Dr. Iqbal Chaudhry, head of the Scientific Organization of Islamic Countries and President of the ICCBS, has been selected for the Mustafa Prize this year. Photo courtesy of ICCBS
Karachi: Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chaudhry, Head of International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS), Karachi University and Coordinator General of COMSTEC, in recognition of his invaluable service in the field of Bio-Organic Chemistry. The award has been nominated for the “Mustafa Prize for 2021”.
According to the spokesperson of ICCBS, Karachi University, Prof. Iqbal Chaudhry Mustafa will leave for Iran on October 18 to participate in the prize distribution ceremony. The ceremony will be held on October 21 at Wahdat Hall in Tehran. According to the spokesman, the Mustafa Prize is considered the Nobel Prize of the Muslim World, which was established in 2012 as a global scientific distinction to encourage scientists to participate in four different categories, including life and medical sciences, once every two years. The award is given to scientists from Pakistan, Iran, Bangladesh, Lebanon and Morocco in related fields. Under which a scientist will be given انعام 500,000 as a reward.
It is to be noted that Prof. Iqbal Chaudhry has rendered invaluable services in the field of Organic (Organic) and Bio-Organic (Bio-Organic) Chemistry. In this regard, about 1175 scientific publications have been published internationally. Have been published.
Also noteworthy are 40 international and US patents. In addition, Dr. Mohammad Iqbal Chaudhry is the editor of several foreign books and journals on chemistry, and his scientific work has been cited 27,000 times. Hilal-e-Imtiaz has also been awarded. Prof. Iqbal Chaudhry is also a member of the National Commission for Science and Technology under the supervision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan.