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Personal  Details 

Name               :  MUBARAK  FAHHAD  MUBARAK  AL-FARAN

Current Position : Dean, College of Medicine &

                         Supervisor, University Hospitals

Place  of  Birth  :  Al Sulayel,  Riyadh Region

  (Central Province)   Saudi Arabia

Nationality        : Saudi

Marital  Status  : Married

Home  Address : P.O. Box 87054,          

                        Riyadh  11642,  Saudi  Arabia

 Telephones: 

 966-1- 4671831    Office

 966-1-456 5153       Clinic

 966-1-2296114    Home 

Email         malfaran@ksu.edu.sa

KAUH            
  Qualifications

 

1.           M.D.  College of Medicine, King Saud University (formerly Riyadh University) ,   June  1980.

  

2.     F.R.C.S. in Ophthalmology,  Royal College of Surgeons,  Edinburgh, U.K.,  April  1986.

 

3.     F.K.S.U. in Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh,   September  1989.

 

4.     F.A.C.S.  American College of Surgeons,  Chicago,  Illinois, USA,  July 1995.

  

Professional Subspecialty Certificates:

 1.                 Subspecialty  Training Fellowship in Cornea from College of Medicine, King Saud University and King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital, September 1989, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 2.                 Certificate to perform  “Epikerato-phakia”.  Eye Center, Louisiana  State University,  Louisiana,  U.S.A.  1990.

 3.                 Certificate to perform Radial Keratotomy  (R.K.),  S.O.S.,  1991.

 4.                 Training certificate to treat Myopia with Excimer Laser from Montreux,  Switzerland in September 1993.

  

Certificates  of  Appreciation

 

1.     Saudi Ophthalmological Society Certificate for the efforts to upgrade  Ophthalmic Services in Saudi Arabia,  1991.

 2.     Best Research Award and Certificate in Ophthalmology (Three Times ) for 1991,1993,and 2005, from Saudi Ophthalmological Society, .

 3.     Saudi Ophthalmological  Society  Sheild of Appreciation for the   efforts in developing Medical Ophthalmic Education and Residency Training in Saudi Arabia

 

Professional  Memberships

 

1.       Member,  Saudi Ophthalmological Society  (S.O.S),  1986   till  present.

 2.       Member,  American Academy of Ophthalmology  (A.A.O), 1990 till present.

 3.       Member,  Pan Arab African Council of Ophthalmology (P.A. A C.O.), 1991 till present.

 4.       Member,  American College of Physician Executives (A.C.P.E.), 1992 till present.

  Scientific  Medical  Journals:

1.    Editorial Board Member of Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology from January 1988 till present.

2.    Editorial Board Member of Annuals of Saudi Medicine from January 1998 –January 2002.

 

 

Academic  &  Professional  Positions  Held

 

1.                     Professor of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine, King Saud University,  Riyadh  since  May 1995.

 2.                  Associate Professor in Ophthalmology,  Department of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine,  King Saud University,  Riyadh, from  17 June 1990  till  May 1995.

 3.                 Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist,  King Khalid  & King Abdulaziz University Hospitals ,  from 1 October 1988  till present.

 4.                 Senior Academic Consultant, King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital,(1999—2001)

 5.                 Part-time Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist, Security Forces Hospital (S.F.H.), Riyadh,  from January 1993 till  Present.

 6.                 Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology, Department of ophthalmology, College of Medicine,  King Saud  University, Riyadh from 19 April 1986 till 17 June 1990.

 7.                 Senior Registrar in Ophthalmology, King Saud University Hospitals and King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital, Riyadh,  from 19 April 1986 till 17 June 1990.

8.                 Registrar in Ophthalmology, King Khalid and King Abdulaziz University Hospitals, and King Khalid Eye Specialists Hospital, Riyadh  from August 1, 1985 till April 19, 1986.

9.                 Registrar in Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion in Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K..  from 30 July 1984 till 30 July 1985.

