Scientific research

Scientific research unit

Unit’s goals:

1.Set a strategic plan for scientific research in the university to set scientific research priorities which conform to vision and message of the faculty and university with the assistance of faculty members and students.

2.Draft an annual budget for researches and assign part of the faculty budget to support students and faculty members’ scientific research.

3.Provide sufficient and appropriate facilities equipped for researching (research labs, and information resources…) in coordination with education resources and facilities unit to prepare a full information list with equipment and facilities used in scientific research including equipment in custody of each member of faculty for the purpose of scientific research and follow regular specific procedure to evaluate condition of equipment and facilities providing protective and corrective maintenance and replacement when necessary.

4.Set a strategy to encourage new faulty members using developing programs and involving them in research teams to discuss their projects (using twin coordination between the new faculty member and an experienced one in cases of common research fields) and provides financial support for researches…

5.Set a strategy to choose experienced faculty members and postgraduate students and use their expertise in researching and provide developing services for local society and financial outcome to the faculty.

6.Set clear expectations related to faculty members’ contribution in research activities and announcing them emphasizing on department heads on the importance in evaluation and promotions.

7.Create “research club for dental students in UQU to encourage graduate students to participate in researches and set developing programs (lectures and workshops on basis of scientific research).

8.  Hold annual meeting for dental researches in UQU for both students and faculty members to present finished and current researches in seminars or using posters and rewarding.

9.Find out means of collaboration between local and international dental colleges in field of research with companies and entities related to dentistry,

10.Seek faculty members with extensive experience in research.

11.Encourage postgraduate student participation in common research projects emphasizing on publishing their names in reports and publications among authors in case they provided substantial contributions.

12.Encourage faculty members to include information and activities related to their researches in curriculum in addition to significant development in their field of speciality and use of dentistry basis based on proofs.

13.Set policies and internal regulations concerning researches conforming to the Saudi unified regulations of scientific research such as: ethics committee for medical and biological research of faculty of dentistry, protection of intellectual property of students and faculty members, property list of facilities and equipment, and who’s responsible for maintenance (through research scholarships given to faculty members, using researches assigned by other entities, collaborative projects with industrial sector, or any other external sources) in coordination with education resources and facility unit, and annual dentistry award for distinct researcher regulation.

14.  Coordinate with quality unit to prepare the following annual statistics faculty wide:

  • No. published researches for each faculty member in internationally rated journals ISI for the last year
  • No. of published researches for each faculty member in non- rated journals for the last year.
  • No. of accepted researches for each faculty member in internationally rated journals ISI for the last year
  •  No. of accepted researches for each faculty member in non- rated journals for the last year.
  • No. of researches presented as work sheet or poster in conventions for each faculty member.
  • Percentage of faculty members who are active in researching (needs identification) for the last year.
  •  No. of researches that were used as references in other researches and references for the last year.
  • H-index for each faculty member.
  • No. and amount of research scholarships granted to each member for the last year.
  •  No. of research projects in details for each member for the last year.
  • No. of current research projects in details for each member for the last year.
  • No. of finished research projects in details for each member for the last year.
  •  No. of students’ research projects for each faculty member for the last year.
  •  No. of workshops and courses held by unit for the last year.
  •  No. of research collaboration agreements with the faculty for the last year.
  •  No. of mutual usage agreements for main research equipment for the last year.
  • Conduct a survey between faculty members, staff, and students to determine how appropriate research facilities and equipment are were for the last year.
  • Rate of research activities transformed into academic or professional applications for the last year.




Organization chart


Authority: the unit reports directly to His Excellency VD of scientific research and postgraduate studies.

Documentation: all minutes of meetings and unit activities shall be documented, saved, and presented to quality unit at the end of each term. Also, all documents proving achievement of each goals of unit’s goals.

Authority: the unit reports directly to His Excellency VD of scientific research and postgraduate studies.

Documentation: all minutes of meetings and unit activities shall be documented, saved, and presented to quality unit at the end of each term. Also, all documents proving achievement of each goals of unit’s goals.

