I became interested in inorganic chemistry because the study of the elements and their complexes inspire me were aimed at helping my students apply chemistry to their real lives. I am Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Science College of King Saud University where I have been a faculty member since 2005. I spent one year at MIT investigated on two projects funded by Saudi Aramco. I’m open with any opportunity to develop my chemistry carrier and I believe that with R&D intuitions like MIT you can reach anything. Position in MIT give me many tools to be good investigator and researcher and help me to continuing efforts to find better material of the coordination chemistry. I am interested in enabling and doing data intensive chemistry research where I can build tools and approaches that harness large investigation-driven data sets to direct hypothesis and experiment in chemistry and radiopharmaceuticals. I have spent 10 years work with radiopharmaceuticals of specific on radioactive materials (9mTc, 68/76Ga, 64Cu, etc.). Over the coming decade, I will continue to work on important radiopharmaceuticals problems using collaboration with KFSHRC.
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