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Embark on a global journey of intellectual exploration with the “Scientific Mastery Webinar Series: From Inquiry to Impact.” This comprehensive series organized by the Algerian American Association of Science Technology and Entrepreneurship (AAASTE) in collaboration with immuNOfrontiers, invite participants to join a transformative experience that turns scientific curiosity into impactful research and publication. The series unfolds with setting the stage for a deep dive into the essence of scientific research. Addressing challenges specific to Algerian research, participants will gain insights into overcoming publishing hurdles in Algeria, fostering a collaborative and globally relevant perspective. The subsequent sessions cover a spectrum of crucial topics, from navigating the bibliographic landscape and understanding ethical considerations in research to decoding scientific papers and mastering the art of scientific writing. This global webinar series provides a unique opportunity for participants to engage in interactive discussions, workshops, and live demonstrations, fostering a community of scientists and researchers committed to advancing knowledge and making a global impact. The diverse sessions, ensure a holistic and dynamic learning experience for participants. Join us on this collective journey of knowledge and exploration, where the pursuit of scientific mastery knows no borders.


Learning objectives

  • Recognize the bibliographic research tools and develop your search strategies.
  • Get to know the core ethical concepts and policies to consider in research.
  • Learn how to efficiently read and analyze scientific papers, and extract the information you need to shape your research.
  • Learn how to craft effective research questions and hypothesis.
  • Develop Successful proposals for grant applications and funding opportunities.
  • Design and plan experimental approaches to answer your scientific questions.
  • Develop effective scientific writing skills and learn about the publication process.
  • Discover how to transition a scientific question into a viable Startup.


About the workshop


General information

  • Targeted disciplines: Biomedical sciences
  • Language: English
  • Workplace: Virtual
  • Date: May 21- 31, 2024
  • Time: 18:00-20:00 CET
  • Duration: 2 weeks


Organizing committee

  • Meriem Belabed (Ichan school of medicine at Mount Sinai, USA)
  • Selma Chami (Frantz Fanon Hospital, Algeria)
  • Hamza Ahmed Serir (Pan African University, Science technology and innovation, Kenya)
  • Fatma Zahra Sakhri (National Higher School of Biotechnology, Algeria)
  • Ahmed Amine Zergoun (M’hamed Bougara University, Algeria)



Registration is free of charge. However, a selection of participants will be based on their background and motivation. Those selected will receive a confirmation email, including the Zoom link for seamless access to the webinar.



Certificates of attendance will be issued to participants who attend all the sessions. It serves as a formal recognition of their commitment to the comprehensive learning experience provided throughout the sessions.



  • 21 May: Welcome and overview: “Embarking on the Research odyssey”
    •   Ahmed Amine ZERGOUNE
  • 22 May: Tools of the trade: “Navigating the bibliographic landscape”
    •   Selma CHAMI & Chang MOON
  • 23 May: Ethics Unveiled: “Navigating the moral compass of research”
    •   Imene SOUFLI & Yatim NADER
  • 24 May: Decoding scientific papers: “Reading between the lines”
    •   Meriem BELABED
  • 27 May: Hypothesis and questions: “Crafting the foundations of inquiry”
    •   Meriem BELABED
  • 28 May: Funding Frontiers: “Nurturing Research Through Grants”
    •   Rihab BOUCHAREB
  • 29 May: Experimental expedition: “From design to discovery”
    •   Samarth HEGDE
  • 30 May: Publication prowess: “Mastering the Art of scientific writing”
    •   Samir AOUADI
  • 31 May: From scientific project to Startup: “Turning innovation into Entrepreneurship”
    •   Ines BELLIL & Mohamed BEDROUNI