Scientific research lectures:




Saudi unified regulations of scientific research:

Saudi unified regulations of scientific research were issued with a decree of higher education council, decree no. 2/10/1419 Hijri. (at the tenth session) dated 6/2/1419 Hijri, and gained royal consent from His Highness head of higher education council decree no. 7/b/4403 dated 2/4/1419 Hijri (1999 AD)

The decree was as follows:

Decree no. 2/10/1419

According to paragraph six of section fifteen of the higher education and University council that states that it’s within the power of higher education council to issue mutual university regulations,

And since Saudi unified regulations of scientific research is a mutual regulation and shall lead to control all what’s related to scientific research in universities.

After review of secretariat memo presented to higher education council concerning this matter. And a copy of resolution draft attached to memo the council has decided the following:

((Consent to Saudi unified regulations of scientific research according to the form attached to decree provided that it shall be rectified within three years from date of enforcement and presented to higher education council. Also, provide necessary credits to enforce decree)).

Section (1): Definitions:   terms included herein with meanings shown below:

1.    Scientific research: accomplishment based upon known scientific basis and as a result of individual or collaborative efforts or both.

2.    Main researcher: faculty member or the like, who represents a group involved in scientific research and supervises and manages team.

3.    Co-researcher: faculty member or the like, who participates with a group of researchers to accomplish a certain study.

4.    Inspecting juror: faculty member or an expert assigned to inspect and study the scientific outcome.

5.    Reviewer: faculty member or the like, or an expert who is assigned to review the scientific outcome.

6.    Consultant: faculty member of the like or an expert who is assigned by authorized research centre to provide services or consultancy studies.


Section (2): the aim of researches done within universities is to enrich science and knowledge in all useful ways especially concerning the following:

a.Highlight Islamic approach and its achievements in the history of civilization and Human science.

b.Collect, care for, index, realize, and facilitate the Arabic and Islamic legacy for researchers.

c.Provide scientific consultancy and develop scientific and practical solutions for problems facing the society through researches and studies that is required by governmental or national entities.

d.Transfer and nationalize new technologies and participate in developing and recruiting them to serve nationally to serve in development.

e.Connect scientific research to universities’ goals and development plans and avoid duplication and repetitions, and benefit from previous studies.

f.Develop and train a generation of distinct Saudi researchers to perform authentic high standard researches by involving postgraduate students, chancellors, lecturers, and co-researchers in researches.

g.Rise graduate and postgraduate level of education.


Section (3): researchers, faculty members or students, are to be encouraged to perform authentic innovative researches that contributes in enriching specialized knowledge and serves the community and provide ways to accomplish and benefit from them. For that universities shall:

a.Publish scientific research results in local and international journals and provide ways for scientific documenting to facilitate researchers missions.

b.Collaborate with entities, and scientific and research organizations inside and outside KSA in researching and exchange knowledge and expertise.

c.Find ways and channels to encourage individuals and organizations to support and finance research projects to enhance university role.

d.Provide modern communication and last issues of scientific journals, books…etc.


Section (4): each university shall have a scientific research department reports to VD of postgraduate studies and scientific research, the dean and VD are hired in accordance to section (39) and (40) of the higher education and universities council regulations.



Section (5): department of scientific research shall comprise a scientific research council including:

(a) Scientific research dean                    Head

(b)  Postgraduate studies dean                Member

 (c)VD(s) scientific research department.  members


(d)A no. of research centres head not more than 5 members chosen by university board in accordance to university head’s recommendations.

(e)  A no. of distinguished professors in the field of scientific research form faculty members not more than seven members appointed by university board for two years renewable by recommendation of university head.

The council meets, issue decree, and consent in accordance to section (35) of the higher education and university council.

Section (6): without conflict with scientific council’s duties and university and section councils, scientific research department council is concerned with the following:

(a)Suggest an annual research plan for the university, and prepare necessary budget to forward to scientific council.

(b)Suggest regulations, rules and procedures of researching in university.

(c)Authorize research projects and studies, follow up, judge, and finance researches conforming to regulations.

