سيرتي الذاتية

Muhammad Naeem Janjua

Forensic Biochemist and Analyst

Contact details:

Lecturer, Department of Forensic Chemistry, College of Forensic Sciences

Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS)

P.O.Box-6830, Riyadh -11452

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Janjua011@gmail.com

Cell Phone: +966556681246; Office +966112463444 EXT-1661

Personal Profile:

An experienced researcher and teacher in the field of Biochemistry, Clinical Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry and laboratory analysis with skills in planning, organizing and leadership to achieve the set goals in routine practice, research and teaching. Curious to involve in research work as well as intuitive, creative and dedicated to the work assigned.

Languages:

  1. a) Fluent in English (written and spoken)
  2. b) Capable of communicating in Arabic

Computer Skills:

(i) Microsoft Office (ii) Excel (iii) Data Entry

Academic Qualifications:

M.Sc. (Biochemistry) 1980, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

B.Sc. (Biological Sciences) 1975, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

 

Field of Specialization: Biochemistry

Title of M.Sc. thesis:

Dissertation entitled “Effect of three fertilizers Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphorus on Citrus Plant (Mandarin Kinnow Plant) was submitted to the department of Biochemistry for the partial fulfillment of Master’s Degree in Biochemistry.

 

Present Position: Lecturer (Since 2008)

Department of Forensic Chemistry

College of Forensic Sciences

Naïf Arab University for Security Sciences

P.O.Box-6830, Riyadh-11452

Courses Taught:

1- Professional Diploma Courses in Forensic Chemistry:

Kaij-111 Analytical Chemistry
Kaij-112 Analytical Techniques
Kaij-212 Instrumental Analysis

2- Higher Diploma Courses in Forensic Chemistry:

Kaij-403 Chromatography Techniques
Kaij-412 Instrumental Analysis

3- M.S Courses in Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology:

FC-520 Analytical Chemistry
FC-523 Advanced Instrumental Analysis

Professional Skills:

  1. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  2. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS)
  3. UV/Visible Spectrophotometry
  4. Microwave Digestion
  5. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE)
  6. Gel Filtration
  7. Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA)

 

Present Job Description:

Preparation of Research Proposals; Designing of research Methodology; analysis and interpretation of results; conducting Laboratory Training Programs for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students; Monitoring Graduate Students Laboratory work in HPLC, Microwave digestion and atomic absorption spectrometry.

Past Academic/Research Engagements:

  1. Chemistry Teacher, Sialkot Public School – Pakistan (2004)
  2. Director, Janjua Diagnostic Laboratory (April 2005 – 2007)
  3. Research Assistant, KACST Research Project. At-20-54: Evaluation of Serum Cystatin-C as a prospective marker for the estimation of Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) in renal disease patients. Principal Investigator Jamal Saleh Al-Wakeel (April 2002 – 2004)
  4. Research & Teaching Assistant, Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1990 – 2000)
  5. Research Technician, Ministry of Health Project, “Viral Hepatitis in Saudi Children”. (P.I.Prof. Dr. Faleh Al Faleh, Department of Medicine 38, P.O.Box- 2925, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ( April 1990-October 1990).
  6. Research Technician in KACST research project “Epidemiological and Immunological studies of Brucellosis in Saudi Arabia” (P.I.: Prof. Dr. Abdul Karim Al Aska, Department of Medicine 38, P.O.Box- 2925, King Khalid University Hospital, Ar-Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.(February 1989-April 1990).
  7. Biochemist (Part-Time), Biorex Laboratories, Jail road, Lahore, Pakistan. (October 1987-October 1988).
  8. Honorary Lab. Technician, V.I.P Clinical laboratories, Services Hospital, jail road, Lahore, Pakistan. (October 1987-October 1988)
  9. Account’s Clerk, Al-Zahra Private Hospital, P.O.Box 3499, Sharjah, United Arab Emirate. (March 1982- October-1987)
  10. Assistant Biochemist, Quality Control Depart. Wyeth Laboratories Ltd., Lahore, Pakistan.(October 1980-Septeber 1981).

Title of the Research Projects Participated:

  1. . City of Ar-Riyadh Survey for Hypertension and Bio-Chemical analysis of bonafide cases. P.I.- Dr. Fahad J. Al- Shammari, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  2. . The Effect of Gases and Vapors on Civil Defense Fire Fighters in Ar-Riyadh area. P.I.- Dr. Fahad J. Al-Shammari, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  3. . Effect of Walterinessia Aegyptica Snake Venom on Kidney Tissues. P.I.- Dr. Fahad J. Al-Shammari, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia. 
  4. . Effect of Walterinessia Aegyptica Snake Venom on Heart Tissues. P.I.- Dr. Fahad J. Al-Shammari, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia. 
  5. . Comparison between the Effect of rh-GMCSF on production of Oxygen-Free Radicals by Human Neutrophils  and monocytes derived Macrophage. P.I.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  6. . Effect of rh-GMCSF on Anti-Leishmanial Activity of Human Macrophages Derived from Blood Monocytes. P.I.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  7. . Studies on Oxygen Free Radical Production by Neutrophils from Diabetic Patients. P.I.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  8. . Studies on Brucella Specific Transfer Factor. P.I.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  9. . Effect of GMCSF on Ultra Structure of Human Macrophages derived from Blood Monocytes. PI.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.
  10. . Effect of Serum from Patients with Behcet-Syndrome on Oxygen Free Radicals Production by Human Neutrophils.P.I.- Dr. Rafiq Solaiman, College of Applied Medical Sciences. P.O. Box-10219, Riyadh-11433, Saudi Arabia.

Publications:

  1. Hatem Abdel Moniem Ahmed, Muhammad Naeem Janjua, Jawaher Soliuman Mosafar Albediea. Determination of Lead and Zinc in urine in Saudi population. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology 2013, Vol. 6 (5): 82-86.
  1. شاهه بندر العتيبي , حاتم عبدالمنعم أحمد , محمد نعيم جانجوا . تقدير الكادميوم والسيلينيوم في دم المدخنين والمدخنين السلبيين وغير المدخنين بواسطة جهاز طيف الامتصاص الذري مع الفرن الجرافيتي في عينات من دم المواطنين في مدينة الرياض. في المجلة العربية لعلوم الأدلة الجنائية والطب الشرعي / جامعة نايف العربية للعلوم الأمنية / الرياض / المملكة العربية السعودية . تاريخ ورقم القبول 5/12/749 التاريخ 6/8/1435 هجريا.

Acknowledged In:

Al- Zamil F, Al-Shammari FJ, EL-Shewemi S, Solaiman R. Enhancement of leishmanicidal activity of human microphages against Leishmania major and Leishmania donovani infection using recombinant granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor. Zentralbl Bakteriol. Sep; 1996, 285 (1): 92-105.

Membership:

Full Member, Arab Society for Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine (ASFSFM), Riyadh- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

References

  1. Hatem Abdel Moniem Ahmed

Assist. Professor& Chairman

Department of Forensic Chemistry, College of Forensic Sciences

Naïf Arab University for Security Sciences

P.O.Box-6830, Riyadh-11461

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Email: hatemahmed29@yahoo.com

  1. Amjad K. Fataftah

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry

College of General Studies & Sciences

Alfaisal University, Riyadh

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

E-mail: afataftah@yahoo.com

  1. Dr. Jamal Saleh Al-Wakeel

Depart. of Medicine-38, college of medicine

King Khalid University Hospital

P.O.Box-2925, Riyadh-11461

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia