Forough Khadem Passed Away | Cause of Death
Forough Khadem Death & Obituary: It with so much sadness that friends and families of late Khadem announced the death on social media.
Forough Khadem passed away January 8, 2020. She died at the age of 38. Friends, relatives and concerned individuals are painfully mourning the unexpected passing of the deceased.
InsideEko learnt about this death news through a social media post.
Forough Khadem is among 63 Canadians who died in the Ukrainian plane crash in Iran. “Forough was one of my best PhD trainees, an outstanding scientist and above an amazing human being,” says her professor Dr Jude Uzonna. https://t.co/9lB77QwgR7 @CBCManitoba
— Karen Pauls (@karenpaulscbc) January 8, 2020
Our prayers are with families of the deceased and everyone mourning the death.
More details about this death and what really happened has not been released.
Forough Khadem Cause Of Death
The cause of death is linked to plane crash. We are looking out for more details and circumstances surrounding the death. We will make update this post once we have new details available on this.
We have reason to believe that our alumnus, colleague & friend Dr. Forough Khadem has tragically passed in #tehran crash. She was a unique & accomplished human being who would do anything to help anyone and will never be forgotten. We offer our deepest condolences to her family. pic.twitter.com/gzlNzhWFMu
— Dept of Immunology @ UofM (@UM_Immu) January 8, 2020
Forough Khadem was such a presence in the tech and science community. She was a great conversationalist and had the best stories of travel, family and businesses that she enjoyed connecting with and championing. She was also a champion of women in STEM careers.
We’ll miss her. pic.twitter.com/Q6IDliFhL9
— Tech Manitoba (@TechManitoba) January 9, 2020
Condolences to families and friends of flight #PS752. We lost esteemed colleague @foroughkhadem; @UAlberta Profs Daneshmand and Mousavi; and interns Hamid Setareh Kokab, @UWindsor, and Amirhossein Ghassemi, @Umanitoba. A tremendous loss for Canadian innovation and the world.
— Mitacs (@MitacsCanada) January 10, 2020
Just watched Dr. Forough Khadem’s 2016 3MT presentation. Reminded me of her extraordinary presentation and time management skills. We miss you Forough. We are hurting, #RIP dear Forough @UM_Immu @UM_RadyFHS @um_research @UMGradStudies https://t.co/sa1yandtIm
— Jude (@drleish) January 10, 2020