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Faculty of Clinical Pharmacy

The Faculty of Clinical Pharmacy at Al Baha University in Al Baha City was established according to the Royal decision 5088 on 7 / 8 / 1432 H. It is located in Al Baha region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with its main campus in Al Aqiq province, about 30 km away from Al Baha town. The faculty was established for the improvement of the health services and the advancement of the pharmacy profession and to cope with the educational policy of the kingdom, which is distinguished by applying the most advances in the technology and sciences in various fields. The study began in faculty in the academic year 1432/1433 H to the male section while the female section started in the academic year 1438/1439 H.

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Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

About the Department

The Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department at the faculty of Clinical Pharmacy at Al Baha University was established in 1432 AH. Since that date, the department, along with other departments, at the faculty aims to prepare pharmacists to provide pharmaceutical and health services to all society members in both public and private sectors. The department has also kept pace with several modifications in its study plans in line with previous modifications occurred in the Clinical Pharmacy faculty study plan.

Vision

Distinction and leadership in pharmaceutical education through introducing the science of pharmacology, toxicology and Medicinal chemistry and its branches and practical applications.

Mission

The Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department seeks a distinction in teaching for all department’s courses, providing learning experiences for male and female students, and giving a comprehensive information’s in various field of Pharmacology, Toxicology, Medicinal Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, as well as interest in scientific research to serve the community in order to achieve the faculty’s mission.

Goals

  • Providing students with the principles and the basic concepts regarding the department's subjects to acquire the essential knowledge and skills.
  • Building a new generation of distinguished pharmacists and permit to them to gain experience in pharmaceutical sciences through innovation and distinction in theoretical and practical education in the field of patient care and public health.
  • Cooperating with other departments at faculty to achieve the faculty mission.
  • Serving the community by participating in various scientific activities that lead to the development and advancement of health care.

Courses offered by the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Serial

Code No.

Subject

Units

Contact

Hours

1

20042121

General Chemistry

3

4

2

20042122

Organic Chemistry

3

4

3

20042211

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

4

5

4

20042212

Biochemistry-1

2

2

5

20042213

Medical Terminology-1

1

1

6

20042221

Biochemistry-2

3

4

7

20042222

Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

3

4

8

20042223

Medical Terminology-2

1

1

9

20042311

Pharmacology-1

4

5

10

20042312

Medicinal Chemistry-1

3

3

11

20042313

Biostatistics

2

2

12

20042314

Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition

2

2

13

20042321

Medicinal Chemistry-2

3

4

14

20042322

Pharmacology-2

4

5

15

20042411

Pharmacology-3

3

3

16

20042412

Medicinal Chemistry-3

3

3

17

20042521

Toxicology

2

2

Total

45 (37+8)

53

Staff Members of the Pharmaceutical Chemistry department

No.

Name

Specialization

Academic Rank

E-mail address

1

Dr. Abdulaziz Alzahrani

(Please click here)

Immunopharmacology

Assistant Professor

alzahraniaar@bu.edu.sa

2

Dr. Ali Alquraini

(Please click here)

Pharmacology

Assistant Professor

aalquraini@bu.edu.sa

3

Dr. Adel Alghamdi

(Please click here)

Pharmacology and toxicology

Assistant Professor

ai.alghamdi@bu.edu.sa

4

Dr. Amani Rehab

(Please click here)

Biochemistry

Assistant Professor

a.rehab@bu.edu.sa

5

Dr. Jawhar Abdelhak

(Please click here)

Chemistry

Associate Professor

jabdelhak@bu.edu.sa

6

Dr. Khader Alatwai

(Please click here)

Cardiovascular pharmacology

Assistant Professor

kalatwai@bu.edu.sa

7

Dr. Karim Naghmouchi

(Please click here)

Biochemistry

Associate Professor

knaghmouchi@bu.edu.sa

8

Dr. Leila Taher

(Please click here)

Chemistry

Assistant Professor

l.altaher@bu.edu.sa

9

Prof. Mostafa

Hussein (Please click here)

Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry

Professor

mhussein@bu.edu.sa

10

Dr. Sayed Ali (Please click here)

Pharmacology and toxicology

Assistant Professor

s.aliul@bu.edu.sa

11

Mr. Aali Alqarni

Pharmacology

Lecturer

aalialqarni@bu.edu.sa

12

Mr. Abdulhakim Alhamoudi

Clinical pharmacology

Lecturer

aalhamoudi@bu.edu.sa

13

Mr. Abdulrahman Alhomyani

Pharmacology

Lecturer

aalhomyani@bu.edu.sa

14

Mr. Abdulatif Alqhtani

Medicinal chemistry

Lecturer

aalqhtani@bu.edu.sa

15

Ms. Iman Alahmari

Pharmacology

Demonstrator

em.s@bu.edu.sa

16

Mr. Mohammed Alnokhali

Biochemistry

Demonstrator

malnokhali@bu.edu.sa

17

Mr. Mohammed Alahmari

Pharmacology

Lecturer

malahmari@bu.edu.sa

18

Mr. Talal Alrobaie

Medicinal chemistry

Demonstrator

talrobaie@bu.edu.sa

Contact us

Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Dr. Abdulaziz Alzahrani (Please click here)

University Main Campus, Building 2, office S137
Email: alzahraniaar@bu.edu.sa

Extension: 14875