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اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الكيمياء الحيوية [بنين]

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Prof. Omar Salem Al-Attas




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[align=left]NAME : Omar Salem Abdullah Al-Attas
NATIONALITY : Saudi
SEX : Male
CURRENT ACADEMIC RANK : Professor
DATE OF PROMOTION : 17/07/1416 H ( 09/12/1997)
ACADEMIC DEGREES :
1) B.Sc.:
King Saud University.
College of Science.
Riyadh, Sarudi Arabia .
09/06/1978
2) Ph.D.:
College : Medicine, Dept. of Clinical Biochemistry
and Metabolic Medicine.
University : Newcastle upon Tyne University.
City / Country : Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Ph.D. Acquiring Date : 07/06/1983 AD.
Ph.c. Thesis Title : ( studies on Insulin Receptors ).
Advisor Name : Jonathan Whittaker, MBBS, MRCP
professor K.G.M.M. Alberti,
(President , Royal College of Physical U.K.).
Applicant,s Major : Biochemistry.
Minor : Hormonal Receptors.


EMPLOYMENT & ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY 

1) EMPLYMENT HISTORY :
Professor of Biochemistry
College of Science.
King Saud University.
(09/12/1995) to date.
Associate Professor of Biochemistry
Department of Biochemistry
College of Science.
King Saud University.
(21/10/1990-0812/1995)
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
Department of Biochemistry
College of Science.
King Saud University.
(10/09/1983-21/10/1990)
Graduate Student
Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Metabolic Medicine
University of Newcastle upon Tyne , U.k .
( 01/10/1979-26/091983) .
Demonstrator (Teaching Assistant ) in Biochemistry
College of Medicine.
King Saud University.
(20/09/1978-29/09/1979).
2) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENTS:
Dean College of Science
College of Science
King Saud University
(2001- 2007 )
Vice Dean for Academic Affairs , College of Science
College of Science
King Saud University
(1998-2001)

Acting Chairman
Department of Biochemistry
College of Science
King Saud University
(1987-1989)
3) SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS:
Research projects awarded by the College of Science , Research Center,
King Saud University :
1- Status of insulin and c-peptide in newly diagnosed saudi dibetics
(Bio/1404/38).
2- The role of autoimmunity in the development of gestational
diabetes mellitus (Bio/1412/15).
3- Study on some etiological factors of gestational diabetes mellitus
among Saudis (Bio/1412/15).
Research projects supported or collabarated with or by Ministry of Health
and Faculty of Medicine, King Saud University:

