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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

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السييرة الذاتية

الإسم:  د. عبدالمجد  الديس

تاريخ الميلاد: /1393هـ

الجنسية:  سعودي

الرمز البريدي: 11461الرياض           صندوق البريد:    2925 (29)

رقم التليفون:   عمل 4671615(01)

                            4670848      

البريد الإلكتروني:  physlogy@ksu.edu.sa             

 

المؤهلات العلميه:

1-  درجة الدكتوراه في  وظائف الأعضاء الطبية

كلية الطب بفرجينيا

  الولايات المتحدة الإمريكية.

 

المنصب الحالي:

1-     رئيس قسم  وظائف الأعضاء بكلية الطب- جامعة الملك سعود- الرياض.

2-     Clinical neurophysiologist

3-                            King Abdul Aziz University Hospital

4-                  Riyadh ,Saudi Arabia

5-     رئيس لجنة الامتحنات في كلية الطب

 

عضوية الجمعيات

                                        2001 to date member

                                       of American physiology society

                                       United state of America.

 

المؤتمرات:

 

A)

 

A Al-Drees, T Al-Khlaiwi, E Gursoy, and M Kalimi.  Estrogen and glucocorticoid protect clonal hippocampal (HT-22) cells against lethal ischemia insult.  Presentation at the American Physiological Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, United States of America, 2001.

 

B) Poster-presentation:

 1)     A Al-Drees, T Al-Khlaiwi, E Gursoy, and M Kalimi.  Estrogen and glucocorticoid protect clonal hippocampal (HT-22) cells against lethal ischemia insult.  Poster at the American Physiological Society annual meeting, Orlando, United States of America, 2001.

 2)     A Al-Drecs, T Al-Khlaiwi, E Gursoy, and M Kalimi.  Neurosteroids protect clonal hippocampal (HT-22) cells against lethal ischemia insult: modulation of glucocorticoid receptor and heat shock protein.  Poster at the American Physiological Society  annual meeting, New Orleans, United States of America, 2002.

 3)     T Al-Khlaiwi, A Al-Drees, E Gursoy, and M Kalimi.  Neurosteroids dheydroepiandrosterone and pregnenolone protect rat cardiac myoblasts (h9c2) cells against lethal heat shock insult.  Poster at the American Physiological Society, Orlando, United States of America, 2001.

 4)     T Al-Khlaiwi, A Al-Drees, E Gursoy, and M Kalimi.  Estrogen protects rat cardiac myoblasts (h9c2) cells against lethal heat shock insult: mechanism of action.  Poster at the American Physiological Society, New Orleans, United States of America, 2002.

 

Publications:البحوث

1)     Erdal Gursoy, Arturo Cardounel, Thamir Al-Khlaiwi, Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Mohammed Kalimi.  Tamoxifen protects clonal mouse hippocampal (HT-22) cells against neurotoxins-induced cell death.  Neurochemistry International 40 (2002): 405-412.

2)     Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Thamir Al-Khlaiwi, Erdal Gursoy, Mohammed Kalimi.  Attenuation of ischemia injury by neurosteroids.  Sent for publication.

3)     Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Thamir Al-Khlaiwi, Erdal Gursoy, Mohammed Kalimi.  Sublethal ischemia and sublethal heat shock protect clonal mouse hippocampal (HT-22) cells against ischemia-induced cell death.  Sent for publication.

4)     Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Thamir Al-Khlaiwi, Erdal Gursoy, Mohammed Kalimi.  Protection of neuronal ischemic cell damage by estrogen.  Sent for publication.

5)     Sultan aeop meo,Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Muhammad Arif, Fayaz A.Shah, Khalid Al-Rubean. Lung function in type 1 Saudi diabetic patients.Saudi Med J. 2005 Nov;26(11):1728-1733. 

6)     Sultan aeop meo,Abdulmajeed Al-Drees. Mobile phone related-hazards and subjective hearing and vision symptoms in the Saudi population.Int J Occup Med Environ Health. 2005;18(1):53-7.

7)     Sultan aeop meo,Abdulmajeed Al-Drees. Do mobile phones cause hearing and vision complaints? A preliminary report.
Saudi Med J. 2005 May;26(5):882-3. 

