Personal Record

 

Full name: Ebtesam Mohammed Salah Al- Olayan

Nationality: Saudi

Contact Details:         

E-Mail: eolayan@hotmail. Com

  Tel, work:009661467296

Women Student Medical Studies & Sciences Sections

King Saud University

P.O. Box 22452, Riyadh 11495      

 

Qualifications

 

.1- The degree of Doctor of Philosophy from University of Keele on the 25th of   September, 2002 (1422H), specialized Parasitology .

2- Academic: Bachelor Degree of Applied Medical Sciences ,

    The field: Clinical Laboratory Sciences 1992/1993 (1413)

 

Current Employment

 

1-Assistant of Doctor at Zoology department Collage of Sciences King Saud   University 2004 (1425H) 

2- Assistant Head of Zoology department Collage of Sciences King Saud University   2005 (1426)

 

 

Association Memberships

 

-        British Society for Parasitology, Society for Experimental Biology, 1999-

-        International Council for Control of  Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD)

2007

– King Saud University Scientific Oasis (KASAB) 2007

      – Member of the team unit of Nanotechnology in King Saud University 2007

        Saudi Biological Society 2007

 

 

                    – Liaison Officer with Arab Science & Technology Foundation (ASTF), 2007

      (Arab Women Associaciation for Research and Development)(Sharjah)

 

Recent Journal Articles   

 

·         Al-Olayan, E., Hurd, H., & Arrighi, R. (2000). In vitro culture of the mosquito stages of plasmodium berghei: a tool for investigating interactions between parasite and vector. Biochemical Society Transactions, 28 (5), A475.

 

·         Al-Olayan, E. M., Beetsma, A. L., Butcher, G. A., Sinden, R. E., & Hurd, H. (2002). Complete development of mosquito phases of the malaria parasite in vitro. Science, 295, 677-679.

 

·         Al-Olayan, E., Williams, G. T., & Hurd, H. (2002). Apoptosis in the malaria protozoan, Plasmodium berghei: a possible mechanism for limiting intensity of infection in the mosquito. International Journal of Parasitology, 32, 1133-1143.

 

·         Hurd, H., Al-Olayan, E., & Butcher, G. (2003). In vitro methods for culturing vertebrate and mosquito stages of Plasmodium. Microbes and Infection, 5, 321-327.

 

 

 Conference Communications  

 

·         The eleventh Malaria Meeting, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Infection and Immunity. In vitro development of oocysts of the rodent malaria, Plasmodium berghei. 20-22 September 1999.

 

·         International Congress of Biochemical and Molecular Biology, Parasitology Satellite Meeting; University of Manchester, 13-15 July 2000. In vitro culture of the mosquito stages of plasmodium berghei: a tool for investigating interactions between parasite and vector.

 

·         British Society of Parasitology, Spring Meeting, Keele University, 17-21 April 2001.

·         Apoptosis in Ookinetes of Plasmodium berghei in vitro and in vivo.

 

·         3rd International Congress of Vector Ecology, Barcelona. Spain, 16-21 September 2001. Axenic Development of the mosquitoes midgut stages of Plasmodium berghei: ookinetes to sporozoites.

 

·         XI International Congress of Parasitology, 6-11 August 2006 SECC Glasgow Scotland: Investigation into the role of nitric oxide as an external signal to initiate apoptosis.

 

·         The 4th conference on Scientific Research Outlook & Technology Development in the Arab World, Dec. 11-14,2006-Umayyad Palace, Damascus Syrian Arab Republic

 

·         International Conference on Women Leaders in Science, Technology and Engineering. 8-10 January 2007, Arab Organization Headquarters, Kuwait: Stimulating the Role of Arab Women Specialized in S&t for the Development and Progress of the Arab Countries

 

·         3rd Saudi Science Conference ( New Horizons in Science and their Application) 10-13 March 2007 collage of Science-King Saud University, Riyadh: Sero-epidemiological Studies of Toxoplasmosis in Chicken Slaughghtered in Riyadh Region.

 

·         3rd Saudi Science Conference ( New Horizons in Science and their Application) 10-13 March 2007 collage of Science-King Saud University, Riyadh

The Role of Nitric Oxide as a Signal that Induces Apoptosis in Plasmodium bergheii

 

·         Diplomatic Arab Women’n Forum in  Radisson SAS Vienna from 19-21 March 2007