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DDI kicks off summer internship program

KUWAIT: Dasman Diabetes Institute (DDI), founded by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, recently launched its yearly summer internship program for students and fresh graduates who are eager to dive into the world of research. The goal of this program at DDI is to provide interns with the skills and experiences needed for a successful career in the future. Thirty-five students with relevant majors and interests have been enrolled.

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Through the program, interns get the chance to work on diabetes research projects and initiatives, ranging from Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and their complications, childhood and adolescent obesity etc. Interns attend seminars, lectures, and journal club meetings. In addition, they learned core research principles. This program highlights the Institute’s outreach efforts through such initiatives, with an emphasis on benefiting the Kuwaiti community in alignment with KFAS and DDI’s strategy and vision.

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