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Anwar Nasim

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Anwar Nasim (born 7 December 1935) is a Pakistani molecular biologist and geneticist who was the president of Pakistan Academy of Sciences from 2015–2017. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada. Early life Anwar was born in a village near Pasrur in Sialkot District of Pakistan. His father was in the police service, so Anwar spent his childhood in different cities. He got his early education from Sialkot. In 1951 he passed his matric exam from Lahore. In 1953 he passed his F.Sc. exam in pre-medical from Forman Christian College Lahore. Then in 1955 he did BSc. in molecular biology from Gordon College, Rawalpindi and got first position. In 1957, he got his MSc. degree in botany with Gold Medal from the University of the Punjab, Lahore. Career and higher education Nasim started his career as a lecturer in Govt. College, Multan and then Government College, Lahore. In 1962 he got a scholarship and went to Glasgow, Scotland. In 1966 he got PhD in Bioch
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