Dr. Walaa Mohammedsaeed was graduated in 2008 from the Saudi University, King Abdul-Aziz Universityin Jeddah with a BSc in Clinical Biochemistry with first class honours. In 2010 she graduated from the University of Manchester with an MSc in Clinical Biochemistry. In April 2011 she joined the School of Medicine at the University of Manchester on registration for the PhD programme that was completedin 2014. Currently, she is working at Taibah University as Assistant Professor in Clinical Biochemistry in Medical Applied science Collage. She is also the Vice chairman of Medical Laboratory Technology department.
She describes himself as self-motivated, organized and capable of working under pressure. She has a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving and a drive to see things through to completion. She enjoys working on her own initiative or in a team. In short, she is reliable, trustworthy, and hardworking. She is an energetic and enthusiastic person who enjoys a challenge and achieving personal goals. The opportunity to learn new skills and work with new technologies is particularly attractive to him.
Bacterial physiology and ecology as it relates to human health and disease and to clinical/environmental persistence and characterization of microbial communities in skin especially skin flora/ microbiota and understand interactions between bacteria and the host; Wound processes and skin microbiota; Cell adhesion; Extracellular matrix and inflammation to delayed tissue repair in the elderly or diabetic people; The effect of skin flora on wound healing process; General biochemistry projects.