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BPT, MSc, MME, PhD

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 3660  , Riyadh 11481, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Academic Appointments: Assistant Professor of Anatomy

 
Tel: +966-11-429-5280
Email: raddadia  @ksau-hs.edu.sa

Profile 

Dr. Alraddadi joined KSAU-HS as assistant professor of Anatomy in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine (June 2016). Dr Alraddadi did his PhD and Master degree in Human Anatomy in the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom. The title of his thesis was “Anatomical Variations and Degenerative Features of the Coracoacromial Ligament (CAL) in Shoulders with Rotator Cuff Tears.” During his PhD, Dr. Alraddadi also undertook teaching duties for undergraduate students and MSc students joining supervision. He was highly regarded in this activity by the students, his peers and his tutors. He has published well out of his research work in different conferences and journals. His Bachelor degree was in Physical Therapy from King Saud University (2000-2005). Before he joined the KSAU-HS, Dr. Alraddadi worked as a physical therapist: in the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center for Handicap Children and in the Social Care House for Elderlies; Medina.

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Memberships

• Chairman of COM (QAAA) Unit
• Chairman of Blackboard Office in College of Medicine
• College of Medicine Council
• College of Medicine Executive Committee
• College of Medicine Curriculum Committee
• College of Medicine Disciplinary Committee
• College of Medicine QAAA Committee
• College of Medicine Strategic Plan Committee
• Basic Medical Sciences Council
• Academic Counselling Committee
• Curriculum Alignment Committee
• Curriculum Reforming Committee
• College of Medicine Research Committee
• Task Force for Evaluation of Phase II and Phase III Assessment Items for Themes
• American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA)

Research Focus

• Morphological Anatomy
• Clinical Anatomy
• Functional Anatomy 
• Imaging Anatomy

Student Research Projects

  1. Project Title: Motor nerve conduction velocity of the Ulnar, Median and Radial nerves among Saudi and non-Saudi computer users secretaries at the campus of KSAU-HS (2016 – 2018)
    Students Names (Batch 12): Khaled Al-Amri, Abdulaziz Al-Segayyir, Abdulmohsin Al-Mehzia
  2. Project Title: Most Common Fractures Caused by Car Accidents in Adults Admitted to In-patient Departments in King Abdulaziz Medical City: A Cross Sectional Study (2016 – 2018)
    Students Names (Batch 13): Sultan Alhammad, Ali Alasmari, Khalid Alhejji, Nawaf Alghathber
  3. Project Title: The distribution of the long head of biceps tears in shoulders with the rotator cuff tears (2017 – 2019)
    Students Names (Batch 14): Bander Alnufaie, Mohammed Almuhanna, Mohammed Alkhalifah, Motaz Aleidan, Yousef Murad

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Training & Certifications

2019

2018

 2017

2016

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2017

2016

Educational Websites:

Pancreatic Cancer
Development of Human Cardiovascular System 
Histology Atlas of the Digestive System

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Publications

2019

  1. Alraddadi, A. (2019). Registry of Anatomical Variations in Clinical Practice. Under Review: Submitted to Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology.
  2. Alraddadi, A., Al Muklass, A M., Alhammad, S., Alasmari, A., AlhejjI, k., Alghathber, N. (2019). Most Common Fractures Caused by Car Accidents in Adults Admitted to In-patient Departments in King Abdulaziz Medical City between 2011 and 2015: a Cross Sectional Study. Under Review: Submitted for publications to Journal of Musculoskeletal Surgery and Research.
  3. Alashkham, A., Alraddadi, A., & Soames, R. (2019). Morphometric parameters of the glenoid labrum. European Journal of anatomy, 23(1), 41-47.
  4. Alashkham, A., Alraddadi, A., & Soames, R. (2019). Is the existence of sublabral foramen age-related?. European Journal of anatomy, 23(1), 59-63.

