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Date and Place of Birth
Martial-status
Dr. Abdulaziz Hassan Alhamidi
Assistant Prof. of Clinical Immunology and CLS
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences (CLS)
Collage of Applied Medical Sciences
King Saud University
1977 Riyadh
Married
Contact information
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P.O. Box 10219
Riyadh 11433
Office 0096614696225 (Direct)
Secretary 0096614693736
3361164160900
[email protected]
Qualification
Doctorate degree
PhD in Clinical Medicine
Specialist in Immunobiology and Transplantation
Awarded from Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University,
UK
In 2009
Master degree
Master of Sciences (MSc)
Specialist in Human Immunity
Awarded from Faculty of Medicine, Liverpool University,
UK
In 2004
Baccalaureate degree
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Awarded from Collage of Applied Medical Sciences, King
Saud University in Riyadh
In 2000
Work experience
- Assitant professor of immunology and clinical laboratory sciences. Collage of
applied medical sciences. King Saud University in Riyadh (Since 12/2009 until now).
- Researcher visitor in Newcastle University, UK, (Since 04/2009 until now)
- Demonstrator in clinical laboratory sciences department. Collage of applied medical
sciences. King Saud University, (2002)
- Medical technologist in pre-implantation molecular diagnosis lab, In Vitro
Fertilization (IVF) Clinic, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, King
Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (2001).
- One-year internship at Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, King
Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (2000)
Other experiences
- (Lecturer assistant) in teaching and invigilation of the Master students, School of
surgical and reproductive sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University, UK.
- Student representative of post-grad student (2005), School of surgical and
reproductive sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University, UK.
- Participating with many scientific lectures in science forums, journal clubs and postgrad programmes during studying the master and PhD degrees.
- Trainee medical technologist in immunopathology & microbiology laboratories,
King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (1999).
- Trainee medical technologist in general laboratory, Security forces hospital, Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia (1998).
- Attendance of many scientific lectures, courses in English language, IT and selfdeveloping programmes.
Awards
- BSc in CLS with Second Class Honor.
- Achievement of two excellence awards for two years from the Saudi cultural bureau
in London.
Committees and membership
- Leader of quality and accreditation committee in CLS department.
- Leader of graduation programmes committee in collage of applied medical sciences.
- Member in British society of Immunology, UK.
- Member in British society of Biochemistry, UK.
Social activities
- Chairman assistant, activities coordinator and treasurer of Saudi society and Saudi
club in Newcastle upon Tyne, Saudi student organization in UK (2005).
- Participating in activities of Saudi Society and Saudi club in Newcastle upon tyne
for three years (2006, 2007 and 2008) and member in election committee of these
organizations during these years.
- Organizer of King Saud University word in pre-university high school student
exhibition, ministry of higher education (2001).
- Participating in organization of many scientific and cultural exhibitions inside and
outside the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Publications:

A. Al-hamidi; M. Pekalski; H. Robertson; S. Ali; J.A. Kirby. Renal allograft
rejection: The contribution of chemokines to the adhesion and retention of
αE(CD103)β7 integrin-expressing intratubular T cells. Molecular
Immunology 2008. (45), p 4000-4007.

A. Al-Hamidi, J. Tyler, H. Robertson & J. A. Kirby. Kidney Transplantation:
Does CCR9 play a role in rejection? Immunology 2005, 116, (S1), p 107
(abstract).

S. Marshall-Clarke, A. Davies Taylor, A. Al-hamidi, J. Stewart & N. Blake.
Influenza and herpes viruses induce differential up-regulation of costimulatory molecules and inflammatory responses by MyD88-dependent and independent pathways. Immunology 2004, 113, (S1), p 59.
Selected Abstracts in conferences:

Renal Allograft Rejection: Do chemokines enhance the affinity of adhesive T
cell interaction with tubular epithelial cells? 1st Joint Meeting of European
National Societies of Immunology, 16th European Congress of Immunology,
EFIS, 6-9 September 2006, Paris. (oral presentation)

CXCL10/IP-10 chemokine enhance the affinity of adhesive T cell interaction
with tubular epithelial cells. A Symposium to commemorate the 50th
Anniversary of the British Society for Immunology and the 30th Anniversary
of North East Immunology, 5-6 June 2007, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
(poster)

Renal allograft rejection: chemokines enhance the adhesion of CD103+ T
cells to the specific ligand E-cadherin. Biochemical Society Annual
Symposium-Structure and function in cell adhesion, 3-5 December 2007,
Manchester, UK (poster)

Renal allograft rejection: chemokines enhance the affinity of adhesive
CD103+ T cell interaction with the specific ligand E-cadherin. Chemokines
and chemokine receptors, Keystone Symposia, 13-18 January 2008, Keystone,
Colorado, USA. (poster)

Chemokines have a potential role to modulate the adhesive function of
CD103+ T cells in renal allograft rejection. BSI congress 2008, November 1721, 2008, Glasgow, UK (poster)
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