ISLAMABAD – In a matter of pride, Pakistani student Umair Masood bagged the ‘Young Scientist Award 2021’ from American Lab Roots Organisation at an annual conference on biotechnology.
The conference was held in January 2021 in which students from 121 countries from around the world participated.
Masood, who is student of the Comcast University, Abbottabad, distinguished among the students for his exceptional contribution in the field of Molecular Diagnostic Techniques.
Congratulations! 🎊 to 🇵🇰 student Umair Masood who has received the ‘Young Scientist Award 2021’ from the American #Lab-Root organization at a conference in which students from 121 countries from around the world participated.
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— U.S. Embassy Islamabad (@usembislamabad) March 9, 2021
He had presented two research papers at the International Conference on Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in Australia and the 13th International Conference on Tissue and Regenerative Medicine in the United States.
Masood won the title after bagging 336 votes while his competitors from Israel and Germany received 264 and 164 votes respectively.
On the occasion, Masood thanked Allah and his parents.
Social media users have showered praises on the young student.
The youngest scientist of 2021 umair masood should be on top trending and nida yasir should invite him in her show. That's it
— MS (@m_pluviophile) March 9, 2021
Proud over Abbottabad Campus Student Umair Masood BS Biotechnologyhttps://t.co/1uGRvNgLHa
— Haseeb Ahmed (@Haseeba87) March 8, 2021
Bravo. Congratulations to umair masood. Keep it up. https://t.co/vSIWkPmzPK
— Muzaffar Shahzad (@shahzad6161) March 9, 2021