1- Epidemiological Survey on Endemic Goiter Among
School children in Gizan Region, Saudi Arabia (1989-
1990).
2- Studies on Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in Saudis. In
Collaboration with Prince Salman Bin Abdulaziz
Hospital in Riyadh (1991 - 1994)
3- Screening of Chronic Disease in Saudi Arabia. In
Collaboration with the General Directorate of Primary
Health Care Ministry of Health (1990 - 1994)
4- Study the Lipid Profile Levels in Saudis (1996)
5- Coranary artery disease in Saudi Arabia (1997-2002).
Research project supported by UNICEF and in collaboration
with the Faculty of Medicine, King Saud University (1993):
Analysis of Iodine in Urine in Saudis .
Prof . Omar Al Attas – C.V. - 5 - Tel. No : +966 1 467 5939
E-mail: omrattas@ksu.edu.sa Fax No : +966 1 467 5931
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Sabbatical leave offered Kindly by King Saud University at the
Departmetnt of Medicine, Division of Endocriology and
Metabolism, state University of New Yourk , Stony Broke , USA
(1992/1993) .
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A: PUBLICATIONS
1) Al-Attas O.S., Comparative studies on the major feature of insulin receptors
in mammalian and non-mammalian liver membranes. Comp Biochem
Physical 93,1;125-133 (1989).
2) Al-Attas O.S., Insulin receptor autoantibodies in newly diagnosed Saudi
diabetic patients. Biochem Clin 14,41;367-372 (1990).
3) Al-Attas O.S., Laajam MA, Han MS, Al-Drees AZ. Endogenous insulin
secretion in newly diagnosed diabetic in Saudi Arabia. Diab. Res. Clin Pract
8;51-60 (1990).
4) Al-Attas O.S., Laajam MA, Khan MS, Al-Drees AZ, Bottzzo GF. Frequency
of islet cell antibodies in adult Saudi newly diagnosed diabetic patients. Ann
Saudi Med 10;369-373 (1990).
5) Al-Attas O.S., Laajam MA, Khan MS, Al-Drees AZ, Bottazzo GF.
Relationship of beta cell function and islet cell antibodies in newly diagnosed
adult Saudi diabetic patients. Saudi Med J. 12(2);102-106 (1991).
6) AL ATTAS O.S., Laajam MA, Khan MS, Al-Drees AZ. Obesity and major
metabolic indices in newly diagnosed Saudi diabetic patients. Trop Geogr
Med 42;140-145(1990).
7) Laajam MA, Al Attas O.S, Jim, LK, El Bolbol S, Bashi SA, Al-Khayal LA,
Sulimani RA. Guar gum in non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus: A double
blind crossover placebo controlled trial in Saudi Arabian patients. Ann Saudi
Med 10;525-530(1990).
8) Abu-Salah KM, Al Attas O.S., Al-Duhaiman AS, Gorban AM, Al-Jaafari
AA. Towards an application oriented biochemistry curriculum. Bioch. Educ.
14;28-31 (1990).
9) Al Attas O.S., Insulin receptor binding from mid-term and full-term
placentas of gestational diabetic patients and normal pregnant women .
Accepted for publication in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry (1995).
10) Al Attas O.S., Correlates of insulin autoantibodies with beta cell function at
the time of diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Accepted for publication in the
American Journal of the Medical Sciences (1995).
11) Al Attas O.S., The pattern of biochemical indices in women with gestational
diabetes mellitus and those at risk of developing the condition. Med Sci Res
23;118(1995).
12) Al-Attas O.S., Cellular mechanisms of insulin action. International Diabetes
Digest 5(2);34-35 (1993).
13) Al-Attas O.S., Al-Okail MS. features of insulin receptor interaction in
placenta from normal, overt and poorly controlled gestational diabetic
patients. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 126; 135-142 (1993).
Prof . Omar Al Attas – C.V. - 7 - Tel. No : +966 1 467 5939
E-mail: omrattas@ksu.edu.sa Fax No : +966 1 467 5931
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14) Al-Okail MS, Al-Attas O.S., Histological changes in placental
syncytiotrophoblasts of poorly controlled gestational diabetic patients.
Endocrine J 41(4);355-360(1994).
15) Al-Attas O.S., Al Dagheri NM, Vigo NT. Vanadate enhances insulin-receptor
binding in gestational diabetic placenta. Cell Bioch. And Function. 13;9-14
(1995).
16) AlAttas O.S., Al Dagheri NM. Placental insulin binding in women at high
risk of developing gestational diabetes mellitus: Effect of familialhistory of
diabetes mellitus as risk factor. Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolism 8;74-80
(1995).
17) Sulimani RA, Al Attas O.S., El-Desouki Ml, Eissa MA, Al Nuaim A, Al
Sekait MA. Thyroid antibodies: High prevalence among schoolchildren and
adolescents in Gizan, Saudi Arabia. Accepted for publication Saudi Med J. 6
Nov 1994.
18) Sulimani RA, Al-Attas O.S., Ali ME, El Desouki M, Al Nuaim A, Al Sekait
A. Prevalence of endemic goiter among schoolchildren and adolescents in
Gizan, Saudi Arabia. Accepted for publication Saudi Med J. 20 Swpt 94.
19) Sulimani RA, Al-Attas O.S., El-Desouki M. Eissa M, Al Nuaim A, Al Sekait
M. Iodide concentrations in Saudi Waters: A cause for concern. Ann Saudi
Med 11;655-657 (1991).
20) Al-Attas O.S., Sulimani RA. Iodine concentrations in Saudi staple foods.
Saudi Med J 14(4);322-324(1993).
21) Sulimani RA, Laajam MA, Al-Attas O.S., Famuyiwa FO, Bashi S. Mekki
MO, Ai Nuaim A. Effect of ramadan fasting on diabetes control in type II
diabetic patients. Nutr Research 11;26-264(1991).
22) Bakir S, Al-Attas O.S., kordy M. Gader AMA. Effect of fasting on diurnal
changes of thyroi8d hormones. Med J Cairo Univ. 16;49-43(1993).
23) Bakir S, Al Attas O.S., Kordy MMT, Gader AGMA, Muzrachi A,
Mohammady I. Effect of ramadan fast on the diurnal change of total calcium,
parathyroid hormone and calcitonin. Med J Cairo Univ. 62(2);463-468(1994).
24) Bakir S, Al Attas O.S., Kordy MMT, Gader AGMA, Haidera MS. Effect of
ramadan fast on corticotrophin and beta-endorphins. Med J Cairo Univ.
62(2);485-491(1994).
25) Younes B, Al Mishari A, Al Hakeem A, Al Zamil F, Al Saleh S, Al Attas
O.S., Iodine level in breast milk of nursing mothers living in Riyadh City.
Med Sci Res . 22;675-676(1994).
26) Al Senaidy A, Al Attas O.S., Al Dagheri NM. Plasma a and b tocpherol
levels during pregnancy in women with GDM and women at high risk of
developing GDM. Med Sci Res 23;171-174(1995).
27) Al-Hazzaa H, Sulaiman M, Al-Mobaireek KF, Al-Attas O.S. Prevalence of
coronary artery disease risk factors in Saudi Children. H of Saudi Heart Assoc.
5;126-133(1993).
28) Al-Khames HA, Kandil HA, El-Tahir KEH, Al-Attas O.S., Bayomi SM.
Synthesis of certain N-[[4-(1H-Tetrazolo-5-y1) methy1] Benzenesulfony1]-
N'-Substituted Ureas as potential antidiabetic agents. Scientia Pharmaceutical
62;363-372(1994).
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E-mail: omrattas@ksu.edu.sa Fax No : +966 1 467 5931
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29) Al-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, Al Mazrou Y, Khoja T, Al-Attas O.S., Al-Khoja
T, Al-Dagheri NM. National Chronic Metabolic Disease Survey (Part I)
Ministry of Health and King Saud University, Riyadh Saudi Arabia (1995)
30) AL-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, Al-Mazrou Y, Al-Attas O.S., Al-Dagheri N,
Prevalence of hypercholesterlemia in Saudi Arabia Epidemiological study. Int
J Card. 54; 41-49(1996).
31) AL-Nuaim A, al-Rubeaan K, Al-Mazrou Y, Al-Attas O.S., Al-Dagheri N,
Serum total, fractionated cholesterol concentration and prevalence of
overweight and obesity in Saudi Arabia. Int. J. Obesity. 20; 457-552(1996).
32) Al-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, AlMazrou Y, Khoja T, Al-Attas O.S., Al-
Dagheri NM. Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity and Hypercholesternia
in Saudi Arabia. In “Diet-Related Non-Communicable Disease in the Arab
Countries of the Gulf” Edited by Musaiger A, and Miladi S. Book published
by FOA Regional office Near East. 73-81 (1996).
33) Al-Attas O.S., Al-Nuaim A, Sulimani R, Al-Dagheri N, Al-mazrou Y, Farag
M. Iodine deficiency in Saudi Arabia. In proceeding of workshop on
prevention and control of micrantrint deficiencies in the Arab Gulf
Cooperation Council Countries. (Kuwait, 30 June-2 July 1996) 55-65.
34) O.S.Al-Attas Al-Nuaim A . Al-Herbish A . (1996a) . The pattern of growth and
obesity in Saudi Arabian male school cheldren. Int. J. Obese.
20:1000-1005.
35) Abdul Rahman Al-Nuaim, MB,FACP, Khalid Al-Rubeaan , MB,FRCP(C),
Yagob Al-Mazrou,MB,PhD, Al-Attas O.S,PhD, Al-daghri NM,MSc. Tawfik
Khoja , MB, MRCGP , High prevalence of overweight and obesity in Saudi
Arabia, Int J. Obesity .20;457-552 (1996).
36) AL-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, Al-Mazrou Y, Al-Attas O.S., Al-Dagheri N,
Serum Total, fractionated cholesterol concentration and prevalence of
hypercholesterlemia in Saudi Arabia, regional variation. Ann. Saudi Medicine.
17;197-184(1997).
37) AL-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, Al-Mazrou Y, Al-Attas O.S.,
Al-Dagheri N, khoja. T. (1997b) Population-based epidemiological study on
charcateristics of risk tactors of hypercholesterolemia in Saudi Arabia . Int. J.
Cardiol. 31-47-54.
38) AL-Nuaim A, Al-Rubeaan K, Al-Mazrou Y, Kamel, Al-Attas O.S., Al-
Dagheri N, Iodine deficiency in Saudi Arabia. Accepted for publication in
Ann. Saudi Medicine(1997).
39) AL-Nuaim A. Al-Rubeaan K. Al-Mazrou Y, Al-Attas O.S., Khoja T, Al-
Dagheri. National Chronic Metabolic diseases survey (part II). Ministry of
Health and King Saud University Riyadh-Saudi Arabia (1997).
40) Al-Attas O.S., Micronatnients in Saudi Arabia A Review Presented in
“Workshop on Micronatnients and Diet-Related Chionic Diseases in the Arab
Gulf Countries (1999)
41) Al-Attas O.S., Science Curriculum for Development in the Next Millenium.
Presented at Science for the Twenty-first Century A New Commitment.
Budapest Hungary (1999).
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E-mail: omrattas@ksu.edu.sa Fax No : +966 1 467 5931
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42) Alsaif MA, Lei KY, and Al-Attas O.S. (2000). Comparison between adult Saudi
diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetics. FASEB J. 14:A522.
43) Alsaif MA, Hakim IA, Harris RB, Aloud AA, Lei KY, Al-Attas O.S.(2001).
Prevalence and risk factors of obesity and overweight in adult Saudi population.
FASEB J. 16:A342.
44) Alsaif MA, Hakim IA, Harris RB, Aloud AA, Lei KY, Al-Attas O.S.(2001).
Prevalence and risk factors of Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus in Saudi
adults. Congress of Epidemiology 2001 (Abst.). American Journal of
Epidemiology (Supp.) PP. S51, Vol. 153(11),June 1,2001.
45) Hakim IA, Alsaif MA, Aloud AA, Al-Attas O.S.(2001). Cross sectional study of
the effect of drinking black tea on cardiovascular disease among Saudi Women.
Congress of Epidemiology 2001 (Abst.). American Journal of Epidemiology
(Supp.) PP. S270, Vol. 153(11),June 1,2001.
46) O.S.Al-Attas K.A. Al-Rubeaan Alsaif. Factor associated with non-insulin depent
diabetes mellitus among representive of sample of saudi adults.
The 8th congress of asia Association of Endocrise Surgeons, April 2002 Seoul
Korea .
47) Al-Nozah M, Al-Daghri N, Bartlett WA, Al-Attas O.S, Al-Maatouq M, Martin
SC, Kumar S, Jones AF. Serum homocysteine concentration is related to diabetes
mellitus but not to coronary heart disease in Saudi Arabia. Diabetes Obes Metab
2002 Mar,4(2):118-23.
48) Mohammed A, Alsaifa,*, Iman A. Hakimb, Robin B, Harrisc, Mansour
Alduwaihyd, Khalid Al-Rubeaand, Abdul Rahman Al-Nuaimd, Omar S. Al-
Attasd. Prevalence and risk factors of obesity and overweight in adult Saudi
population. 2002 Elsevier Science ,22:(1243-1252).
49) Hakim IA, Alsaif MA , Alduwaihy M, Al-Rubeaan K, Al-Nuaim AR, Al-Attas
OS. Tea consuption and the prevalence of coronary heart diseas in saudi adults:
results from a saudi national study. Prev. Med. 2003 36 (1) : 64-70 ) .
50) Al-Daghri N, Al-Attas O.S, Patel A, Belyaev ND, Bartlett WA, Jones AF,
Kumar S, Bain SC. Association between Taq IB cholesterol ester transfer protein
polymorphism and low HDL cholesterol concentration in Saudis. Clinical
Science 2003. 105(4) 467-472.
51) Al-Daghri N, K Al-Rubean , WA Bartlett, Al-Attas O.S, AF Jones, S Kumar.
Serum leptin is elevated in Saudi Arabian patients with metabolic syndrome and
coronary artery disease. Diabetic Medicine 2003 Oct. 20(10) 832-837.
52) N. Al-Daghri1, R. Chetty2, P.G. McTernan4, K. Al-Rubean3, O. Al-Attas1, A.F.
Jones2, and S. Kumar4. Serum Resistin is associated with C-reactive protein in
Type 2 diabetes and population. Medmond S.r.1, Aug. 31- Sep. 4,2004 (673-
681).
53) Al-Nozha MM, Al-Maatouq MA, Al-Mazrou YY, Al-Harthi SS, Arafah
MR, Khalil MZ, Khan NB, Al-Khadra A, Al-Marzouki K, Nouh MS, Abdullah M,
Attas O, Al-Shahid MS, Al-Mobeireek A. Diabetes mellitus in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Med J. 2004 Nov;25(11):1603-10.
54) Al-Attas O, Al-Daghri N, K Al-Rubean, Bartlett WA, Martin SC, Kumar S,
Jones AF. Fasting Plasma Homocysteine concentration is Higher in Elderly
People and Associated with Glucose in the Metabolic Syndrome. Biochemistry
depatrtment, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ,
April 2006.
Prof . Omar Al Attas – C.V. - 10 - Tel. No : +966 1 467 5939
E-mail: omrattas@ksu.edu.sa Fax No : +966 1 467 5931
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55) Al-Attas O, Al-Daghri N. Plasma resistin and leptin levels in male and female
normal subjects:correlations with fat mobilization. Biochemistry depatrtment,
College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia , June 2006.
56) Al-Daghri NM, Al-Attas OS, Al-Rubeaan K. The atherogenic and metabolic impact on
non-HDL cholesterol versus other lipid subcomponents among non-diabetic and diabetic
Saudis. Lipids Health Dis 2007; 6(1):9
57) Al-Daghri NM, Al-Attas O, Al-Rubeaan K, Mahieldin M, Al-Katari M, Jones
AF, Kumar S. Serum leptin and its relation to anthropometric measures of obesity
in pre-diabetic Saudis. Cardiovasc Diabetol 2007; 6:18.
58) Al-Daghri NM, Al-Attas O, Al-Rubeaan K, Sallam R. Adipcytokine profile of
type 2 diabetics in metabolic syndrome as defined by various criteria. Diabet
Metab Res Rev 2007; Jul 26 [Epub ahead of print].
59) NM. Al-Daghri, Ph.D, Omar S. Al-Attas, Ph.D, M Al-Onazi Ph.D, K Al-
Rubeaan, MD, Ph.D, H Al-Najjar. Correlation of serum adipocytokines to family
history of Diabetes Mellitus and smoking history in healthy subjects. Clinical
Biochemistry 2007.
60) Nasser M. Al-Daghri, Omar S. Al-Attas, Khalid Al-Rubeaan, Reem Sallam.
Adipcytokine profile of type 2 diabetics in metabolic syndrome as defined by
various criteria. Diabetes Metabolism Research and Reviews 2007.



B . BOOKS
1. By designation of the General Foundation of
Technical Education and Training this book was
accomplished (1988).
v Al-Attas O.S. al-Jaafari AA, al-Nasser IA. Biochemistry for Health
Control in Arabic.
2. By designation of the General Dirctorate of health Colleges and
Institute, ministry of Health (1991).
v Sedrani SH, Al-Attas O.S. Principles of Biochemistry 2nd Level,
Laboratory Section .


C) OTHER ACTIVITIES:
A- COMMITTES:
1) Member of the Curriculum and Extra-Curricular
Committee in the department of Biochemistry , 1984-1988.
2) Convenor of the Istruments and Materials Committee in
the Department of Biochemistry , 1987-1988.
3) Member of the Eualization and Annual Report
Committee in Department of Biochemistry ,1987-1988.
4) Member of the Committee for Managing the Affairs of
Demonstrators and Distinguished Students in the
Department of Biochemistry , 1988 to date .
5) Member of the Academic Supervision Committee in the
College of Science, 1987.
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6) Member of the Instruments and Materials Committee in
the College of Science , 1986-1994.
7) Member of the Executive Committee for the Second
National Meeting of Chemists, King Saud
University,1987.
8) Convenor of the Publicity Committee for Second
National Meeting of Chemists, King Saud
University,1987.
9) Leader of the Social Activities Committes, College of
Science , King Saud University,1988-1989.
10) Convenor of the Instruments and Materials Committee
in the Department of Biochemistry, 1990-1993.
11) Convenor of the higher Studies Committee in the
College of Science, 1996-1998.
12) Member of Scientic Programmes Committee in College
of Applied Studies, 2000-2002.
13) Member of cooperative Education Committee in the
University , 2003.
14) Member in the Committee for Saudies Substitution in
the University , 2000 to date.
15) Member in the Committee for preparing the 8th
Development Plan in the University during (2025-2030),
2004- to date.


