Dry Lab work is behind the scene type of job, however, it is an extremely
crucial one. They designed the DNA parts used in our project, reviewed
literature, chose the suitable methodologies and done all experiments in
silico prior to lab experimentation.
All members from the biological science background took part in the lab.
Wet Lab mission won’t have been possible without the help from Dr
Mohammed Nour and Ms. Rania Abdelhakeem Abdelgaber who helped us
around the lab and extended the lab working hours for us.
Our team received valuable guidance and support in designing protocols and
troubleshooting of experiments from Prof Dr Ahmed Osman , Dr Mohamed
Gamal Farahat,Dr Mahmoud Saleh, Dr Wael El-Menofy, Dr Haytham Mohamed and Dr Mohamed Naguib.
Also Ms. Dina Amr,Ms. Sara Hamdy and Ms. Nourhan Yehia provided technical advice and
Not to forget the help we got from our friend Mahmoud Khaled
Farouk Adel and Youssef Mahmoud contributed in brainstorming for the
All members worked on our human practices activities.
All Team members contributed to the fundraising efforts
Our friend Lobna Khaled helped with searching for potential supporters,
contacting and visiting them.
Tarek Galal was responsible for all the work regarding receiving packages
and getting permissions for all of our work.
From time to time, the rest of the team helped.
Photography and Documentation
Our friends Ahmed Ashour, Fady Fadl and Samir George helped us with designing some pages on the Wiki.
Youssef Mahmoud, as the team leader, was responsible for the organization
and coordination of all project aspects
Our Participation in iGEM won’t have been possible without the support of
our Faculty Dean, Prof Dr Abdel-Hamid Wagdy El Manawi, who believed in us, convinced the University to pay our fees and signed letters and papers needed throughtout the project to make things easier for us
Our PIs Prof Dr Khadega Gaafar and Prof Dr Maimona Kord, those who supported us from
day one,contacting people to facilitate our participation,provided us with the lab space and reagents,
needed letters. We extend the thanks to every professor who helped with the project planning and