Dr. Asim alshanberi is a Family and Geriatric Medicine Consultant. He received his Bachelor's degree in Medicine from Um AlQura University. He completed residency training in Family Medicine at Texas Tech University. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and has a particular professional interest in inpatient service and office-based procedures. Dr. Alshanberi is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, completed a geriatric fellowship at the University of Miami, and completed a faculty development fellowship at the University of North Texas. He worked as an advisor at Kaplan Medical Center, Chicago. Currently, He is head of the Medicine Program at Batterjee Medical College.
Over 15 years of experience in clinical Ophthalmology especially vitreoretina
Academic and clinical teacher
After graduating from King Edward Medical College, Pakistan, I joined my carrier in Ophthalmology and did my fellowship. I have worked in many prestigious institutes nationally and internationally to quest my thirst for knowledge and skill. I am at the stage of my career where I want to share more and more of my knowledge and expertise with students and make a difference in the field of Ophthalmology. With distinctive communication skills and abilities and enthusiastic to work in diverse cultures and environments; always ready to provide my best to the community.
Have published many research articles in local and international journals in the field of Ophthalmology and Medical Education.
Have supervised many undergraduate medical students for their research projects.
Working as a reviewer of few renowned journals.
Have presented many papers in international conferences.
Professor Dr. Manal El Said El Sayed has been graduated from faculty of medicine, Cairo University, 1997. She has Infection Control Diploma from Claude Bernard University, France, 2005 and MD in Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Cairo University, 2008. She is a member of infection control unit in Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Giza, Egypt where she shared in construction of new units; Central Sterilization Unit (2007) and Health Care Waste Management Unit (2009) after her return from scientific mission in Frankfurt, Germany (2008). She shared in establishment of the Society for Practitioners of Infection Control-Egypt. She joined BMC since 2011 and works as Professor and head of Microbiology Department and Head of the Assessment Committee in medicine program. She has 26 published research papers and co-author in 2 booklets. She is editorial board member and reviewer in many international medical journals. She is member in the American Society for Microbiology and in various international societies. She won the Sponsorship Award of the International Federation of Infection Control (IFIC), 2004 and participated in several international conferences.
Research interest is medial microbiology including the diagnosis and antimicrobial susceptibility of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Her research interest is also extended to infection control in hospitals and antibiotics stewardships.
· M.SC. In human Anatomy & Embryology In Mayo 2000
Grade: Very Good.
M.SC. Thesis was titled (Hepatic ultra- structural Changes induced by formaldehyde vapors in albino rats.
· M.D. In Human Anatomy and Embryology In August 2005
Grade: Very Good
Was titled" Studies on human ileo-caecal junction"
· Neuroscience,Embryology,Anatomy, Histology
· Histopathological and immunohistochemically study of the protective effect of triptorelin on the neurocytes of the hippocampus and the cerebral cortex of male albino rats after short-term exposure to cyclophosphamide. (Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure).
· Histological and ultrastructural study of the protective effect of acetyl cysteine on the iron toxicity of kidney in albino rats.
· Hepatic ultra- structural changes induced by formaldehyde vapors in albino rats.
· Endoscopic and Histological Studies on human ileo-caecal junction
Ehab Abo Ali was borne in Tanta (Egypt) in 1973. He received his MD degree in Community Medicine from Tanta University in 2009.He supervised many of Master and MD theses. He published many local and international research papers. He attended many of national and international conferences. Currently, he is the HOD Community Medicine, BMC, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
· FRCOG (Fellowship of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists), London, United Kingdom.
· MSc. (Master’s degree) on Human Reproduction and Development, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
· Postgraduate Award on Infertility and Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART), Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
· PhD. (Doctorate Degree) on Obstetrics and Gynaecology, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
· European University Diploma of Operative Endoscopy in Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Auvergne, Clermont- Ferrand I, France.
· MSc. (Master’s degree) on Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Arab Republic of Egypt.
· MB. BCh. Bachelor of Medicine and General Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Arab Republic of Egypt.
· Kamel, RM. 2013. Assisted Reproductive Technology after the Birth of Louise
Brown. J Reprod Infertil; 14(3):96-109.
· Kamel, RM. 2013. Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis infection among Infertile Women in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Women’s Health; 5:277-284.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. Spontaneous Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome in a Naturally Conceived Singleton Pregnancy: A case report. Fertil Steril; 94(1): 351.e1-351.e4.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. The onset of Human Parturition. Arch Gynecol Obstet; 281: 975982.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. Prevention of Postoperative Peritoneal Adhesions. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol; 150: 111-118.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. A Clinical Epidemiology Study of Spontaneous Preterm Birth in Jazan city, Saudi Arabia. J Reprod Med; 55(9-10): 395-403.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. Management of the Infertile Couple: An Evidence-based Protocol. J Reprod Biol Endocrinol; 8:21.
