The Lebanese University graduate Batoul Ghadar ranked first in the results of the Master 2 in Biology - Health after obtaining a score of 17.287/20.
In the Master's thesis, Batoul studied the negative impact of weight gain and diabetes on the brain, particularly blood vessels and stem cells, using the zebra fish as a guinea pig.
Batoul holds a Bachelor in Life Sciences and Master 1 in Animal Biology from the Lebanese University - Faculty of Sciences and completed the Master 2 at the University of Reunion Island following a scholarship from the Erasmus+ programme.
She intends to pursue her PhD at the University of Reunion Island according to a preliminary dissertation draft entitled "Effect of some plants from the Reunion Island on the negative symptoms of the brain in case of weight gain and diabetes, and the possibility of extracting treatment thereof”.
Regarding her study at the Lebanese University, Batoul says, "This University has provided us with a solid scientific background compared to our French colleagues, and I am proud to be a graduate of this national university".