B- COUNCILS:
1) Member in the College of Science Board ,(1985-1986),(1988-
1990),(2001- 2007).
2) Member in the Editorial Board of the International Diabetes
Digest, 1994 to date.
3) Member in the Higher Studies Board of the University (1996-
1998).
4) Member in Saudi Chemical Society, 1997 to date.
5) Editor in Chief of Chemistry Education Journal,(1997 -1998).
6) Member in University Board, (2001- 2007).
C: PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
1) Member of the European Association for the Study of
Diabetes, 1982 to date.
2) Member of the Saudi Biological Society, 1984 to date.
3) Member of the American Diabetes Association, (1992 -2000).
4) Member of the International Diabetes Federation, 1993 to date.



(UNIVERSITY & COMMUNITY SERVICES)

1) Referee for proceeding of the 2nd National meeting of Chemists, King Saud
University 1988.
2) Referee for research projects submitted to King Abdulaziz for Science and
Technology 1985-1992 .
3) Referee for research projects submitted to the Research Center, King
Abdulaziz University 1988-1997.
4) Participated in the Chemistry & Biology training course for Secondary School
teachers 1984-1985.
5) Participated in the course for the Diabetic Educators, King Abdulaziz Hospital
1994-1995.
6) Affect of Induced Diabetes Mellitus on Embryo Implantation and Pregnancy in
Rabbits.
7) Supervisor or Co-supervisor* in the following M.Sc. thesis projects:
1- The molecular basis of insulin-receptor interaction in Saudi diabetic
pregnancy women (Biochemistry 1990).
2- The relationship between diabetogenic factors and insulin receptor status in
Saudi gestational diabetes (Biochemistry 1992).
3- A study on the lipid composition of the uterine fluids during the normal
time of Embryo Implantation in rabbits (Zoology-1995)*.
4- Determination of nitric oxide in gestational human placenta
(Biochemistry 1997).
5- Studying of risk factor in coronary artery disease (Biochemistry 1998).
6- Effect of induced diabetes mellitus on Embryo Implantation pregnancy in
Rabbits (Zoology-1999)*.
7- Factor V gene mutation in Patients with deep vien thrombosis
(Biochemistry 2004).
8- Evaluation of Zinc Protoporphyrin (ZPP) as diagnostic tool the diagnosis of
Iron deficiency anemia on peripartum women (Biochemistry 2004).
8) Reviewer for the following M.Sc. thesis examination:
1- Effect of expermental liver damage on some physiological parameters in
rats (Zoology-1991).
2- Studies on gamma-crystalline from camel eye lens (Biochemistry 1992).
3- A histochemical study on lipids in the rabbit the normal time of
implantation (Biochemistry 1995).
4- Laboratory study of microbial cleaning of oil spilled in marine and
terrestrial areas: Application in Saudi Arabia (Biochemistry 1995).
5- Four parameters for measuring of the toxicity endotoxins
(Microbiology 1996).
6- Effect of the ophyline on plasma and urine total free and acylcarnitine
concentration in rats (Biochemistry 1996).
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7- A study of some causes of coronary heart disease in diabetic patients by
molecular Biology Methods (Biochemistry 2000).
8- Levels of Plasma Leptin, lipids, and Insulin in pre- and postmenopausal
females (Biochemistry 2003).
9- Effect of Mercuric Chloride on the urinary excretion of total, free and Acyle
Carnitine in rats (Biochemistry 2004).
10- Modification of a method for derermining microgram quantities of some
elements in Infant Cereal with Milk By Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
(Chemistry 2004).
11- Resistin Gene as Putative link between type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity
in Saudi patients (Biochemistry 2004).
9) Reviewer for the following Ph.D thesis examination:
1- Surviellance and in- vitro cell response to chlamydia pneumoniae infection
(Botany and Microbiology 2004).
2- Study the biochemical therapeutic effects of some common plants on liver
cancer. (Girl’s College Presidency Agency, Girl’s College of Education in
Jeddah 2005)[/align]






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د. محمد العنزي
Dr. Mohammad S. R. Alanazi




[align=left]CURRENT WORK

Assistant Professor

College of Science

King Saud University

P.O.Box 87532

Riyadh 11652

Saudi Arabia

e-mail msanazi@ksu.edu.sa

Tel: 4675799 - 4675952

Lab: 4675960

Fax: 4675791





EDUCATION

* B. Sc. King Saud University

* M. Sc. Iowa state University Ames – molecular cellular and developmental program

* Ph.D university of Kentucky – Lexington – USA Department of Biochemistry – college of medicine





EXPERIENCE

* Department:

· Chairman of the Department of Biochemistry.

· Convener of the committee evaluation master students proposals.

· Convener of the seminars committee.

· Member of curricula committee

· Member of the demonstrators committee.

· Member of the nomination committee for the outstanding teacher award.



* College:

· Member of the college of science Board

· Member of the Molecular biology and genetic engineering master program.

· Member of Research center from 2002 to 2004.



* University:

· Chairman of the genomic unit. King Saud University

· Member of the Nanotechnology committee at KSU.

· Member of the committee supervising the National applied projects.

· Member of the KSU scientific Oasis ( KASAP ). [/align]


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د.علي بن محمد سراج قربـان
Ali M.S. Gorban



[align=left]A. PERSONAL DATA


Family Name : Gorban

First Names : Ali Mohammed Siraj

Date & Place of Birth : 1951 - Makkah, Saudi Arabia

Nationality : Saudi

Marital Status & Children : Married - Two Daughters



B. QUALIFICATIONS


1. Ph.D. (1980) : Biochemistry Department, Medical School, Edinburgh University, Scotland, U.K.

Thesis: "Studies on Cholesterol Ester Hydrolase".

2. B. Sc.(1972) : College of Science, Riyadh University (Now King Saud University), Saudi Arabia.

Majored in CHEMISTRY & ZOOLOGY.



C. POSITIONS HELD


1. 1987-1991: Vice Dean of Libraries, Deanship of libraries, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

2. 1985- : Supervisor of Scientific Photography Unit, College of Science, King Saud University.

3. 1984-1986: Chairman, Biochemistry Department, College of Science, King Saud University.

4. 1980- Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University.

5. 1973-1980: Postgraduate student of Biochemistry at Edinburgh University Medical School, Edinburgh,

Scotland, U.K.

I was sponsered by a schoolarship from Riyadh University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

6. 1972-1973: Demonstrator, College of Science, Riyadh University.



D. TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1) I have taught many courses both for undergraduate and postgraduate students (males and females ) such as:



· Introduction to Biochemistry

· Comparative Biochemistry

· Chemical Carcinogenesis

· Enzymes

· Protein Biosynthesis

· Plant Biochemistry

· Cellular Biochemistry

· Bioenergetics

· Molecular Biology of the Gene ( for M.Sc. students )

· Enzyme Kinetics ( for M.Sc. students )

· Blood Biochemistry ( for M.Sc. students )

· Selected Topics in Biochemistry ( for M.Sc. students )



2) I supervised the research project of an M.Sc. student, who successfully submitted a thesis entitled " The Role of Human

c-myc Oncogene in Thyroid Cancer ."

3) Every academic semester I supervise an undergraduate student during his research project that is carried out in my laboratory.

4) I taught two training courses; one for the officers of the National Defence about the CHEMICAL FIRES; while the second was for the Ministry of Education's Secondary Schools Teachers about Biochemistry in their NEW CURRICULUM.



E. RESEARCH STUDIES


1) My research interest is a continuation of my Ph.D. Project on cholesterol metabolism, and enzyme regulation.

2) In collaboration with colleagues from the Department of Biochemistry and from King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital we performed a research project on the causes of the keratinization of the eye cornea.

3) With the collaboration of King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Center, an M.Sc. student performed his research in the genetic causes of the thyroid cancer.

4) At present, I am studying some enzymes and proteins of the camel and camel milk.



F. SYMPOSIA & CONFERENCES ATTENDED


1) 13th Congress of the International Union of Biochemistry, Amsterdam, Netherlands (1986).

2) 7th Saudi Biological Society Meeting, Qasim, Saudi Arabia (1984).

3) 8th Saudi Medical Meeting, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1983).

4) 6th Saudi Biological Society Meeting, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (1983).

5) 12th Congress of the International Union of Biochemistry, Perth, Australia (1982).

6) Federation of the European Biochemical Societies ( FEBS ), Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K. (1981).



G. SOCIETIES MEMBERSHIP

I was a member of several societies which are:

1) Saudi Computer Society.

2) American Chemical Society ( ACS ).

3) American Association for the Advancement of Science ( AAAS ).

4) New York Academy of Science ( NYAS ).

5) American Association of Clinical Chemistry ( AACC ).

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د.عبدالله الحميده
Professor A. S. Alhomida



[align=left]PERSONAL DATA



Date of Birth : 11/1/ 1959

Place of Birth : Buraidah, Qassim, Saudi Arabia

Marital Status : Married (three children)

Nationality : Saudi

Sex : Male

Languages : Arabic and English





PRESENT POSITION



September 18, 2002 to date

Chairman of Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



April 28, 2002 to date

Full Professor at Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



April 19, 1998 to 2002

Associate Professor at Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



April 30, 1994 to April 19, 1998

Assistant Professor at Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



1994 to date

Teaching general biochemistry, enzyme mechanisms and metabolism courses to undergraduate students. Teaching an advanced course in biochemistry in M.Sc. program offered by Department of Biochemistry at College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.





1992-1993

Teaching Biochemistry Courses to Pre-Medical Students, Department of Chemistry, Akron University, Ohio, USA.



1991-1992

Teaching Organic Chem. and Biochemistry Courses to Nursing Students, Department of Chemistry, Akron University, Ohio, USA.



1986-1987

Teaching Assistant (Demonstrator) in Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.





