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Former Deans

Dr. Mohamad Ghamraoui

Deanship period: 1379-1382

Education: He finished his Bachelor on 1911 and then the higher education certificate on 1914, after that he continued his education in Britain, He got a Bachelor of Science from the University of London on 1922 and an Associate's Degree from the University of Nottingham at the same year.

Professional background: Dr Algamrawi graduated in positions at the College of Pharmacy in Egypt until he reached the position as Professor of Chemistry in 1984 and he was chosen one year later as a member of the Royal Academy of Arabic Language in 1943. He continued teaching until his retirement year in 1953, after that he worked as a full-time professor until 1960. In 1960, he was invited to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where he established the first College of Pharmacy at King Saud University, and he remained as its dean for three years, then he returned to Egypt and worked as a professor at the College of Fundamentals of Religion, he lectured postgraduate students a subject (Cosmic Sunnahs of Allah) from 1968 until his death in 1971. 

 

Prof. Abdul-Aziz Abdurrahman Ahmed

Deanship period: 1382-1385

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Prof. Muhammad Amin al-Khayyal

Deanship period: 1385-1389

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Prof. Abdul Ghani bin Hamza Suleiman

Deanship period: 1389 - 1395

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Prof. Ibrahim bin Abdul Karim Al-Suweigh

Deanship period: 1395-1399 AH

Education: PhD in Pharmaceutics, specializing in Microbiology, University of Southampton, UK

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1390 AH and as its dean in 1395 AH, and then he became the dean of the College of Medical Sciences and as supervisor of the University Studies Center for Girls.

 

Prof. Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Badr

Deanship period: 1399-1402 AH

Education: PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Chelsea College - University of London - United Kingdom

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1395 AH and became a vice-dean for the college in 1396 AH and then its dean in 1399 AH. He also occupied the head of the chemistry department council position for two periods in 1398 AH and 1404 AH

 

Prof. Jabber bin Salem bin Musa

Deanship period: 1402-1405H

Education: PhD in Pharmacognosy from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1396 AH and became a vice-dean of the college in 1398 AH and then its dean in 1402 AH. He also occupied the head of pharmacology department council position in the College of Pharmacy at King Saud University in 1406 AH

 

Prof. Ibrahim bin Abdurrahman Al-Mishaal

Deanship period: 1405-1411 AH

Education: Ph.D. in Pharmacochemistry from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1399 AH and became the vice_ dean of the college in 1400 AH and then its dean in 1405 AH. After that he was appointed as a vice dean of the university in 1412 AH and then he became a representer of the Kingdom in the Gulf council of trustees in 1418 AH and a member of the Shari'ah Council in 1426 AH

 

Prof. Khalid bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Rashoud

Deanship period: 1411-1418 AH

Education: PhD in pharmaceutical chemistry from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1404 AH and became the vice-dean of the college in 1408 AH and then its dean in 1411 AH After that he was the consultant of postgraduate studies for health colleges at King Saud University in 1419 AH, and then he was appointed as a vice- dean assistant at the Ministry of Health to prepare and develop the workforce in 1429 AH

 

Prof. Mansour bin Suleiman Al-Saeed

Deanship period: 1418-1424 AH

Education: PhD in Pharmacochemistry from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as Assistant Professor in 1402.Then he became a dean of student affairs at the university in 1410 AH, and the dean of pharmacy college in 1418 AH, after that he occupied the position of the vice-dean for studies, development and follow-up in 1424 AH, Finally, he became the vice- dean of the university for postgraduate studies and scientific research in 1427 AH

 

Prof. Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Bakiri

Deanship period: 1424-1428 AH

Education: PhD in Biochemistry from Kansas University, USA

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1404 AH and became a vice-dean for the college in 1420 AH and after that as its dean in 1424 AH, then he was assigned to supervise the establishment of Al-Kharj University (Prince Sattam bin Abdul-Aziz University). He also occupied the head of the Pharmacology Department council position at the College of Pharmacy at King Saud University twice at 1410 AH and 1416 AH.

 

Prof. Youssef bin Abdu Asiri

Deanship period: 1428-1436 AH

Education: PHD of Clinical Pharmacy in Toxicology Control Sciences and Centers at University of the Pacific, California

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1419 AH and became a vice-dean for the college in 1422 AH then as its dean in 1428 AH and after that he was appointed as the university’s vice- dean of planning and development in 1436 AH. Finally, he appointed as a head of Taif University in 1441 AH

 

Dr. Husham bin Saad Al-Dajai

Deanship period: 1436-1438 AH

Education: Doctor of Clinical Pharmacology, major in side effects and drug safety from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Professional background: He was appointed at King Saud University in Riyadh as an assistant professor in 1429 AH and became the vice-dean for the college in 1430 AH and later as its dean in 1436 AH and after that he was appointed CEO of the General Authority for Food and Drug in 1438 AH.