Innovative Research Milestones: GBE Students Excel in Graduation Projects
The Genetics and Bioengineering (GBE) study program proudly announces the successful defense of Graduation Project theses by its three outstanding students: Delila Lekić, Nejla Bašović and Belma Šabanović. In a showcase of innovative research, these students explored diverse realms of scientific inquiry, offering fresh perspectives and solutions to contemporary challenges:
- Microbiology and Water Filtration: The thesis explored the fascinating realm of microbiology, investigating the use of minerals as efficient water filtration systems.
- Plant Biology and Therapeutic Applications: This project explored plant biology, specifically examining the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids in treating various diseases, opening new avenues for medical research and treatment.
- Metformin in T-cell Lymphoma Treatment: This thesis investigated the application of Metformin in the treatment of T-cell lymphoma, offering promising insights into combating this challenging disease.
These groundbreaking projects were presented before a distinguished committee comprising GBE professors: Senior Assistant Dr. Lejla Mahmutović, Asst. Prof. Dr. Muhamed Adilović, Asst. Prof. Dr. Jasmin Šutković, and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Altijana Hromić-Jahjefendić.
Their dedication, passion, and scholarly rigor exemplify the spirit of inquiry and innovation that defines our study program. We eagerly anticipate witnessing similar strides and achievements in the days ahead as we continue to push the boundaries of genetic and bioengineering research.
Congratulations to the graduating students and their mentors on this remarkable accomplishment. Let us continue to inspire and pave the way for groundbreaking discoveries in the field of genetics and bioengineering.