College of Medicine - Jeddah
Dr. Malak A. Alghamdi (PhD)
Assistant Professor of Anatomy
Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine-Jeddah,
Official Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Personal Email: Malak_alghamdi@hotmail.com
Dr. Malak Alghamdi has a Ph.D. degree in Human Anatomy from Howard University, USA. She has 11 years of teaching experience, of which 4 years is post Ph.D. She has an excellent teaching and research background and independently handled Research Projects.
- PhD in Human Anatomy, from Howard University in 2018
- MS in Human Anatomy, from Howard University in 2015
- BS in Physical therapy, from King Abdulaziz University in 2010
- Human anatomy, Embryology, Medical education, Quality of life, Anatomical variations, Imaging and radiology, … others.
- Member at American Association of Anatomists (AAA)
Publications (In KSAU-HS/ Previous Five years):
- Diogo, R., Ziermann, J. M., Smith, C., Alghamdi, M., Fuentes, J. S., & Duerinckx, A. (2019). First use of anatomical networks to study modularity and integration of heads, forelimbs and hindlimbs in abnormal anencephalic and cyclopic vs normal human development. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1-25.
- Alghamdi M. A., Ziermann J. M., Izquierdo R., Pastor F. F., Paz F. D. L., Diogo R. (2018). Detailed Musculoskeletal Study of a Fetus with Trisomy 18 (Edwards’ Syndrome) with Langer’s axillary arch, and comparison with other cases of human congenital malformations. Journal of Anatomical Science and Research, 1(1), 1.
- Alghamdi, M. A., Ziermann, J. M., Gregg, L., & Diogo, R. (2017). A detailed musculoskeletal study of a fetus with anencephaly and spina bifida (craniorachischisis), and comparison with other cases of human congenital malformations. Journal of Anatomy, 230(6), 842-858.
- Alghamdi, M. A., Ziermann, J. M., & Diogo, R. (2016). An untold story: The important contributions of Muslim scholars for the understanding of human anatomy. The Anatomical Record.