2018

  1. Alashkham, A., Alraddadi, A., & Soames, R. (2018). Anatomy of the glenohumeral ligaments. Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, 123(2), 114-126.
  2. Alraddadi, A., Alashkham, A., Lamb, C., & Soames, R. (2018). Examining changes in acromial morphology in relation to spurs at the anterior edge of acromion. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 1-6.
  3. Alraddadi A, Hoja I, Alhawas H, Khawaji B, Masuadi E. Introducing Short Answers Questions in Anatomy Spot Test. Accepted to present at Annual summer meeting of American Association of Clinical Anatomists 2018, Atlanta, Georgia, USA and to purplish in Journal of Clinical Anatomy.
  4. Alashkham, A., Alraddadi, A., & Soames, R. (2018). Origin of the long head of biceps brachii from the supraglenoid tubercle and glenoid labrum. European Journal of anatomy, 22(3), 213-219.
  5. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Felts P, Soames R. Histology, vascularity and innervation of the glenoid labrum. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery. 2018 Apr 16;26(2):2309499018770900.

2017

  1. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Bare spot and tubercle of Assaki. JSES Open Access. 2017 Oct 1;1(3):141-3.
  2. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Felts P, Soames R. Blood supply and vascularity of the glenoid labrum: Its clinical implications. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery. 2017 Sep 15;25(3):2309499017731632.
  3. Alraddadi A, Alashkham A, Lamb C, Soames R. Variability in attachment of the coracoacromial ligament in relation with its morphology. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 2017 Jul 22:1-8.
  4. Owaydhah WH, Alobaidy MA, Alraddadi AS, Soames RW. Three-dimensional analysis of the proximal humeral and glenoid geometry using MicroScribe 3D digitizer. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 2017 Jul 1;39(7):767-72.
  5. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. THE GLENOID NOTCH AND ITS CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS. La muesca glenoidea y sus implicaciones clínicas. Revista Argentina de Anatomía Clínica. 2017 Apr ;9(1):11-7.

2016

  1. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Morphometric Parameters Of The Glenoid Fossa With The Labrum Attached. Parámetros morfométricos de la fosa glenoidea con el labrum incluido. Revista Argentina de Anatomía Clínica. 2016 Jul ;8(2):93-7.
  2. Iyaji PI, Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Anatomical Study of The Morphometry of The Anterior Cruciate Ligament Attachment Sites. Rev Arg de Anat Clin; 2016, 8 (1): 29-37.
  3. Alobaidy MA, Alraddadi AS, Soames RW. Evaluation of Acromial Geometry In Relation To The Cuff Tears On Thiel-Embalmed Cadavers Using 3d Microscribe Digitizer. Revista Argentina de Anatomía Clínica. 2016 Jan 1;7(2):93-9.

2015

  1. Alobaidy M, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Locating Anatomical Structures in the Shoulder Using a 3D Microscribe Digitizer [Abstract]. J Clini Anat. 2015; (28): 413-423.

2014

  1. Alraddadi A, Alashkham A, Soames R. Long head of biceps tears in association with rotator cuff tears and intertubercular sulcus degeneration [Abstract]. J Clin Anat. 2014; 28:1071-1083.
  2. Alraddadi A, Soames R. Variations of the acromial attachment of the coracoacromial ligament [Abstract]. J Clin Anat. 2014; 27:1330-1349.
  3. Alraddadi A, Soames R. Acromial spurs in relation to age and rotator cuff tears [Abstract]. J Clin Anat. 2014; 27:1330-1349.
  4. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Morphological variation of coracoacromial ligament [Abstract]. J Clin Anat. 2014; 27:1330-1349.

2013

  1. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Origin of The Long Head of Triceps. Axis: The Online Journal of CAHId. 2013 Apr 17;5(1).
  2. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Variation of Suprascapular Artery. Axis: The Online Journal of CAHId. 2013 Apr 17;5(1).
  3. Alashkham A, Alraddadi A, Soames R. Variation of Coracobrachialis. Axis: The Online Journal of CAHId. 2013 Apr 17;5(1).