WELCOME TO OUR NEWEST MEMBERS from Pakistan, England and the USA

 Dr Ahmed Saeed (Pakistan) gained his PhD in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey , where he was subsequently a Postdoctoral Researcher until 2018. From 2016-17 he was a Visiting Scientific Researcher at INRIA (French Institute of Computer Science and Automation) Center of Research at Paris-Saclay, France, under the scope of PHC Bosphore France-Turkey, and is now a Lab Engineer at COMSATS University, Islamabad, Pakistan, currently researching in all areas of control theory.
Dr Hannah Pethen (England) is an archaeologist who gained her Ph.D. in Archaeology (2015) following an M.A. Egyptology (2006), both from the University of Liverpool. From 2007 to 2010 Dr Pethen was Senior Archaeologist (Assessments) at the Museum of London Archaeology, and she is now Asyut Project Curator at the British Museum and a freelance Archaeological Consultant; she is also is an Honorary Fellow at the University of Liverpool, and Visiting Academic at the British Museum.
Dr Pethen is currently researching and writing up an archaeological survey at the Hatnub quarries in 2017, and undertaking archival and artefact research on the Hogarth collection of artefacts from Asyut (British Museum); Dr Pethen recently finished writing the satellite remote sensing of Tell Nabasha (Egyptian Delta).
Dr. Susan M. Prattis (USA) is a veterinarian who holds multiple degrees: a Veterinary Medical Doctorate (University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, 1985) and a Doctor of Philosophy (North Carolina State University, 1992) as well as Masters of Science in Non-profit Management and Philanthropy Capstone Research (Bay Path University, Longmeadow MA, 2013), an MSC in Patent Law (University of Minnesota Law School, 2019) and an ongoing MBA at the University of Houston – Victoria. As well as as her veterinarian work, Dr Prattis has been Assistant Professor at the American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon teaching Anima Sciences, and Assistant Professor of Biology and Schottenstein Professor of Neuroscience at Yeshiva University, New York.
Dr Mark White (USA) holds a Ph.D. in Social Psychology, with honors (University of Kansas, 2018) and an MA in Social Psychology (Kansas, 2016). He is a Senior Political Analyst in New York, and researches in the areas of prejudice, political ideology, research methods, and applied statistics.
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