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Dr. Hayat Sindi

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"Find a mission in life and contribute something to humanity. For me, science is a universal language that transcends nationality, religion and gender. It can help solve any problem our world faces."

Dr. Hayat Sindi (1967-) is a Saudi Arabian medical scientist. She has made major contributions to point-of-care medical testing and biotechnology, with her companies Diagnostics for All (DFA), Sonoptix, and i2. Besides entrepreneurship, she actively promotes science education in the Middle East, especially for girls, and has been appointed UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for her work. 

Dr. Sindi was the first Saudi woman to be accepted at Cambridge University in the field of biotechnology, and the first woman from any of the Arab States of the Persian Gulf to complete a PhD in the field. She was ranked by Arabian Business as the 19th most influential Arab in the world and the ninth most influential Arab woman. In 2018, she was listed as one of BBC's 100 Women.

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Nikol Chen (she/her)

Marketing & Design, Laidlaw Foundation

Hello! My name is Nikol and I look after the Laidlaw Scholars Network. I am originally from Kazakhstan and I studied Human Sciences at UCL. My final research explored the potential effects of design on patient wellbeing in hospitals, and I also took modules such as Ethnographic Documentary Filmmaking, Anthropology of the Built Environment, Art in the Public Sphere, and other less interesting-sounding things :) Drop me a line at nikol.chen@laidlawfoundation.com if you have any questions about the Network or just fancy a chat. Alternatively, you can use the teal chat bubble in the right bottom corner of your screen and I'll reply ASAP!

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