(d)Suggest communication methods with different research centres outside university and collaborate with them.

(e)Coordinate work between research centres within university to eliminate duplicity. And encourage mutual researches between departments and between faculties to raise competence and effectiveness of available resources.

(f)  Recommend authorization of publications as it may see after being arbitrated according to university’s arbitration and publishing regulations.

(g)Encourage and motivate   faculty members and researchers to research innovate scientific matters and provide all research means especially for full time researchers and enable them to research in an appropriate scientific atmosphere.

(h)Organize communication with research centres outside university, local and foreign, and develop collaboration with them to benefit from the latest in the field.

(i)Create an information database for current and finished researches inside university and exchange research information with other universities and research centres.

(j)Study the annual report and balance sheet for scientific research activities in university before forwarding it to VD of postgraduate studies and scientific research.

(k)Form specialised committees form members or else as needed.

(l)Study whatever refereed to from university head or VD of postgraduate studies and scientific research.

Section (7): dean of scientific research is responsible for managing financial, administrative, and technical matters related to scientific research within the university in accordance to rules and regulations; His Excellency university VD is concerned with the following:

(a)Supervise annual research plan preparation of the university and required budget before forwarding to department’s council.

(b)Finance from approved research budget within his financial capacities.

(c)Technical and administrative supervision of different department activities and plan, set work plans and follow up implementation.

(d)Supervise, follow up activities, and evaluate research centres’ works related to department of scientific research.

(e)Collaborate and coordinate with organizations, institutes, and local research centres within and outside university and communicate with research organizations and foreign research centres and exploit whatsoever to benefit in upgrading and development of the scientific research movement and technologies.

(f)  Coordinate with postgraduate department in whatever related to accomplishments of postgraduate students in researching and provide all possible means to finish their researches or scientific papers.

(g)Continuous follow up and exert effort to provide financial resources needed for financed researches of university budget or from sectors outside university.

(h)Recommend contracting with researchers, employees, and technicians for certain periods of time form research budgets supervised by department.

(i)   Rectify employee’s performance and reporting to university.

(j)   Prepare department budget and annual report to forward to department council.

Section (8): each research centre following department is managed by:

a)Centre’s council

b)Centre’s head

Each within his capacities.

Section (9): the centre’s council is formed as follows:

a)Centre head, president of council, appoint Saudi faculty members with a decree form university head by recommendation form dean of scientific research and consent of VD of postgraduate studies and scientific research for two years and is awarded financially as department head.

b)A no. of distinguished faculty members in scientific research not more than five years appointed by university head by recommendation from dean of scientific research and consent of VD of postgraduate studies and scientific research for renewable two years.

Section (10): the centre’s council is responsible for all related matters especially:

a)Suggest annual research plan and budget required for research projects.

b)Study and follow up research projects for faculty members and the like.

c)Study research project demanded by entities outside university, choose and follow up researchers, and suggest rewarding for researchers according to regulations.

d)Recommend financing from approved research budget within capacities.

e)Study annual report, balance sheet and centre’s budget and forward it to authorities.

f)Study whatever referred from department of scientific research council.

Section (11): research centre head is responsible for the following:

a)Supervise and follow up researches of faculty members, the like and co-researchers including direct supervision on technical and administrative entities of the centre.

b)Communicate with scientific departments, encourage faculty members to research, coordinate between research projects, and provide all possible means to assist in publishing with highest competency possible.

c)Communicate and coordinate with other research centres inside and outside university in whatsoever related to nature of researches done under centre’s supervision or shall be done for another authority outside university.

d)Prepare annual budget for events before forwarding to centre’s council then to the authorized department.

e)Prepare annual report of centre’s activities and forward to authorized department.

