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Undergraduate:
I'm involved in teaching undergraduate students of medical college, dental college, pharmacy college and the allied science. I'm teaching cardiovascular, renal and endocrine physiology. I'm also teaching neurophysiology to the second year medical students shared by other colleagues. I'm the course director for the pharmacy student's course (PCOL-283).Tthe students are encouraged to prepare presentations and case studies in different branches. Evaluation depends on quizzes, continuous assessment exams, assignments and presentations. The questions are all MCQS.


Postgraduate:
a.   Teaching:
I'm sharing in teaching the post-graduate courses for Master in Physiology (Experimental physiology, (2+1), Nursing (Applied Physiology, (3+0)) and Dental and PhD in Physiology (3+3).  For the PhD in physiology, I'm teaching two courses :(Collection and analysis of data (2+0), and Laboratory research methods (1+1). 

b.   Supervision of  THESES:

MASTER DEGREE:

  1. Plasma endothelin-1 level in acute bronchial asthma: collaboration with severity. 1999.
  2. Plasma endothelin-1 in acute post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis. 1999 

PhD:

  1. Adrenomedullin – nitric oxide interactions in normal and chronic renal failure rats. Submitted 2002.
  2. Relationship between peritoneal dialysis solutions and peritoneal sclerosis: clinical and experimental study. 2004.

    I Have been selected for three times as a Member of Discussion committee of PhD thesis at Physiology department, Medical College, King Saud University: The thesis titles were:
  3. Role of Adipocytokines in Insulin resistance in Type II diabetes Mellitus.
  4. Mechanisms of cardiomyocytes protection against contractile dysfunction following hemorrhagic shock and the involvement of Neutrophils in the pathogenesis of myocardial Post-resuscitation injury.
  5. Role of COX inhibitors and NFKb and  myocardial protection.


LABORATORY EXPERIENCE:

  1. Hormonal assays using ELISA.
  2. Gel electrophoresis/zymography
  3. Western blot
  4. Immunohistochemistry.

LABORATORY EXPERIENCE:ANIMAL WORK EXPERIENCE:

  1. Rabbit model of Chronic limb ischemia (To investigate new interventions  stimulating Angiogenesis. Utilizing Nano-technology, we used novel thyroid analogs which proved to stimulate angiogenesis).
  2. Animal models: Surgical procedures, unilateral nephrectomy (model of compensatory growth) subtotal nephrectomy (model of chronic renal failure), ischemia/ reperfusion injury model. Diabetic nephropathy model (rats).
  3. Gastric ischemia reperfusion model

 

 
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