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said younes khatib
Department of physiology and Biochemistry - Faculty Member

  • Ph.D. of فسيولوجيا وكيمياء حيوية from University of London, 1984
  • Bsc. of فسيولوجيا وكيمياء حيوية from University of London, 1979
  • "Ca2+ sensitivity of skinned ventricular cardiac muscle and expression of cardiac myosin heavy chain isoforms in hibernating versus active frogs", Comparative Clinical Pathology
  • "MicroRNAs 33, 122, and 208: a potential novel targets in the treatment of obesity, diabetes, and heart-related diseases", Journal of physiology and biochemistry
  • "Recall of physiology knowledge among medical interns: an exploratory study in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia", Advan Physiol Educ - American Physiological Society
  • "The Impact of Coexistence of Smoking and Diabetes on the Coronary Artery Severity and Outcomes following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: Results from the 1ST Jordanian PCI Registry", International Journal of Vascular Medicine
  • "The ability of phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors sildenafil and ordonafil to reverse L -NAME induced cardiac hypertrophy in the rabbit: possible role of calcineurin and p38", Can J. Physiol & Pharmacol
  • Head of Department, Department of Physiology, Sep 2004 - Sep 2009
  • Faculty Member, Department of physiology and Biochemistry, Sep 1986 - Present
  • Faculty Member, Yarmouk University, Sep 1984 - Sep 1986
  • Professor of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine King Fahad MedicalCity, Saudi Arabia, Aug 2010- Aug 2016
  • Assocuate professor, Amman Ahlia University, Jordan, Sep 1994- Sep 1996
  • ADVANCED GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
  • ADVANCED HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY
  • ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHYSIOLOGY
  • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PULMONARY-CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
  • CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY
  • COMPREHENSIVE EXAM
  • ENDOCRINOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION
  • GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
  • HEMATOLOGY AND RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY
  • HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
  • HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (LAB)
  • INDEPENDENT STUDY
  • PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
  • PHYSIOANATOMY
  • PHYSIOANATOMY LAB
  • PHYSIOLOGY (I)
  • PHYSIOLOGY (LAB)
  • RENAL AND BODY FLUID PHYSIOLOGY
  • SEMINAR