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Bio: 
Personal Data: Name: Khalid Mashai Al-Anazi Nationality: Saudi Place of Birth: Riyadh Occupation: Associate Professor Current Address: King Saud University – College of Science – Zoology Department B.O.P.: 57788, Riyadh 11584 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Telephone: +9661555470393 Email: kalanzi@ksu.edu.sa

Academic Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Zoology, Major: Zoology, Minor: Genetics, Title of Doctoral Dissertation: ''Developmental Toxicity and Cytogenetic Effects of the Anticancer Drug, Heptaplatin, on the Embryos of Laboratory Mice. '' (2009), King Saud University – Riyadh – KSA.
  • Master of Science, Major: Zoology, Minor: Genetics, Title of Master's Thesis: ''The Teratogenic Toxic, Anti-fertility and Cytogenetic Effects of Cyclophosphamide in the SWR/J Mice'' (2002), King Saud University – Riyadh – KSA.
  • Bachelor of Science, Major: Zoology (1996), King Saud University – Riyadh – KSA.

Job History:

  •  Associate professor in the Zoology Department /College of Science /KSU   from1436 – present
  • Assistance professor  in the Zoology Department /College of Science /KSU 05/03/1433 
  • Assistance Professor in the Clinical Laboratory Department/ Riyadh College of

Health /King Saud University. Riyadh 21/6/1430 - 04/03/1433..

  • Lecturer in in The Clinical Laboratory Department/ Riyadh College of Health

Science / Ministry of Health. Riyadh 28/10/1423 - 20/06/1430.

  • Teacher in The Clinical Laboratory Department/ Riyadh College of Health Science / Ministry of Health. Riyadh 10/8/1419 - 27/10/1423..
  • Teacher in The Clinical Laboratory Department/ Riyadh College of Health Science / Ministry of Health. Al-Ahssa 1/6/1417 9/08/1419..

Conferences, Programs and Seminars:Attending the second Saudi International biotechnology Conference– King Abdul-Aziz Science & Technology City, Riyadh 23-24/2/2016.

  1. Leading skills of academic departments, King Saud University, 19-18/2/2018.
  2. Attending the 39 th Human Genetics Society of Australasia Annual Scientific Meeting – Perth, Australia 8-11/8/2015.
  3. Attending the Spss for statistical Analysis program, King Saud University, 9-10/2/2014.
  4. Attending the International Conference of Biology, Ecology and Engineering – Toronto ,Canada  20-21/6/2013.
  5. Attending the second Saudi Conference of Nanotechnology – King Abdul-Aziz Science & Technology City, Riyadh 11-13/11/2012.
  6. Attending the Third Saudi Science Conference" New Horizons in Science and Their Applications", Organized by the Ministry of Higher Education, 17-20/4/2012.
  7. Attending the international Saudi Conference of Biotechnology – King Abdul-Aziz Science & Technology City, Riyadh 18-19/9/2012.
  8. Attending the Annual Conference of the Armed Forces Medical Services, 5-26/1/2010.
  9. Attending the first international conference of Biotechnology "Towards building a knowledge-based economy", King Saud University, Riyadh, 16-18/2/2009.
  10. Attending the third Saudi conference of Science "New perspectives in science and its application" organized by King Saud University, college of Science, Riyadh, 10-13/3/2007.
  11. Academic Publication in International Journals Program, King Saud University, 5-6/5/2012.
  12. Incorporating technology into teaching (blackboard) Program, King Saud University, 13-15/10/2012.
  13. Attending the Nanotechnology from theory to applied Seminar, King Abdul-Aziz Science & Technology City, 2016 11-13/11/2012.
  14. Safe and comfortable learning environment Program, King Saud University, 2012.
  15. Development of teaching portfolio Program, King Saud University, 2012.
  16. Evaluating the performance of the students' skills Program, King Saud University, 2012.
  17. Evaluating the learning outcomes Program, King Saud University, 2012.
  18. Design and build the curriculum Program, "Concepts and Applications", King Saud University, 2012.
  19. Effective Academic Teaching, King Saud University, 2012.
  20. Microteaching Program, King Saud University, 27-28/3/2010.
  21. Teaching based on specialization and educational research Program, King Saud University, 2012.
  22. Active Learning Program, King Saud University, 15-17/11/2011.
  23. Participate in "Sampling and the use of Scanning Electron Microscopy" Seminar, College of Science, King Saud University, 10-13/3/2007.
  24. Training Program in department of diseased cells and tissues under supervision of Dr. Hamada Altabakh (Department's Consultant), Riyadh Care Hospital, 4/7-03/8/2008.
  25. Attending the training program of DNA Research Chair (PCR Technology), college of Science, King Saud University, 10-12/1/2009.
  26. English Program at British Council, 4 months, 1997.
  27. English Program at Manchester Academy - UK, 12 months, 2010.
  28. Academic leadership under change Program - Prince Naif Institute for Research and Consulting Services, 6-8/12/2009.
  29. Learning Theory program, King Saud University, 2009.
  30. Learning through work teams program, King Saud University, 2-3/11/2009.
  31. "Improving my communication skills as a Teacher" training program within the creativity and excellence developing program for college members, 13-15/3/2012.32
  32. Training Active Teaching program, King Saud University, 2013.
  33. Conference submitting and presentations program, King Saud University, 7-8/6/2010.
  34. Fundamentals of Medical Research program within events of the Annual Conference of the Armed Forces Medical Services, 5-26/1/2010.
   

