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UoS inaugurates health science exhibition
May 22, 2018
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SHARJAH: Prof. Qutayba Hamid, Vice Chancellor for Medical Colleges and Health Sciences and Dean of College of Medicine at the University of Sharjah, inaugurated the annual exhibition of the graduating students’ projects from the College of Health Sciences for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Attending the exhibition were Dr. Amina Mohammed Almarzouqi, Acting Dean of the College, department heads and a number of faculty members and students from the College of Health Sciences.

The exhibition included approximately 48 projects that covered topics such as medical development and disease prevention and treatment, environmental issues and their sustainable solutions, health services development, and studies on the impact of practices such as smoking and listening to music on health.

The exhibition highlighted a number of outstanding winning projects from the different departments at the college including “Feeding Behaviour and Physical Status of Children and Adolescents with Down Syndrome” by Hira Naveed, Huda Maklai, Menna Mahmoud, Noor Hamadeh and Tooba Asif from the Department of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics; “Radioactivity in Bottled Waters, Associated Doses, and Lifetime Risk Assessment in the United Arab Emirates” by Hadya Al Rajaby, Rim Kasfah and Nimra Naaz from the Department of Environmental Health; “Discharge Information Needs of Patients Post Open Heart Surgery in Sharjah, UAE” by Deka Yusuf, Asma Alkudahri, Soha Qassim and Khulood Salmaan from the Department of Nursing, and “The Association between Various Footwear and Foot Posture in Emirati Secondary School Children” by Aisha AlSuwaidi, Alia Alketbi, Alya Alkhajeh, Athaiba Alketbi and Bashayer Alkitbe from the Department of Physiotherapy.

The projects that were highlighted from the Department of Medical Laboratories Sciences are “HLM006474, a Novel Molecule for Targeting Apoptosis in Colorectal Cancer Cells” by Salam Mohammad, Safa Hussein, Maryam Alawi, Hajar Issa and Sharifa Almannaei; “A Study on Relationship of Haptoglobin Concentration and Polymorphism with Oxidative Stress in Metabolic Syndrom” by Isra Al Zamel, Raghad Abu-Tahun and Ghalia Ramahi, and “Molecular Assessment of Dendritic Cells Precursors in Rhizopus-Infected Mouse Brain” by Mai Ershaid, Sana Al Hosni and Racha Al Hosni.


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