Chairperson & Assistant Professor of Anatomy
Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine-Jeddah
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Specialization: Morphology of the Ankle Collateral Ligaments: Functional and Clinical Aspects
- Assistant Professor of Anatomy (since 2016)
- In Charge of College of medicine Assessment Unit (since 2018)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Anatomy: June 2016University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom
- Master of Medical Education (MME): December 2018College of Medicine, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Master of Science (MSc) in Human Anatomy: October 2011University of Dundee – Dundee, United Kingdom
- Bachelor degree in Applied Medical Sciences, Rehabilitation Sciences-Physical Therapy (BSc BPT): June 2007 College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
- Functional Anatomy
- Clinical Anatomy
- Foot Anatomy and Movements
- Morphological Anatomy
- Member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, United States of America
- Member of the Saudi Society for Medical Education – Western Region (SSME-WR), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
PUBLICATIONS (in KSAU-HS)
- Khawaji B, Soames R. (2015) The anterior talofibular ligament: a detailed morphological study. The Foot 25(3), 141-147.
- Alashkham A., Alraddadi A, Khawaji B, Soames, R., 2013. Variation of Coracobrachialis. Axis: The Online Journal of CAHID 5(1).
- Khawaji B, Soames R. (2015) The anatomy of the superficial component of the deltoid ligament of the ankle [Conference Paper], Clinical Anatomy 28, 1071-1083.
- Khawaji B, Soames R. (2015) The deep posterior tibiotalar ligament (PTTL): a morphological study [Conference Paper], Clinical Anatomy 28, 1071-1083.
- Khawaji B, Soames R. (2014) Morpholgy of the calcaneofibular ligament: The influence of joint position [Conference Paper], Clinical Anatomy 27, 1330-1349.
- Khawaji B, Soames R. (2014) Anatomy of the anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) [Conference Paper], Clinical Anatomy 27, 262-273.