 10.            Registrar in Ophthalmology,  King Khalid and King  Abdulaziz University Hospitals,  Riyadh,  from 1 June 1983 till 30 July 1984..

 11.            Resident in Ophthalmology,  King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Riyadh,  from 19 July 1981 till 31 May 1983.

 12.            Intern Physician from 5 July 1980 till 5 July 1981 in King Saud University Hospitals and other affiliated hospitals in Riyadh.

A.      General  Surgery  -        3 months

B.      General  Medicine -        3 months

C.      E.N.T                             -        3 months

D.      Pediatric               -        3 months

 

Administrative  Positions  Held

 

 1.                 Dean, College of Medicine & Supervisor, University Hospitals, King Saud University, Riyadh from April 2011 till Present.

 

2.                 Vice-Dean (Academic Affairs),  College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh from June 1993 till June 1999 ,and Acting Dean and Supervisor of King Saud University Hospitals in different times during this period.

3.                 Part-time Senior Consultant (Deputy Project Director), Security Forces Hospital (S.F.H.), Riyadh,  from January 1993 till  June 1998.

4.                 Founder and  Director of Health Affairs,  Bisha region, Bisha, from its establishment on January 1992 till January 1993.

5.                 Supervisor General, Prince Abdullah Hospital, Bisha, from its opening  on April 1991 till January 1993.

6.                 Founder and  Chairman, General Medical Committee,  Bisha, from its establishment on September 1991 till January 1993.

7.                 Supervisor of Anatomy Department of College of Medicine, King Saud University from January 1997 till present.

8.                 Supervisor of Interns training of College of Medicine, King Saud University, this includes the Upgrading  of Job Description and Evaluation  form of the Interns from January 1997 till present.

 

Professional  Administrative  Positions

 

   1.    Chairman of Arab Board of Ophthalmology from 

         Nov,2006.till Dec,2010.

 

 

2.    Deputy Chairman of Arab Board of Ophthalmology from October 2002 till Nov,2006.

 

3.    Chairman and the Founder of Saudi Board of Ophthalmology from its establishment on October 1995 till January 2002

 

4.    Chairman of the Central Training Committee of Ophthalmology in the Saudi Council for Health Specialties since its formation in October 1996 till January 2002.

 

5.    Board member of Arab Board of Ophthalmology from November 1998 till present.

 

6.     Deputy President, Saudi Ophthalmological Society, from December 1993  till June 2005.

 

7.     Board Member, Saudi Ophthalmological Society,  from  its establishment  on 1986 till june 2005.

 

8.     Director  of  Continuing  Medical   Education,  Saudi Ophthalmological Society, from 1987 till December 1991, and from December 1993 till December 1995.

 

9.     Board Member,  Pan Arab Council of Ophthalmology, from 1991 till  1997.

 

10.                        Board Member,  Pan Arab African Council of Ophthalmology, from its establishment in 1997 till present.

 

11.                        The Founder and Chairman Department of Ophthalmology, Prince Abdullah Hospital in Bisha, Saudi Arabia from January 1991 till January 1993.

 

12.                        Chairman of Ophthalmic Upgrading Committee,  Ministry of Health,  Riyadh ,  from 1986 till 1989.

  

Other  Activities

1.     Chairman of Medical Committee in King Saud University from April, 2011 till Present.

2.                Co-Chairman Administrative Committee for Ophthalmology ’99 (The 16th  Annual Symposium of King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital and the 13th Annual Scientific meeting of Saudi Ophthalmological Society)  4-7 April 1999, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 3.                 Co-Chairman of Primary Congenital Glaucoma Update Seminar which was held in College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia on 11 June 1998.

 4.                 Co-Instructor of  (Converting to Phacoemulsification Course)   which was held  (Ophthalmology  95) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on November 27 to December 1, 1995.

 5.                 Organizing a one-day Seminar on “Common Ocular Disorders:  Diagnosis and Management.”   This Seminar includes the didactic lectures and  Practical session to train primary health care physicians how to examine ocular structures.  This was held in  Dammam  (20 April 1994).

