Dr. Ahmed Al Rumayyan

 

       

Ahmed Rumayyan Al Rumayyan

BSc, MME, FAAP, FRCPC

Dean, College of Medicine, KSAU-HS

Consultant, Pediatric Neurology, KAMC-R

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

966-11-429-9999 ext. 92544 or Admin Assistant ext. 95421

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Responsibilities 

In the role of Associate Dean, Dr. Rumayyan oversees the teaching, organization and management of the College of Medicine’s educational program, including evaluation of block (course) content, assignment of Faculty Staff for teaching, and recommends any changes in the curriculum or block structure.  He also supervises the operation of the Medical Library. Other duties may be added by the Dean.
 
Education
 
Bachelor in Medicine/Surgery, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Fellow, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons Canada (Pediatrics)

Fellow, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons Canada (Neurology)

Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

Masters Degree, Medical Education, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
 
Honors/Awards

Saudi Cultural Mission, Canada

Memberships As above
 
Research

Professionalism in Medical Education and  Epidemiology of epilepsy and other seizure disorders in Saudi Arabia.
 
Publications
  • Rumayyan A, Darwish H, Pillay N.  Bidirectional versions in partial secondarily generalized convulsions – EEG correlations.  (in progress)  in Proceedings of the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society Meeting, September 2000.  Abstract in EEG & Clinical Neurophysiology Journal.
  • Rumayyan A, Darwish H, Pillay N.  Bidirectional versions in partial secondarily generalized convulsions – EEG correlations.  Journal of Neurological Sciences, 187 Supplement 1, June 15, 2001.
  • Russell J Ferland, Wafaa Eyaid, Randall V Collura, Laura D Tully, R Sean Hill, Doha Al-Nouri, Ahmed Al-Rumayyan, Meral Topcu, Generoso Gascon, Adria Bodell, et al.  Abnormal cerebellar development and axonal decussation due to mutations in AHI1 in Joubert syndrome Nature Genetics 36, 1008-1013 (22 August 2004).