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Curriculum Vitae:

Personal data:

Name: Abeer khalid Al-Ghumlas

Nationality: Saudi

Marital Status: married 

Address: King Khalid University Hospital

                  Department of physiology

                   P.O. Box 2925

                   Area code:11461

                   City: Riyadh

                  Saudi Arabia

                

Degrees:

·         Ph-D in 2009 from King Khalid University Hospital, College of Medicine, Department of Physiology.

             Title: "Morphological and functional Characteristics of blood platelets:  A  

                       comparative study between human and camel platelets"

 

·         M.Sc. in 2002 from King Saud University, College of Medicine, Department of physiology.

Title:  "Haemostatic changes in chronic liver disease"

·         MBBS in 1995 from King Faisal University, Dammam.

Professional experiences:

               1) Internship:  

3 months Medicine: King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh

3 months surgery: Riyadh Central Hospital, Riyadh

2 months Obstetric & Gynecology:  Riyadh Central hospital, Riyadh

2 months pediatric, King Fahad Hospital, Khobar

1 month Primary Care Medicine, King Fahad hospital, Khobar

     1 month Elective (Dermatology): King Fahad hospital, Khobar

 

               2) Resident:

 Joined Department of Physiology, College of Medicine, King Saud University as resident in 1997

            3) Enrolled in MSc program in 1417 H (1997) with grade 4.78

      MSc thesis title: “Haemostatic changes in chronic liver disease”    

       Discussed in 21 /10/ 1423 (25 December 2002) and passed  

       With distinction (Excellent grade)

4) Enrolled in Ph-D program in 1426H (2006)

 Ph-D thesis title: “Morphological and functional characteristics of platelets: A comparative study between human and camel platelets”

Started 26-5-1426 and discussed at 21/12/2010 GPA: 4.96

Teaching experience:

§  Giving lectures, tutorials, practical classes and oral examination to medical, dental and pharmacology students

§  Teaching post graduate students (Nurses)

§  Course organizer of  PLS(580), PCOL 282

 

Seminar presentations to the Physiology Department:

§  Exercise in heat

§  Insulin; mechanism of action

§  Bronchial hyper-responsiveness

§  Heart failure

§  Sodium handling by the nephron

§  Haemostatic changes in chronic liver disease

§  Endothelial cell and haemostatic activation in relation to cytokines in patients with sepsis

§  Angiogenesis

§  Epilepsy

§  Lipoprotein a

§  Renin angiotensin system

§  Tissue factor pathway inhibitor

§  Exercise and heat

Research interest:  Haematology/ Coagulation

 

Contribution to conferences:

§  Haemostatic parameters in chronic liver disease; can haemostatic tests be included as LFTs?”: Poster presentation at the 7th Saudi Gastroenterology Association conference-King Abdulaziz Medical city, National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, October 2002.

§  The peculiar platelet behaviour in the Arabian camel (Camel Dromedaries).  Poster presentation at XXII Congress of International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis-USA, July, 2009.

§  Natural anticoagulants can be useful predictors of sever liver disease.  Poster presentation at XXII Congress of International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis-USA, July, 2009.

Attendance to courses:

  • The Sixth Annual Saudi Gastroenterology Association Meeting, at King Fahad Hospital, Jeddah, 1999.
  • Epidemiology and Biostatistics Course for post-graduate residents,  at King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh 2000
  • Statistics for Medical Researchers, at King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh 2003.
  • Therapeutic Endoscopy Course, at King Abdulaziz Medical city, National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, 2002.
  • 7TH Saudi Gastroentrology Association Conference and gastrointestinal endoscopy course, at King Abdulaziz Medical city, National Guard Health Affairs, Riyadh, 2002.
  • 4TH International Symposium on Haematology and Transfusion Medicine, at Al Twaiq palace, Diplomatic Quarters, Riyadh, 2002
  • The first Scientific Conference on the March of Medical Education in Saudi Arabia, at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2004
  • 1st International symposium on hepatocellular carcinoma, at National Guardofficers club, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2004
  • Pricncipals and practice in conducting clinical research symposium, at King Faisal specialist hospital, 2004
  • 6th Epidemiology and biostatistics course, at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2004
  • Update on breast diseases at King Fahad Hospital University, Al-Khobar, 2004
  • 2nd King Saud University Workshop on Medical Education at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2005
  • 3rd King Saud University Work shop on medical Education, at College of Medicine, King Saud University university, Riyadh, 2006
  • Advances in blood transfusion, King Fahad Hospital of the University, AlKhobar, 2006.
  • International Medical update 2006, at College of Medicine, King Saud University university, Riyadh, 2006
  • the 6th Annual International Hematology Conference, King Fahad Cultural Centre, Riyadh, 2007
  • 6th Arab and 3rd GCC Pan Arab blood transfusion conference at King Faisal conference hall-Intercontinental hotel, 2007
  • 7th International congress of Saudi Society of Haematology, at King Fahad Medical city, Riyadh, 2008
  • First Conference On Stem Cell, KSU, Riyadh, 7-9/11/2009.
  • 1st  Faculty enhancement Medical education workshop, at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2009
  • King Saud University Students’  prepatory symposium for SSC, KSU, Riyadh, 9-10/12/2009
  • International Medicine update 2010, at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2010
  • 2nd Faculty enhancement Medical education workshop on teaching learning and assessment, at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2010
  • 2nd Workshop on multiple choice questions at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, 2010

 

·         Best resident for the year of 1417 H at college of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh.

·         Award of her excellence prince Aljohara Al-Ibrahim for the superior post graduate student in academic achievement in 1423-1424 H of King Saud University.

·         Winner of Al Marai Annual Award of Scientific Innovation for Research Studies in the Camel, 2008.

·         Prize of best post graduate research in the (King Saud University students’ research prepatory symposium for Students Research Project), 2009.

Publications:

1)      Al-Ghumlas  AK and Abdelgader AG.  The liver and haemostatic system.  The Saudi journal of Gastroenterology 2003,9: 59-68.

2)      Al-Ghumlas AK, Gader AMA, Al Faleh FZ. Haemostatic abnormalities in liver disease: could some haemostatic tests be useful as liver function tests?  Blood Coag Fibrinol 2005; 16:329-335.

3)      Al-Ghumlas AK, Gader AMA, Al Faleh FZ. Natural anticoagulants and fibrinolytic activity following Interferon therapy in chronic hepatitis.  Blood Coag Fibrinolysis 2008; 19(4):263-267.Al-Ghumlas AK, Gader AMA.  Sport in High Altitude.  Saudi J Sports Medicine 2007; 9(2):123-127.

4)      Gader AMA, Ghumlas AK, Hussain MF, Al-Haidary AI.  Platelet aggregation and platelet function analyser 100 (PFA-100) closure time in camels – a comparative study with humans.  Comp Clin Pathol 2006; 15:31-37.

5)      Gader AMA, Al-Ghumlas AK, Hussein MF, Al-Haidary A, White JG. Ultrastructure of Camel Blood Platelets: A comparative study with Human, Bovine and Equine Cells.  Platelets 2008; 19(1):51-58.

6)      Al-Ghumlas AK, Gader AMA, Hussein MF, Al-Haidary A, White JG. Effects of Heat on Camel Platelet Structure and Function- A comparative study with humans. Platelets 2008; 19(3):163-171.

7)      Al-Ghumlas AK, Gader AMA.  Sport in High Altitude.  Saudi J Sports Medicine 2007; 9(2):123-127.

8)      Gader AMA, Al Ghumlas AK, Al-Momen AK. Transfusion Medicine in a developing country- Alloantibodies to red blood cells in multi-transfused patients in Saudi Arabia. Transfusion and Apheresis Science 2008; 39(3): (199-204).

 

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