Section (12): the scientific council finance researches by university from budget whether with an initiative from researcher or authorized scientific entities according to approved plan and regulations within the following limits (amounts shall not exceed the stated below):

a)Main researcher with a doctorate degree is awarded an amount of 1200 (one thousand and two hundreds riyals) monthly, and co-researchers with a doctorate degree 1000 (one thousand riyals) each from faculty members and the like during main period specified in research plan.

b)Assistant researchers with a master’s degree are awarded 30 (thirty riyals)/ hour provided that it doesn’t exceed the amount of 800 (eight hundred riyals) per month for not more than three assistants.

c)Assistant researchers who are students, and/or technicians are awarded 20 (twenty riyals)/hour provided that it doesn’t exceed the amount of 600 (six hundred riyals) per month during main period specified in research plan.

d)A consultant from within city is awarded an amount of 500 (five hundred riyals)/day provided that it doesn’t exceed the amount of 7000 (seven thousand riyals) per year.

e)A consultant from outside city is awarded an amount of 1000 (one thousand riyals)/day including housing provided that it doesn’t exceed the amount of 14000 (fourteen thousand riyals) per year in addition to a return ticket.

f)A consultant from outside KSA is awarded an amount of 2000 (two thousand riyals)/day including housing provided that it doesn’t exceed the amount of 20000 (twenty thousand riyals) per year in addition to a return ticket.

g)The above mentioned awards shall not be granted to full time researchers.


Section (13): university head has the right to appoint some of Saudi faculty members to research or study certain items that are not included in publication program provided that the award shall not exceed 10000 (ten thousand riyals) for each research, and a report is forwarded to university council’s head at the end of the year.

Section (14): it’s permitted to provide publishing and promotion services for researches and studies done by a researcher on his own and not included in approved research plan.

Section (15): financially supported researches whether from governmental research entities or else are performed according to these entities’ regulations provided that the scientific council set regulations for implementing as per scientific research department recommendations.

Section (16): taking into considerations regulation of affiliate faculty members from Saudi universities and the like, university council as per recommendations of scientific council sets regulations for researches done by faculty members during his leave for researching.

Section (17): it’s permitted to grant annual incentive awards for distinct researchers, the university as per recommendations from scientific council determines no., standards, and ways to choose these awards.

Section (18): it’s permitted to grant annual incentive awards for distinct researches, the university as per recommendations from scientific council determines no., standards, and ways to choose these awards according to the following:

a)    The research is genuine and innovative and published within the past two years.

b)   The research was done within university and subjected to enforced arbitration system.

c)    The candidate didn’t receive any previous awards.

d)   The research is not deduced from any master or doctorate papers.

Section (19): every award comprise of a certificate of appreciation and a bonus not more than twenty thousand riyals set by university council as per recommendations from scientific council. It’s permitted for more than one researcher to share an award equally.

Section (20): the scientific council sets regulations for nominations for these awards and bonuses granted by the university or announced by other scientific entities or organizations.

Section (21): the researches presented for publication include:

a)    Scientific papers

b)   Scientific researches

c)    Curriculums

d)   Books and references

e)    Translated references, curriculums, or else.

f)      Outcomes

g)   Scientific encyclopaedias and dictionaries.

h)   Whatever the council sees appropriate for publishing.  

Section (22): after consent of scientific council, it’s permitted to publish some of maters’ and doctorate papers which shall benefit in general or related to development goals within KSA.

Section (23): if the paper is written in a foreign language and the council sees it’s important to be published in Arabic, the council sets an award for translation.

Section (24): it’s permitted; for the purpose of publishing consider approved papers in other universities within KSA or outside if it helps university goals.

Section (25): an amount of 8000 (eight thousand riyals) is awarded for publishing a master’s paper and 15000 (fifteen thousand riyals) for doctorate papers.

Section (26): the scientific council reviews whatever presented to it for publication in the university’s name whether it’s a research, book, translation. Or investigation provided that it conforms to university goals and is genuine.

Section (27): the scientific council sets rules and regulations concerning any publications of science mentioned in section (21) herein.

Section (28): the presented product for publications is subject to arbitration from at least two specialities, and the council sets rules and detailed regulations for arbitration, inspection, and review.

Section (29): authors, investigators, and translators are awarded an amount set by scientific council as per arbitrator’s reports according to subject and scientific value provided that it doesn’t exceed 50000 (fifty thousand riyals) per book.

