Poster session

Visitors are welcome to attend the poster session which is part of our event. Posters will be displayed in the open area next to the Ravi Samtaney Faculty Lounge on the ground floor of the University Library. 

Browse over 30 posters focused on smart-health-related research conducted by our faculty members

Presentations timings are: 

  • November 2:  from 11:30 to 14:00 and 16:30 to 18:00
  • November 3:  from 11:30 to 13:00 

Poster listing

Prof. Antonio Adamo

  • Identification of the molecular mechanisms conferring protection from type two diabetes onset in a Saudi patient knock out for the glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor (GLP1R-/-)
  • An iPSC-based disease-modeling approach to study Klinefelter Syndrome in a unique cohort of Saudi patients

Prof. Stefan T. Arold

  • Integrative Rare Loss of function (LOF) Variant Analysis for hundreds of phenotypes in the Saudi Population (with Profs Xin Gao and Jesper Tegnér)
  • De novo proteins from rice have a potential for forming structured entities

Prof. Ahmed Eltawil

  • Towards Human Healthcare Based on Capacitive Coupling Human Body Communication
  • Facilitating Energy Efficient networks for Internet of Bodies

Prof. Wolfgang Fischle

  • Defining epigenetic regulatory mechanisms of human heat stress response with and without heatstroke - a pilot study

Prof. Imed Gallouzi

  • The HuR/YB1 complex promotes myogenesis by stabilizing pro-myogenic mRNAs containing a consensus U-rich motif in their 3’UTR
  • Generation and biobanking of human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to study muscle development and disease

Prof. Xin Gao

  • Exploring the Polygenic Risk Score (PRS) for Common Multifactorial Disorders in Saudi Arabia

Prof. Charlotte Hauser

  • 3D in vitro Parkinson's disease model using biomimetic ultrashort self-assembling peptides
  • Functionalized Self-Assembling Peptide Hydrogel for Three-Dimensional Biomimetic Culturing of Bone Marrow Stem Cells
  • 3D Bioprinting of Peptide-based Engineered Cylindrical Structures for Trachea Regeneration
  • From Sustainable Coral Restoration to Sustainable Bone Grafting
  • En Route to a Next-Gen Diagnostic Tool: Peptide-based Biofunctional Matrix for Colorectal Cancer Organoid Culture
  • Fused Peptide Epitopes to Enhance the Sensitivity, Specificity, and Accuracy for SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Detection

Prof. Lukasz Jaremko

  • Establishing a novel platform with the enhancement of signals and resolution on human samples: Enhanced NMR metabolomics tackling variants of uncertain significance in Saudi population
  • Targeting BTB domain proteins for cancer drug development
  • Flap Endonuclease1: Characterizations and Interactions
  • FEN1 as a target for confining oncogenesis

Prof. Mariusz Jaremko

  • Precise and Comprehensive NMR-based Metabolomics Profiling in Saudi Patients with known or suspected Inborn Errors of Metabolism

Prof. Niveen Khashab

  • Precision Agriculture for Sustainable Crop Biofortification
  • Precision Medicine for Cancer Immunotherapy

Prof. Jasmeen Merzaban

  • A glycosyltransferase-based machine learning model for pan-cancer type, subtype, and survival prediction
  • Investigating the Effects of Fucosylation on Stem Cell Signaling, Cycling, and Differentiation in CD34+-Mobilized Human Peripheral Blood
  • Structural bioinformatics: tools at your fingertips to help you expand your research!
  • Cisplatin-induced differentiation of AML cells: a new role for an old friend
  • Acute Myeloid Leukemia cells transfer chemoresistance through their derived exosomes
  • Mucins, microvilli and migration: controlling adhesion of leukemic stem cells in flow

Prof. Valerio Orlando

  • Circulating miRNAs as Potential Diagnostic Biomarker for NAFLD/NASH related Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) in Saudi Population
  • Generation of Human Liver Organoids as a model to recapitulate NAFLD/NASH disease and study the interplay between repetitive elements expression and inflammation

Prof. Arnab Pain

  • Implementation of Metagenomics Technologies to Revolutionize Solid Organ Transplantation: Toward a Safer Transplantation
  • Dengue/COVID-19 – that is funded through KSHI

Prof. Atif Shamim

  • Affordable and Gentle-to-Skin Fully Screen-Printed Wearable ECG Electrodes and Miniaturized Wireless ECG System for Personal Health Monitoring
  • Printed Wristband for Remote Monitoring of Skin Temperature