HBKU’s QBRI participates in virtual diabetes symposium Sep 16, 2020 0 8819 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaMembers of the Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) will take part in a virtual symposium organized by the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD).The Reactive Metabolites Research Group (RMSG) Symposium will allow the use of mathematical metabolic modeling to implicitly forecast the risk of developing insulin resistance and diabetic vascular complications, taking place on September 23 from 5-6 pm (Doha time).Dr. Paul J. Thornalley, Director of the QBRI Diabetes Research Centre, will co-organise and chair the symposium. Additional QBRI contributions will be made by Dr. Alberto de la Fuente, QBRI postdoctoral researcher, who will present his research on the mathematical modeling of metabolic dysfunction associated with vascular diabetes complications.The Reactive Metabolites Research Group (RMSG) Symposium is part of the 56th Annual Meeting of the EASD. The meeting will be held September 21 – 25 to highlight the new diabetes and related study findings. The virtual event is expected to draw more than 10,000 medical group participants from around the world. Find specifics of the case at https:/www.easd.org/Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI) houses state-of-the-art research facilities focused on research related to diabetes, cancer and neurological disorders. For more information on QBRI and its research centers, please visit qbri.hbku.edu.qa. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES QF partner GU-Q launches virtual hub for global dialogue on pressing issues amidst coronavirus Sep 16, 2020 0 933 QC’s art initiative receives overwhelming response Sep 16, 2020 0 711 New labour reforms enhance workers’ rights, says Qatar’s envoy to Bulgaria Sep 16, 2020 0 8630 Famous Turkish calligraphers display their works at Katara expo tribune news network doha THE Cultural Village Foundation ‘Katara’, in cooperation with the Turkish Cultural Center ‘Yunus Emre’, has launched a new virtual exhibition titled ‘Beautiful Calligraphy’. The ..