Section (30): bonuses for books or translations for encyclopaedias and books according to plan and approved procedures from the scientific council provided that it doesn’t exceed 50000 (fifty thousand riyals) per volume.

Section (31): an award not more than 2000 (two thousand riyals) per book is granted for persons responsible for inspection or arbitration of books, investigations, or translations whether from within university or outside.

Section (32): an award not more than 2000 (two thousand riyals) per book is granted for proof-readers of books published by university.

Section (33): people participating in arbitration and inspection of scientific outcomes presented for the purpose of promoting are awarded an amount of (500) five hundred riyals for each research provided that the overall amount doesn’t exceed (3000) three thousands riyals.

Section (34): the presenter shall perform all publication trials and full indexes. The university delivers a hundred copy of publication to author.

Section (35): in case of translated product:

a)    The translated product shall be of scientific and applicable tangible usefulness.

b)   The translated product and references are done as it should be for both source and target language.

c)    The translator abides to reviewer’s notes and suggestions.

d)   Obtain copyright for translation and publication from the authorized entities before beginning.

Section (36): the amount received is a waiver of all rights in the book authored, investigated, or translated for a period of five years form date of scientific council’s approval to publish.

Section (37): on republication the following applies:

a)    If the publication is of the scientific project financed by university, the university has bought it copyrights finally, or accomplished by assigned professors; authors have no financial rights on republication.

b)   Publications where university has bought copyrights from authors, an amount not more than the previously paid amount is paid to the author for republication.

Section (38): the university reserve every right to republish publications within a period of five years, if the author added a substantial part to the publication; the council sets an award for the addition after arbitration.

Section (39): after five years form scientific council consent on publishing, copyright transfers to author or his heirs provided that republication is with a special agreement with university.

Section (40): the scientific council may reconsider republication of a publication that was not first published by university if it has a special scientific value; the scientific council sets the award for it.

Section (41): scientific journals are published upon a decision form university council as per scientific council’s recommendations.

Section (42): university council appoints an editing committee as per recommendations of the scientific council; appointment is for two renewable years provided that president and members shall at least be an assistant professor.

Section (43): editing committee is morally liable for journal publications and is responsible for supervising journal’s release and determines no. of copies released.

Section (44): no researches or articles are unless authorized by two specialized arbitrators, at least one of them from outside the university.

Section (45): the scientific council grants an annual award with the amount of (5000) five thousand riyals to chief editor, and (3000) three thousand riyals to every editing member.

Section (46): it’s permitted to pay an amount of (1000) one thousand riyals to writers appointed in university journal for publishing approved scientific research.

Section (47): an amount of (500) five hundred riyals is paid for examining researches presented for publication in arbitrated university journals, research centres, or conventions, and scientific seminars held at university. And proposal for researches applying for funding.

Section (48): editing committee presents a detailed annual report for its activities.




Section (49): without contradiction with rules herein, the scientific council, as per recommendations from scientific research department, detailed regulations and internal rules for researching, publications, and awards for universities, faculties, or institutes, and research centres.

Section (50): regulations herein are enforced from date of approval of higher education council, and overrule any past regulations.

Section (51): higher education council preserves the right to interpretation of regulations here in.




Executive regulation for researching


Medical and biological medical committee


Scientific research funding resources


UQU funding resources:

Scientific research and revival of Islamic legacy institute

Research and consultancy study institute

Science and Technology Unit

Coordination and follow up unit at King Abdulaziz science and technology city.



Other funding resources:

King Abdulaziz science and technology city.

King Abdullah international medical research centre.

King Faisal research and Islamic studies centre.

Almaraay award for innovation

Arab organization for science and technology.

Harvard-Dubai foundation for medical researches.

International health organization.



