Developing novel technologies for preservation of mammalian cells in a dried state.
Evaluating efficacy of new methods for nanoparticles storage.
Delivering explored novel nano-biomaterials to cell lines and monitor cytotoxicity.
Evaluating immune responses and proteins interactions to novel nanoparticles.
Abstract accepted for presentation at the 13th International Nanomedicine & Drug Delivery Symposium (nanoDDS 2015) hosted at the University of Washington. It was concerned with nanoparticles storage and preservation and is Titled “Effect
of Cryo-Protectants on Size Stability and Preservation of Chitosan Nanoparticles after lyophilisation”
Graduated from Quinnipiac University master graduate Biomedical Sciences/Medical laboratory Sciences program, 2013.
Graduated from West Virginia University; from the Clinical Laboratory Science program School of Medicine, 2011.
Certified as Medical Technology Specialist by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties
Holding a position as an academic researcher in King Abdul-Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) in Riyadh since 2014.
Leader of the Nanomedicine group in KACST in the Biotechnology division.
Scholarship from the Ministry of Higher Education for studying in the United States.
Award from the Saudi cultural mission attaché in Washington D.C. for participating in organizing social events at the University of Pittsburgh.