Saudi Scholarship Students Excel in Scientific, Research Fields at Elite Universities

Saudi students on scholarship at elite universities in Boston, USA, have achieved scientific and research distinction, along with national contributions, reflecting the success of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques’ foreign scholarship program.

The graduates of these universities distinguished themselves at the scientific level, with specific specializations that constitute a national source, including: epidemiology, biomedical engineering, human medicine, occupational therapy, chemistry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering, data analysis, computer science, law, economics, finance, business administration, dentistry, education, etc.

Dr. Shaima Hamid Al-Zaidi, sent from Taif University to Harvard University for a residency program in clinical pharmacy with a specialty in critical care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She participated in several conferences and published specialized scientific research.

Dr. Raghda Al-Shaibani, a scholarship student from Princess Nourah University to Boston University, won first place in the scientific poster competition at the university’s College of Dentistry in 2023. She also won third place in the John J. Sharry research competition at the American College of Prosthodontics 2023 conference.

Dr. Mai Hassan Al-Arini contributed to several research projects while completing her board level in dermatology and surgery at Tufts University Hospital. She published a research paper on a systematic review that aids in diagnosing skin diseases. She also presented cases of success in using biological needles to treat rare bullous skin diseases.

Dr. Kholoud Al-Muqbel, who was sent on scholarship from Princess Noura bint Abdul Rahman University and King Abdullah University Hospital to Boston University to study a fellowship in geriatric dentistry and community dentistry, was distinguished during her studies by receiving several awards, including the Leverett Graduate Student Merit Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dentistry Public Health.

Sarah Bint Mahfouz, a graduate of the Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, received two awards. The first is the Lucius N. Littauer Award for her contribution to the Harvard Kennedy School community. Her achievements include establishing a training partnership between UNESCO and the Center for International Development at the Kennedy School.

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