Download “external funding resources for scientific research and how to get it”, His Excellency Dr. Faisal Alallaf, science and technology manager – press here, (power point presentation)

Download “how to write a successful research scholarship for strategic technology program” His Excellency Dr. Faisal Alallaf, science and technology manager – press here, (power point presentation)



Research outcome for faculty members:


  • Beyari MM. The effect of two different oral hygiene protocols on the gingival health of overdenture abutments. Egyptian Dental Journal. 2010;56:819-824.



  • Beyari MM. Effect of polishing the fitting surface of the complete denture on the oral mucosa. Cairo Dental Journal. 2010;26:553-558.


  • Beyari MM. Mucosal condition under distal extention partial denture bases made of two different materials . Accepted in Oxford Research Forum Journal. 2010


  • El-Fasakhany FM, Mona MM, Hussain ME, Beyari MM, Abou-Elnoeman SA. Paraoxonase 1 (PON1) Glu 192 Arg Gene polymorphism and serum Paraoxonase Activity in rheumatoid arthritis among Egyptians. Tanta Medical Sciences Journal. 2010;5:103-111.












  • Abd El Sattar E. Evaluation of Alendronate on bone healing around Tatanium implant: a computerized, histopathologic and digital radiographic study. Al-Azhar Journal of Dental Science 2003;6:119-128.



  • Serag S, Abd El Sattar E. Effects of host modulating drug (Periostat)® as adjunctive therapy in management of diabetic patients with chronic periodontitis. Al-Azhar Journal of Dental Science 2003;6:103-117.


  • El Gammal L, Abd El Sattar E. The Structural Changes of Periodntally Involved Root Surface in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: Scanning Electron Microscope and Electron Probe Analysis. Egyptian Dental Journal 2003;49:659-667.


  • Abd El Sattar E. Comparison of an enamel matrix derivative used alone or in combination with demineralized freeze-dried bone allograft for the treatment periodontal osseous defects in humans: a clinical and digitized radiographic analysis. Egyptian Dental Journal 2002;48:1935-1944.





  • Abd El Sattar E, El Zefzaf E. Serum and gingival crevicular fluid levels of TNF-a in smoking associated periodontal disease with the effect of conventional periodontal treatment. Egyptian Dental Journal 2001;47:1773-1784.





Research interests of faculty members:

Below is a list of faculty members of faculty of dentistry and their research interest to encourage medical research movement in faculty with cooperation with other universities in UQU, and local and international universities, in addition to a link to each member’s personal web page.


Faculty member

Research interests

Eman Abdulsatar Abdulmajeed tella

  • Prevalenceand Distribution of gingival and periodontal Diseases in Children andAdult Population in Mecah Region of Saudi Arabia


  • Enhancing bone healing (e.g. PRP, growth factors, bone graft& bone morophogentic protein): Around Immediate Dental Implant


  • Recent treatment modalities of chronicand  aggressive Periodontitis


  • Guided  tissue and bone regeneration for the treatment of  gingival recession and furcation involvement


  • Uses of different local chemotherapeutic agent as adjunctive toperiodontal therapy
Raed Abdulrahman noori gestenah

  • Medical education (self-education in specific and methodologies based in education outcome and curriculum development)
Salwa Abdulmajeed Isaac dehlawi

  • Cell to extracellular matrix interactions in wound healing Periodontal disease pathogenesis
  • Site development prior to implant therapy
  • Sinus grafting clinical research
Suhail Salem Abdulkader Yagmal

  •  SystematicReviewsSurgical randomizedcontrolled trials
  • Surgical education (postgraduate education)
  •   Surgical simulation
  •   Fracture healing
Fathi Muhammad Muhammad Alfasakhany


Faisal Ahmad Khaleel Alallaf

  • Genetics and creating viral and non-viral treatment carriers
  •   Usage of stem cells in treatments.
Muhammad Khaled Ahmad Mahmoud

  •  uses of CBCT in: acurate 3 -D diagnosis of bony lesions in themaxillofacial regionimplant site assessmentlocalization of inferior dental canalmultiplanar 3D images of TMJcondition of the maxillofacial complex, and accurate real size OPG
  • Safety and protection from the newly developed radiographic techniques
  •   Updating of radiographic course according to requirements of‏ ‏Quality Assurance
Muhammad Muhammad Mustafa Beyari