 6.                 Establishment of an Outstanding Eye Department at Prince Abdullah Hospital at Bisha which is a referral center for whole Bisha region and surrounding areas, 1991 and 1992.

 7.                 Establishing and chairing the General Medical Committee (G.M.C.) in Bisha area.  This G.M.C. serves patients in Bisha and the other nearby regions, 1992.

 8.                 Starting and supervising the opening of Prince Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Hospital (350 beds) till it became a well-known referral hospital providing a high standard of health care for Bisha area and the surrounding areas, 1991.

 9.                 Chairman, Scientific Committee for four International Ophthalmological  meetings:

a.       Ophthalmology  88  in  Riyadh

b.       Ophthalmology  89  in  Jeddah

c.       Ophthalmology  91  in  Riyadh

d.       Ophthalmology  94  in  Riyadh

 

Sponsored by Saudi Ophthalmological  Society and each was attended by more than 300 physicians.

9.                 Organization of Eye care System at Al-Baha area and establishment of a referral system between primary health care centers and Ophthalmology departments at different hospitals in the area,  1989.

 10.           Organizer of Seminars  Common Eye Disorders:  Diagnosis and Management   for the General Practitioners at different areas of Saudi Arabia:  Qassim, Hail,  Hafr Al-Batin,  Baha,  Abha,  Riyadh,  Medina,  Dammam,  Najran, Tabuk  and  Bisha.

 11.            Supervisor, Student Cultural Activities, College of medicine,  King Saud University,  Riyadh  1989.

 12.            Supervisor, Student Social Activities at College of  Medicine,  King Saud University,  Riyadh,  for two years,  1987 and 1988.

Publications

1.                 Al-Faran MF,  Tabbara KF.  The Trachoma  Control  Campaign.   Saudi   Bulletin of Ophthalmology 
 1987;2(1): 13.

 2.                 Al-Faran MF.  Corneal dystrophy in Saudi Arabia  (Abstract)  Saudi Bulletin of Ophthalmology 1988; 3(2): 97.

3.                 Al-Faran MF.  Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis in Gizan. (Abstract)  Saudi Bulletin of Ophthalmology 1989; 4(2): 114.

 4.                 Al-Faran MF,  Tabbara KF,  AlKassimi HM, et al.  Acute Haemorragic Conjunctivitis:  An entrovirus Type 70 Outbreak in Gizan, Saudi Arabia.     Ann Saudi Med 1989; (10): 549-52.

 5.                 Al-Faran MF.  Visual Outcome and Complications after Cataract Extraction in Saudi Arabia.  Br. J. Ophthalmol 1990; 75(3): 141-3.

6.                 Al-Faran MF.  Brucella Melitensis Endogenous Endophthalmitis.  Ophthalmologica 1990; 201: 19-22.

 7.                 Al-Faran MF,  Tomey KF and Al-Mutlaq FA.  Cyclocryotherapy in Selected Cases of Congenital Glaucoma.  Ophthalmic Surgery 1990; 21(11): 794-98.

 8.                 Al-Faran MF and Al-Omar OM.  Retrobulbar Alcohol Injection in Blind Painful Eyes.   Ann  Ophthalmol  1990;  22: 460-62.

 9.                 Al-Faran MF  and Tabbara K‎F.  Corneal dystraphies among patients undergoing Keratoplasty in Saudi Arabia.  Cornea  1991; 10(1): 13-16.

 10.            Al-Faran MF,  Gammon  JA and Al-Mutlaq FA.  Congenital Glaucoma in Saudi Arabia. Saudi J of Ophthalmol 1991;5(2): 76-9.

 11.            Al-Faran MF and Gammon JA.  Avulsion of Superior Rectus Muscle During Retinal Detachment Surgery.    Saudi J of Ophthalmol 1991;5(3): 153-5.

