Dr. Rimah Saleem

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Dr Rimah holds PhD in Cell Biology from King's College London, an MSc in Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research, and a BSc in Biochemistry. She is a faculty member at Alfaisal University and is involved in teaching and research. She supervises MSc students and teaches undergraduate and graduate students. She focuses her research on understanding the pathological mechanisms involved in salivary gland disorders and exploring methods for gland regeneration.

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Micronutrient Status Assessment in Saudi Patients Prior to Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: A Retrospective Study

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Saleem, R. . (2023). Micronutrient Status Assessment in Saudi Patients Prior to Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: A Retrospective Study. Nutrición clínica.

Identification of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator gene (CFTR) variants

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Almaghamsi, T. ., Attiyah, W. B., Bahasan, M. ., Alotaibi, B. A., AlAhmadi, S. F., Hanbazazh, M. ., … Hawsawi, Y. . (2023). Identification of cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator gene (CFTR) variants. Saudi Medical Journal.

Dietary trends and obesity in Saudi Arabia

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Alhusseini, N. ., Alsinan, N. ., Almutahhar, S. ., Khader, M. ., Tamimi, R. ., Elsarrag, M. I., … Alabadi-Bierman, A. . (2023). Dietary trends and obesity in Saudi Arabia. Frontiers in Public Health.

Caenorhabditis elegans as an In Vivo Model for the Discovery and Development of Natural Plant-Based Antimicrobial Compounds

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Zarroug, S. H. O., Bajaman, J. S., Hamza, F. ., Saleem, R. ., & Abdalla, H. . (2023). Caenorhabditis elegans as an In Vivo Model for the Discovery and Development of Natural Plant-Based Antimicrobial Compounds. Pharmaceuticals , MDPI.

Added sugar intake among the saudi population

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Alhusseini, N. ., Ramadan, M. ., Aljarayhi, S. ., Arnous, W. ., Abdelaal, M. ., Dalati, B. ., … Saleem, R. . (2023). Added sugar intake among the saudi population. PLOS ONE.

The Role of mTOR and Injury in Developing Salispheres

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Saleem, R. . (2023). The Role of mTOR and Injury in Developing Salispheres. Biomedicine.

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