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تحميل الدليل التدريبي

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Personal Data:

Name Abdulmajd Al-Drees
Date of Birth 1393 H
Nationality Saudi 

Mailing Address

PO Box 2925 (29)
Riyadh 11461
Phone Number
Office: (01) 4670849
Fax: (01) 4672567
E-mail physlogy@ksu.edu.sa

 

Education:

Postgraduate  



PhD in Medical Physiology (2002)
Department of Physiology
Medical College of Virginia
USA 
Certificate



 
Certificate in Preparing Future Faculty in the Profession (PFFP) (2002)
Department of Graduate Studies
Virginia Commonwealth University
USA 
   

 

Positions:

  1.  Head of Department
       Assistant Professor
       Department of Physiology
       College of Medicine
       King Saud University
       Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  2.  Clinical Neurophysiologist
       King Abdulaziz University Hospital
       Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  3.  Head, Examination Committee
       College of Medicine
       King Saud University
       Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia



Membership in International Societies

2001 to date    Member of American Physiological Society, USA



Presentations/Posters

  1. Al-Drees A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  Estrogen and glucocorticoid protect clonal hippocampal (HT-22) cells against lethal ischemia insult.  Presentation at the American Physiological Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2001.
  2. Al-Drees A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  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, USA, 2002.
  3. Al-Khlaiwi T, Al-Drees A, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  Neurosteroids dehydroepiandrosterone and pregnenolone protect rat cardiac myoblasts (h9c2) cells against lethal heat shock insult.  Poster at the American Physiological Society, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2001.
  4. Al-Khlaiwi T, Al-Drees A, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  Estrogen protects rat cardiac myoblasts (h9c2) cells against lethal heat shock insult: mechanism of action.  Poster at the American Physiological Society, New Orleans, USA, 2002.



Symposium Attended:

  1. The Eighteenth Annual Daniel T. Watts Research Poster Symposium, Richmond, Virginia, 2001.
  2. Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University Resident Electromyography (EMG) Symposium, Richmond, Virginia, 2002.
  3. Assessment, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2002.
  4. Skills of Instructional Methods, Riyadh, College of Medicine, Saudi Arabia, 2002.
  5. Assessing Application of Knowledge with Written Test and Objective Structured Clinical Exams Workshop, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 2002.
  6. Uses of Computer in Medical Education, College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2003.
  7. Assessment, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2003.
  8. EEG and Epilepsy Course, Armed Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2003.
  9. Skills of Instructional Methods, College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2003.
  10. Research Workshop on Skills of Instructional Methods, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, April 2003.
  11. Research Workshop on Medical Education Assessment, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, April 2003.
  12. Third Annual Research Conference, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, April 2003.
  13. College of Medicine Research Centre Workshop on Use of Computer in Medical Education, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 2003.
  14. Fifth Pan Arab Congress on Endocrinology and Diabetes, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2004.
  15. The First Scientific Conference on the March of Medical Education in Saudi Arabia, College of Medicine, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2004.
  16. Research Workshop on Medical Education, Problem Base Learning, College of Medicine, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, KSA, February 2006. 


 

Publications:

  1. Gursoy E, Cardounel A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Al-Drees A, Kalimi M.  Tamoxifen protects clonal mouse hippocampal (HT-22) cells against neurotoxins-induced cell death.  Neurochemistry International 2002; 40: 405-412.
  2. Al-Drees A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Gursoy E, Kalimi.  Attenuation of ischemia injury by neurosteroids.  Sent for publication.
  3. Al-Drees A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  Sublethal ischemia and sublethal heat shock protect clonal mouse hippocampal (HT-22) cells against ischemia-induced cell death.  Sent for publication.
  4. Al-Drees A, Al-Khlaiwi T, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  Protection of neuronal ischemic cell damage by estrogen.  Sent for publication.
  5. Meo SA, Al-Drees A, Arif M, Shah FA, Al-Rubean K.  Lung function in type 1 Saudi diabetic patients.  Saudi Med J 2005; 26(11): 1728-1733.
  6. Meo SA, Al-Drees A.  Mobile phone related-hazards and subjective hearing and vision symptoms in the Saudi population.  Int J Occup Med Environ Health 2005; 18: 53-57.
  7. Meo Sa, Al-Drees A.  Do mobile phones cause hearing and vision complaints?  A preliminary report.  Saudi Med J 2005; 26(5): 882-883.
  8. Al-Khlaiwi T, Al-Drees A, Gursoy E, Kalimi M.  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; 45(3): 217-224.
  9. Meo SA, Al-Drees A, Arif M, Shah FA, Al-Rubean K.  Assessment of respiratory muscles endurance in Saudi diabetic patients.  Saudi Med J 2006; 27(2).
  10. Meo SA, Al-Drees A.  Lung function among non-smoking wheat flour mill worker.  IJOMEH 2005; 18(3).
  11. Meo SA, Al-Drees A, Zadi SZA, Al-Damgh S, Al-Tuwaijri AS.  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 F.  Dose response effect of cement dust on respiratory muscles competence in cement mill workers.  Int J Environ Health Res 2006; 16(6): 439-447.
  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. Meo SA, Al-Drees A.  Mobile phone related hazards and subjective hearing and vision symptoms in the Saudi population.  Int J Occup Med Environ Health 2005; 18: 53-57.
  15. Meo SA, Al-Drees A, Ahmed J, Shah, SFA, Al-Regaiey K, Hussain A, Al-Rubean K.  Effects of duration of disease on a ventilatory function in an ethnic group of diabetic patients.  Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2007; 1(5): 711-717.
  16. Meo SA, Azeem MA, Al-Drees A, Meo IM, Al-Saadi M.  Lung function in subjects exposed to crude oil spill in sea water.  Marine Pollution Bulletin 2008; 56: 88-94.
  17. Ahmed TS, Al-Drees A, Meo SA, Farooqui GA, Al-Nasser MN.  The electroencephalogram findings in Saudi children with delayed language development.  Pak J Med Sci 2008; 24: 61-64.

 

 

 
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