 12.            Al-Faran MF.  Epidemic Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitis in Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.  Saudi Med J 1991;12(1): 22-24.

 13.            Al-Faran MF.  Ocular Status of School Children in the Adhafeer Area of the Al Baha Region.  Saudi Med J  1992;13(1): 18-20.

14.            14.                Tomey KF, Al-Faran MF .  Aqueous misdirection glaucoma.  Surgical versus medical treatment.  Ophthalmic surgery  1992;23:790-4.

 

 

15.          15.                 Al-Faran MF.  Prevalence of Ocular Disorders Among School boys in five villages in Al-Baha region.  Ann Saudi Med 1992;12(1):3-7.

16.            Al-Faran MF, Al-Rajhi AA, Al Omar OM, Al Ghamdi SA and Jabak M.  Prevalence and causes of visual impairment and blindness in the South Western region of Saudi Arabia.  International Ophthalmol 1993; 7:161-5.

 17.            Al-Faran MF, Ibechukwu BI.  Causes of low vision and blindness in South Western  Saudi Arabia.  A hospital-based study.  International Ophthalmol, 1993; 17:243-7.

 18.            Al-Faran MF, Ibechukwu BI.  Common Ocular Disorders in the Bisha region of Saudi Arabia.  Saudi J. Ophthalmol, 1993; 7(2): 51-56.

 19.            Al-Ghadyan AA,  Al-Faran MF.  Biometric Implications of Scleral Buckling: An Experimental Study.  Saudi J Ophthalmol 1993; Vol.7(3): 116-18.

 20.            Al-Rajhi AA, Hidayat A, Nasr A, Al-Faran MF.  The histopathology and the Mechanism of Entropion in Patients with Trachoma.  Ophthalmology 1993; 100: 1293-96.

 21.            Al-Faran MF.  Corneal and Corneoscleral Laceration (Abstract).  Saudi J of Ophthalmol 1994; 8(4):222.

 22.            Assaf  A, Al-Faran MF.  Compliance of monocular aphakic children with prescribed optical correction.  J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus.  1994; 22: 1115-19.

 23.            Al-Faran MF, Al-Haddad OM, Zahran HM, Al-Omar OM.  Common Ocular Disorders and Causes of Visual Impairment:  Experience at a Private Eye Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  Saudi Med J 1994; 15(5):364-67.

24.            Al-Faran MF.  The pattern of ocular injuries among patients sustaining road traffic accidents in Bisha region,  Saudi Arabia.      Saudi Med  J    1995;16(1):126-8.

25.            Al-Faran MF.  Low Prevalence of Trachoma in the South Western Part of Saudi Arabia,  Result of a Population Based Study.  International Ophthalmol   1995;18:379-82.

 26.            Ibechukwu BI, Al-Faran MF.  Length  of hospital stay of  patients admitted for cataract surgery in Bisha,  Saudi Arabia:  comparison of diabetic and non-diabetic patients.  Saudi J of Ophthalmol 1995;9(3): 104-8.

 27.            Ibechukwu BI,  Ikerionwu SE,  Al-Faran MF.  Intra Ocular Implantation dermoid Cyst of the Iris.  Case Report.  East Afr. Med. J. (Kenya)  1996; 73(3): 210-11.

 28.            Gupta V, Twairqi WS, Al-Faran MFRadial Keratotomy: Security Forces Hospital experience.  (submitted for publication).

 29.            Al-Faran MF.  Visual outcome and complications after cataract extraction:  comparison of immature and mature cataracts.  (submitted for publications).

Scientific  Seminars,  Symposia  and  Conferences

 

1.                 The 7th International Meeting  of Ophthalmic Surgeons Association in collaboration with the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society and the American Eye Bank Association, 25-29 February 1984,  Cairo,  Egypt.

