WCM-Q Dean's Honor List recognizes academic excellence

Forty-five students scored a double victory by making it onto the list in both semesters

  
Twin sisters Alia (left) and Ghalya Ashkanani celebrate their inclusion on the WCM-Q nbsp;Deanrsquo;s Honor List

Twin sisters Alia (left) and Ghalya Ashkanani celebrate their inclusion on the WCM-Q  Dean’s Honor List

Doha : The Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) Dean’s Honor List has recognized the academic performance of 63 high-achieving pre-medical and foundation students.

Students who achieved a grade point average of 3.75 or higher during the Spring or Fall Semester of the 2020-21 Academic Year were included on the list. Forty-five students scored a double victory by making it onto the list in both semesters.

The achievements of the students were acknowledged in a ceremony held at the college and online. Speaking at the ceremony, Dr. Javaid Sheikh, dean of WCM-Q said: “Making it onto the Dean’s Honor List takes a great deal of dedication and perseverance; it is not an easy feat by any means. You should all feel very proud of yourselves, as we do of you. I offer my sincere congratulations to our wonderful students and my heartfelt thanks to our faculty for helping them achieve their potential. Well done to all.”

Dr. Sean Holroyd, WCM-Q associate dean for student affairs, said: “Our students have shown remarkable resilience to continue to excel academically during the upheaval and uncertainty of the pandemic. It is extremely gratifying to be able to congratulate those students who have overcome the difficult circumstances and met the very high standards required to make it onto the Dean’s Honor List.”

WCM-Q alumna Dr. Mashael Al-Khelaifi of the Class of 2008, now a senior consultant anesthesiologist, gave the keynote speech at the ceremony, saying: “We are here to recognize this achievement, knowing that it is as a result of long-standing hard work on your part. This achievement, which signifies a striving for scientific and clinical excellence, is of utmost importance - especially now. So, congratulations - be proud of yourselves, and keep up the hard work.”

Dean’s Honor List 2020-21

Foundation Program

Manar Al-Shukri, Nawaf Al-Muhannadi, Maryam Al-Hamadi, Shahd AlMughanni, Maryam Al-Musleh

Pre-medical Program

Amal AlNaemi, Lina Ahmed, Maryam Arabi, Yazan Kaddorah, Ibtihal H Kamal, Kareem Aly, Aparajita Sarkar, Yousef Al-Najjar, Leena Aboidris, Leena Syed, Haya Al-Kuwari, AlDana Al-Khalaf, Aqib Abdul Rahman, Anam Ehtesham, Ibrahim Al-Mutawa, Mohammed Al-Ansari, Ahmad Hamza, Haeun Kim, Azwa Dilawar, Surin Lee, Younggyu Ahn, Kareem Fanous, Jawaher Alemadi, Ahmad Al-Ansari, Aimen Javed, Omar Mourad, Mohammad Yaghmour, Aisha Serpedin, Kevin Zhai, Mohammed Khalid, Ahamed Abdul Rahman Lebbe, Imane Bouhali, Nuran Bayraktar, Alia Ashkanani, Sara Mohamed, Pradipta Paul, Siddhant Nair, Ghalya Ashkanani, Momina Tareen, Safaa Elmoh, Aya Khalil, Lina AL-Ani, Farha Shaikh, Bushra Alfakhri, Asma Al-Kaabi, Hubaib Haider, Deema Al-Abdulla, Maryam Al-Kuwari, Ahmad Altamimi, Mohammed Al-Mohamedi, Zoha Baig, Hala Fouad, Beshr Mushannen, Fatima Al-Kubaisi, Latifa Mahmoud, Abdulrahman Tahir, Abdelrahman Mostafa, Fatema Falamrz.

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About Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar 

Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar is a partnership between Cornell University and Qatar Foundation. It offers a comprehensive six-year medical program leading to the Cornell University M.D. degree with teaching by Cornell and Weill Cornell faculty and by physicians at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Aspetar Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, the Primary Health Care Corporation, the Feto Maternal Center, and Sidra Medicine, who hold Weill Cornell appointments. Through its biomedical research program, WCM-Q is building a sustainable research community in Qatar while advancing basic science and clinical research. Through its medical college, WCM-Q seeks to provide the finest education possible for medical students, to improve health care both now and for future generations, and to provide high quality health care to the Qatari population.

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