· Kamel, RM. 2010. A Massive Ovarian Mucinous Cystadenoma: A case report. J Reprod Biol Endocrinol; 8:24.
Currently I am an assistant professor and head of internal medicine department, medicine program, Batterjee Medical College. Assistant professor of Internal Medicine (Diabetes and Endocrinology Unit) Zagazig University Hospital, Egypt.
Formerly: Registrar of internal medicine at United Doctors Hospital (UDH), Jeddah, KSA. (ACHSI accredited). I had professional accreditation certificate from Saudi commission for health specialties. Resident / Assistant lecturer of Internal Medicine, Zagazig University Hospital, Egypt. Doctorate Degree in Internal Medicine, May 2015, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt. Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Internal Medicine, 2009 and Medical Bachelor & Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.Ch) in October 2003, Faculty of medicine, Zagazig University, Egypt
Dr. Rania Ali Saad graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt with Bachelor’s degree of Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.Ch) in December 2001 with Honors. She then completed her 3 year Clinical Pathology residency at Ain Shams University Hospitals during which she was awarded her Masters Degree in Clinical and Chemical Pathology in 2006. Her Masters Thesis Title: Stem cell transplantation in patients with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. After which she did a Hematopathology observership at the University of Virginia (UVA), Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. She then returned back to Egypt for her Doctorate degree in Clinical and Chemical Pathology. Her Doctorate degree defense was in 2012. The Doctorate Thesis Title: Prognostic relevance of 13q14 deletion and IgH rearrangement by Interphase Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization in patients with multiple myeloma. Her Doctorate Thesis was later presented at the 18th Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA), Stockholm, Sweden, June 13th-16th, 2013.
Dr. Rania also has passion for stem cell research. She participated in neural stem cell research at Dr. Sally Temple’s lab, Regenerative Research Foundation: Rensselaer, New York, USA (2009-2011). She worked on a variety of stem cells such as mouse embryonic and mouse adult subventricular zone stem cells, as well as Human embryonic stem cells where she was able to passage these cells, cryopreserve them and differentiate them to neural lineages. She also did lentiviral transfection of these cultures to alter gene expression and assess gene function. She did as well Time Lapse cell tracking to follow the lineages of single cells as they generate clones as well as matching staining profiles, clonal analysis and cell counts. During that time, she participated in paper publishing in Nature Protocols in 2011. The paper title: Vertebrate neural stem cell segmentation, tracking and lineaging with validation and editing. In 2019, she joined again Dr. Sally Temple’s lab as a neural stem cell researcher as she worked on a research project that focused on Aging and in vitro Alzheimer’s disease modeling using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
Dr. Rania has an overall 10 years of working experience in the Clinical Pathology field working in a number of highly reputable private hospitals and with highly professional professors of different nationalities. Recently, Dr. Rania has joined the BMC team in Jeddah as a Pathology lecturer and as an Academic Advisor coordinator, hoping she is able to benefit her students and pass on her years of experience promoting their academic success.
My main research interest is in neural stem cell research.as well as in Hematology research topics most importantly chronic myeloid leukemia and multiple myeloma.
Research and Publications:
· Winter Mark, Wait Eric, Ali Ahmed Naguib Rania et al., 2011. Vertebrate neural stem cell segmentation, tracking and lineaging with validation and editing.
Nature Protocols, 6: 1942-1952.
· Ali N Rania, Kassem A Nevine et al., 2014. Prognostic relevance of 13q14 deletion and IgH rearrangement by interphase fluorescence in situ hybridization in patients with multiple myeloma. Journal of Applied Hematology, 5(4): 141-147.
I am Amir Elhadi from Sudan. Married and I have a daughter and two sons. I have a Ph.D. in the Physiology field, from Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Shendi University, Sudan. I previously worked in the College of Applied Medical Sciences at Al-Jouf University, Saudi Arabia for about nine years. I also worked as a lecturer at the College of Medicine, Ahfad University for women in Sudan for seven years. Besides my main job at Batterjee Medical College, I sometimes participate as a volunteer in some organizations that interesting in environmental improvement and smoking control.
A total of 30 blood group systems are recognized by ISBT. The reliability of the blood group data for assessing relationships between populations is very limited. Determination of minor blood group phenotypes is useful for many studies, e.g. correlation between phenotype and diseases.
HIGHEST ACADEMIC DEGREE: Doctorate degree in medical sciences, Pathology (PhD), Mansoura University, Egypt, July 2014.
Scientific publications: Google Scholar:
SCIENTIFIC COURSES/ CONFERENCES/ AWARDS AND GRANTS:Pathology/oncology conferences (Speaker and poster presentations) held in Egypt, Belgium, Spain, Thailand, Denmark, UK and Cyprus. SCIENTIFIC REVIEWER for about 8 international pathology/oncology journals.
