World Forum for Women in Science (WFWS) 2024

Envisioning Tomorrow

Science for the SDGs and New Partnerships for Sustainable Futures

Registration for the participation in the networking event in Rome is still open!

online conference 15/17 april 2024

networking event
19 april 2024
Rome, italy

Envisioning Tomorrow

In our interconnected world, achieving SDG17: Partnership for the Goals is vital to creating a shared
sustainable future, and this is an endeavor we must undertake together. WFWS-2024 brings together
diverse voices of all genders from around the world to engage in dialogue and knowledge-sharing.
Beginning with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we emphasize the importance of ethical
approaches, transnational collaboration, and science as a tool for diplomacy and positive change. Join
us to explore how through global cooperation, science can bring about a more equitable, sustainable
and united future.

The final submission deadline has passed. Thanks to everyone who submitted an abstract or session. The notification of acceptance will be send out on March 26 and the final schedule will be published on April 3, 2024. Registration for the participation in the networking event in Rome is still open.


Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 April 2024, Online
The programme will be published on March 26th. Panel presentations on scientific contributions to the SDGs, with a focus on:
Friday 19 April 2024, Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy
The networking event in Rome will allow to consolidate and enlarge a growing global community, and enhance dialogue and collaboration between the Global North and the Global South. We will discuss global partnerships, science diplomacy, gender equality, the contribution of science, and the future we want. The event will start at 9 am at Parco della Musica. It will include presentations, networking, a closing panel and a gala dinner in the evening. It is free and it is part of the Festival delle Scienze. More details to be shared soon.
Organizing Comitee
Prof. Amal Amin founding Chair of WISWB and WFWS; Nerina Finetto founding director of Traces&Dreams In partnership with the Festival delle Scienze Error and Wonder, Rome, Italy; Fondazione Musica per Roma, Italy; Codice Edizioni, Italy.
Prof Dr. Amal Amin

Nerina Finetto


14.00 - 15.30 CET


Prof. Shymaa Enany
Dr. Kim Vaiphei


Dr Kim Vaiphei

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research

Rare complications observed in young Ulcerative Colitis patients

Dr. Rituparna De

DHR NRI Scientist C Department of Health Research, GoI

Identification of prognostic markers and probiotic candidates by screening of the gut microbiome in an endemic population of diarrhea

Prof. Shymaa Enany

Professor of Microbiology at Suez Canal University

Antimicrobial resistance is a major concern in the dairy industry.

Dr. Y.M.Piumika. Yapa

Research Assistant at University of Sri Jayewardenepura

Synergism of multimetallic nanohybrids as promising antimicrobial agents with an expansive coverage of microbes

Dr. Mireille Sylviane Dongmo Nguepi

Lecturer at the University of Buea

Persea americana, Curcuma longa, and Allium sativum extracts exhibit cercaricidal, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activities