The Health Sciences Research Grant Program (HSRGP) is a program that supports, finances, and manages health research and studies specializing in the areas of women's, children's, and adolescents' health in coordination with PNU's Vice Rectorate for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research and the research centers at the University's health colleges. Its research strategic plan focuses on the following research priorities:
a. Basic science research
b. Applied health science research
c. Epidemiological and community-based studies (questionnaires and surveys)
d. Interventional and non-interventional clinical research.
2. Objectives (Scope of Work)
· Supporting health science researchers, both staff and students, at PNU and KAAUH.
· Improving the quality and quantity of published health studies and research at PNU.
· Managing and monitoring research projects supported by PNU and KAAUH.
· Promoting a scientific research culture across PNU and KAAUH through the utilization of the HSRC's research facilities.
· Assessing researchers throughout the study period in terms of planning, execution, and closure of their HSRGP-supported research.
· Providing the services and resources necessary for the support of researchers and the development of their research capabilities.
· Health research grants
· Management of research projects
· Supporting researchers and facilitating their research journey by offering the best services in collaboration with all departments at HSRC (data clinic, research laboratories, training services).
4. Research Grants of 2019
|#||Research Proposal Title||(PI)|
Kidney and Vascular Injuries Secondary to Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Protective Role of Heme Oxygenase-1 and Its inducers, Simvastatin and Resveratrol Compared to Metformin
|Dr. Amal Dawood|
Lifestyle behaviors and dietary habits of Saudi adolescents living in Riyadh:
Revisited after a ten-year period
|Dr. Hazzaa M. Al-Hazzaa|
|3||Mesenchymal stem cells transplantation in an animal model of aging brain||Dr. Gehan Akabawy|
|4||The Prevalence of Different Potential CYP 450 Genotypes in Schizophrenia Patients and its Correlation with Antipsychotics' Therapeutic and Side effects: a Cross-sectional Study in the Saudi Population||Dr. Sireen Shilbaya|
Searching for a promising strategy for treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma in females using safe natural extracts derived from insects and bacteria isolated from Saudi habitats
|Dr. Areej Al-Khalaf|
|6||Prognostic effect of vitamin D deficiency on diabetes and hypertension in Saudi female patients||Dr. Faten Alradini|
|7||Evaluation of antimicrobial drugs prescribing among pregnant women in a Saudi tertiary hospital||Dr. Badriyaj Alotaibi|
|8||Knowledge, attitude, and practice of healthcare providers regarding pelvic floor dysfunction in Riyadh region||Dr. Haifaa Malaekah|
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