MEMBER OF European Society of Pathology (ESP), American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the Arab Division of the International Academy of Pathology.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT BMC: Construction and leading of Breathing and Circulation Block for PBL medical students (M3) in collaboration with Maastricht University, Netherlands. Sharing at teaching Pathology in other blocks and programs.
Gastrointestinal tract, Breast, lymphoma and CNS tumor pathology and biological markers expression.
I did Bachelor in Pharmacy from University of Peshawar, Pakistan in 2002. Then I worked as Pharmacist for a period of 2 years in pharmaceutical industry. In 2004, I got admission in Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan, where I completed M. Phil in Microbiology in 2006. Since 2006 till 2012, I was teaching Microbiology in various recognized institutions of Pakistan. Apart from teaching, I was also actively involved in research and published a number of papers. Since 2012 till today, I am serving as Microbiology Lecturer at Batterjee Medical College, Jeddah Saudi Arabia. Here I am involved in Problem Based Learning (PBL) Module of Medicine Program as a tutor. Also I am supervising Microbiology Practical of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy Programs.
My main research interest is related to synthesis of Anti-microbial metabolites (Antibiotics) by Bacillus strains in free and immobilized states.
I had published 10 research papers and attended a number of international conferences, seminars and workshops.
I did my M.B.B. CH in 2004 from Alexandria university, faculty of medicine, I joined al Ramal childrens’ hospital from 2006 to 2007, Ministry of health, Egypt. I joined Matrouh childrens’ hospital (MOH) from 2007 to 2009. I worked in Alexandria university childrens’ hospital and I got my master in pediatrics from Alexandria university in 2013, I worked as a pediatrician in family medicine, MOH before joining BMC in August 2014.
I am interested in clinical research in pediatrics, particularly related to gastroenterology subspecialty.
I did my M.B.B. CH in 2002 from Cairo university, faculty of medicine, I joined Cairo ambulance centre, Ministry of public health, Egypt from 2004 to 2007, I joined M. Bakry hospital, Ministry of public health from 2007 to 2012, I got my master in pediatrics from Cairo university in 2011, I joined Matrouh general hospital, MOH from 2012 to June, 2013 before joining BMC in October 2013.
I am interested in clinical research in pediatrics, particularly related to neonatology subspecialty.
Dr. Majed Alnabulsi is an internal medicine specialist. He received his Bachelor’s degree in medicine from King Abdulaziz university in Jeddah. He worked as a visiting assistant researcher with the department of medicine at the University of California, Irvine. He then completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, USA.
Former assistant professor in Dow university of health sciences, have done graduation in medicine and surgery in 2001from Bahria university Islamabad, and M.Phil. In Anatomy from Dow university of health sciences in 2011. Total teaching experience in Anatomy is 18 years.
Developmental anatomy morphological changes in
placental tissue in relation to medical conditions
- Coach for BMC team for union Saudi University football.
-Organizer of graduation ceremony.
Yes, I am interested in research because it is the basis of the science, knowledge and scientific and practical development. Medical Scientific Research and publication Proficiency. December 2021 Ph.D. Published paper Human papillomavirus, gene mutation and estrogen and progesterone receptors in breast cancer: a cross- sectional study, in pan African journal
Dr. Mudassar did his MBBS from University of Health Sciences, Pak and FCPS (Histopathology) from College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan. He served as Faculty in well renowned institutions in Pakistan like King Edward Medical University (KEMU), Lahore and Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research centre (SKMCH & RC) before moving to Saudi Arabia. Since 2012, he is working as Head of Pathology department in Batterjee Medical College, Jeddah, KSA. He is actively involved in PBL curriculum development and teaching undergraduates of medicine and allied specialties. He is also block leader of Regulation and Integration block and planning members of many other blocks of Medicine Program.
He has deep interest in “Cytopathology” and published in international American journal like “Cytopathol”. His other research interests include “Breast and Lymph Node Pathology” and diagnostic histopathology.
Mohamed Elmutasim A. M. Elsheikh, PhD Lecturer of Medical Microbiology in the Department of Microbiology, Involved in problem-based learning in Medicine Program, along with traditional teaching in the Department of Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, and Respiratory Therapy. Published many research articles in the field of production of diagnostic test and antimicrobial resistant. Speaker in national conferences and worked in teaching Medical microbiology for more than 20 Years.
- Molecular identification of the antimicrobial resistance encoding genes using PCR.
- Culturing, processing and testing the serodiagnostic antigen (DAT) for its use in the field and hospital settings.
- In-Vivo culturing and serological diagnosis of T.B.