Academic and Student Affairs - Male Campus

Dr. Abdulaziz Al Masaud

Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs
Section Head , Clinical Chemistry


Dr. Abdulaziz Al Masaud is the Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs – College of Applied Medical Sciences (COAMS) under the King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) in AlAhsa , Saudi Arabia. Over the past 12 years he has worked as clinical scientist in Pathology and Laboratory Medical at King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC) Al-Ahsa .

Currently, Dr. Al Masaud is an Assistant Professor under the King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. He demonstrated enormous interest in academic undergraduate teaching through various programs that he leads and incorporates. He is a member of the COAMS Council and other various councils and committees in the University.

Furthermore, he has been given the responsibilities to establish and manage the Toxicology Center and also worked a part time researcher in King Abdullah International Medical Research Center (KAIMRC)

Dr. Al Masaud vision is to ensure the effective delivery of high quality teaching and maintenance of the academic standards.

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1990 – 1994 Ph.D in Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Leeds, Leeds United Kingdom
1989 – 1990 M.Sc. in Clinical Biochemistry, University of Leeds, Leeds United Kingdom
1988- 1989 Diploma in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds United Kingdom

  • A.S. Al- Masaud, E.J. Wood, W.J. Cunliffee. Antibodies to the 90 KD heat shock protein in Chronic plaque psoriasis. Acta Dermato. Venereologica 1994; 317-319
  • A.S. Al- Masaud, D. Holland, W.J. Cunliffe (1996). Are stress proteins induced by PUVA? Br J Dermatol 1996; 134: 892-899
  • A.S. Al-Masaud, E.J. Wood, W.J. Cunliffee. Introduction of stress proteins in human skin keratinocytes by heat, ultraviolet and 8 methoxypsoralen. Biochemical Society Transaction 1996; 24 (2) 259S
  • Anwar Borai, Kiyoshi Ichihara, Abdulaziz Al Masaud, Waleed Tamimi, Suhad Bahijri, David Armbuster, Ali Bawazeer, Mustafa Nawajha, Nawaf Otaibi, Haitham Khalil, Reo Kawano, Ibrahim Kaddam and Mohamed Abdelaal. Establishment of reference intervals of clinical chemistry analytes for adult population in Saudi Arabi; a study conducted as a part of the IFCC global on reference values. Clin Chem Lab Med 2015; 1-13

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