Grandmother with Alzheimer’s inspired Syrian teen to seek Cambridge Chemistry place

Grandmother with Alzheimer’s inspired Syrian teen to seek Cambridge Chemistry place


I think that in future for my future
plans I kind of intend to try to like develop new companies that would cure
like popular diseases as like you know like as Alzheimer and other like
Parkinson’s and things. I think that more to me it’s a personal
thing the fact that my grandmother has Alzheimer’s disease so I’m afraid
that there is a possibility a huge possibility that my father would have
have it to. The beginning of the crisis our study was all on the on the
candlelight especially in the beginning of the crisis there is kind of sometimes
24-hour cut of electricity but then you know the situation developed and people
kind of adapted, if there is LED lights they use kind of batteries and like just
connected to LED lights. My lovely uncle gave me a gift was this a mobile phone
that I send you a pic of it and then I started learning chemistry on it like
international references from organic chemistry by John McMurray to the Adkins
for physical chemistry and moreover I like started to like solve international
chemistry problems and on it. All my study was on that phone
before I won the bronze medal. I kind of told I believe that I told the
neighborhood or the neighborhood because you know the sound of my shows the
screaming you know after that like for a couple minutes I didn’t believe it but
then I was kind of screaming that it’s real and then all my family had
knowledge of that and there was a kind of a very magnificent magnificent
support from students at Cambridge I’m very very very grateful for that.
I kind of was attracted to Corpus Christi for the fact that Dr. Ben
Pilgrim, I was kind of very admired
like by the work of Ben pilgrim and his PhD thesis. I kind of was very interested
so so yeah I think that the even though Dr Ben Pilgrim is still young I think
that I was inspired by him. I’m very inspired by Ahmed Zewail who is the
first Arabic person to win a Nobel Prize in science, he won it
actually in chemistry in 1999 the year I was born. All my memories I will bring
with me just yeah you know it gives you a motivation when you look at something
from your childhood, from your childhood memories and see or what I’ve become now. I think that I have small toys that I used to play when I was child
yeah it’s in the box so I think that yeah I will bring it with me.

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