 2.                 Diagonis and Management of Vitreo/Retinal Disease, 4-5 November 1985, King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 3.                 The 3rd Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital and Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine,  King Saud University, 27-30 January  1986, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 4.                 Diseases of Cornea and Recent Advances in Kerato-refractive Surgery organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital and Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine,  King Saud University, 12-13 October 1986, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

 5.                 The 4th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital in collaboration with the Department of Ophthalmology, King Saud University, 26-29 January 1987, Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

 6.                Neuro-Ophthalmology and Orbital Diseases, 5-6 October 1987,  King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 7.                 American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting, 8-12 November 1987, Dallas, Texas,  U.S.A.

 8.                 The 5th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital and Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine,  King Saud University, January 1988, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

 9.                 The 9th Afro-Asian Congress of Ophthalmology, 22-26 February 1988, Cairo, Egypt.

 10.         Ophthalmology  88, organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society (S.O.S),  29 February  -  3  March 1988,  Riyadh,   Saudi Arabia.

 11.            Surgery in Children in Arabian Peninsula organized by Riyadh Military Hospital, 24-25 April 1988, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 12.            The 6th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital in collaboration with the Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 14-16 February 1989, Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

 13.           Ophthalmology 89 organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society  28-31 March 1989, Jeddah,  Saudi Arabia.

 14.            The 7th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital in collaboration with the Department of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine, King Saud University, 15-18 January 1990, Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

 15.            The 1st International Congress of the Pan Arab Council of ophthalmology in collaboration with Ophthalmology 90 of the Saudi Ophthalmological Society and the Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society.

16.            The XXIV International Congress of Ophthalmology, 18-24 March 1990, held in Singapore.

 17.            Seminars on Common Eye Diseases:  Diagnosis and Management organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society for Primary Health Care Physicians at Qassim, Hafr Al Baten, Baha, Riyadh, Abha, Hail, Dammam, Medina, Tabuk, Najran, Bisha, El-Jouf, and Eastern province.  

  Title  of Presentation:   Different topics in Ophthalmology including Red Eye, Basic Eye Examination, Diseases of Retina and Eye in Systemic Diseases.

 18.           Amblyopia organized by the Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 14 March 1991, Riyadh  Saudi Arabia.

 19.            The Cornea in Health and Disease, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  29-30 September  1991, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

20.            The 95th Annual American Academy of Ophthalmology, 13-17 October 1991, meeting held in Anaheim, California, U.S.A.

 

21.            The 8th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital in collaboration with the Department of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine, King Saud University, 18-20 November 1991, Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

 

22.            Ophthalmology 91 organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society 11-13 December 1991, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 

23.            Blindness Eradication Program in poor Islamic Countries.  Eye Camps, February  1-8, 1992, held in Cox-Bazaar, Bangladesh.

 

24.           Eyelid and Ocular Tumors, organized by the Department of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine, King Saud University, 11-12 March 1992,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 25.            Road Traffic Accidents, 29-30 April 1992, held in Prince Abdullah Hospital,  Bisha,  Saudi Arabia.

 26.            The 96th Annual American Academy of Ophthalmology, November 8-12,  1992, held in Dallas, Texas,  U.S.A.

 27.           Diseases of Retina, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 1-3 December 1992   Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 28.         Management of Ocular Infections: An Update, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  25 February,  1993, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 29.            The 10th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Neuro-Ophthalmology and Orbit.  12-14 April 1993,  organized by King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital and Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 30.            The 2nd International  Congress of the Pan Arab Council of Ophthalmology and the 25th Anniversary of the Syrian Ophthalmological Society, 11-14 May 1993, Damascus,  Syria.

 31.         Ocular Allergy, organized by the Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 10 June 1993, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 32.            The 3rd Annual Congress of the Summit International Laser User Group.  September 17-19 1993, held in Montreux, Switzerland.

 33.            International Congress of  Glaucoma, 23-26 September 1993, held in Athens,  Greece.

 34.            Advances in Genetic Diseases of the Eye, organized by the Department of Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine,  King Saud University, 4 November 1993, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 35.            The 97th Annual Meeting:  American Academy of ophthalmology, 14-18 November 1993, held in Chicago, U.S.A.

