The President of the Arabian Gulf University, Dr. Khaled bin Abdul Rahman Al-Ohali, issued a decision promoting Safa Al-Sheikh to a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pathology at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences at the Arabian Gulf University.
Dr. Safaa Al-Sheikh appreciated this promotion from the University President, Dr. Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al-Ohali, and expressed her deep thanks for his confidence, appreciation and continuous support to the members of the academic staff at the College of Medicine, praising at the same time the university administration’s keenness to provide an academic environment that fosters and encourages innovation in scientific research to serve the pivotal issues in countries of the region.
She said: “At the Arab Gulf University, we aim to be a distinguished academic and research center to address the concerns of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, especially medical issues. Therefore, the university, which was established more than 40 years ago, gives priority to solid scientific research that seeks to develop solutions to various issues and problems in the countries of the region.” “, explaining that the academic staff’s publication of a large number of wise scientific research published in well-known scientific journals with high scientific confidence translates the extent of the university’s support to enhance research efforts, which is what makes us proud.”
It is noteworthy that Dr. Safaa Al-Sheikh works on the partial system at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences at the Arabian Gulf University, and she is a consultant in pathology at Salmaniya Hospital, holds a British fellowship in pathology, and holds a King Saud fellowship in pathology from Riyadh and holds the Arab Board in pathology Diseases She holds a King Saud fellowship in pathology from Riyadh, and holds a Bachelor of Human Medicine from Jordan University of Science and Technology, and held the position of head of training in pathology at Salmaniya Hospital and head of the histology and cytology department in the same hospital, and participated in organizing an organizer and speaker in a science conference Diseases held in 2016, 2017 and 2019. She was one of the speakers at the conference. Wai is a member of the International Academy of Cytology and a member of the Bahrain Cancer Society. She published a number of research and studies in pathology.
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