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Huda Saad Jaser Al-Baker Resume

 

 

Personal Informatuion

 

Name

:

Huda Saad Jaser Al-Baker

Date of Birth

:

24.1.1960

Nationality

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Saudi.

Residence

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Marital status

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Married.

Contacts

:

Res. 4682235- Mobile 0504200097

Address

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P.O.box 10219, Riyadh 11433. 

Current Job

:

lecturer, King saud University. Collage of Applied Medical Sciences (CAMS).

 

Scientific Degrees and Training courses

 

1985

:

Bachelor of Sciences in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, CAMS, KSU. Saudi Arabia 1984-1985g

1998

:

Master of sciences in clinical lab. Sciences, CAMS, KSU. Saudi Arabia.

Thesis title: study of factors influencing oxygen free radicals production by polymorph nuclear cells in diabetic patients.

 

Work Experience

 

1- King Saud UniversityRiyadh 1988 till date:

 

 

1998

 

:

 

a lecturer for chemistry and biochemistry in CLS department for CAMS, KSU since 1.8.1419H up to now , my duties & responsibilities :

a) As an instructor for the following courses:

  • Chemistry for nursing (101 CLS).
  • Clinical Analytical Chemistry (231 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry I (232 CLS).
  • Clinical instrumental analysis (332 CLS).
  • Clinical enzymology (431 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry II for CLS diploma (1203 cik).

 b) Demonstrating and teaching practical and laboratory skills and techniques for the following courses:

  •  Chemistry for nursing (101 CLS).
  • Clinical Analytical Chemistry (231 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry I (232 CLS).
  • Clinical instrumental analysis (332 CLS).
  • Clinical enzymology (431 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry II for CLS diploma (1203 cik).
  • Clinical biochemistry II (331CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry III (333CLS).

c) Other activities:

  • As an academic advisor for the undergraduates.
  • As a membership in the recruitment committee.
  • As a membership in the exam. Committee.

-          As a coordinator for the internship female students

 

1988

 

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a demonstrator at the department of clinical lab. Sciences for CAMS. KSU. From 1.11.1408 H up to 1.8.1418 H , my duties & responsibilities :

 

a) Demonstrating and teaching practical and laboratory skills and techniques for the following courses:

  • Clinical Analytical Chemistry (231 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry I (232 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry II (331CLS).
  • Clinical instrumental analysis (332 CLS).
  • Clinical biochemistry III (333CLS).
  •  Clinical enzymology (431 CLS).

 

 

 

b) Other activities:

  • As an academic advisor for the undergraduates and interviewing the new candidates of the female students.
  • As a membership in the exam. Committee.
  • As a coordinator for the internship female students.
  • Student activities committee.
  • I represented the collage during the national health exhibition. It was held in the collage from 25-29.8.1409 H.
  • I represented the department at the university during the occupation day at 1418H.

 

 

1987

 

:

 

 

a medical technologist for Sahara Hospital, Riyadh. (21.9.1407 up to 14.9.1408 H) , my duties & responsibilities :

 

  • Registering information and collecting samples which required for medical examination of the new Saudi employees and the new comers of house maids.
  • Inpatient and outpatient sample analysis.
  • Clerical work including delivering laboratory results and statistical work.

 

 

 

1986

:

 

My internship (12 months) was covered at King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh. (18.1.1406 – 23.4.1407 H).

 

 

Personal skills & Experience

 

 

-          An extensive management experience for taking the right decision in critical times and extreme cases, and achieving the desired objectives.

-          Excellent English language skills.

-          Good skills in computers.

-          The Continues and aggressive self improvement in all work& personality related aspects.

-          The ability to work and manage under a very tough and high pressure environment.

 
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