Patriotic Egyptians, whether at home or abroad, are first attracted to the Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt (CCHE) 57357 for philanthropic reasons. Once they have had the opportunity to visit the hospital, it becomes clear to this community why CCHE is Egypt’s modern legacy. They consequently become highly committed to supporting this prestigious institution and inspiring model of charity, one which has made a name for itself through its free provision of quality healthcare to children with cancer. While monetary contributions are always welcome, CCHE 57357 is also in need of your research skills and expertise.

As we are about to celebrate our fifth year of operations, the CCHE 57357 development and expansion scheme compels us to fully engage in research centered around pediatric cancer and healthcare sciences.

It is our mission to develop a leading research institute that will carry out basic science research, translational and clinical research in the areas of cancer genetics and biology, epidemiology, treatment, health care policy, healthcare management, pharmacy and nursing. CCHE 57357 already hosts the largest pediatric cancer population and sports the latest hospital informatics system. With the implementation of this research institute, we will then capable of answering research questions with speed and precision, thereby helping to make significant scientific advances not only in the medical field, but also in all other healthcare-related fields, including engineering, IT, and physics, among others. This strategy will aid us in meaningfully contributing to the advancement of public health in Egypt.

In working with CCHE 57357, you have the potential to collaborate closely with international entities, performing studies on the roles that genetic background, environment and lifestyle play in patients’ susceptibility to cancer and the pathogenesis of particular cancers. CCHE 57357 has an impressive repertoire of accomplishments and global connections, having conducted joint research studies with such prestigious institutions as Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Children’s Hospital Boston and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Research collaboration with CCHE 57357 can be conducted from your country of residence or from Egypt, should you decide to take up residence here. In the latter case, you can be assured of CCHE 57357’s full support.

While many are wary of the research standards which prevail in Egypt, there is no doubt that CCHE 57357 has become the icon of change prior to and during this critical time in our nation. This change is one which encompasses the provision of free quality healthcare services to all children with cancer, ushering in a new era in both patient care and the pursuit of scientific discovery and innovation.

The career opportunities available for you at CCHE 57357 are abundant. If you wish to collaborate with some of the most curious minds and passionate individuals, CCHE 57357 awaits you. Working together in our global fight against cancer is an urgent necessity and collaboration is the key to overcoming the hurdles before us. Please contact Dr. Sherif Abouelnaga, CCHE’s Vice-President of Research, Academic Affairs and Outreach, at for more information about career opportunities with CCHE 57357.