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Junior Scientist Development Visit Grants Selected for Funding (Cycle 20)
Congratulations to the following scientists who have been selected for Junior Scientist Development Visit Grants for Cycle 20! The Egyptian junior scientists are being funded by the Egyptian Science, Technology and Innovation Funding Authority (STDF). 
Design and Development of Some Novel Fluorene-based Dopant Free Hole Transport Materials for Low-Cost and High-Performance Perovskite Solar Cells
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Islam Abdellah, Aswan University
U.S. Host Scientist: Ahmed El-Shafei, North Carolina State University
Developing and Evaluation of Novel Recombinant Proteins Cocktail Vaccine (AQP1, AQP2, Bm86 and VgR) Targeted Against Cattle Fever Tick Infestations
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Seham Hendawy, National Research Centre
U.S. Host Scientist: Massaro Ueti, USDA ARS/Washington State University

Development of a Low Head Hydro Turbine System for the Nile River Egypt
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Khaled Yousef, Menoufia University
U.S. Host Scientist: Abraham Engeda, Michigan State University 

Development of Multiplexing Point of Care Diagnostic Platform Based on 3D Printed Pipette Tip for the Early Diagnosis of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) from Body Fluids
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Sherif El-Khamisy, Zewail City of Science, Technology and Innovation
U.S. Host Scientist: James Rusling, University of Connecticut Health Center
Efficient Water Harvesting from Atmosphere Using Nano-engineered Surfaces
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Ramy Abdelhady, Zagazig University
U.S. Host Scientist: Nenad Miljkovic, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Molecular and Mitochondrial Effects of Persistent Organic Perfluorinated Compounds in Aquacultured Fish
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Amany Sultan, Animal Health Research Institute, Agriculture Research Center
U.S. Host Scientist: Christopher Martyniuk, Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology/University of Florida
New Nutritional Supplements as Eco-friendly Agents to Improve Performance and Prevent Emerging Disease in Chickens: A focus on Salmonella enteritidis
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Ahmed Abdel-Wareth, South Valley University
U.S. Host Scientist: Jayant Lohakare, University of Arkansas
New Strategy for Cancer Prevention Revealed by Studying the Action of Glucosinolates’ Treatment on Proteome and Metabolome of Cancer Cells
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Islam Bayomi, Zagazig University
U.S. Host Scientist: Sixue Chen, Genetics Institute, University of Florida

Novel Architectural Assembly for Instantaneous Imaging and Photodynamic Therapy of Cancers
Egyptian Junior Scientist: Awad Said, Assiut University
U.S. Host Scientist: Françisco Raymo, University of Miami