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Name      : Shatha Ibrahim Al-Aqeel

 Address : King Saud University

                  Women students-medical studies & sciences

                   sections     

                   Faculty of Science - Chemistry Department

                   Riyadh 11495-P.O. Box 22452  Saudi Arabia

Phone:     : 009661-4771048 ext 1258     

 E-mail:    : shalaqeel@ksu.edu.sa

                    alaqeels1@hotmail.com

  Education

 Degree Earned        University        Result or Grade        Year

  BSC Honours in Chemistry     King Saud University         4.01/5.00                                   

                                                                                                           V. Good                                                                                                        

 

MSC Chemistry                       King Saud University               4.40/5.00                           

                                                                                                          V. Good                                                                                                        

 PhD Chemistry                       Manchester University            Excellent                                2010

 

 

                                                               

 

 

 

 Publications

Fatma. E. M. El-Baih, Shatha. I. Al-Aqeel, Ola. A. El-Sayed, and Hassan. M. Al-Hazimi,

Novel 4-Amino pyrimido[4,5-b]quinoline derivatives as potential Antimicrobial Agents

Boll. Chem. Farmac, 141(6) , Nov/Dec: 461-465, 2002

 Fatma. E. M. El-Baih, Shatha. I. Al-Aqeel, Ola. A. El-Sayed, and Hassan. M. Al-Hazimi,

Synthesis and Spectroscopic Properties of some Pyrimido[4,5-b]Quinoline Derivatives.

J. King Saud Univ. (Science), 18(1), 1-17, 2005.

 

 Abstracts presented at Conferences

 Shatha Al-Aqeel, Kanan El-Wahedy, Aqeel Ahmad and John M. Gardiner

Modular Synthesis and DNA binding of  Novel Oligoheterocycles.

The international Nucleic Acids and the Chemical Biology Interface (NA-CBI 2009) meeting, 20-23 2009, (University of Manchester), United kingdom.

 Shatha Al-Aqeel, Kanan El-Wahedy, Aqeel Ahmad and John M. Gardiner

Modular Synthesis and DNA binding of Novel Oligoheterocycles.

6th Middle east Metabolic Group Meeting. 16 &17 october 2009, Istanbul, Turky.

 Shatha Al-Aqeel, Kanan El-Wahedy, Aqeel Ahmad and John M. Gardiner

Modular Synthesis and DNA binding of Novel Oligoheterocycles.

The RSC Bioorganic Group Postgraduate Meeting, 22 April 2010 (University of Nottingham), United kingdom.

 Shatha Al-Aqeel, Kanan El-Wahedy, Aqeel Ahmad and John M. Gardiner

Modular Synthesis and DNA binding of Novel Oligoheterocycles.

The North West Organic Chemistry Symposium. 6th july 2010 (University of Manchester), United kingdom.

 Shatha Al-Aqeel and John M. Gardiner

 DNA binding of Novel Oligoheterocycles.

 The 12th International Congress of Human Geneticc. 11-17 October 2011, Montreal, Toronto, Canada.

  Shatha Al-Aqeel

 DNA binding and Anticancer Effect of Novel Oligoheterocycles.

The 18th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry. 7-11 July 2013, Marseille, France.

 Shatha Al-Aqeel, Kanan El-Wahedy and  John M. Gardiner

Novel Oligoheterocycles and  potential ability as Anti-cancer therapy
10th Middle East Metabolic Group Meeting. 5-7 December 2013,Istanbul, Turkey

 

  

Attended Conferences

 

The 4th Saudi International Conference. 29-31 July 2010 (University of Manchester) United kingdom .

15thAnnual conference of the European Biosafety Association. 11-13June 2012(University of Manchester) United kingdom .

 
2012 4thJournal conference on Bioscience,Biochemistry and Bioinformatics. 22-23 December 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
 The 5 thPan Arab Human Genetics Conference and 2013 Golden Helix Symposium.17-19 November 2013, Dubia, United Arab Emirates

 

 

Teaching Activities

    -         Supervision and assistance of undergraduates chemistry           laboratory students. This includes helping plan work, writing up and others.

 

-         Use of the University's on line training resources for academics.