Dr Samar Al-Saggaf is Vice Rector for Health Affair at Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University.
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Dr. Samar Alsaggaf is Vice Rector of Health Affairs and Acting Vice Rector of Educational Affairs at Princess Nourah University.
As the first female Anatomist in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dr. Alsaggaf has made significant contributions to the field of Medical Education and Research. She has authored 38 medical publications, written several books and has led numerous government-funded scientific research projects. Her exceptional leadership qualities have earned her seats in countless scientific and social committees and advisory groups.
She is the former Dean of Students and Vice Dean of Medical College at King Abdulaziz University.
Dr. Alsaggaf holds a Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery from King Abdul Aziz University (1988), a Master’s degree in Anatomy and Embryology (1993) and Doctorate of Philosophy in Anatomy and Embryology from King Saud University (1996). She also earned a Certificate of Medical Education from the University of Illinois (2009).
As a Physician, Dr. Alsaggaf gained a specialization in Anatomy, Embryology, and Histology with an expertise in the development of the Nervous System.
Prior to joining Princess Nourah University, Dr. Alsaggaf served as the Director of the Department of Medical and Health Science Programs at the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) to the United States in Washington, D.C. Her mentorship at SACM earned her the informal title “The Mother of Saudi Students” by the students themselves.
Dr. AlSaggaf is an enthusiastic advocate for women’s programs and medical curriculum development. She has an excellent track record managing grand projects and facilitating and bridging the gap between East and West.
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