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CURRICULUM VITAE

 PERSONAL DETAILS:

Name                         :           ABDULLAH M.A. ABO BAKR

Date of Birth                :           August 15, 1955

Place of Birth                :           Dawadmi, Saudi Arabia

Address                      :           P. O. Box 1400

                                                Riyadh 11322

Email                            :           abakr20@yahoo.com

 

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:

1979                               MBBS Degree

Riyadh University Medical College

1 Sept – 31 Aug 1980        Internship Training

                                      Riyadh University Hospital

                                    Surgery             -           3 months

                                    Medicine           -           3 months

                                    Opthalmology    -           3 months          

                                    Paediatrics        -           3 months

1 Sept – 31 Dec 1981      Paediatric Resident

                                    Riyadh Children’s Hospital, University Section, 
                                    Riyadh

1 Jan 1982 – 31 June 1982         General Practitioner

                                             Primary Care Clinic, King Khalid University 
                                              Hospital, 
Riyadh

1 Jul 1982 – 30 June 1983         Paediatric Resident
                                           King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh

1 Jul 1983 – 30 June 1987       Paediatric Resident I – IV
                                         University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton,
                                         Alberta, Canada

June 1987                        Paediatric Fellowship Certificate from the Royall College of Physicians and Surgeons of
Canada, FRCP (C)

1 Jul 1987 – 30 June 1988     Clinical Fellow
McGill UniversityDivision of Endocrinology & Metabolism Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

1 Jul 1988 – 30 Jun 1989      Research Fellow       

                                     University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism   Harbor – UCLA - Los Angeles, California, USA

                                     Master’s Degree Program in Medical Education
University of Southern California
School of Medicine (USC), USA

June 1989                          MsEducation – Master in Education
Specialty:  Medical Education

12 September 1989             Endocrinology Fellowship Certificate of the
Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada

1989                               Assistant Professor of Paediatrics & Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist
King Khalid University Hospital
Faculty of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh

 

Sept 1992 – Mar 1993          Research on Islet Cell Transplantation
                                      Toronto University, School of Medicine, Toronto,
                                      Ontario

1994                           Associate Professor of Pediatrics
                                  Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Endocrinologist
                                  Department of Pediatrics,
                                  King Khalid University Hospital & King Saud
                                   University, Riyadh

1 Ramadan 1415           Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric 
                                  Endocrinologist
                                  King Fahad National Guard Hospital (Seconded),
                                  Riyadh

March 1996                  Chairman, Pediatric Research Committee
                                  King Fahad National Guard Hospital, Riyadh

8 Rajab 1419                Department of Pediatrics
                                         King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh
                                  (Back from Secondment)

24 Jumada II 1420       Chairman
                                Undergraduate Training Program Committee
                                Department of Pediatrics
                                King Khalid University Hospital & King Saud University,
                               Riyadh

11 Ramadan 1420 -      Director of Medical Education Centre
11 Ramadan 1422        Faculty of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh

01 October 2004-present   Interns’ Coordinator
                                    Department of Pediatrics
                                    King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh

01 October 2004-present      Head, Endocrine & Diabetes Unit
                                      Department of Pediatrics
                                      King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh

PUBLICATIONS:

 

1)          J Lakshmanan, AM Abobakr, UJ Lewis et al. 53K dalton nerve growth factor (53K NGF) is a secretory protein.  FASEB Annual Meeting, 1989.

2)          J Lakshmanan, AM Abobakr, D A. Fisher.  53K dalton but not 13K Dalton NGF is present in the submaxillary gland (SMG) of immature and young adult mice.  APS/SPR Annual Meeting, 1989.

3)          J Lakshmanan, R Lam, AM Abobakr, EC Salido, DA Fisher.  Identification of high molecular weight epidermal growth factors in mouse submaxillary glands.  The Endocrine Society Annual meeting, 1989.

4)          Abobakr AM.  What makes OSCE a good adjunct to the conventional methods of assessing clinical incompetence.  Annals of Saudi Medicine, 1991;11(1):87-89.

5)          Abobakr AM, Al Shaalan M, Al Jurayyan NAM, Al Herbish AS.  Maturity onset diabetes of the young in a Saudi child:  case report and review of literature.  Annals of Saudi Medicine, 1991;11(6):701-703.

6)          Al Fawaz I, Al Herbish AS, Al Jurayyan N, Abobakr AM.  Thiaminedependent anemia in DIDMOAD (Wolfram) syndrome:  further studies and report of two additional cases.  Annals of Saudi Medicine, 1992;2(3):309-12.

7)          Al Jurayyan NAM, Al Mazyad A, Al Nasser M, Al Eissa Y, Abobakr AM et al.  Childhood bacterial meningitis in Al Baha Province, Saudi Arabia.  Journal of tropical Hygiene 1992; 95:180-185.

8)          Al Herbish AS, Al Ghufaily M, Patel PJ, Abobakr AM, Al Jurayyan Nam.  Familusi J.  Elevated growth hormone and cortisol levels in a short child with empty sella syndrome:  A case report with a review of literature.  Pakistani Paediatric Journal, 1992;16(3):167-174.

9)          Abobakr AM.  Al Mazyad A, Al Hussain M, Al Sudairy R, Krimli M, Patel PJ.  Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis screening of school girls.  Annals of Saudi Medicine 1993;12(6):555-557.

10)       Al Herbish AS, Al Jarallah A, Al Jurayyan NAM, Abobakr AM, Al Rasheed S, Mahdi A.  Growth hormone in IGF 1 profile in short children with osteopetrosis.  Clinical and Investigative Medicine 1993;21:549-550.

11)       Abobakr AM.  Isolated renal magnesium loss:  A case report and literature review.  Medical Science Research 1994;22:79-80.

12)       Abobakr AM.  Free and microencapsulated adrenal cortisol cells produce similar cortisol response when stimulated by ACTH: an in vitro study.  Journal of Artificial Organs 1994;17(3):171-174.

13)        Abobakr AM, Al Mutair AN.  (eds)  Manual of paediatric endocrinology.  Emergency management and dynamic testing.  National Guard Printing Press 2000.

14)       Abobakr AM.   Dyslipoproteinemias in the pediatric age group in El Zouki AY et al Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics Lippincolt Williams & Wilkins 2001;143-148.

15)       Abobakr AM.  Introduction to hormones in El Zouki AY et al Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics Lippincolt Williams & Wilkins 2001;1255–1258.

16)       Najjar SS, Abobakr AM.  The thyroid in El Zouki AY et al Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics Lippincolt Williams & Wilkins 2001; 1285-1297.

17)       Najjar SS, Abobakr AM.  Puberty and its disorder in El Zouki AY et al Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics Lippincolt Williams & Wilkins 2001; 1322-1331.

18)       Abobakr AM.  Validity and reliability of parent and teacher rating scales in Arabic to detect ADHD.  In  preparation.

19)       Abobakr AM. The prevalence of learning disabilities in school children in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  In preparation.

20)       Abobakr AM, Jassas N.  Triple A Syndrome:  case report and literature review.  In progress.

21)       Abobakr AM, Rabiaah A, Jassas N.  Prevalence of type I diabetes in school children in the city of Riyadh.  In progress.

 

 
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