Radiology programs focus on patient care procedures, medical ethics, radiobiology, medical terminology, physiology, and pathology, as well as extensive clinical training to operate complex equipment and study X-rays.
The program will teach other diagnostic imaging technologies including computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.
The radiologic technologist works closely with the radiology doctor (radiologist) and other physicians and plays a vital role as a professional member of the medical team. Technologists work in the hospitals’ general radiography, surgery, trauma, pediatrics, clinics, doctors’ offices, CT, mammography, and imaging centers.
Dr. Khalid Alshamrani is the Director of Radiological Sciences Program and Assistant Professor at the College of Applied Medical Sciences-Jeddah (COAMS-J), King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS), (Jeddah, KSA). Dr. Alshamrani is also the Head of Research Training and Development at King Abdullah International Medical Research Center–Western Region (KAIMRC–WR), Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs (MNGHA), (Jeddah, KSA).
Dr. Alshamrani obtained his Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in 2017 and Master of Science degree (MSc.) in 2014, in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell (Lowell, MA, USA).
He also obtained his Master of Arts degree (M.A.) in 2011, in Bioimaging from Boston University (Boston, MA USA), and his Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in 2008, in Diagnostic Radiology from King Abdulaziz University (Jeddah, KSA).
Dr. Alshamrani’s doctoral research and training in medical imaging at Boston Medical Center focused on investigating brain volumetry and corpus callosum size for extreme preterm children at ten years of age, using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). His research included the validation of image processing and brain segmentation technique for large scale, and multi-platform MRI studies such as the Extremely Low Gestational Age Newborns (ELGANs) study, and his findings was presented, and submitted to the most reputable journal and conference proceedings.
Publications, visit: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Khalid_Alshamrani2 Grant: NGHA Radiomics: An approach to Investigate Magnetic Resonance Imaging/Genomics Correlation in Male and Female Patients with Breast Cancer
Dr. Al Kenawi is an Associate Dean in Collage of Applied Medical Sciences, KSAU-HS, Jeddah, where he manages Clinical Affairs department that provide clinical observations and training for students and internes, he is also Section Head Interventional Radiology Unit in King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, where in the Unit general interventional work is mainly dialysis vascular access maintenance, Biopsies (Ultrasound and CT guided) and oncology related interventions (Biliary and Nephrostomies).
Dr. Al Kenawi academically active and participating to educate and share the knowledge, in the University of Ottawa he had several participations, he developed the Radiological Anatomy project website for the Anatomy Department, developed a proposal of Radiological Anatomy Module for the medical student and participated in teaching of the resident in the Abdominal Imaging Block. In KAMC, Jeddah Dr. Abdulkader teaches the Paediatrics Emergency Department C spine Trauma, also he is the moderator in the Madinah Radiology Conference Scientific Program. He organizes the largest review course across the country Resident Radiology Review Course in Jeddah since May 2006 until now.
Dr. Al Kenawi is a speaker at Annual Oncology Review course since 2008 until now, also he is Awarded twice as the tutor of the year in 2005 and 2012 at KAMC, Jeddah.
Education & Credentials
- MBBS, June 1996
- FRCPC (DI) A full of 5 years training in Diagnostic Imaging at Ottawa University, a credited by Royal College of Canada, and graduated with a title of “Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (Diagnostic Imaging), June 2004.
- American Board of Radiology, June 2004.
- Fellowship in Body Imaging, December 2004.
- Fellowship in Interventional Radiology, June 2005.
I am Roaa Alsharif, I was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on 14 March 1987. I received my Bachelor degree in Diagnostic Radiology from King Abdul-Aziz University in 2009. Three months later I joined the department of Radiology in King Saud Bin AbdulAziz University for Health Sciences as a teaching assistant in October 2009.
I travelled to Massachusetts, USA on 26 July 2010 and received the Master degree in Bioimaging from Boston University in 2012 and Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology (Medical Imaging) from University of Massachusetts Lowell in 2017. I became an Assistant Professor in King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health and Sciences in Spring of 2017. My current research interests include Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computed Tomography, SPECT, PET, Ultrasound and Breast Imaging.
Also I did my thesis on functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in subject with a history of abuse and maltreatment in Mclean Hospital, Harvard Medical affiliated hospitals from Summer of 2015 to Spring of 2017.
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