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About the PNU Rector

Prof. Einas bint Suleiman bin Mohammed Al-Eisa

 

Work Experience:

  1. Prof. Einas bint Suleiman bin Mohammed Al-Eisa

     

    Work Experience:

    ​-Rector of Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University.

    -Prof. of Health Rehabilitation Sciences Department - King Saud University.

    -Consultant of Health Rehabilitation.

     

    Education:

    • -Ph.D. in Anatomy and Neurobiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Dalhousie, Halifax, Canada, 2004.
    • -M.A. in Physiotherapy, Faculty of Science, Medical Sciences Program, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 1999.
    • -B.Sc. in Health Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1996.

     

    Academic Awards:

    • -The Award of the mission of the Cooperative Research of Harvard, 2008.
    • -Scientific Excellence Award in Health Care Research, Harvard, 2007.
    • -Degree of scientific excellence in the PhD Comprehensive Exam, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 2002.
    • -First-class honors - King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1996.
    • -Degree of scientific excellence- King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1995.
    • -Fourth place for high school graduates in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1991.

     

    Executive Positions:

    • -Rector of Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, 23/03/2019.
    • -Vice Dean of King Saud University for Female students Affairs, from 2015 until 22/03/2019.
    • -Dean of the Departments of Science and Medical Studies, 2011:2015.
    • -Assistant Vice President of Educational and Academic Affairs, 2010:2014.
    • -Advisor to His Excellency the Rector of King Saud University, 2011:2012.
    • -Vice Dean of the Departments of Science and Medical Studies, 2009:2011.
    • -Vice Dean of the College of Nursing, 2007:2009.

     

    Academic Experience:

    • -Prof. at College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, from 2018 to date.
    • -Associate Professor at College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 2013: 2018.
    • -Assistant Professor of College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 2004: 2013.
    • -Teaching Assistant, Department of Anatomy Faculty of Medicine, University of Dalhousie, Halifax, Canada, 2002:2004.
    • -Lecturer, Health Rehabilitation Sciences Department, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, 1997: 2004.

     

    Clinical Experience:

    • -Rehabilitation Consultant, King Saud University, from 2005 to date.
    • -Rehabilitation Consultant, Part-time Consultant, the Rehabilitation Hospital of King Fahad Medical City (KFMC), 2005:2009.

     

    Professional and Councils Membership:

    • -Chairperson of the founding team of the NATIONAL OBSERVATORY FOR WOMEN in Development, King Saud University, from 2018 to date.
    • -Member of the Steering Committee of the National Observatory of Labor - Human Resources Development Fund - Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MLSD), from 2018 to date.
    • -Honorary Membership of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Society for Special Education, King Saud University, from 2018 to date.
    • -Member of the Advisory Committee of the Center for Promising Research and Women's Studies, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University, from 2018 to date.
    • -Member of the Board of Directors of the Public Education Evaluation Commission, from 2016 to date.
    • -Member of the Advisory Committee of the Coordinating Council for Women's Work - Council of Saudi Chambers, from 2016 to date.
    • -Member of the Board of Directors of ALGhad youth Association, from 2015 to date.
    • -Member of the Consultative Authority of Makkah Region Development Authority, Emirate Makkah Region, from 2012 to date.
    • -Member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Research and Studies, Ministry of Education, 2012: 2014.
    • -Member of the editorial board of the scientific periodical (World Journal of Orthopaedics), 2012: 2014.
    • -Member of the Steering Council for Women's Work - Ministry of Labor, 2012: 2014.
    • -Member of the Council of Prince Salman Center for Entrepreneurship, 2012: 2013.
    • -Member of the Council of King Saud University, from 2011 to date.
    • -Member of the Advisory Board - Saudi Alzheimer's Disease Association, from 2011 to date.
    • -Member of the Board of Prince Naïf Bin Abdulaziz Health Research Center (PNHRC), 2011: 2014.
    • -Member of the Research Council - King Salman Center for Disability Research, 2008: 2010.
    • -Member of Research center, Deanship of Scientific Research, King Saud University, 2006: 2011.
    • -Member of the Board of Directors of Saudi Physiotherapy Association, King Saud University, 2006:2008.

     

    Selected Publications:

    • -Alghadir AH, Al-Eisa E, Anwer S, Sarkar B (2008). Reliability, validity, and responsiveness of three scales for measuring balance in patients with chronic stroke. BMC Neurol; 18(1):141
    • -Al-Eisa E & Buragdda S (2017). Health Literacy and Fear Avoidance Beliefs among Women with Chronic Low Back Pain. Physical Medicine Rehabilitation, 27:95-99
    • -Al-Ghadir A, Gabr S, Al-Eisa E, & Al-Ghadir M (2016). Correlation between bone mineral density and serum trace elements in response to supervised aerobic training in older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging; 11: 265–273
    • -Anwer S, Al-Ghadir A, Zafar H, & Al-Eisa E (2016). Effect of whole body vibration training on quadriceps muscle strength in individuals with knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Physiotherapy; 102: 145–151
    • -Al-Eisa E et al. (2016). Exercise intervention as a protective modulator against metabolic disorders in cigarette smokers. Journal of Physical Therapy Science; 28: 983–991
    • -Alghadir A, Zafar H, Iqbal Z, & Al-Eisa E (2016). Effect of sitting postures and shoulder position on the cervicocephalic kinesthesia in healthy young males. Somatosensory & Motor Research; 33(2): 93-98
    • -Al-Ghadir, Gabr S, Anwer S & Al-Eisa E (2016). Fatigue and oxidative stress response to physical activity in type 2 diabetic patients. International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries; 36(1):59–64
    • -Al-Ghadir A, Gabr S, & Al-Eisa E (2016).Cellular fibronectin response to supervised moderate aerobic training in patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Physical Therapy Science; 28: 1092–1099
    • -Al-Eisa et al. (2015). Predictors of global job satisfaction among Saudi physiotherapists: A descriptive study. Annals of Saudi Medicine; 35(1): 46-50
    • -Al-Ghadir A, Gabr S, & Al-Eisa E (2015). Assessment of the effects of glutamic acid decarboxylase antibodies and trace elements on cognitive performance in older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging; 10: 1901–1907
    • -Al-Ghadir A, Gabr S, & Al-Eisa E (2015). Physical activity and lifestyle effects bone mineral density among young adults: sociodemographic and biochemical analysis. Journal of Physical Therapy Science; 27: 2261–2270
    • -Al-Rashed L & Al-Eisa E (2015). Effectiveness of Non-Pain-Contingent Spine Rehabilitation in Females with Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; 3:260. doi:10.4172/2329-9096
    • -Zafar H, Alghadir A, Anwer S, & Al-Eisa E (2015). Therapeutic Effects of Whole-Body Vibration Training in Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; 96:1525-32
    • -Al-Eisa E, Buragadda S, & Melam GR (2014) Association between physical activity and psychological status among Saudi female students. BMC Psychiatry, 14:238
    • -Al-Eisa E, Alghadir A, Hamzeh A, & Alghwiri A (2014). Diabetes risk 10 years forecast in the capital of Saudi Arabia: Canadian Diabetes Risk Assessment Questionnaire (CANRISK) Perspective. Biomedical Research; 25 (1):88-96
    • -Al-Sobayel H, Al-Eisa E, Buragadda S, & Melam GR (2014). Rehabilitation Services in Saudi Arabia: An Overview of its Current Structure and Future Challenges. Journal of General Practice; 2(6): doi.org/10.4172/2329-9126.1000184
    • -Al- Eisa E et al. (2013). Association between Physical Activity and Insomnia among Saudi female college students. Journal of Physical Therapy Science; 25:1479–1482
    • -Al-Eisa E & Al-Abbad H (2013). Occupational Back Pain among Rehabilitation Nurses in Saudi Arabia: The Influence of Knowledge and Awareness. Workplace Health & Safety; 61(9):401-407
    • -Al-Eisa E & Al-Khudeir R (2013). Applicability of the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory among Saudi children. Disability and Rehabilitation; 36(8): 658-664
    • -Al-Eisa E, Buragadda S, & Melam GR (2013). Effect of therapy ball seating on learning and sitting discomfort among Saudi female students. BioMed Research International; 153-165
    • -Al-Eisa E & Smith L (2013). Governance in Saudi Higher Education. Book Chapter in: Smith L & Abouammoh A (eds); Higher Education in Saudi Arabia, Volume 40 of the series Higher Education Dynamics; pp 27-35, Springer Science
    • -Al-Eisa E et al. (2012). Work related musculoskeletal disorders: Causes, prevalence and response among Egyptian and Saudi physical therapists. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research; 12(4):523-529
    • -Al-Eisa E & Al-Sobayel H (2012). Physical Activity and health beliefs among Saudi women. Journal of Nutrition & Metabolism; 10.1155/2012/642187
    • -Al-Eisa E (2010). Indicators of adherence to physiotherapy attendance among Saudi Female patients with mechanical low back pain: a clinical audit. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders; 11:124.
    • -Al-Eisa E, Al-Aqeel S, Al-Sobayel H (2009). Governance in Higher Education: The Saudi Arabian Model. Center of Higher Education Research and Studies. Ministry of Higher Education: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    • -Al-Eisa E, Egan D, Deluzio K, & Wassersug R (2006). Effects of pelvic asymmetry on trunk kinematics during sitting: A comparison with standing. Spine; 31(5): E135-143
    • -Al-Eisa E, Egan D, Deluzio K, & Wassersug R (2006). Effects of pelvic skeletal asymmetry on trunk movement: Three-dimensional analysis in healthy individuals versus patients with mechanical low back pain. Spine; 31(3): E71-79
    • -Al-Eisa E, Egan D, & Fenety A (2004). The association between lateral pelvic tilt and asymmetry in sitting pressure distribution. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy; 12: 133-142
    • -Al-Eisa E, Egan D, & Wassersug R (2004). Fluctuating asymmetry and low back pain. Evolution and Human Behavior; 25: 31-37
    • -Al-Eisa E, Fenety A, Egan D, & Crouse J (2000). Measurement of sitting pressure under the ischium: A reliability study. In: Winters J, editor. Technology of the New Millennium. Proceedings of the RESNA 2000 Annual Conference. Arlington (VA): RESNA Press; 357-359
    • -​Egan D, & Al-Eisa E (1999). Pelvic skeletal asymmetry, postural control, and the association with low back pain: A review of the evidence. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine; 11: 299-338

     

    Ways of Contact:

    Work phone: 0118245000

    Fax: 0118220011

    P.O.: 84428 Riyadh, 11671

    Email: ealeisa@pnu.edu.sa




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