 36.           Ophthalmology 93, organized by Saudi Ophthalmological  Society, 30 November - 2  December 1993,  Jeddah,  Saudi Arabia.

 37.            Common Ocular Disease, Diagnosis and Management, organized by King Fahd Hospital at Al-Baha,  23 December 1993,  Al-Baha, Saudi Arabia.

 38.            Health Administration for Physician Executives, held by Security Forces Hospital, 5-8 February 1994, Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 39.          Primary Repair of Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment, organized by the Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 23-24 February 1994, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 40.            The 11th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid ‎Eye  Specialist Hospital and Department of Ophthalmology, College of   Medicine, King Saud University,  11-13 April 1994,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 41.            The 6th Pan African Congress of Ophthalmology.  Hosted by the Tunisian Ophthalmological Society, 7-10 April 1994,  Tunis,  Tunisia.

 42.            Dry Eye Syndrome:   Diagnosis and Management, organized by the Department of  Ophthalmology,  College of Medicine,  King Saud University 2 June 1994,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 43.         Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, October 30 - November 3, 1994,  San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

 44.            Ophthalmology 94,  organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society, November 27  

 -  D  December 1, 1994,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 45.            The 12th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialists Hospital and King Saud University, 27-30 March 1995, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 46.            The 3rd International Congress of the Pan Arab Council of Ophthalmology and the Annual Meeting of Morocco Ophthalmological Society, 10-14 April 1995 Morocco.

 47.            Low-Tension Glaucoma, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  27 April 1995,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 48.            Ophthalmology 95,  organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society, November 27   -  December 1, 1995,  King Fahad Coastal City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

 49.            The 13th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialists Hospital and King Saud University, 11-13 March 1996, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 50.            Ocular Trauma, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  26 September  1996, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 51.            American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting, 27-31 October 1996,  Chicago, Illinois,  U.S.A.

52.            Ophthalmology 96,  organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society, 26 - 28  November, 1996,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 

53.            The 14th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialists Hospital and King Saud University, 10-12  March 1997, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 54.            The 4th International Congress of the Pan Arab Council of Ophthalmology and the Annual Meeting of Jordan Ophthalmological  Society, 5-8  May 1997 held in Amman, Jordan.

 55.            Diagnosis and Management of Endophthalmitis, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  19 June 1997,   Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 56.            American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting, 26-30 October 1997,  Sanfrancisco,  California,  U.S.A.

 57.            Ophthalmology 98,  organized by Saudi Ophthalmological Society, 14 - 16  March, 1998,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 58.            The 15th Annual Symposium in New Developments in Ophthalmology, organized by King Khalid Eye Specialists Hospital and King Saud University,  16-18 March 1998, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 59.            Primary Congenital Glaucoma Update, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University,  11 June 1998,  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 60.            Ophthalmology  99,  (The 16th Annual Symposium of King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital  and  the  13th Annual Scientific meeting of Saudi Ophthalmological Society)  4 - 7 April 1999,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 61.            Symposium on Infectious Uveitis, organized by Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine, King Saud University, 31 May 1999,   Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

 62.            Ophthalmology  2001,  (The 17th Annual Symposium of King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital  and  the  14th Annual Scientific meeting of Saudi Ophthalmological Society)  2001,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arabia.

 63.            Ophthalmology  2002,  (The 18th Annual Symposium of King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital  and  the  15th Annual Scientific meeting of Saudi Ophthalmological Society)   2002,  Riyadh,  Saudi Arab

 64.            The International  XIIIth Congress of the Pan Arab Council of Ophthalmology and the XIIth UAE Ophthalmic Conference,Dubai,UAE April 7—10, 2005.

 65.            Uveitis Course & Symposium ,Department of Ophthalmology, College of Medicine,King Saud University and King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital December 5,6  2005. ,Riyadh,Saudi Arabia 

 
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