicants who seek refuge in Germany. The experiences to be learned from my story can also be applied for asylum seekers.
Over the years, science education has been gradually reshaped in an attempt to improve learning outcomes. If science education is reformed further, there is potential for scientists to contribute even more to society. Shouldn’t empirically-validated teaching practices be applied across all universities? Further refinement of science education promises to shape a scientifically literate society in which citizens can apply scientific and moral reasoning to real-world situations.
10.2017 – Stelling et al., “The tumor suppressive TGF-β/SMAD1/S1PR2 signaling axis is recurrently inactivated in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma”, Blood. LINK
09.2017 – Juskevicius et al., “Characterization of the mutational profile of 11 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma cell lines”, Leukemia & Lymphoma. LINK
09.2017 – Hashwah et al., “Inactivation of CREBBP expands the germinal center B cell compartment, down-regulates MHCII expression and promotes DLBCL growth”, PNAS. LINK