Samira Khabbazi – PhD Student (04/2013 to 01/2017)

The modulatory effect of morphine in tumor cell-macrophage interaction in the context of breast cancer. PhD Thesis.  https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:417297

UQ International Scholarship

Samira

I completed my PhD in Molecular Medicine from the University of Queensland. I also possess an undergraduate degree in Applied Chemistry and a Master’s degrees in Molecular Medicine. During my studies in MO’ s lab I was involved in designing and conducting experiments, researching information, making observations analyzing data and preparing laboratory reports. Working in this group has given me a solid foundation on which to build a career in this field. During my PhD I have conducted and managed research projects that particularly involved molecular biology and cancer.

Working in MO’s lab has provided me with a thorough understanding of an Australian research facility and an up-to-date knowledge of teaching.

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Links:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/samira-khabbazi-8520a381/ 

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Samira_Khabbazi