8)     Thamir Al-Khlaiwi, Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Erdal Gursoy, Mohammed Kalimi. Estrogen protects cardiac myogenic (H9c2) rat cells against lethal heat shock-induced cell injury: modulation of estrogen receptor alpha, glucocorticoid receptors, heat shock protein 70, and iNOS.J Cardiovasc Pharmacol. 2005 Mar;45(3):217-24.

9)     Sultan aeop meo,Abdulmajeed Al-Drees, Muhammad Arif, Fayaz A.Shah, Khalid Al-Rubean. Assessment of Respiratory muscles endurance in  Saudi diabetic patients.Saudi Med J. 2006 Nov;27(2):

10) Sultan aeop meo,Abdulmajeed Al-Drees. Lung Function Among Non Smoking Wheat Flour Mill Worker.IJOMEH 2005,18(3). 

11) Sultan A Meo, Abdul Majeed Al Drees, Syed ZA Zadi,  Salah AL Damgh, Ali S Al-Tuwaijri., Hazards of X-ray radiations on the quantitative and phagocytic function of  Polymorphonuclear leukocyte in workers exposed to chest X ray unit. Journal of Occupational Health Japan 2005, Accepted.

12) Meo SA, Azeem MA, Qureshi AA, Ghori GM, Al-Drees AM, Subhan FMM. Dose response effect of cement dust on respiratory muscles competence in cement mill workers. Int J Environ Health Res. 2006 Dec;16(6):439-47.

13) Meo SA, Al-Drees AM, Arif M, Al-Rubean K. Lung function in type 2 Saudi diabetic patients.  Saudi Med J. 2006; 27(3): 338-343. 

14) Sultan A Meo., Abdul Majeed Al Drees. Mobile phone related hazards and subjective hearing and vision symptoms in the Saudi Population. International journal Occupational Medicine & Environmental Health. 2005; 18(1): 53-57.

15) Sultan A Meo, Abdul Majeed Al Drees, Jehangeer Ahmed, Sayed Fayaz A Shah, Khalid AL Ragaiey, Ashraf Hussain & Khalid Al-Rubean. Effects of duration of disease on a ventilatory function in an ethnic group of diabetic patients. Journal of Diabetes Science & Technology,  2007; 1(5): 711-717.

16) Sultan A Meo, Azeem MA, AM-Al- Dress, Meo IM, AL Saadi M. Lung Function in subjects exposed to crude oil spill in sea water. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2008; 56 (1): 88-94.  

17) Taha Sadig Ahmed, Abdul Majeed Al Drees, Sultan A Meo, Ghazala A Farooqui, Muhammad N Al-Nasser. The Electroencephalogram findings in Saudi children with delayed language development, Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, 2008; 24: 61-64. 

 

  D) Symposium attended:

 

1)     Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University Resident Electromyography (EMG) Symposium, 2002, Richmond, Virginia.

2)      The Eighteenth Annual Daniel T. Watts Research Poster Symposium, 2001, Richmond, Virginia.

3)     Fifth Pan Arab Congress on Endocrinology and Diabetes, 2004, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

4)     Uses Of Computer in Medical education,2003, Riyadh, College of Medicine,  Saudi Arabia.

5)     Assesment,2003, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

6)     EEG and Epilepsy course,2003, Riyadh,  Armed Forces Hospital, Saudi Arabia.

7)     Skills of Instructional Methods,2003, Riyadh, College of Medicine,  Saudi Arabia.

8)     Assesment,2002, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

9)     Skills of Instructional Methods,2002, Riyadh, College of Medicine,  Saudi Arabia.

10) The First Scientific Conference on the March of Medical Education in Saudi Arabia,2004, Riyadh, College of Medicine,  Saudi Arabia.

11) Assessing Application of Knowledge with Written Test and Objective Structured Clinical Exams Workshope,2002, jedah, Saudi Arabia.

12) Research work shop on Skills of Instructional Methods, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh KSA, March 2003.

13) College of Medicine Research Centre work shop on Use of computer in Medical Education, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh KSA, May 2003.

14) Research work shop on Medical Education Assessment , College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh KSA, April 2003.

15) Third annual Research conference College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh KSA April 2003.

16) Research work shop on Medical Education, Problem Base Learning, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh KSA, Feb 2006.

 

 

 

 

 
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