EDUCATION



18/12/1993

Ph. D. Biochemistry, Akron University, Ohio, USA.



Ph. D. Dissertation Title:

"Effects of Various Physiological Parameters on Tissue Carnitine and Carnitine-Dependent Enzyme Activity in Rats".

Advisor name: Professor Dr. Daniel J. Smith



1986

B. Sc. Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



1985-1986

Class Valedictorian - College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.





RESEARCH AND SERVICES



I played an instrumental role in the establishment and inauguration of the laboratory within the Biochemistry Dept., College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This laboratory was created for the training of Graduate and Undergraduate students with the objective of providing state of the art facilities that utilized the most recent methods for clinical and biomedical experimentation.









RESEARCH AREAS



Determination of metabolic metabolite levels in whole blood, plasma, serum, urine and tissues of mammals.

Effects of kidney diseases on the vitamin levels in human blood.

Studies on human brain acetylcholinesterase and butyrycholinesterase.

Effects of chronic renal hemodialysis on the metabolic metabolites.

Studies of mechanism of metabolic metabolites transporters.

Studies of enzyme kinetics and reaction mechanisms.

Studies of oxytocinase kinetics and reaction mechanisms.

Studies of leucine aminopeptidase kinetics and reaction mechanisms.

Effects of anticancer drugs on enzymes activity.

Effects of heavy metals on the renal function.

Studies on chemical modification in activity of enzymes.

Studies on the collagen content in various tissues.

Studies on the biochemistry of exercise

Studies on the heart diseases





ONGOING PROJECTS



I am currently working in the area of carnitine metabolism and the effect of renal hemodialysis on the metabolic concentrations found in Saudi chronic renal failure patients. Additionally, I am involved with several other projects, including studies into renal disease, heart diseases, Alzheimer=s disease, anticancer drugs, antimalarial drugs, heart disease and eye disease. I am also studying the role of the carnitine pathway of energy metabolism in the Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius), in order to explore the relationship between carnitine and the camel's superior ability to subsist in the harsh desert climate compared to other animals.





TRAINING OF ASSISTANT PERSONNEL



I have trained departmental technicians and students in the following:



1. Methodology of carnitine determination from various sources.

2. Techniques of investigations into enzyme reaction mechanisms.

3. Kinetics studies of enzymes.

4. Total protein and non-collagen protein determinations from different sources.

5. Determination of metabolic metabolites levels in whole blood, serum, plasma and tissues in mammals.

6. Investigations into antimalarial drugs.

7. Studies into the effect of radiation therapy on some biomarker enzymes.







PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS



Member of the American Chemical Society, USA

Member of the Ohio Academy of Sciences, USA

Member of the Saudi Chemical Society, KSA

Member of Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, USA





RESEARCH AWARDS



A. Research projects awarded by the College of Science, Research Center, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:



1. Determination of carnitine levels in different tissues from different sources (Bio/1415/02).

2. Effects of various physiological factors on free, acylated and total carnitine levels in human plasma (Bio/1415/04).

3. Effect of some therapeutic drugs feeding on the levels of plasma, urine and tissue carnitine in rats (Bio/1418/01).

4. Kinetic studies of some serum enzymes during human pregnancy (Bio/1421/05).

5. Distribution of Total, Free, Peptide-bound and Protein-bound Hydroxyproline in Human Erythrocytes (Bio/



B. Research projects awarded by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

1. Study of the distribution of total, free, short-chain acyl and long-chain acylcarnitine in ocular tissues of humans (LG-51-7).

2. Effect of theophylline feeding on the level of total, free and acyl carnitine in urine, plasma and tissue of rats (LG-1-10).

3. Study of the distribution of total, free, short-chain acyl and long-chain acylcarnitine in ocular tissues of the bovine (LG-3-26).

4. Effect of hemodialysis on concentration of total, oxidized and reduced ascorbic acid in whole blood and serum of chronic glomerulonephritis patients (SR-3-17).

5. Investigation study of influence of dialyzer membranes on the distribution of serum levels of total, free, short-chain acyl and long-chain acyl carnitine in chronic glomerulonephritis patients (SR-6-43).

6. Effect of mercuric chloride on the urinary excretion of total, free and acylcarnitine in rats (SR-9-41).

7. Kinetic studies of serum oxytocinase from the 36th to 38th week in pregnant women (SR-9-42).

C. Research projects awarded by Saudi Basic Industrial Company (Sabic), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

1. Effect of Mercuric chloride on Total, Free, Short-chain Acyl and Long-chain Acyl Carnitine Concentration in Rat Kidneys (Sabic-2004)

2. Effect of mercuric chloride on urinaryexcretion of hydroxyproline in rats (Sabic-2005)



D. Candidate for Abdul-Hameed Shouman's Prize for Arab Youth Researchers, Oman, Jordan (1996).



CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA ACTIVITIES



1. 16th IFCC-FESCC European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. Glasgow, UK (May 8 - 12, 2005).

2. 10th Asian Pacific Congress of Clinical Biochemistry. Perth, Australia (September 19-23).

3. Second International Conference of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry: How Animal Work. Botswana, South Africa (August 18-24, 2001).

4. 18th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Beyond the Gene. Birmingham, UK (July 16-20, 2000).

5. International Conference on Oxidative Stress in Skin Biology and Medicine. Attiki, Greece (September 13-16, 1999).

6. 6th International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Conference, Seoul, South Korea (October 10-13, 1999).

7. The Health and Hygiene sub-theme of the symposium, ABiological Chemistry Beyond 2000 AD@, Faizabad, India (November 27-28, 1999).

8. 17th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, San Francisco, California, USA (August 24-29, 1997).

9. 24th Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (May 26-29, 1992).

10. The Second National Meeting of Chemists, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (7-9 April, 1987):





UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES



1. Academic advisor in Biochemistry Department, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1994 to date).

2. Representative of the Biochemistry Department in Research Center, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1995 to 2002).

3. Representative of the Biochemistry Department in Committee's Sport Activities, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1995 to 1998).

4. Representative of College of Science in Committee for the Use of Laboratory Animals, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1997 to date).

5. Secretary of the Biochemistry Department Board, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1997 to 2002).

6. Representative of College of Science in Preparation Committee for Workshop: ACatalysts and Their Applications@, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2000 to 2002).

7. Reviewer for research project submitted to Research Center, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (1997).

8. Reviewer for research papers submitted to The Journal King Saud University, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2000).

9. Convenor of Committee of Training in Department of Biochemistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1999 to date).



10. Convenor of Committee of Public Relations and Media of Workshop in ACatalysis and Their Applications@, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2001 to 2002).

11. Advisor for the following M.Sc. thesis projects:



1. Jihan M Al-Ghamdi (March, 1997):

Thesis Title:" Effect of renal hemodialysis on total, oxidized and reduced ascorbic acid concentrations in whole blood and serum of chronic glomerulonephritis patients".

2. Abdullah M Al-Kholaifi (April, 1997):

Thesis Title: "Effect of theophylline on plasma and urine in total, free and acyl carnitine concentrations in rats".

3. Mohammed S Al-Eisa (November, 1997):

Thesis Title: "Determination of total, free and acyl carnitine in whole-blood, plasma and tissue levels of the Arabian sand gazelles (Gazella subgutturosa marica).

4. Halima A. Al-Madani (November, 1999):

Thesis Title: AInfluence of dialyzer membrane on distribution of serum total, free, short-chain acyl and long-chain acyl carnitine in chronic glomerulonephritis patients@.

5. Mohammed M. Safahi (Up to present):

Thesis Title: AKinetic studies of serum oxytocinase from the 36th to 38th week in pregnant women@.

6. Waleed A. Al-Madani (June 2004)

Thesis Title: AEffect of mercuric chloride on the urinary excretion of total, free and acyl carnitine in rats@

7. Ibrahim M. Al-Twaijri (February 2005)

Thesis Title AExtraction of high fructose liquid sugar from dates@

7. Nasser S. Almohadel (February 2005)

Thesis Title: ATotal, free, short-chain, and long-chain acyl carnitine in serum of patients with stable coronary artery disease@

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د.ابوالقاسم عمر

Dr. Abuelgassim Omer Abuelgassim




[align=left]Name Dr.Abuelgassim Omer Abuelgassim .

Date of Birth 8/5/1960



Place of Birth Khartoum - Sudan

Nationality Sudanese
Marital Status Married with three children:

Maal , eighteen years old
Omer, fourteen years old

Ahmed, four years old

Languages Arabic - Mother Tongue
English - Fluently

Permanent Address: P.O. Box 2423
Khartoum - Sudan



Corresponding Address P.O. Box 2455
Riyadh, 11451

Saudi Arabia
Telephones & Fax Office:(01)4675936

Fax : (01)4675791

.

Mobile: 0504677397



Qualifications : B.Sc. (Biochemistry ) , 1985

Jeddah , Saudi Arabia.

Ph.D. (Biochemistry ) , 1992

Brunel , England .

Scientific Activities : Member of the British Biochemical Society.

Member of the American Chemical Society .

Research Topic : Regulation in Metabolism ,

Aspects on the regulation of mammalian

6-phoshofructo-1-kinase.



Work Experience :

(a) May 1985-August 1986.

Research assistant (Funded research), Biochemistry department, King Abdulaziz University,

Saudi Arabia

Main Activities :

Providing technical assistance that include solution preparations , samples analysis ,

statistical analysis of data , results interpretation.

b) September 1986-July 1992
Demonstrator , Biochemistry department, King Abdulaziz University , Saudi Arabia

Main Activities :

Implementing and demonstrating the undergraduate practical sessions that cover the

following subjects :

General biochemistry , General metabolism , Enzymology , Body fluids , Analytical

biochemistry , Applied biochemistry and Macromolecules biochemistry .

(c) September 1992 – December 2005
Lecturer , Biochemistry department , King Abdulaziz university , Saudi Arabia

Main Activities:

Lecture preparation & presentation for undergraduate biochemistry students .

Lectures cover the following subjects : Enzymes , Regulation of metabolism , Macromolecules.

(d) December 2005 - until now

Assistant professor , Biochemistry department , King Saud university , Saudi Arabia



(e) Consultancies : 1994-1995 .
consultant to Crescent diagnostics (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia ) . The consultancy for the

formulation of quality assurance program and development of the quality control

laboratory .

(f) Attendance of some academic sessions&workshops :

Attendance of the 4th annual course(Application of Molecular Biology to

Medicine)held between 20th February and 3rd March 1999 at King Fahd Medical

Research Center, King Abduelaziz University , Jeddah, Saudi Arabia .

