CV

C.V

 

   Name : Hamad Saleh Almakhlas Alyami

 

Nationality

 Saudi

Gender

Male

   

Date of Birth

07/12/1983

Place of Birth

Najran-Saudi Arabia

Social status

Married

College

Pharmacy

Department

Pharmaceutics

   

Position

 Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Najran University

Date of Latest degree

Ph.D. from Aston University, Birmingham (United Kingdom), June 2017.

Address    

Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Najran University, Saudi Arabia.

Degrees and Qualifications

1. Ph.D. Drug Delivery and Pharmaceutical Sciences, "developing pediatric patient centric of novel processes for the formulation of orally disintegrating tablets (ODTS)" from Aston University, Birmingham (United Kingdom), June 2017.

2.  M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, from Aston University, Birmingham (United Kingdom), September 2012.

3. B.Sc. King Khalid University, Abha Saudi Arabia, 2008.

History of academic and employment career

  1. Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutics Department, Najran University, Najran Saudi Arabia, 2017-present.

 

  1. Lecturer in Pharmaceutics Department, Najran University, Najran Saudi Arabia, 2013-2017.

 

 

  1. Assistant lecturer in Pharmaceutics Department, Najran University, Najran Saudi Arabia, 2008- 2013.

 

 Grants, and Prizes

  1. Saudi Ambassador Award of Scientific Excellence, London, 2014.
  2. Saudi Cultural Bureau Award of Scientific Excellence, London, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.

Teaching experience

  1. Carried research for developing and optimizing novel drug delivery systems, in particular for pediatric patients. 
  2. Module coordinator of Pharmacutics1and Industrial Pharmacy, teaching Physical Pharmacy
  3. Design formulation for challenging molecules
  4. Develop and optimize analytical techniques
  5. Seasonal teaching in pharmacy school including laboratory demonstration.
  6. Demonstrated the ability to communicate test results effectively with the team and evaluated quality control within laboratory using standard laboratory test and measurement controls.

 

Committees and Interests activities

  1. Good Clinical Practice Training (GCP)
  2. Completed Information Governance e-learning
  3. Academic Practice Unit Consent Training
  4. Experienced in using statistical software such as Graph pad and SPSS
  5. Experienced in using QSR NVivo software for qualitative researches
  6. Member of Controlled Release Society
  7. Member of American Association Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS) 
  8. Member of the global Aston Society.
  9. Member of Saudi club in Birmingham 2013 and 2014.
  10. Member of Organization committee for 9th Saudi Conference in Birmingham 2016
  11. Co-supervised two MPharm students and two master students.
  12. Critical thinking, time management, excellent team player.
  13. Outstanding interpersonal skills to cooperate considerately and effectively with co-workers, physicians, scientists, and other outside contacts, enjoys working in a team environment.
  14. Excellent computer skills, highly competent using Microsoft word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

   

Publication and Conferences

 

     LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Peer reviewed papers:

 

  1. Ali Al-Khattawi, Hamad Alyami, Bill Townsend, Xianghong Ma and Afzal R Mohammed (2014) Evidence-Based Nanoscopic and Molecular Framework for Excipient Functionality in Compressed Orally Disintegrating Tablets. PLOS ONE, 9(7):e101369.

 

  1. Ali Al-Khattawi, Hamad Alyami, Afzal R Mohammed (2013) A Systematic Investigation of D-Mannitol Functionality in the Development of Age Appropriate Formulations CRS newsletter, (April).
  2. Hamad Alyami, Eman Dahmash, Fahad Alyami, Dania Dahmash, Chi Huynh, David Terry and Afzal R Mohammed (2016). Dosage form preference consultation study in children and young adults: paving the way for patient-centred and patient-informed dosage form development. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy: ejhpharm-2016-001023.

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, Jasdip Koner, Eman Dahmash, James Bowen, David Terry and Afzal R Mohammed (2016). Microparticle surface layering through dry coating: impact of moisture content and process parameters on the properties of orally disintegrating tablets. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology DOI: 10.1111/jphp.12623.

 

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, et al, (2017). An investigation into the effects of excipient particle size, blending techniques and processing parameters on the homogeneity and content uniformity of a blend containing low-dose model drug. PLOS One,vol.12,no.6,e0178872.DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0178772

 

  1. Eman Dahmash., Hamad Alyami., et al, (2017) QbD as a Framework for Pharmaceutical Development: model case studies on process, material and formulation optimization. In press

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, et al, (2018). Current opinions and recommendations of pediatrics healthcare professionals – The importance of tablets: Emerging orally disintegrating versus traditional tablets. PLOS ONE 13(2):e0193292.https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193292

 

 

 

  1. Conference Proceedings:

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, et al, Multi-centre consultation study on acceptability of orally disintegrating tablets (ODTs) in paediatric and young people. UKICRS Cork, April 2014

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, et al, International acceptability study of orally disintegrating tablets (ODTs) in children and young adults. EuPFI Athena, September 2014

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, David Terry and Afzal R Mohammed. Study the effect of moisture content and dry particle coating on powder and tablets performance. CRS Edinburgh, July 2015

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, David Terry and Afzal R Mohammed. Formulation and process development of paediatric ODTs: A systematic investigation into the role of moisture content on micro/macro properties of pharmaceutical excipients. UKICRS Cardiff, April 2016

 

  1. Hamad Alyami, David Terry and Afzal R Mohammed. Effect of composite particles and moisture level on powder flow and tablets performance. UK PharmSci, Glasgow ,September 2016

 

  1. Hamad Alyami and Afzal Mohammed 7th and 9th Saudi Conferences, 2014 and 2016, Edinburgh and Birmingham UK

 

  1. Hamad Alyami and Afzal R Mohammed. Formulation, Optimization and Characterization of pre-blend excipients for pediatric patients of ODTs based on D-mannitol, starch1500 and silica. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists AAPS, San Diego ,November 2017

 

 

  1. Oral Presentations:

 

Formulation and process development of the main core for a small drug dose   of oral disintegrating tablets (ODTs): A systematic investigation into the role of Starch and pregelatinisd starch using various blending techniques. UK PharmSci, Hertfordshire, September 2014