Department of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences,
King Abdulaziz Medical City – Riyadh, National Guard Health Affairs, Mail Code: 3127,
P. O. Box 22490, Riyadh 11426, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
Tel: +(966-11-) 42-95350


Basically I am a medical graduate and then did my MPhil in the subject of Pharmacology seeking a career oriented teaching position in a dynamic and progressive organization, which can provide an opportunity to polish and exploit my professional skills. An organization, which aims to provide its employees challenging job, self-advancement and opportunities to learn. In addition I want to be involved actively in PBL and clinical teaching.


Since after joining this university I am involved in Lectures and Teaching of Pharmacology / Clinical Pharmacology to undergraduate medical students. Preparation of MCQs of subjects for exams. Facilitation of PBL (Problem Based Learning) sessions encompassing more or less every domain of medicine .Pharmacology lecture coordinator for the unification of lectures among sister institutions. Invigilation of different exams as chief invigilator and invigilator as assigned by different Block Coordinators. Till dated I have been assigned above duties in Foundation Block, Musculoskeletal and Drug Abuse Block , Respiratory Block, Endocrine Block, Renal Block and Cardiovascular Block. BMS coordinator of Foundation block.  Involved in the lectures of MSc nursing.  In addition to above tasks as per the directives of chairman BMS I reviewed and submitted the complete pharmacology lectures objectives for their perusal and consideration. I and my counterpart in FCOM in collaboration prepare bulk of Lectures and MCQs for pool/bank.


• MPhil Pharmacology

Clinical Service

  • Administration of Ward, Clinical Work, OPDs, Teaching clinical skills and supervision of House Officers / Medical Students, Assistance in Endoscopy / Bronchoscopy


  • Life member Pakistan Pharmacological Society

Research Focus

  • Nephropathy & NIDDM