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Dr. Musaed Alfayez

M.Sc.(London), Ph.D.(Glasgow)

Chairman

Anatomy Department, College of Medicine

P.O.Box-2925(28), King Saud University, Riyadh-11461.

 

Postal Contact:  P. O. Box-150 162, Riyadh-11745

Tel # 431 1576 (Home) & +966 553456704 (Mobile) & 4670809 (Sec)

Fax # +9661-4671300.

Email:   alfayez@ksu.edu.sa

 

Professional Education:

 

  1. Ph.D. (Jan 2004) in Anatomy:  From University of Glasgow, Faculty of Medicine Laboratory of Human Anatomy, UK.  My theses work was “Serotonin and Basal Ganglia in a Model of Parkinson’s Disease”.

 

  1. M.Sc. in Anatomy (Nov. 1998):  From University College London, Department of Anatomy.

 

Teaching Experience

  • Feb. 2004 to date

Working as Assistant Professor of Anatomy, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Presently I am teaching Clinical Anatomy, Morphology, Radiological & Surface Anatomy, Cross-sectional Anatomy and Neuro-anatomy to undergraduate Medical and Dental students.  My assignments include the lectures, practicals, tutorials and facilitation in PBL sessions.  I am also teaching Postgraduate Dental students of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) at College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh; and Postgraduate Resident’s Training Program in Rehabilitation Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh.  Moreover I am involved in three research teams conducting multidisciplinary research at college of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh.

 

  • Jan 2001-Dec 2003

Involved in teaching in Human Anatomy Laboratory, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow, renowned for PBL sessions.

Professional Experience

 

1-Prince Salman Hospital, Riyadh, 4 months

2-King Khalid Hospital, Al Kharj, KSA   8 months

3-Rehabilitation centre, Jeddah, KSA 1 year

4-Saudi German Hospital, Jeddah, 7 months

5- King Khalid Hospital University, Riyadh Since 1418

 

Administration Skills

 

Working as fulltime Chairman, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, King Saud University since 10/1425.

 

Publications:

 

·        Parkinsonism & Related Disease, Vol 7, S34 July 2001

·        IUPS Meeting, Christchurch. Christchurch September 2001

·        American Parkinson’s Disease Society Meeting, San Diego, November 2001

  • Annals of Anatomy 2003; 185:217-218.

 

Symposia attended

 

1- XIV international congress on Parkinson’s Disease  Helsinki, Finland  July 2001

2- 7th International Symposium on Parkinson’s Disease Research  San Diego, USA  November 2001

3- Society for Neuroscience 31st Annual Meeting San Diego, USA  November 2001

4- The First Scientific Conference on The March of Medical Education In Saudi Arabia  Riyadh, March 2004.

5- Workshop on Electronic Retrieval of Medical Information Riyadh, April 2004.

 

Professional and Organization Memberships:

 

  • Chairman of the Anatomy Department: 2004 - to date.
  • Member of Resident Training program in Ob/Gyn, Security Forces Hospital.
  • Member of Resident Training program in Rehabilitation Medicine, Security Forces Hospital.
  • Member of Internet Committee, College of Medicine, KSU: 2004 - to date.
  • Member of the Faculty Board, College of Medicine, King Saud University: 2004 – to date.
  • Sports Coordinator, College of Medicine, King Saud University: 2004 to date.
  • Member of the Curriculum Committee, College of Medicine, King Saud University: 2004 to date.

·        Member of American Society of Neuroscience: 2001 – to date.

 

references

 

Dr. Khalid I Khoshhal

FRCS, ABOS

Chairman

Department of Orthopedics

Madina University, P.O.Box-10003, Madina Munawarah, KSA.

Ph. # +966 506301841.

Fax#  9664 8460008.

mailto: kkhoshhal@hotmail.com

 

Dr. HS Amoono Kuofi

Ph.D. Anatomy

Professor of Anatomy

28-KKUH. P.O.Box-2925, Riyadh-11461, KSA.

Fax # +9661 4671300.

Ph. # +9661 4671309.

mailto:harold_amonookuofi@yahoo.co.uk & hkuofi@ksu.edu.sa

 

 

 

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