Under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Dubai proudly hosts the inaugural Iraqi Medical Conference from January 26 to 28.

Dubai, on January 19th, WAM reported that from January 26th to 28th, Dubai will host the first edition of the “Iraqi Medical Conference in the Emirates,” under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence and the President of the Emirates Genetic Diseases Association.

Dubai stands as a global beacon of healthcare innovation, welcoming medical professionals from the Land of the Two Rivers. This initiative aligns with the wise leadership’s directives to embrace global scholars and experts, aiming to enhance scientific exchange in future medicine, diagnostic treatments, and longevity programs to improve brain function efficiency. It also offers a platform for the latest medical technologies, innovations, and genetic treatments, reinforcing Dubai’s position in the international medical community.


Dr. Musab Al-Qaisi, the official spokesperson for the Iraqi Medical Conference, expressed gratitude for the support and hospitality extended by the UAE and Dubai, highlighting the high standards provided for medical conference organization that befits Dubai’s status as a city of the future and a land of coexistence and tolerance. He mentioned that registration for the conference is open at “www.iraqmedconfuae.com

Dr. Mariam Matar, founder and chairperson of the Sheikh Zayed Genetic Research Centre and Secretary-General of the “BAU” Award, emphasized the conference’s role in offering participants a valuable opportunity to explore the latest in medical technologies and health innovations through a diverse scientific program, including accredited lectures and workshops on regenerative medicine, stem cells, and the metaverse.


The introduction of the “BAU” award aligns with the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s ethos of honoring scientific contributors and healthcare sector supporters. This edition is dedicated to talents from the Mesopotamian lands, with each future iteration set to recognize expertise from different Arab nations across various fields.

The “BAU” award, in its debut under the Arab Women’s Organization, aims to acknowledge scientific contributions from Arab countries, celebrating healthcare professionals devoted to serving humanity and science.

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