  •  Dental implant ology, and in particular implant biomechanics, and basic implant/host interactions
  • Quantitative scanning electron microscopy and computer modelling of the properties of impression materials
  •   Viruses infection and their manifestation in the oral cavity
  •   Studying multiple infection of herpes viruses and their effect in human
Mahmoud Alsayed Muhammad Khaleefa

MAha Muhammad Mahmoud Ali

  • Updates in Diagnosis and Management of: immune mediated oral lesions & pre-cancerous oral lesions
  • The Use of natural plant extract in treatment of Oral lesions.
  • Application of nanotechnology in Oral Medicine
Huda Abdulwahab Sameh Kounsa

  • Regeneration of dental and paradental tissues
  •   Wound healing
Hanady Ahmad Fathallah Lemfon

  • Removable prosthesis (Complete or partial)
  • Jointresearch with any other dental branch like oral medicine (Denture‏ ‏associated stomatitis as a biofilm),periodontology (effect of clasps of‏ ‏RPD, or gingival health and RPD, or implant associated inflammation in‏ ‏biofilms)
Faculty member

Research interests

Afnan Anas Muhammad Saeid Nassar

  • Epidemiology of oral disease in Saudi community specially in Makkah.
  • ‏ ‏The effect‏ ‏of Hyper Baric Oxygen‏ ‏Therapy‏ ‏and its use for healing of oral tissues
  •   Sources and uses of stern cells for oral tissue damaged replacement
Ala Waleed Abdulsalam Alkotb

  •  Oral biology in relation to implatology
  • Oral surgeries
  • Dental implants
Ehab Talal Hassan Azab

  • Periodontal diseases risk factors‏ ‏
  • ‏ ‏Association between periodontal diseases and systemic diseases
  • Periodontal tissue preparation for implantlogy
  • ‏ ‏Laser and Periodontal therapy
  • Plastic Periodontal Surgeries
Khaled Talal Abdulallah Abushamat

  •   Medical Education
  •  Medical Innovation‏ ‏
  •   Islamic Medical Civilization
Reham Eissa Ramadan Alhertany

  •  Child psychology and behavior management
  •   Career and professional development of the dental team
  •   New technologies in learning and teaching in dentistry
  • The evaluation of oral and other dental health services
  •   Mucosal vaccines research
Sarah Wagdy Hassan Taher

  • Craniofacial imaging
  •   Cleft lip and palate
  •   Oral biology
  • Dental education‏ ‏
Shahenaz Nabil Muhammad Sembawa

Abdulrahman Moheldeen Ezo Alhelw

Abdulallah Abdulrahman Amin Merghalany

  •  Application of epidemiology and biostatistics to promote health and prevent diseases
Abdulallah Abdulraheem Abdulkhalek Goldar

Ala Zohair Abdullah Meky

Amer Muhammad Memrezy Rahmat Bukhara

Maysa Zakaria Yehia Khokha

  •   ‏ ‏Orthodontic‏ ‏treatment of special need and developmentally disabled patients
  • Orthodontics‏ ‏and community-based issues (e.g. Quality of orthodontic care services‏ ‏in our community, Socioeconomic and psychological determinants of oral‏ ‏health status and cost of care)‏ )‏
  • ‏ ‏Airway problems in children and its relation to malocclusion
  • Aesthetics in orthodontics
Hetaf Samer Abdulhay

  • Dental Biomaterial Especially Esthetic dental material
  •   Application of Nanotechnology in Esthetic dental material
Wael Essam Muhammad Naghmoor

  •  Techniques in Dental Implantology and Related Surgical Procedures
  • Periodontal Tissue Regeneration
  • Relationship between Periodontal and Systemic Diseases
  • Medical Education
Wad Fahmy Asaad Khayat

  •   Cariology and caries prevention
  •   Properties of esthetic restorative materials‏ (‏composite resin- nanocomposite- porcelain- bonded restorative materials and bonding agents)



Research models