Attendance of the 1st symposium of ( Factors affecting the results of screening tests

for drugs of abuse ) held on 4th of May 2004 at Intercontinental hotel , Jeddah ,

Saudi Arabia

(g) Other Activities:

Attendance and completion of some computer sessions and other sessions that include :

Micorsoft Word

Microsoft Excel .

Internet and Intranet

Creative Thinking .

Supervising Scientific Thesis .

Statistical Methods using SPSS Program .

Power Point .





Publications : see the list below



List of Publications :

1. Khoja, S.M.,Rizg,A.M. and Abuelgassim,A.O.

The purification , characterization and regulatory properties of liver

phosphofructokinase in the Arabian One-Humped Camel (Camelus Dromedarius )



Comp.Biochem.Physiol.1987 , 87B(2):335-340.

2. Khoja, S.M., Ardawi,M.S.M. and Abuelgassim,A.O. Effect of starvation and

streptozotocin- induced diabetes on the activity of phosphofructokinase in the

epithelial cells of rat colon .

Biochimie 1988,70: 721-725.

3. Abuelgassim,A.O.and Khoja,S.M.

Fructose-2,6-bisposphate in rat mesenteric lymph nodes

Int.J.Biochem. 1988, 20 (10): 1185-1188.

4. Khoja,S.M. and Abuelgassim,A.O.

6-Phosphofructo-1-kinase isoenzymes of the jejunal mucosa of rabbit,rat and

mouse.

Comp.Biochem.Physiol 1989,94B (2): 269-275.

5. Khoja,S.M.,Abuelgassim,A.O. and Salem,A.M.

6-Phosphofructo-1-kinase of rat placenta.

Biochimica Biophysica Acta 1991,1076,61-66.



6. Khoja,S.M. and Abuelgassim,A.O..

Regulation of 6-phosphofructo-1-kinase from the epithelial cells of rat small

intestine during pregnancy and lactation .

Biochimica Biophysica Acta 1991,1074,357-362.



7. Abuelgassim, A.O., Salem, A.M. and Khoja, S.M.

Allosteric control of 6-phosphofructo-1-kinase from rat lung.

Comp.Biochem.Physiol.1992,101B:135-138.

8. Khoja, S.M., Abuelgassim,A.O. , and Al-Bar, O.A.

Effect of vanadate on the activity of rat jejunal -6 phosphofructo-1-kinase.

Comp.Biochem.Physiol. 1996 ,115C (3): 217-221.

9. Alsieni,A.L,Abuelgassim,A.O.,and Khoja,S. M.

Effect of fenfluramine on the activities of key enzymes of the glycolytic pathway

in rats.

Med.Sci.Res.1999,(27):531-534.

10. Khoja,S.M,Alabbassi,F.A.,Abuelgassim,A.O.,Al-Bar,O.A.

C-reactive protein in diabetes mellitus and hyperlipidemia .

Saudi Med. J.2004,25(1):119-121.

11. Abuelgassim A.O.Treatment of hyperlipoproteinemia with low density

lipoprotein antibodies in rats.(submitted)



Current research topics :

· The hypoglycemic&hypolipidemic effect of some medicinal plants.

· The effect of pumpkin seeds on serum lipid concentrations of atherogenic rats.

· Does serum arginine concentration correlates to serum total sialic acid concentration in diabetic and hyperlipidemic patients?.



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د.حسيب أحمد خان

Haseeb Ahmad Khan




[align=left]Qualifications:
 FRSC (2007). Fellow, Royal Society of Chemistry, London (UK).
 C.Chem, MRSC (1998). Chartered Chemist, Fellow, Royal Society of Chemistry, London (UK).
 Ph. D. (1989), Analytical Biochemistry, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.
 M. Phil. (1986), Analytical Biochemistry, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.
 M. Sc. (1983), Chemistry, Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, India.
 B. Sc. (1978), Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, India.
Specialized Trainings:
 University of California, Davis, USA - Proteomics Short Course: Fundamentals and Lab Techniques,
20-24 August, 2001.
 Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA - Real-time PCR, RFLP analysis, TDIFP
for SNP detection, Primer Express and Primer 3 software, 27-31 August, 2001.
 Applied Biosystems, Warrington, Cheshire, UK - ABI 310 Genetic Analyzer and ABI 394 Basic
DNA Synthesis Training Course, 5-7 September, 2001.
 IAWPRC Specialized Workshop on Nitrogen Pollution of Water held at Brussels, Belgium,
November 12-19, 1987.
 National Scientific Corporation, Riyadh, K.S.A. – Application training in HPLC (Waters) with diodearray,
UV, and EC detectors and Breeze and Empower software, 1-4 Feb., 2004.
 King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, K.S.A. – Gas Chromatography: Basic
Principles and Applications Course, 5-6 April, 2005.
 Genomics and Proteomics short course, New Delhi. June-July, 2006
Memberships of Scientific Societies:
 Fellow, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, England.
 Member, Genetics Society of Canada, Ontario, Canada.
 Member, The Science Advisory Board, Arlington, USA.
 Member, International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN).
 Member, The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Pensacola, USA.
 Life Member, Bioinformatics Institute of India.
 Life Member, Nature Conservators Society, India.
Professional Experience:
 Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1
September 2004 to present).
 Senior Scientist, Medical Research, Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh, (May 2001 to Aug 2004).
 Medical Lab Scientific Officer, Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh (Oct. 1993 to May 2001).
2
Member Editorial Board/Reviewer:
 Managing Editor; Frontiers in Bioscience, FIB Publications, USA.
 Editorial Board Member; Biosciences, Biotech Research Asia, Oriental Science Publishers, India.
 Editorial Board Member; Research Journal of Biological Sciences, Medwell Journals, Pakistan.
 Technical Editor; International Journal of Biological Chemistry, Academic Journals, USA.
 Technical Editor; Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Academic Journals, USA.
 Reviewer; Journal of Chromatography, Elsevier Science, Netherlands.
 Reviewer; Biotechniques, Eaton Publishing, USA.
 Reviewer; Intensive Care Medicine, Springer Verlag, USA.
 Reviewer; Medical Science Monitor, International Scientific Literature Inc., USA.
 Reviewer; Libyan Journal of Medicine, Libya.
Awards/Honors/Research Scholarships:
 Smart Clients for eScience Award from Microsoft Corporation, USA (2006).
 Certificate of Appreciation from the Research Center, Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh (2004).
 Scientific Achievement Award from Department of Postgraduate and Academic Affairs, Armed
Forces Hospital, Riyadh (2000).
 Listed in Marquis Who's Who in Science & Engineering, 9th Edition, 2006-2007, USA.
 Nominated as “Leading Scientist of the World 2006” by International Biographical Center,
Cambridge, UK.
 Selected for “Hind Ratan Award 2006” by NRI Welfare Society, New Delhi, India.
 Appointed as Expert (responsible for the U.P. State of India) to recommend best e-content (including
e-health and e-science) for nomination to Manthan Award (Commonwealth Award).
 Consultant for the research project “A comprehensive study on Saudi scorpions with special reference
to development of immunodiagnostic assay and therapeutic modalities” granted by King Abdulaziz
City of Science and Technology, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
 On the Panel of Examiners to evaluate research thesis for the award of PhD Degree in Applied
Chemistry from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.
 Foreign Travel Grant from CSIR, New Delhi to participate in IAWPRC/IWSA conference held at
Brussels, Belgium, 12-19 November, 1987.
 Senior Research Fellowship by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi,
India form 1 March 1988 to 28 February 1990.
 Junior and Senior Research Fellowships by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, India
from 16 August 1985 to 29 February 1988.
Current Projects:
 Microsoft Excel Add-In for creation of survival curves (Funded by Microsoft Corporation, USA).
 OGG1 gene polymorphism and cancer susceptibility in Saudi cancer patients: A GeneChip approach
(Funded by SABIC, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia).
 Thin-layer chromatographic analysis of biogenic polyamines in biological fluids (Funded by Research
Center, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh).
 Determination of polyamines in human plasma and urine by high-performance liquid chromatography
(Funded by Research Center, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh).
 A visual basic software for computation of normal tissue complication probability associated with
cancer radiotherapy (Funded by Research Center, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh).
 Studies on acrylonitrile-induced behavioral, neurochemical and vestibular toxicities in rats (Funded
by Research Center, College of Science, KSU, Riyadh).
3
Courses Taught:
 General Biochemistry (BCH-101)
 Cellular Biochemistry (BCH-102)
 Biochemical Calculations (BCH-231)
 Biochemistry of Nutrition (BCH-282)
 Plant Biochemistry (BCH-350)
 Metabolic Disorders (BCH-451)
 Biochemistry of Carcinogens (BCH-475)
 Advanced Metabolism (BCH-540, MSc module)
 Special Topics in Biochemistry (BCH-590, MSc module)
 Dental Biochemistry (BCH-261)
 Clinical Chemistry (CCH-101)
 Research Methods I (BCH-498)
 Research Methods II (BCH-499)
Software Developed:
 CalcFisher for computing Fisher’s exact test.
 CalcDose for drug dosage conversion.
 ArrayVigil for comparison of molecular gene signatures.
 ArraySolver for microarray gene expression analysis.
 ArrayShine for color-coded display of gene expression data.
 SCEW for creation of survival curves.
 CalcNTCP for selecting a safe radiation dose for cancer radiotherapy.
 Computer-assisted quantitation of gastric ulcers.
Conferences / Symposia:
 King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, K.S.A.- 1st Saudi Arabian
Bioinformatics Symposium and Workshop, 18-22 February, 2006.
 7th Pan-Arab Union of Neurological Scientists, held at Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia, March 1-5, 1997.
 International Conference on Heavy Metal Pollution, held at Aligarh Muslim University, India,
January 8-10, 1990.
 International Conference on Air/Water Environmental Pollution and Hazardous Wasters, held at
New Delhi, India, November 16-18, 1989.
 Symposium on Development without Destruction, held at Kashmir University, Srinagar, India,
17-20 October, 1989.
 26th Annual Convention of Chemists, Indian Chemical Society, held at Devi Ahilya University,
Indore, India, December 26-29, 1989.
4
 Symposium on Analytical Applications in Biological Sciences, held at North Eastern Hill University,
Shillong India, 15-17 November, 1988.
 IAWPRC/IWSA Specialized Conference on Nitrogen Pollution of Water, held at Brussels,
Belgium, November 24-28, 1987.
 6th Annual Conference, Indian Council of Chemists, held at Kamraj University, Madurai, India,
December 27-29, 1986.
 23rd Annual Convention of Chemists, Indian Chemical Society, held at Annamalai University,
Allamalainagar, India, December 20-24, 1986.
Publications:
1. Khan HA (2007) Cyclosporin-A augments respiratory burst of whole blood phagocytes in pregnant
rats. Immunopharmacol. Immunotoxicol. (In press).
2. Khan HA (2007) Clinical significance of glycated hemoglobin in predicting circulating lipids in
male and female diabetic patients. Acta Diabetelogica (In Press).
3. Khan HA (2007) Benzene's toxicity: a consolidated short review of human and animal studies. Hum.
Exp. Toxicol. (In Press).
4. Khan HA (2007) CalcNTCP: A simple tool for computation of normal tissue complication
probability (NTCP) associated with cancer radiotherapy. Int. J. Radiat. Biol. 83 (10), 717-720.
5. Khan HA, Sobki SH, Khan SA (2007) Association between glycemic control and serum lipids
profile in type 2 diabetic patients: HbA1c predicts dyslipidemia. Clin. Exp. Med. 7, 24-29.
6. Khan HA (2007). Thin-layer chromatographic separation of cadaverine and ornithine, and
spectrophotometric quantification. J. Planar Chromatogr. 20 (3), 231-233.
7. Mohamed T, Khan HA, Elfaki I, Arshaduddin M, Al Moutaery M, Rayes H, Swailem R (2006)
Gastric antisecretory and antiulcer effects of simvastatin in rats. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. (In Press).
8. Khan HA, Alhomida AS, Sobki SH, Khan SA (2006) Paired values of serum fructosamine and blood
glucose for the screening of gestational diabetes mellitus: a retrospective study of 165 Saudi pregnant
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د.خالد مصطفى