 Councils & boards and committees

  1. Member of Zoology department Bachelor's projects evaluation committee – 2013.
  2. Member of Zoology department Bachelor's graduation projects rewards committee – 2012.
  3. Zoology department Bachelor's graduation research supervision – 2012.
  4. Field training student's committee chief - the department of Medical Laboratory - College of Health Sciences, 2010.
  5. Bachelor's graduation research supervision of the department of Medical Laboratory - College of Health Sciences, 2010.
  6. The department of Medical Laboratory - College of Health Sciences, 2010.
  7. Member of Exams committee of College of Health Sciences for two years, 1996.
  8. Participate in some of temporary committees emerging from the department of Medical Labs Board - College of Health Sciences.
  9. Participate in some of temporary committees emerging from Zoology department.
  10.  Member of Committee for Safety/Zoology Department from 1436/03/02 to 1437/09/25   .11.
  11. Member of Committee for alumni (Pass outs) affairs aund employment/ Zoology Department from 1435 /01/16to 1436/03/02.      
  12. Member of Committee for Student Counseling/Zoology Department from 1437/03/05 to 1437/09/24.

Organizations & Societies membership:

  1. Member of Saudi Biological Society, Saudi Arabia from 1436/05/14 to1437/05/25.
  2. Member of Genetics Society, United Kingdom from 1436/12/09 to 1437/12/20.

 
Supervision of PhD Thesis:

1- PhD student: Ali Bin Abdullah Al-Mareed (2015 - 11/2/2019) 
Title: Protective Effect of Capparis spinosa Extract from Oxidative Stress, Genotoxicity and Cytotoxicity Induced by Potassium Bromate in Laboratory Mice.
 
2- PhD student: Walled Ali Helan (2017 – until now)

Title: Effect of Biosynthesized Silver Nanoparticles Using Schinus molle Extract on Human Liver Cancer Cells.
 
3- PhD student: Ahmed Ali Mohammed Kawmani (2017 - until now)

Title: Potential of Inducing DNA Damage and Apoptosis in Mice and MCF-7 Cell Line by Biosynthesized Silver Nanoparticles.
 
4-  PhD student : Ahmed Qasem Saleh Ali, student ID 431106504 (2018 - until now)

 
Supervision of Masters Thesis:
1- Student name: Mhammed jabr aljead  (2014 -2018)

Title: Cytotoxic  Feratogenic and Suppressing Effecfc of Bispenol- A (BPA) on Embryos and Fetuses of Laloora Mice.

         

  LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:
 1- Naif O Al-Harbi, Ahmed Nadeem, Mohammed M Al-Harbi, Khairy M A Zoheir, Mushtaq A Ansari, Ahmed M El-  Sherbeeny, Khalid M Alanazi, Moureq R Alotaibi, Sheikh F Ahmad (2016) .PSORIATIC INFLAMMATION CAUSES HEPATIC INFLAMMATION WITH CONCOMITANT DYSREGULATION IN HEPATIC METABOLISM VIA IL-17A/IL-17 RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN A MURINE MODEL .Immunobiolog. (2):128-136

   2- Ahmed H. Mahmoud , Ashraf M. Mashaly , Ahmed M. Rady , Khalid M. Al-Anazi , and Amgad A. Saleh. (2017). Allelic variation of melanocortin-1 receptor locus in Saudi indigenous sheep exhibiting different color coatsAsian-Australas J. Anim. Sci . 30, No. 2:154-159
 
  3.Alanazi,  K.,  B.A. Alahmadi, A. Alhimaidi, F.M. Abou-Tarboush, M. A. Farah, A. Mahmoud, M. Alfaifi (2016). Development of spermatic granuloma in albino rats following administration of water extract of Heliotropium bacciferum Forssk.  Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences 23: 87–91.
 
