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Dr. Muhammad Mujahid Khan

 

Personal

Born          :  4th December 1965, Hyderabad, Pakistan

Address    : Department of Anatomy

College of Medicine, King Saud University

PO Box 2925 (28)

Riyadh-11461, Saudi Arabia

Home Ph   : +966-1-4682256

Office Ph   : +966-1-4671486

Cell Ph      : +966-509527163

E-mail: dralkhan@hotmail.com

Citizenship:  Pakistan

 

Career

 

Assistant Professor

Department of Anatomy

College of Medicine

King Saud University

PO Box 2925 (28)

Riyadh-11461, Saudi Arabia

April 2003 – To Date

 

My responsibilities are:

  1. To design curriculum of Embryology, Histology and Morphology for both graduate and postgraduate students.
  2. To teach Anatomy to medical as well as the students from faculty of Pharmacy and Allied medical sciences.
  3. To organize refresher courses for the doctors and consultants of maxillo facial unit.
  4. To prepare MCQ exams for Embryology and Morphology, and organize PBL sessions for these courses.

 

Assistant Professor

Department of Anatomy

Isra University

Hyderabad, Pakistan

May 2002 – April 2003

My responsibilities were:

  1. To design curriculum for graduate and undergraduate medical students.
  2. To organize PBL sessions, to set examination papers and to conduct oral examinations.
  3. To design research projects for master course leading to PhD.
  4. To conduct scientific seminars related to the subject of Anatomy and developmental Biology. 

 

Research Assistant

Department of Anatomy I

School of Medicine

Chiba University

Inohana 1-8-1 Chuo-ku

Chiba-260, Japan

1999

During this period I worked with different kinds of modern microscopes like, Fluorescence microscope with CCD camera, Confocal laser scanning microscope and electron microscope. I have learned different processes of polymerase chain reactions and also performed experiments to generate various chimeric cDNAs.

 

Teaching Assistant

Department of Anatomy I

School of Medicine

Chiba University

Inohana 1-8-1 Chuo-ku

Chiba-260, Japan

1998

 

My Duties Included:

1.      To handle and preserve the dead bodies.

2.      To perform procedures of anatomical dissection on cadavers.

3.      Embalm the dead bodies for long preservations.

4.      Teaching Gross Anatomy on cadavers and prosections.

 

Medical Officer

Basic Health Unit

Ministry of Health

Provincial Govt. of Sind

Pakistan
1993 – 1998

 

Resident

Liaquat Medical College Hospital

Hyderabad, Pakistan

1992 – 1993

 

 

Academic Qualifications

Ph D., Anatomy

School of Medicine

Chiba University

Chiba City, Japan

2002

 

MBBS

Liaquat Medical College

University of Sind

Hyderabad, Pakistan

1992

 

Scientific Presentations

 

Presentation on “Effective Lecturing”:  4th King Saud University Workshop on

                                  Medical Education, 13 – 15 March 2007

Poster Presentation: BAM 2000 at Padova University, Padova, Italy. June 2000

Poster Presentation: 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell

 Biology at Washington DC Dec. 1999    

Poster Presentation: 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell

Biology at San Francisco Dec. 1998    

 

Scientific Publications

 

1    :   Muhammad Mujahid Khan and Masatoshi Komiyama

                            The Second EF hand is Responsible for the Isoform-Specific

                            Sorting of Myosin Essential Light Chain.     

                            Cell Structure and Function. Vol. 26:243-251.2001.

 

2    :   Masatoshi Komiyama, Muhammad Mujahid Khan, Naoji Toyota

                            and Yutaka Shimada  

                            Fast Skeletal Muscle Isoforms Exhibit the Highest Incorporation

                            Level into Myofibrils and Stress Fibers Among Members of

                            Myosin Alkali Light Chain Isoform Family.  

                            Cell Structure and Function Vol. 25:141-148.2000.    

 

3     :    Masatoshi Komiyama, Muhammad Mujahid Khan and Yutaka

Shimada

Analysis of Subcellular Localization of Muscle Proteins by Using Epitope Tags and GFP.

Electron Microscopy Vol. 33, Supplement 2:173-176, 1998.

 

4     :     Masatoshi Komiyama, Muhammad Mujahid Khan and Yutaka

Shimada

The Intracellular Sorting of Myosin Essential Light Chain Isoproteins in Chicken Fibroblasts.

Proceedings of the Japan Academy  Vol. 73 Ser. B:219-222, 1997.

 

5      :      Zahid KaimKhani, Muhammad Zafar, Muhammad Mujahid Khan, Musaed Al-Fayez

Absence of Musculocutaneous Nerve and Distribution of Median Nerve to Muscles of the Anterior Compartment of Arm.

PMJ 2006 – V.II – No. 2

 

6      :       Muhammad Mujahid Khan

Assessment of Anatomy Curriculum for Future Clinicians at College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh.

Pakistan Journal of Medical Science Vol. 23, No. 4: 625-629 July 2007.

 

 7      :      Muhammad Mujahid Khan

                            Stem Cell Therapy: An Emerging Science.

Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal Vol.15, No. 3-4, Jul-Oct 2007.

 

8       :      Muhammad Mujahid Khan

                             Adverse Effects of Excessive Use of Mobile Phone.

                             International Journal of Occupational Medicine and

                             Environmental Health. 2008.

 

9       :      Hasem H. Darwish, Muhammad Mujahid Khan and Walid A. Zaher

Superficial Median Artery Arises from the Brachioradial Artery: A Rare Variation. European Journal of Anatomy. 2008.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

 

Peer Reviewer for Scientific Journals

Saudi Medical Journal since 2004

Journal of The Saudi Heart Association since 2005

Medical Education since 2006

Clinical Teacher since 2007

 
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