Dr. Farah Abdel Aziz El-Shennawy, through her unwavering dedication and pioneering spirit began her journey with the honor of being appointed as the first woman to hold the esteemed position of Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Mansoura University. In 2018, she received a prestigious recognition at the Egyptian Women's Celebration when His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi bestowed upon her a well-deserved tribute.

As Director of the Center for Stem Cells of Umbilical Cord Project at Mansoura University, Dr. Farah has propelled groundbreaking research and advancements in the medical field. Her expertise as a Professor of Clinical Pathology and Immunology, former Vice-President of Mansoura University, and current NCW Dakahlia Branch Rapporteur has brought her numerous accolades. Furthermore, she assumed the presidency of the French Cultural Center in Mansoura, strengthening the ties between Egypt and France.

Dr. Farah's exceptional journey took a profound turn when she became a student of one of the Nobel Prize-winning professors, acquiring invaluable knowledge and guidance. Her commitment to fostering Egyptian-French relations has been exemplified by her significant contributions, including organizing the esteemed third annual conference of the Center for Stem Cells of Umbilical Cord Project at Mansoura University.

In recognition of her outstanding efforts and instrumental role in promoting collaboration between Egypt and France in the medical, research, cultural, and social domains, the French Ambassador in Cairo recently bestowed upon Dr. Farah the prestigious French Order of Merit "Great Officer." This remarkable distinction, one of the highest honors conferred by the French government to scientists, is a testament to her unwavering commitment and remarkable achievements.