Dr. Tabinda Hasan

Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, Saudi Arabia
Title: Genetic regulation of ocular embryogenesis in homosapiens

Biography

Dr. Tabinda Hasan is MBBS, MD, PGDHE and PH D, is currently working as Ass. professor  in College of medicine, Princess Nourah Bint Abdurrahman University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She has 12 years teaching experience in human anatomy, Histology and Embryology  and is proficient in Cadaveric Dissection , Prosection, Video based case construction in Problem based learning, Research methodology, Research Ethics and Atomic force microscopy. She has been awarded for her outstanding research work by Harward Medical school- USA,  Boston University School Of Medicine, USA(advancing ethical research award), Stem cell unit, King Saud University, KSA (scientific vocalizations); OSDOW 2011 nominee, Elsevier, Trieste-Italy (women in science for developing world), Faculty of medicine & Health sciences, Jazan, KSA(appreciation for excellence in Teaching), Appreciation for special contribution as advisory board member for medical education dept.in University of Malaya , Malaysia. She has previously headed the scientific committee for 5 consecutive years for Medical Research Day international conference organized by MOHE, KSA. She is a renowned author, with 40 Journal publications and 190 citations (H index and I-10 index of 10 https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=GpQqXhMAAAAJ&hl=ar ). She has to her credit,many international conference presentations across USA, UK, Europe and Asia. She is a keen researcher and has served as principal investigator in more than 20 research projects in the field of medical education, anthropology and epidemiology. She is an elected  member of American Association of Anatomists, Fellow of International agency of standards and ratings in Science, USA, European Medical Writers Association, and board member of several international medical journals

Research Interest

Research ethics, Epidemiology, Medical education, Health sciences


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