Dr. Khalid Mustafa Abu-Salah




[align=left]NAME: KHALID M. ABU-SALAH



ADDRESS: Department of Biochemistry

King Saud University

P.O.Box 2455, Riyadh 11451,

Saudi Arabia.



DATE OF BIRTH: 9th February 1952



NATIONALITY : JORDANIAN



MARITAL STATUS: Married with five children



PRESENT ACADEMIC RANK: Professor of Biochemistry







EDUCATION : A: Al- Fadiliyyah Secondary School – Jordan. Obtained

the Jordanian Secondary School Certificate – Science branch (1970).





B: American University of Beirut. Graduated with

B.Sc. in Biological Chemistry in 1974.



C: University of Leeds- U.K. (1974-1978) Ph.D. in Medical

Biochemistry-(School of Medical Sciences)



D: Institute of Biomedical Science. Obtained the

fellowship of the Institute of Biomedical Science (FIBMS), U.K., September 1993.





AWARDS : a: Deans Honour List

Feb. 1974, American University

of Beirut.



b: British Council Scholarship to study

for a Ph.D degree in biochemistry (1974-1978).



c: King Saud University Annual Award (1984)







d: Entry of autobiography in "WHO'S WHO IN THE WORLD”, 1995- todate.



e: Entry of autobiography in "WHO's WHO IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING",

1995 - todate.



f: Entry of autobiography in "DICTIONARY OF

INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHY", 1995 - todate.



g. Various research grants from the research center of

King Saud University, 1982-todate.



EDITORIAL BOARDS Member of the editorial board of "Biochemical MEMBERSHIP Education" sponsored by the International Union of

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB), Membership started January 1991 – 2000 .



ADVISORY BOARDS: Journal of Technology Research , published by

General Organization for Technical Education and

Vocational Training ,Riyadh,Saudi Arabia .





PROFESSIONAL 1. Member of the Biochemical Society (London),

AFFILIATION: 1975 - todate.

2. Member of the International Association of Medical Laboratory Technologists,1993 - todate.

3. Member of Saudi Chemical Society,1993-todate.

4. Member of Education Committee of Saudi Chemical Society 1993-todate.

5. Member of American Association for the

Advancement of Science 1994-todate.



SUPERVISION OF TRAINING

COURSES IN CLINICAL

BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS: 1. Coordinated and supervised a training

course for hospital technicians in

Riyadh (21 Nov. - 27 Dec. 1983).

2. Coordinated and supervised a training

course for hospital technicians in

Riyadh (29 Feb. - 16 April 1988).





CONSULTATION WORK IN

MANUFACTURING OF DIAGN-

OSTICS: 1. Part time consultant and director of the Gulf Manufacturing Company of Biomedical Products (GBP) - Riyadh, 1991-1995.

2. Part time consultant for Immunity Group for

Biotechnology (1995-2001) .



PUBLICATIONS: See the publication list enclosed.



CURRENT RESEARCH 1. Development of antisickling agents for

INTEREST the treatment of sickle cell anaemia.

2. Gene cloning and sequencing of membrane

G-proteins.

3. Laboratory diagnosis of anaemia by physico-

biochemical methods .

4. Exploring the mechanism of action of piracetam as an antisickling agent .

5. DNA –based nanobiotechnology .



TEACHING EXPERIENCE: a. Instructor of Biochemistry (1975-78) at the Dept. of Biochemistry of the University of Leeds, U.K.



b. Assistant Professor of Biochemistry (1978-1988) at the Colleges of Medicine and Science of King Saud University, Riyadh.



c. Associate Professor of Biochemistry,

(1988-1996), Dept. of Biochemistry,

King Saud University, Riyadh.



d. Professor of Biochemistry (1996 todate), Dept. of Biochemistry, King Saud University, Riyadh.



COURSES TAUGHT: 1. B.Sc. level (see enclosed list)

2. M.Sc. level (see same enclosed list)



M.Sc. STUDENTS

SUPERVISED: See list of the courses taught



PEER – REVIEWING 1. Journal of King Saud University – Science Section .

ACTIVITIES ( 1984 up-to-date): 2. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences .

3. King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology .

4. Institute of Research and Consultation ,King Abdulaziz University , Jeddah .

5 . Saudi Arabian Standards Organization .

6. Biochemical Education published by the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology .





ADMINISTRATIVE

EXPERIENCE: See enclosed sheets



CONFERENCES ATTENDED: See enclosed sheet





LANGUAGES OF

COMMUNICATION: a. Speak, read and write Arabic excellently.

b. Speak, read and write English excellently.

c. Translated one book in biochemistry

(425 pages) from English to Arabic

(see list of publications enclosed).



SCIENTIFIC VISITS: a. University of Leeds, Dept. of Biochemistry,

Leeds, U.K. - May and June 1979.



b. University of Leeds, Dept. of Biochemistry,

Leeds,U.K. - June and July 1980.



c. Instituto Superiori di Sanita, Laborat-

orio di Biologia Cellulare Immunologia,

Roma, Italy - June and July 1982.



d. The University of Arizona, Dept. of

Nutrition & Food Science, Tucson U.S.A.

July and August 1988.



e. The University of Leeds, Dept. of Bio-

chemistry and Molecular Biology, Leeds,

U.K. - July and August 1990.



ADDITIONAL INTERESTS: Diagnostic industry, technology transfer and biochemical education.











B.Sc. & M.Sc. COURSES TAUGHT



The courses I taught in the last 29 years (for at least one semester*) include the following:



SOME OF THE ATTENDED CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS:



1. The Fifth Saudi Medical Conference held in Riyadh, (29 April - 1 May 1980).



2. The Sixth Scientific Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society held in Jeddah (1-3 March, 1983).



3. Eighth Saudi Medical Conference held in Riyadh, (30 Oct - 3 Nov. 198).



4. The First Arab Gulf Conference of Bioand Applied Microbiology held in Riyadh (12-15 Nov. 1984).



5. The Sixth Academic Advisory Meeting held at King Saud University , Riyadh (4-6 Nov. 1985) .



6. The 2nd National Meeting of Chemists held at King Saud University , Riyadh, 7-9

March , 1987 .



7. 30th Harden C, Nucleic Acids and Their Interaction with Proteins, Wye College , 4-9 Sept. 1988, U.K.



8. The Second Symposium on Methods of Evaluating Higher Studies Programmes at Saudi Universities, Held in Riyadh,( 13-15 March 1989).



9. The 12th Scientific Meeting of Saudi Biological Society held at King Saud University, (19-22 Dec. 1989) , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia .



10. Annual General Meeting of Biochemical Society (U.K.), Aberdeen (18-20 July 1990).



11. A Workshop on DNA Sequencing held at King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh (24-25 Nov. 1992).



12. The 16th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, New Delhi, India (19-22 Sept. 1994).



13. The Biochemical Society Meeting, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London, 4-6 Sept. 1996.



14. Pathology Update - International Symposium on Laboratory Medicined. Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2-5 Nov. 1997).



15. Symposium of Biotechnology and Membrane Separation, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, 13-14 Dec. 1997, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.



16. Symposium of Higher Education in Saudi Arabia - A Vision of the Future, Riyadh, 22-25 Feb. 1998.



17 . Symposium of Biotechnology, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology 12-13 Nov, 2000, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia .



18. Symposium on Higher Studies in Saudi Universities , King Abdulaziz University ,16-17 Apr, 2001 , Jeddah , Saudi Arabia.



19. Symposium on Catalysts and Their Applications ,King Saud University ,14-16 Oct , 2002 Riyadh , Saudi Arabia .



20 . Symposium on New Trends in The Chemistry of Catalysis ,University of Sharjah , 13-15 Dec ,2004 , Sharjah ,United Arab Emirates .



21. Workshop on Nanotechnology and Applications ,The National Nanotechnology Center of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology , 29-31 Jan , 2006 , Riyadh .



22. First Saudi Bioinformatics Workshop ,King Abdulaziz City For Science and Technology

,20-22 Feb, 2006 , Riyadh .



23. Workshop on Problem Based Learning , 23-24 Jan , 2007 , Medical College , King Fahad

Medical City , Riyadh .



24. Third Saudi Science Conference –New Horizons in Science and Their Applications , 10-13 March , 2007 , King Saud University , Riyadh .



25. The National Saudi Conference in Chemistry , 15-17 Apr , 2007 , Makkah , Saudi Arabia .




ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:



I: At the International Level



1. Member of the editorial board of "Biochemical Education" sponsored by the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB), 1991-todate.

