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Sadaf Sarfraz

Sadaf Sarfraz, currently a lecturer, holds an MPhil in Molecular Pathology and Genomics, complemented by a BSc in Medical Laboratory Technology. Contributing as a healthcare writer at Scientia-Pakistan, she passionately engages in calligraphy and art.

“Speak on behalf of Mother Nature before we can’t”— Communicating Environmental and Healthcare Awareness

Have you ever wondered why it seems more accessible for the average person to participate in political discussions, yet basic scientific concepts like hyperglycemia...

Navigating Bipolar Battles, Schizophrenia Struggles, and Déjà Vu Realities in Pakistan

The taboo surrounding discussions on mental health and therapy has begun to lift, shedding light on the pervasive impact of nervous disorders.

How Carbon Footprint Impacts Mental Health

Eco-anxiety is the manifestation of anxiety stemming from worries about environmental degradation and climate change.

The STEM Gap— Contribution of Women in Science and Technology in Pakistan

The participation of women in STEM fields is not just about achieving equality, but about unlocking the door to limitless innovation and progress. 

AI and Neurobiology: Understanding the Brain through Computational Models

Brain-machine interfaces establish the direct communication pathway between the brain and external devices.

Successful cure for HIV with Stem Cell Transplantation

Stem cell transplantation is considered the most promising treatment for HIV.

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