3.Ali, M.A., Farah, M.A., Al-Hemaid, F.M.A., Abou-Tarboush, F.M., Al-Anazi, K.M., Wabaidur, S.M., Alothman, Z.A., J. Lee. (2016). Assessment of biological activity and UPLC–MS based chromatographic profiling of ethanolic extract of Ochradenus arabicus. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sjbs.2015.02.010.
 
4.Gurung, A.B., M.A. Ali, A. Bhattacharjee, M. Abul Farah, F. Al-Hemaid, F.M. Abou-Tarboush, K.M. Al-Anazi, J. Lee. (2016). Molecular docking of anticancer bioactive compound Proceraside with macromolecules involved in cell cycle and DNA replication. Genetics and Molecular Research doi: 10.4238/gmr.15027829. 

5. Abul Farah, M., M.A. Ali, S.M. Chen, Y. Li, F.M. Al-Hemaid, F.M. Abou-Tarboush, K.M. Al-Anazi, J. Lee (2016) Silver nanoparticles synthesized from Adenium obesum leaf extract induced DNA damage, apoptosis and autophagy via generation of reactive oxygen species. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces . 141: 158–169..

5. Natarajan Karikalan, Murugan Velmurugan, Shen-Ming Chen, Chelladurai Karuppiah, K. M. Al-Anazi, M. Ajmal Ali and Bih-Show Lou (2016) Flame synthesis of nitrogen doped carbon for the oxygen reduction reaction and non-enzymatic methyl parathion sensor. RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 71507.
 
6. A.B. Gurung, M.A. Ali, A. Bhattacharjee, K.M. Al-Anazi, M.A. Farah, F.M. Al-Hemaid, F.M. Abou-Tarboush, J. Lee, S.Y. Kim and F.S.M. Al-Anazi (2016) Target fishing of glycopentalone using integrated inverse docking and reverse pharmacophore mapping approach. 15 (3): gmr.15038544.

  7.Mahmoud AH, Mashaly AM, Al-Anazi KM, Rady AM, Saleh AA.(2016). Allelic variation of Melanocortin-1 Receptor (MC1R) locus in Saudi indigenous sheep exhibiting different color coats.Asian-Australas J Anim Sci.  doi: 10.5713/ajas.16.0138.

 8.Mahmoud A.H.  , Saleh A. A. , Alanazi. K M., Farah. M. A. and Abouheif M.A. (2016).Polymorphisms at exons 3 and 4 of the growth hormone gene in Najdi and Naeimi sheep of Saudi Arabia 11(6):31-36 ·

  9.Mahmoud A.H., Farah M.A., Abou-tarboush F.M., Rady A.M., Alanazi. K M. and Mohammed O.B. (2016).Molecular Characterization of Ghrelin gene in sheep of Saudi Arabia Res. J. Biotech. Vol. 11 (2):39-44.

  11.Alanazi, K.M. (2015). Anti-mutagenic activity of Salvia merjamie extract against gemcitabine.  Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 16: 1501-1506. .
 
12.Alanazi, K.M. (2015). Cytogenetic effects of Heptaplatin on SWR/J mouse bone marrow cells. Pakistan J. Zool. 47(4): 1083-1088.  
13.-Anazi, F.M. Abou-Tarboush, M.F. Abdel-Samad, M.A. Farah, M.Y. Al-Faifi and B.A. Al-Ahmadi )2010( Embryo-feto-toxicity of Anticancer Drug, Heptaplatin in Laboratory Mice. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci. (18):896-900. 

14.Al-Enazy, K. M. and Abou-Tarboush, F.M. (2001): Effects of cyclophosphamide on mice offsprings maternally treated with the drug, a follow-up study. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 36 (B): 27-42.  .

15. Al-Enazy, K. M. and Abou-Tarboush, F. M. (2001): Teratogenic and toxicological studies on mice fetuses maternally treated with cyclophosphamide. J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., 36(B): 43-59.