2. Published about 30 research papers in professional international journals.





II: At the Level of the Kingdom



1. Co-ordinator of the training courses "Clinical Biochemical Analysis in Hospital Laboratories" which were held at King Saud University (21 Nov-27 Dec. 1983) and (29 Feb. 16 April 1988).



2. Referee of some research proposals & translated books submitted to King Abdul-aziz City for Science and Technology, 1987-todate.



3. Referee of some research papers submitted for publication in the proceedings of the Saudi Biological Society.



4. Participated in the training course of applied chemistry and biology for the high school teachers of the ministry of education: The training course was held at the college of science in the first semester 1984/1985 for a period of 13 weeks.



5. Published some General biochemical articles in the Journal of Science and Tech-nology published by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology - Riyadh, August - 1989.



6. Referee of some research proposals and progress reports submitted for the research centre of King Abdulaziz University, 1988-todate.



7. Referee of some proposed Saudi standards to be sponsored by Saudi Arabian Standards Organization, 1987-todate.



8. A member of Education Committee of Saudi Chemical Society 1993-1996.



9. Member of the program committee for the Second National Meeting of Chemists, 7-9 March , 1987 , King Saud University , Riyadh .



10. Session chairman in the Second National Meeting of Chemists 7 -9 March , 1987 , King Saud University , Riyadh .



11. Member of the Open Day committee and coordinator of the exhibition of scientific phenomena - Biochemistry 1986 , 1993and 1995.



12. Session chairman in the 3rd Saudi Science Conference-New Horizons in Science and Their Applications , 10 – 13 March , 2007 , King Saud University , Riyadh .



13. Member of the Scientific Committee of National Saudi Conference in Chemistry , 15-16 April , 2007 , Makkah , Saudi Arabia .



14. Session chairman in the National Saudi Conference in Chemistry 15 -16 April , 2007 , Makkah , Saudi Arabia .



III: Within the College



1. Vice-Chairman of biochemistry department at the colleges of agriculture and education (1981-1983).



2. Secretary and member of the committee of equipments, tools and materials (1981-1984).



3. Secretary and member of the committee of safety affairs (1982-1984).



4. Member of the administrative board of the research center (1985-1987).



IV: Within the Department of Biochemistry



1. Acting chairman of biochemistry department during the summer session of 1982.



2. Departmental board secretary (1981-1984).



3. Supervisor of the equipments, tools and materials affairs (1981-1984).



4. Safety officer (1982-1984).



5. Chairman of Committee on course equalization and annual report (1985-todate).



6. Member of curriculum and training committee (1985-todate).



7. Member of higher studies committee (1986-1987).



8. Academic advisor for some B.Sc. and M.Sc. students .





PUBLICATIONS

A. Medical Biochemistry

1. Abu-Salah, K.M. and Findlay, J.B.C.: Labelling of Egg Phosphatidylcholine Vesicles and Myelin Membrane with a Photoreactive Lipophilic Reagent. Biochemical Journal 161: 223-228 (1977) .



2. Abu-Salah, K.M. "Studies on the Myelin Membrane of Mammalian Nerve Cells" Ph.D. Thesis, University of Leeds (1978).



3. Abu-Salah, K.M., Hampton, K.K. and Findlay, J.B.C.: The Effects of General Anaesthetics on Glucose and Phosphate Transport Across the Membrane of the Human Erythrocyte. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 688, 163-168 (1982).



4. Sedrani, S.H., El-Hinnawy, S.I. and Abu-Salah, K.M.: The Serum Activities of six Diagnostically Useful Enzymes in Adult Male Saudis. Medical Science Research (U.K.) II: 701-7-2 (1983).



5. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Some Effects of Nystatin on Phosphate and Sulphate Transport Across the Membrane of the Human Erythrocyte, Medical Science Research (U.K.) 12: 526-527 (1984).



6. Tomasi, M., Abu-Salah, K.M. and Findlay, J.B.C.: Comparison of Water Exposed Area of Cholera Toxin when Free in Solution and Bound to Liposomes Containing the Ganglioside GM1. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 130: 835-840 (1985).



7. Abu-Salah, K.M., Sedrani, S.H., Tobia,A.S. and Gambo, H.A.: Influence of Amphotericin B on the Transport of Phosphate, Sulphate and Potassium Ions Across the Human Erythrocyte Membrane. Acta Haematologica 79: 77-80 (1988).



8. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Purturbation of the Fluidity of the Erythrocyte Membrane with Ionophoric Antibiotics and Lipophilic Anaesthetics, Biochemical Pharmacology 12: 1947-1951 (1991).



9. Abu-Salah, K.M., Al-Othman, M.M. and Lei, K.Y.: Lipid composition and fluidity of the erythrocyte membrane in copper-deficient rats, British Journal of Nutrition, 68: 435-443 (1992).



10. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Alteration of the permeability of the human erythrocyte membrane to cations by liposom-incorporated amphotericin B, Eur.J. Clin.Chem.Clin.Biochem. 30: 737-744 (1992) .



11. Abu-Salah, K.M.: A sensitive spectrofluorimetric method for the quantitation of amphotericin B in plasma and whole blood. Analytical letters 28: 27-43 (1995).



12. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Inhibition of erythrocyte ATP-ases with antisickling and anaesthetic substances and ionophoric antibiotics. Life Sciences 58: 187-193 (1995).



13. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Amphotericin B: An update. British Journal of Biomedical Science 53: 122-133 (1996).



14. Abu-Salah, K.M. An Analysis of the Mechanism by Which Cetiedil Inhibits Sickling . Life Sciences 70 : 1003 – 1011 (2002) .




15. Abu-Salah, K.M. and Gambo, H.A.H. An Explanation for the Efficacy of Procaine in the Treatment of Sickle Cell Anaemia . The Int. J. Biochem. and Cell Biol. 37 : 835 – 841 (2005) .



16. Abu - Salah , K . M . : Mechanism of Action of Piracetam as an Antisickling Agent (Submitted for Publication ) .



17. Abu-Salah, K.M., Bakkar, S., and Gambo, A-H.A.: Comparative effects of Cis-diamine dichloroplatinum and some of its derivatives on erythrocyte membrane ATP-ases (manuscript in preparation).



18. Abu-Salah, K.M.:Findlay, J.B.C. and Rybe, N.: cDNA library construction and gene cloning of retinal G protein of Squid Eye (manuscript in preparation).



B. Papers in Symposia



1. Abu-Salah,K.M. ,Gambo, A-H.A. ,Tobia,A. :Transport of Phosphate and Sulphate Across the Membrane of the Human Erythrocyte . Proceedings Of the 2ND National Meeting of Chemists , P.64 (7-9 March , 1987 ) ,King Saud University , Riyadh . Saudi Arabia .



2. Abu-Salah,K.M. , Al Nasir,I., and Alhomaidah,A.S. :Biochemical Catalysts – Their Applications . Proceedings of the Workshop of Catalysts and Their Applications , supplement 12 (14-16 Oct 2002 ) , King Saud University , Riyadh .





3. Abu-Salah,K.M. : Monitoring Pollution by Biochemical Catalysts ( Enzymes ) :An Update .Proceedings of Workshop on New Trends in the Chemistry of Catalysis ,p.48 (13-15 Dec. 2004) , Alsharjah University , Alsharjah ,United Arab Emirates .





C. Books:



1. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Introducing Biochemistry (Arabic edition), Al-Kheraiji Bookshop Publishing Co., Riyadh, 1988) (425 Pages). English edition byE.J. Wood and W.R. Pickering (1982), John Murray (publishers) Ltd., London.



2. Abu-Salah, K.M. and Al-Duhaiman, A.S. Techniques of Biological Analyses (a textbook for students), Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia, 1991, (184 pages).



3. Al-Duhaiman, A.S. and Abu-Sala, K.M. (Techniques of Biological Analyses ( for teachers), Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia, 1991, (140 pages).



4. Abu-Salah, K.M. and Al-Nasser, I.: Fundamentals of Experimental Biochemistry, Al-Kheraiji Publishing Co., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1996, (300pages).



D. Publications in Biochemical Education :



1. Abu-Salah, K.M., Sedrani, S.H. and Al-Duhaiman, A.S.: Biochemistry at High School and University Levels in Saudi Arabia. Biochemical Education (IUB) 16: 41-42 (1988).



2. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Biochemistrin the Dental Curriculum, Biochemical Education (IUB) 17: 203-207 (1989).



3. Abu-Salah, K.M., Al-Attas, O.S., Al-Duhaiman, A.S. Gorban, A.M. and Al-Jafari, A.A.: Towards Applied - Oriented Biochemistry Curriculum, Biochemical Education (IUB) 18: 28-31 (1990).



4. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Simplified Unifying Basis for Teaching the Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics to Biochemical Systems, Biochemical Education(IUBMB), 20: 99-103 (1992).



5. Abu-Salah,K.M.:Language Barriers in Biochemical Education; Biochemical Education (IUBMB)21:1- 2 (1993).



6. Abu–Salah,K.M. and Sedrani , S.H : Higher Studies by Distance Learning. Proceedings of Symposium on Higher Education , pp.447-456. King Abdulaziz University , Jeddah,17-19 April ,2001.



E. Book Reviews :



The following books have been reviewed:



1. Receptor - Effector Coupling. A Practical Approach. Edited by EC Hulme, 221pages. 1RL Press at Oxford.

The review was published in Biochemical Education, 20, 246 (1992).



2. Capillary Electrophoresis - Principles, practice and applications, S.F.Y.Li, 582pages (Part of the: Journal of Chromatography Library - Vol. 52), Elsevier, London.

The review was published in Biochemical Education (IUBMB) 21 , 160 (1993).



3. Biochemistry Illustrated. PN Campell and AD Smith, (3rd ed.), 336pages. Longman/Churcholl Livingstone, Essex.

The review was pub lished in Biochemical Education, (IUBMB) 22, 220 (1994).



4. Ion Channels – Molecules in Action , 307 Pages , DT Aidley and PR Stanford. The review was published in Biochemical Education (IUBMB)25,220-221. (1997) .



5. Physical Chemistry for the Biomedical Sciences , 251 Pages , SR Logan (Ed.), Taylor

and Francis, London 1997. The review was published in Biochemical Education (IUBMB) 28,115-116, 2000.



6. Metabolism at a Glance. J G Salway(2ND ed. ) , 111 pages. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1999. The review was Published in Biochemical Education (IUBMB) 29 , 217 ( 2001).



F. Laboratory Manuals :



I wrote up the following departmental laboratory manuals:



1. "Biochemistry of Blood: for B.Sc. students of biochemistry(1992)- King Saud University.



2. "Analysis of Biological Fluids" for B.Sc. students of biochemistry(1991) King Saud University.



3. "Clinical Biochemical Analysis" - A training course for hospital technicians(1988) Ministry of Health and King Saud University.



F. General Articles :



1. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Antibiotics, J. Science and Technology, 9: 33-35 (Aug.1989), (published by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology , Riaydh, Saudi Arabia).



2. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Biomembranes, J. Science and Technology 9: 16-18 (Aug. 1989), (published by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology , Riyadh, Saudi Arabia).



3. Abu-Salah, K.M.: Genetic Engineering in Our Daily Life , Chemistry ,13 : 27-28 (April 2000) , (published by Saudi Chemical Society , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia ) .



4. Abu-Salah, K.M.:Modern Methods of Environmental Monitoring , World of Life 6 : 14-15 ( Aug 2004 ) , (published by Saudi Biological Society , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia .



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د.سلمان الركيان
Dr. Salman A. H. Alrokayan



[align=left]Dr. Salman A. H. Alrokayan


Associate Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry

College of Science, King Saud University,

P. O. Box 2455, Riyadh 11451,

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,

TEL: 966 (1) 4675795, 4675800, FAX: 966 (1) 4675791


Email; dr.salman@alrokayan.com

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د.عبدالرحمن السنيدي
Dr. Abdulrahman M. Alsenaidy




[align=left]PERSONAL DETAIL
Name : Abdulrahman Mohammad Al-Senaidy
Date of Birth : 1955
Marital Status : Married
E-mail Adress : senaidy@ksu.edu.sa
amasenaidy@yahoo.com



PERMANENT ADDRESS
P.O. Box: 51755
Riyadh: 11553
Saudi Arabia

WORK ADDRESS
Department of Biochemistry
King Saud University
College of Science
P.O. Box: 2455
Riyadh: 11451
Saudi Arabia



CONTACT ME
Office : +966 1 467 5940
Laboratory : +966 1 467 5933


EDUCATION

- B.Sc. (1978) Biochemistry Dept. , College of Science, King Saud University.
- Ph.D. (1988) Department of Biochemistry, Liverpool University, UK



TRAINING COURSES
Clinical Trial Monitoring Training, Quantum Clinical Research, 1999.

Validation Issues in Chromatographic Processes: Current Regulatory Issues, Viral clearance in downstream process. London, UK, 2003.

Compliance for Biopharmaceutical API process Validation, by John Bennan ComplianceNet Inc, USA 2004.





CURRENT WORK
Associate Professor, Biochemistry Dept, College of Science, King Saud University

EXPERIENCE
Teaching : - Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Biochemistry.
- Supervisor of several M Sc. students

Research felid : Antioxidants in health and disease. Several research papers are published in international journals.




CONSULTATION
1998 – 2005 :
Full time Scientific Consultant in R&D lab in Saudi Pharmaceutical Industries & Medical Appliances Corporation, Riyadh , Saudi Arabia. I was responsible in development purification protocol (down stream process) to purify therapeutic human hormone as well as establishment of QC lab for glycoprotein characterization and identification. The first stage of this Biotechnology project was at R&D lab which involves recruitment, staff training and purchasing and installation of equipments. After completion of R&D stage and writing all SOPes a pilot study was curried out. Production scale equipments were ordered, facility design (clean area) were constructed at the factory in Qassim Pharmaceutical Plant.


2005 – 2007 :
Part-time consultant at Qassim Pharmaceutical Plant (SPINACO). I work as a consultant supervising downstream process under GMP requirement. I was responsible of procedure transfer from R&D to production. Trial runs and validation patches were preformed.


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د.عبدالعزيز الجعفري
Dr. Abdulaziz M. Al-Jafari




[align=left]Personal Data:

Nationality: Saudi
Date of Birth: 1-7-1954 G
Place of Birth: Al-ahsa Saudi Arabia
Current Academic Rank: Professor

Contacts :
Mobile: 0505243155
Off: 4675953
Lab: 4675947
Email: azizksa38@hotmail.com

Academic Degrees:

1. Bsc of Biochemistry, King Saud Univiersty 1398 H G 1978 G


2. Ph.D of Biochemistry, Univiersity of Wales U.K. 1405 H, 1985 G

Employment History

1. Professor -Biochemistry Department, College of Science, KSU 1418 H

2. Associate Professor -Biochemistry Department, College of Science, KSU 1413 H

3. Asisstant Professor- Biochemistry Department, College of Science, KSU 1405 H

4. From 1400 to 1405 Scholarship to complete MSc and PhD degrees at the University of Wales U.K.

5. Demonstrator at Bichemistry Department, College of Science KSU from 1378-1400H

4. Chairmain of Biochemistry Department College of Science, KSu for six years

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د.علي الدهيمان
Dr. Ali Saleh M. Al-Duhaiman



[align=left]PERSONAL DATA



Name : Ali S. Duhaiman



Sex : Male



Nationality : Saudi



Marital Status : Married



Academic rank : Professor



Date and place of birth : 1950, Al-Russ, Saudi Arabia



Address : Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University, P. O. Box 2455, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia





ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

B.Sc. (Chemistry and Zoology) : College of Science, King Saud University,1975 (Formerly Riyadh University



Ph.D. (Biochemistry) : Department of Biochemistry, Colorado State, 1982 University, Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.A.



EMPLOYMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY

1. Employment History

Professor Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University 22/10/1996-to date



Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University 10/11/1990 - 22/10/1996



Assistant Professor
Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University 10/11/1982-1990



Graduate student
Department of Biochemistry, Colorado State University, Colorado, Colorado, USA. 1976-1982



Teaching assistant
Department of Biochemistry, Colorado State University, Colorado, USA. 1978-1982



Demonstrator
Department of Biochemistry, College of Medicine, King Saud University. 1975-1976



2. ADMINISTRATION



Vice dean
College of Graduate Studies, King Saud University. 5/3/1997-todate

CHAIRMAN (Two terms)
Department of Biochemistry, College of Science, King Saud University.

1993-1995 and 1985-1987





3. HONOR & AWARDS



- King Saud University Scholarship: Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, for Higher Studies (1976-1982).(Colorado, USA).



- Several Research Projects awarded by the Research Center of College of Science, King Saud University.



- Principle investigator and co-investigator of two research projects supported by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.


4. TEXT BOOKS

1. Duhaiman, A.S. and Abu-Salah, K . Techniques of Biological analysis: A synopsis for teachers, 140 pages.(1990) Published by Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia.





2. Abu-Salah, K. and Duhaiman, A. S. Techniques of Biological analysis, 185 pages (1990). Published by Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia.



CONFERENCES AND OTHER ACTIVITIES


I. Conferences and Symposia

72nd Meeting of the American Society of Biological Chemists St. Louis, Missouri,June 4-9, 1981.

6th Annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, November, 1982.

8th Saudi Medical Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 1983.

7th Annual Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society, Al-Qassim, March 1984.

First Arab Gulf Conference in Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology, Riyadh,November, 1994.

8th Annual Meeting of Saudi Biological Society, King Faisal University, March, 1985.

13th International Congress of Biochemistry, Amsterdam, August, 1985.

6th Academic Advisory Meeting, King Saud University, November, 1985.

Workshop of Genetic Engineering held in Baghdad, Iraq, June, 1986.

2nd National Meeting of Chemists, November, 1987.

National Seminar on Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Riyadh, December, 1987.

19th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemistry Societies, Rome, Italy, July, 1989.

7th Arab Conference of Clinical Biology and 3rd Syrian Conference of Clinical Laboratory Damascus, Syria, 25-28 April 1994.

16th International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Delhi, India, 19-22 September, 1994.



II. Other Activities


A. Committees

1. Chairman of the Graduate Studies Committee in the Department, 1988-to date.

2. Member of the Committee for the Preparation of the Fourth Developmental Plan of

the University, 1984.

3. Member of the Sixth Academic Advisory Meeting held at King Saud University,

Nov. 1985.

4. Member of the Academic Advisory Committee for the College of Science, 1986-87.

5. Member of the Computer Committee of the College of Science, 1986-1987.

6. Member of the Training Committee of the College, 1988-to date.

7. Vice-Chairman of the 2nd National Meeting for Chemist, 1987.

8. Member of the follow-up Committee for the National Meeting of Chemist, 1987.

9. Member of a Committee chosen to interview and examine several technicians in the

University for promotion to a higher professional level, 1987-1992.

10. Member of the curriculum committee in the department, 1988-to date.

11. Academic advisor, 1982-to date.

2. Referee for research proposals submitted to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, 1984-to date.


13. Referee for research proposals for King Abdulaziz University, 1986-to date.

14. Referee for research papers submitted to the Journal of the college of Agriculture,1986-to date.

15. Coordinator of the training course in electrophoresis which was held at King Saud University (21 Nov. to 27 Dec. 1987

16. Participated in the training course of Applied Chemistry and Biology for high school teachers held in 1995 (for 13 weeks).

17. Participated in the training course of biochemistry laboratories which was held in 1983 and 1988.



B. Boards

· Member of the Board of College of Science, King Saud University 1984-1986 as representative of the Department. And in 1986-1988 as the Chairman of the Biochemistry Department.


· Member of the Research Advisory Council of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center1989-1995.

· Member of the Board of Research Center, College of Science, King Saud University, 1989-1992.





C. Professional Affiliation:



Saudi Chemical Society

Saudi Biological Society

American Scientific Research Society

New York Academy of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Biochemical Society


D. University & Community Services


· Member of the Research Advisory Council of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, 1989-1995.. Vice president for proceeding of the 2nd National Meeting of Chemists, King Saud University,1988.



· Referee for research projects submitted to King Abdulaziz for Science and Technology, 1995.



· Referee for research projects submitted to the Research Center, King Abdulaziz University, 1988-1989.



· Coordinator of the electrophoresis training course for Secondary School Teachers, 1984.



· Participated in the Chemistry & Biology training course for Secondary School teachers, 1984-1985.



· Participated in the course for the clinical analysis, 1985.



· Editors of two books in Biochemistry for Secondary School, 19 90.



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